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Specialty Foods

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  1. Castelvetrano Olives Quick View

    Castelvetrano Olives

    The distinct bright green hue will catch your eye first, but don't expect Cerignolas. These Sicilian olives have a meaty, buttery soft flesh and mild, briny flavor. Eminently compatible with fatty pork products like cured Crespone. Read More
  2. Mitica Varietal Honey Quick View

    Mitica Varietal Honey

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    We've come to love single varietal honeys: honeys from bees collecting the nectar of a single kind of flower, which results in hugely various flavors, textures and colors. Read More
  3. Cerignola Olives Quick View

    Cerignola Olives

    Big and green, crisp, buttery and meaty; these giants are the real deal. No artificial coloring and from Cerignola, Italy, the heel of the boot. Read More
  4. Frantoia Extra Virgin Olive Oil Quick View

    Frantoia Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    Zippy, spicy flavor that balances the rich fruitiness of this unfiltered Sicilian olive oil. Bitter greens, fish, and risotto will benefit from a drizzle of this. Read More
  5. Murray's Balsamic Vinegar Quick View

    Murray's Balsamic Vinegar

    This estate-made balsamic vinegar from Napa Valley, CA has much more flavor than many similarly priced Italians we've tried. It whips into dressings with ease, and adds pleasant bite to marinades and sauces. Aging in oak barrels ensures a smooth finish. Contains sulfites. 375ml Read More
  6. Due Vittorie Balsamic Vinegar Quick View

    Due Vittorie Balsamic Vinegar

    Let the sometimes difficult task of picking a high quality balsamic vinegar be made a little easier! This Italian offering from the famed city of Modena has a perfectly clean, sweetly acidic flavor and satisfying dense consistency. Read More
  7. Rustichella Pasta Quick View

    Rustichella Pasta

    In the little town of Pianella, Guanluigi Peduzzi still produces pasta the way his Nonno did. All his Rustichella pastas are made using heirloom varieties of wheat grown in Abruzzo and harvested during June and July. This makes a textured and hearty pasta unlike any you've ever had. Delicate and soft, with a toasty aroma, and a nutty flavor, Rustichella pastas need only some excellent olive oil and a little cheese. Read More
  8. Pizzuta Almonds Quick View

    Pizzuta Almonds

    Italy’s most prestigious almond is grown in Southeastern Sicily. Pizzuta refers to the physical shape of the almond, which is pointy and very flat. It is exceptionally fruity, almost cherry-like, with just a hint of bitterness in the finish. Read More

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