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Italian Christmas Food

Italian Christmas Food

Italian Christmas Food ‘Tis the season for great Italian Christmas food…as if you needed a holiday, right? There’s no Christmas like an Italian Christmas!

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Cooking With Rosemary

Cooking With Rosemary

Cooking With Rosemary Throughout history and literature, rosemary (rosmarino, in Italian) has been associated with a variety of qualities and virtues, and inspired a host of poetic asso

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Cooking With Hot Peppers

Cooking With Hot Peppers

Cooking With Hot Peppers One of the most beautiful colors of summer in Southern Italy is the deep red of chili peppers, strung together and hung out to dry—especially in Calabria.

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Cooking With Bay Leaves

Cooking With Bay Leaves

Cooking With Bay Leaves Sacred to Zeus in ancient Greek mythology, the laurel tree (also known as the bay laurel or the bay tree) is omnipresent in the Mediterranean region. Long before

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Cooking With Basil

Cooking With Basil

Cooking With Basil The leaves of this plant are so delightful and habit-forming, you have to marvel that it hasn’t been made illegal. Basil is undoubtedly the most loved and popul

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California Sevillano Olives

California Sevillano Olives

California Sevillano Olives         California Sevillano olives are a plump and crisp green varietal with meaty flesh and a smooth, buttery, briny bit

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Calamata Olives

Calamata Olives

Calamata Olives The Kalamata olive, branded Calamata at DeLallo, is the most well-known Greek varietal. Easy to spot on any olive bar or antipasti spread, Calamata olives are known for

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Bruschetta Vs. Crostini

Bruschetta Vs. Crostini

Bruschetta vs Crostini Bruschetta and crostini are both bread preparations used in antipasti – but what is the difference? We explain the different kinds of bread used for brusch

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