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Olive FAQ

Olive FAQ

Olive FAQ Detailed answers to some of the most pressing questions you might have about the extraordinary stone fruit. How are olives made ready to eat? Why do some olives have slices in

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Italian Tomato Bruschetta

Italian Tomato Bruschetta

Italian Tomato Bruschetta You may know it as the tangy tomato topping featured on crisp gourmet toasts or crusty slices of fresh baked Italian bread, but bruschetta wears many hat

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All About The Best Olives

All About The Best Olives

All About the Best Olives An Introduction to Olives The olive has such a long and beloved history in the Mediterranean that, to an Italian, olive trees almost seem holy. From t

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Lamb, An Italian Springtime Tradition

Lamb, An Italian Springtime Tradition

Savoring a fresh, roasted lamb with a glass of local red wine in the open air, under a flowering arbor is one of the miracles of springtime in Italy. For many Italians, Easter without lamb on

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Whipped Coffee | Dalgona Coffee

Whipped Coffee | Dalgona Coffee

Whipped Coffee | Dalgona Coffee Heard of Dalgona Coffee before? Also known as “whipped coffee”, it’s making waves on social media. As more people are social distanc

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Torrone, Italian Nougat Candy

Torrone, Italian Nougat Candy

Torrone, Italian Nougat Candy Torrone is a cream-colored confection of sugar, honey and egg whites speckled with toasted, sliced almonds. While it is normally a treat eaten around th

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Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia, Italy

The island region of Sardinia offers up some of the most interesting and unique history in Italy’s already culturally diverse repertoire. From very early on, Sardinia has been a loc

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Molise, Italy

Molise, Italy

The second-smallest region in Italy, Molise was until the early 1960s considered part of the region of Abruzzo. Bordered on the east by the Adriatic Sea, Molise shares the rest of its new

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