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DeLallo Eats

Welcome to DeLallo’s blog, your resource for new how-to’s and cooking tips to step by step instructions for gourmet entertaining. Don’t forget to share with us your creations using the hashtag #DeLalloEats!

DeLallo Eats

Welcome to DeLallo’s blog, your resource for new how-to’s and cooking tips to step by step instructions for gourmet entertaining. Don’t forget to share with us your creations using the hashtag #DeLalloEats!

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Lombardy, Italy

Lombardy is the fourth largest region and located along the northern border of Italy. The region’s capital of Milan is the second largest city and the largest metropolitan area in

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Trentino, Italy

Located in Italy’s northeast and home to the Dolomite Mountains, Trentino is known for its beautiful mountain views and unique and hearty cuisine. Near to the border of Austria, Trentino’s

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Veneto, Italy

A vast and picturesque region in Northeast Italy, Veneto covers an area of varied geological features, including the Dolomite Mountains to the north, the Adriatic coast to the east, the

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Puglia (Apulia), Italy

The flat, sun-soaked landscape of Puglia, Italy, is a highly productive agricultural region known for its iron-rich soil and ideal growing climate. Located in Southern Italy (as the heel of

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California Sevillano Olives

California Sevillano olives are a plump and crisp green varietal with meaty flesh and a smooth, buttery, briny bite. Thanks to texture and being easily pitted, California Sevillano olives are

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Oil-Cured (Salt-Cured) Beldi Olives

Grown in Morocco, Beldi olives are small and shriveled with a chewy texture. The fruits are often processed through salt-curing, which yields a robust, salty, and pleasantly bitter olive. Recipe:

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Manzanilla Olives

This abundant green olive originates in Sevilla, Spain. Manzanilla olives are straw-colored, plump, and meaty, and are most commonly stuffed and skewered in happy hour cocktails. Growing Region and Harvesting

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Halkidiki Olives

Black Greek olives are one of Greece’s most popular table olive varieties. These olives are known for their purple to black hue, soft meaty texture, and tart, tangy, slightly acidic

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Castelvetrano Olives

Castelvetrano olives are a Sicilian green olive famous for their green color, irresistible buttery-sweet flavor, and crisp, meaty texture. When buying this varietal, look for natural Castelvetrano olives that are

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Spanish Queen Olives

This plump, green olive is known for its large size and pimento filling. Like the Spanish Manzanilla, the Queen is a common olive that hails from the region of Sevilla.

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Bella di Cerignola

Bella di Cerignola olives, or Cerignola, are enormous Italian olives with an irresistibly mild, buttery flavor and tender bite. These mild “beauties” are recommended for the olive-eating newbies of the

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