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DeLallo Eats – Tips & Techniques

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!

TIPS & TECHNIQUES

The Scoop on Instant Espresso

What is instant espresso? Instant espresso is a rich and flavorful coffee that has been brewed and then dried into a powder. Unlike traditional ground coffee that you use in

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Olive Branch with Olives and Oil

HALT! Don’t Ruin Your EVOO!

From simple salad dressings to savory sautés, extra virgin olive oil has found its way into the hearts and recipes of chefs and at-home chefs alike. With its numerous health

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All About Orecchiette Pasta

Orecchiette originates in the sunny southern province of Puglia, Italy, where the weather is warm and the crops plentiful. This pasta’s round, concave shape led to its name, which means

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Homemade Dip Ideas

If you’re looking for a new way to use your favorite Italian ingredients, why not try mixing it up with some of our favorite dip recipes? From impressive party preparations

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All About Bruschetta

It’s not just toast. Bruschetta has been around for a long, long time. Where it started simply and humbly as toasted bread rubbed with olive oil and garlic, bruschetta has

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Olive Tapenade

Olive Spreads and Tapenades

Olive Spreads are a delicious and versatile way to use the many types of olives available at DeLallo. Although there is no single term in Italian for an olive paste,

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Baked Parmesan 101

From the cheesy baked dish to the innovative sandwich version, it’s clear everyone loves the cheesy, crispy fried goodness of Baked Parmesan recipes. We wanted to share some insights and

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Osso Buco, Milanese-Style Veal

Osso Buco alla Milanese is a cherished trademark of Milan, popular in the winter, when its rich and filling qualities are appreciated. “L’oss bus a la milanesa” as it’s called

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Canning Tomatoes for Passata

The pleasure of eating tomatoes from your own garden all year-round requires the delightfully messy and fun operation called passata, canning cooked pureed tomatoes. Once upon the time, there were

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Gelato, Italian Frozen Custard

With brightly colored, fresh fruits and an assortment of mix-ins like macadamia nuts or cocoa, gelato is an oasis on a stifling, summer day. Where the American equivalent, ice cream

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How To: Homemade Bread

Bread is said to be one of the most important, though often overlooked, components of a good, Italian meal. In this article, we take you through some of the DOs

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