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“You may have the universe if I may have Italy" -Giuseppe Verdi

A taste of everything that makes Italy irresistible...

Mancini MaccheroniMancini Spaghetti alla Chitarra, Strianese San Marzano Tomatoes, Antica Italia Roasted Red Peppers, a bag of Taralli Snacks, Truffle salami, Castelvetrano Olives,  and a box of artisanal Cantuccini (Biscotti)

  • RECIPE INCLUDED: Chef Sergio Vitale's Pasta alla Calabrese with Italian Sausage and Red Pepper Sauce

Mancini Pasta How good can a pasta be? Well, ask a chef and a farmer… Mancini Pasta is quite simply the best pasta on earth. One taste and you’ll understand why. The Mancini family grows their own organic wheat, mills it into flour, and then produces this magnificent pasta using bronze dies, creating a rough exterior texture to which sauce can adhere. Everything about this boutique pasta is thoughtful and special—and you can taste it. Mancini will elevate your pasta game, creating rich, creamy, al dente, restaurant-quality pasta dishes. Learn more about Mancini at Trust us… you’ll love this pasta.

Strianese San Marzano Tomatoes Italy's most famous tomato, San Marzanos are the best canned tomatoes in the world, the crème de la crème, the gold standard by which all others must be judged, well worth the higher price tag. Grown in the Campania region of Italy, the San Marzano tomato is a type of plum tomato, and it's longer and thinner than the typical plum tomato, with fewer seeds. San Marzanos are famous for their balanced flavor that combines sweetness, tomatoey intensity and just the right amount of acid.

Roasted Red Peppers Sweet, earthy, smokey, and acidic, Antica Italia produces high-quality roasted red peppers without any unnecessary ingredients. Use half the jar for antipasto, sandwiches or panini and the other half of the jar to make Chef Sergio’s Pasta alla Calabrese (recipe included with this box).

Taralli Chef Sergio Vitale calls taralli “Italian pretzels” and he never takes a road trip in Italy without them! These addictive little ring-shaped snacks are crunchy olive-oil flavored crackers studded with fennel seeds and great for snacking. Italians enjoy them at aperitivo (happy hour), merenda (snack time), or any time of day. Natur Puglia adheres to the farm-to-table credo, collaborating with local farmers and millers to create delicious taralli.

Castelvetrano Olives Italy's most common snacking olive is bright green and often referred to as dolce (sweet). Grown in Castelvetrano, Sicily, they are sometimes stuffed with sausage, breaded, and deep fried as an appetizer or a snack. Castelvetrano olives have a Kermit-green hue, meaty, buttery flesh, and a mild flavor. Consider serving them with cheese and a crisp white wine, or as an addition to a dirty martini!

Olli Salumeria: Truffle with Sangiovese A mushroom aficionado's dream come true, this Tartufo (truffle) salami is traditionally saved as a treat for special occasions in Italy. Made with black truffles, this salami offers a sweet, earthy flavor.

Cantuccini with almonds These traditional almond biscotti will soon be your favorite, the best you’ve ever had. Handcrafted following the traditional method and the original recipe kept by the Santi family of Tuscany, handed down from generation to generation. Enjoy them on their own, with cappuccino… or do as the Tuscans do and dip your cantuccini in a glass of dessert wine!  (Chef Sergio even enjoys dunking them into a glass of red wine. There are no rules when something is this delicious!)

Your next trip to Italy starts here...

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