The Deli Dish

  • Goat Cream Cheese from the Creamery

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Mellow, marvelous, and magically delicious The Goat Cream Cheese from the Creamery has long been a staple at our house. While it’s not technically “cream … Continued

  • Spring Green Your Pantry

    Officially, Earth Day might be April 22, but in many ways, we celebrate Earth Day every day, from championing reusable containers to our earth-friendly expansion to choosing to work with … Continued

  • Patience Gray’s Preferred Breakfast

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Fresh ricotta, plum jam, and Paesano bread Patience Gray said, “The best food writing should inspire you, either to be more adventurous, or more critical, … Continued

  • Outstanding Oregano From Greece

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A taste of the Taygetus Mountains to magically take your cooking up a couple notches The word Oregano comes from the Greek oros meaning “mountain,” and ganos, meaning … Continued

  • Introducing Daphnis and Chloe

    An incredible sustainable herb purveyor in the heart of Athens  Daphnis and Chloe, named for the hero and heroine of the eponymous ancient Greek novel by Longusl, is an incredible … Continued

  • Introducing LAFAZA

    On our shelves of spices and herbs sits an elusive, versatile little bean: vanilla! We think vanilla has gotten a bad rap of being plain, unexciting, and lackluster, especially in … Continued

  • Introducing Capriole Goat Cheese

    Capriole Goat Cheese began as an experiment. And, to be fair, the combination of going from a suburban lifestyle and a background in banking, not animal husbandry, to managing an … Continued

  • Irish Brown Soda Bread at the Bakehouse

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews The country bread of Ireland emerges from the Bakehouse ovens I love this bread, its history, and the fact that we make such a fine, … Continued