The Deli Dish

Category: Pasta/Rice

  • Champagne and Parmigiano Reggiano Risotto

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Sparkling wine and the king of cheeses come together to make one terrific meal I learned this dish probably two dozen years ago from Laura … Continued

  • Couscous and Cold-Smoked Salmon

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews An exceptionally tasty meal you can make in under 15 minutes In the new pamphlet, “A Taste of Zingerman’s Food Philosophy,” I share my belief … Continued

  • Trofie with Anchovies & Arugula

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Easy spring pasta dish to make for an evening meal When arugula starts coming in for the spring season here in southeast Michigan I try to … Continued

  • Fire Parched Wild Rice

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A Salute to Really Wild Wild Rice If you’ve never tried really wild wild rice–I mean the real thing, not the commercial replica—you’re in for a revelatory … Continued

  • A Simple and Tasty Tomato Sauce

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews You can make this tomato sauce in your own kitchen in as few as 15 minutes! When August arrives, it marks the start of the six … Continued

  • Introducing Dalla Costa

    Pastas that are Full of Flavor, but Free of Gluten  Dalla Costa is an Italian pasta maker and like the others on our shelves, committed to the traditional methods of … Continued

  • Introducing Filotea

    One of our favorite pasta makers Filotea is located in the Marche region of eastern Italy, between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. They are a small company, dedicated … Continued

  • Introducing Mancini Pastificio Agricolo

    A Pasta Maker with Thoughtful Agricultural Practices Mancini Pastificio Agricolo makes their pasta in a wood, glass, and concrete factory located in the middle of one of their wheat fields. … Continued

  • Introducing Pastificio Caponi

    An Italian Pasta Maker We Love Located in Pontedera Tuscany, Pastificio Caponi has been making handmade dried egg pasta since 1953. Committed to this tradition of manual processing, but also … Continued

  • Introducing Rustichella d’Abruzzo

    A Traditional Italian Pasta Maker Rustichella d’Abruzzo started in 1924 and remains committed to the ancient traditions of Italian pasta making–good quality semolina wheat, bronze dies, and a slow drying … Continued