The Deli Dish

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  • Anchovy Stuffed Peppers

      Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews “Red Truffles” from Northern Italy–Powerfully good Piemontese cherry peppers stuffed with anchovies and capers These amazing anchovy stuffed peppers are, without hesitation, truly one of … Continued

  • Paesano Bread from the Bakehouse

      Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A bread from Zingerman’s Bakehouse that is great for everything! If I could only pick one Bakehouse bread to offer solace in a time of … Continued

  • In Memoriam: The Magical Honeys of Mieli Thun

      Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews The tragic loss of a culinary legend and a call to continue his tradition The Italian culinary journal Gambero Rosso wrote: “Andrea Paternoster, the innovative beekeeper … Continued

  • First bottles of Olio Nuovo at the Deli

      Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Olio Nuovo or New Harvest Olive Oils–Just in time for Hanukkah I didn’t know it when I was a kid (my grandmother fried her latkes … Continued

  • Quinta Luna Olive Oil

      Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Excellent Umbrian Elixir in a Bottle Terrific new olive oil from one of the least known provinces of Italy Although most American tourists pass it … Continued

  • Prosciutto di Parma – The Best You’ll Try!

    Prosciutto di Parma is probably one of THE most famous foods on a very long list of famously flavorful Italian ingredients. But ironically, as wonderful as it is, very few folks outside its home region will have ever tasted it at its full flavored and exceptionally fantastic best.