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Easy Peasy Beans.

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Easy Peasy Beans.

This week's recipe is a REALLY quick and VERY delicious dish using hearty cannellini beans cooked in our Spicy Ugly Sauce along with some fresh sage. This recipe is so easy to cook up guys, like 5 minutes quick. NO JOKE!

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Parm and Pasta in the USA!

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Parm and Pasta in the USA!

This week's recipe is a combination of two delicious dishes: Chicken Parm and Gnocchi pasta. We combined the two using our Spicy Ugly Sauce and Tomato 'Nduja because, why not? The combination of pasta, chicken, ooey-gooey cheeses and our FRESH tomato sauces all baked together create the ultimate in flavor and comfort. 

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Sicily's Tomato Pie.

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Sicily's Tomato Pie.

Sfincione is a thick Sicilian pizza, or more precisely a focaccia bread, topped with tomatoes, onions, anchovies and grated cheese, seasoned with wild oregano. Outside Italy, "Sicilian pizza" is used to describe all kinds of things, but until the 19th century, Sfincione (loosely translated as "thick sponge") was the kind of pizza usually consumed on the streets of western Sicily.

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Tomato 'Nduja aka Everything Sauce

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Tomato 'Nduja aka Everything Sauce

Most of you are well aware of our spicy vegan Tomato 'Nduja by now. You've either picked it up at our Greenmarket stands, our online shop or your local specialty food store BUT did most of you know that you can (and should be) using this amazing condiment my mom created on EVERYTHING?

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OMG, It Even Looks Greek.

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OMG, It Even Looks Greek.

In my understanding, a pastitsio should hold together more or less- like a lasagna. Using bucatini, the noodles themselves create a perfect, tangled nest. Baked and rested, you can cut into the pastitsio and the slices will hold together because of the chaos of those long strands. 

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Have You Ever made a Sartù ? 

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Have You Ever made a Sartù ? 

many rich and savory dishes require baking like the Sartù di Riso al Ragú (Neapolitan Rice Timbale)Sartù is the Italianized version of the French word sur tout meaning 'above all' a reference to the rice that covers the rich and delicious stuffing. 

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