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Patè of Eggplant 180 g

Eggplant pâté, excellent to be served on croutons for delicious appetizers.
€4.50
Jam of Black Figs Jar of 200 gr

1kg jar of Sicilian Caponata. The "caponata" in ancient times indicated the company that the women gave their husbands capone fishermen, Sicilian name of Lampuga, a fish of the tuna family, sought after for its fine meats and served with the sweet and sour sauce of the caponata. But because the poor could not afford the fish, they replaced it with aubergines. The Caponata Siciliana is a...
€4.36
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Confettura di Susine 200gr

1kg jar of Sicilian Caponata. The "caponata" in ancient times indicated the company that the women gave their husbands capone fishermen, Sicilian name of Lampuga, a fish of the tuna family, sought after for its fine meats and served with the sweet and sour sauce of the caponata. But because the poor could not afford the fish, they replaced it with aubergines. The Caponata Siciliana is a...
€4.00
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Sicilian Black Bee Thistle Honey Slow Food presidium

Sicilian Black Bee Thistle Honey Slow Food presidium This Sicilian Black Bee Thistle Honey is a Slow Food presidium It is produced with over twenty years of passion by Apicoltura Emanumiele di Galati Mamertino on Nebrodi. It is a mono-floral thistle honey, made in Sicily by Api Nere Packaged in a 400 gram glass jar.
€14.00
1 Liter Almond Milk Brick

Almond Milk 1 L. Almond Milk 1L, made from Sicilian almonds, to refresh your afternoons Hottest, 100% vegetable.
€5.00
Sicilian Almond Pastries Mixed 250g  (8.81oz)

The almond marzipan pastry known as Martorana Fruit is one of the best Sicilian tipical sweet of Autumn. When autunn is upon us - usually in late October first November these sweets with their tipical strong colors and forms of tipical fruit or food of sicily appear in every Sicilian home. What is Martorana Fruit and where does buy it? This almond marzipan pastry is traditional because the...
€7.00 -25% €5.25
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Whole-Wheat Italian Pasta "Tagliatelle" 500g

Whole-Wheat Pasta "Tagliatelle" 500g This is a format that we can say, we came up with. Not because of the name but for its special feature is the very high thickness. Recommended dishes with fish and sauce.
€2.40
1kg (35.27 oz) Antique Sicilian "Timilia" durum wheat

1 kg of durum wheat Antico Siciliano Type Timilia Durum wheat flour (Triticum durum Tumminia) or black bread, the so-called wheat of the poor; every farmer had a "turn" to knead the bread; over time ostracized precisely because "poor", oblivious to an era of misery and sacrifices. It is rough on the palate, raw, "feel", does not slip away without leaving the full-bodied and satiating...
€4.23
Pesto of fresh wild fennel pesto, 190g jar

Fresh wild fennel pesto, 190 jar Chef's advice: Prepare some fillets of sardines, put in a pan a spoon of extra virgin olive oil, brown and add the fillets of sardines, some tomatoes and finally the fennel pesto. Typical Sicilian recipe of Ancient Sicily
€3.18
1kg (35.27 oz) Old Sicilian wheat flour "Perciasacchi"

1kg of ancient Sicilian durum wheat flour Type Perciasacchi PERCIASACCHI or STRAZZAVISAZZI (tear sacks) or FARRO LUNGO Durum wheat flour (Triticum durum Perciasacchi). Flour suitable for the preparation of homemade bread and savory baked products (pizza in baking pan, focaccias, savory pies), whose dough requires medium leavening times (8-12h) and good hydration (65%). Compared to...
€3.56
copy of Zucca in Agrodolce 300gr

1kg jar of Sicilian Caponata. The "caponata" in ancient times indicated the company that the women gave their husbands capone fishermen, Sicilian name of Lampuga, a fish of the tuna family, sought after for its fine meats and served with the sweet and sour sauce of the caponata. But because the poor could not afford the fish, they replaced it with aubergines. The Caponata Siciliana is a...
€5.50
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Norma Sauce  - Jar of 300 gr

1kg jar of Sicilian Caponata. The "caponata" in ancient times indicated the company that the women gave their husbands capone fishermen, Sicilian name of Lampuga, a fish of the tuna family, sought after for its fine meats and served with the sweet and sour sauce of the caponata. But because the poor could not afford the fish, they replaced it with aubergines. The Caponata Siciliana is a...
€4.60
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