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New at Salumeria Italiana

Tartufi Bianchi e Neri—white and black truffles, flown in fresh from Italy; the most prized (and costliest) Italian food product. White truffles are thinly sliced and eaten raw, usually topping preparations of fettuccine, risotto, scaloppine and fonduta. Black truffles are more...[read more]
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New at At Alba Produce

Melagrane—pomegranates--one of my favorite fall fruits. Remove the ruby-red, glassy seeds to enjoy their delicious, tangy flavor--all on their own, or sprinkled in/on almost anything to enhance flavor and garnish appearance: on salads, with meat or poultry, on soups, in ...[read more]
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New at Dairy Fresh Candies

Dried Chestnuts—castagne secche--are dried in Italy using a smoking technique which renders them a bit sweeter, a tad smoky, and less floury in texture than regular roasted chestnuts--albeit not as flavorful. They do, however, make a great shortcut in recipes where they are to ...[read more]
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