An ancient sauce for a new pasta format, without giving up the classics of the end of year table.
Bardi is a synonym for top-notch confectionery, just like panettone: tall, rich in raisins and candied fruits, buttery, naturally leavened. It wouldn't be Christmas without it.
The Tedeschi family represents four centuries of history and wine tradition of Valpolicella. This red wine, with hints of fruit, is best paired with pasta dishes, white meats, roasted fish.
Bardi does not only mean top-notch panettone. Under this label we can find new specialities, such as crunchy nougat with almonds. Another star on Christmas tables.
Napolitains: or rather the birth of the chocolate. It is the 1800s, in France, a square of chocolate for coffee, from France to Turin. Naples has nothing to do with it. And today the most widespread in the world.
Penne, mezze penne, and now Pennotta: the Antico Pastificio Rosetano of the Verrigni family, always at the forefront of research and innovation, offers it from Abruzzo. Of Italian durum wheat semolina, different lengths, rhombus section.
La Dispensa di Amerigo allows you to put on the table the recipes that have made Amerigo and his three-starred restaurant famous. Traditional sauces, for example, like this one with sausage and onion for tagliatelle and risotto.
This brand well represents all the specialities of the Emilian tradition, just like the cotechino, a pork sausage stuffed in casing that is traditionally eaten on new year's eve. A dish that enriches winters table.
Lentils, rich in fibre and protein, belong to the Italian culinary tradition. To be enjoyed both is a summer salad or in a tasty winter soup
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