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Gift Box, Trattoria Italiana
Gift Box, Trattoria Italiana
Gift Box, Trattoria Italiana
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Trattoria Italiana

A trattoria's menu reads like a list of the world's favorite Italian comfort foods: minestrone, pollo alla Diavola, ragu alla bolognese and of course, pizza margherita. Dishes this beloved were made to be served family style with a decanter of house wine. Let the spices in this collection bring the hearty pleasures of Trattoria Italiana into your home.

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Tuscan Olive Oil Seasoning

Tuscany is famed for its beauty, its wine, its beef, and its olive oil. We created Tuscan olive oil seasoning to add zing to bread-dipping oil. We soon realized it's also great on croutons, mixed in with breadcrumbs for a casserole topping, or as a flavoring for mac and cheese.

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Tuscan Olive Oil Seasoning

Taylor Street Garlic & Herb Seasoning

Garlic bread is a staple at trattorias everywhere, from San Francisco's North Beach to New York s Little Italy. Laden with garlic, butter, and romano cheese, it is always a fan favorite. To make your own, slather butter or olive oil generously on Italian bread sliced lengthwise, shake on some of this seasoning, then bake.

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Taylor Street Garlic & Herb

Italian Herb Blend

De re coquinaria was one of the earliest cookbooks written, in the first century AD. Its Roman authors noted that recipes should use a heavy blend of Italian spices. To our mind, they surely meant this blend, a balanced mix of oregano, thyme, basil, marjoram and rosemary, all the herbs integral to Italian dishes both ancient and new.

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Italian Herbs Blend

Tomato Powder

No Italian cook would admit to using anything but homegrown tomatoes, but sometimes we all rely on tomatoes in other forms. Reconstituted with water, this powder makes a paste for pizzas and pasta sauces. A spoonful adds umami to soups, stews, and barbecue sauce.

To make a paste, combine equal parts tomato powder and warm water.

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Tomato Powder

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