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This elegant extra virgin olive oil elevates a range of dishes, from mashed potatoes to T-bone and sliced rib-eye steaks, to minestrone and ribollita. It pairs beautifully with any preparation of greens, hot or cold, such as kale salad or steamed spinach or chard. The aroma is of fresh-cut grass and fresh olives. A buttery, mild, fruity beginning fills the mouth with the delicate flavors of ripe apple and artichoke, and a delightful spicy note arrives on the finish. At Tenuta di Capezzana the olives have always been picked when they are still green. The higher altitude of the Carmignano hills, which overlook the valley stretching from Pistoia to Florence, grants the oil its classic Tuscan flavor profile intense olive fruit with a peppery finish. Bottling is still done entirely by hand, four bottles at a time. Capezzana's incredible oil rarely exceeds 0.2% oleic acid, which gives the oil great longevity. Certified Organic since 2015. Pack Size: 500mlSold By: PCUnits per case: 6Storage: DryOrigin: Carmignano, TuscanyORGANIC
A unique emerald-green and powerful extra virgin olive oil, with perfumes of mown grass and artichoke, and a very intense and typically spicy flavour, naturally rich in polyphenols and fragrant aromatic substances.Pack Size: 500mlSold By: PCUnits per case: 6Storage: DryOrigin: Tuscany, Italy
The Sagra extra virgin olive oil has a delicate, balanced flavor, typical of oils which have a median of bitter and spicy always lower than that of the fruit.Ingredients: Olive variety blendPack Size: 3LSold By: PCUnits per case: 4Storage: DryOrigin: Italy
Bubu Arare are tiny (about ⅛” in diameter) baked crackers made of glutinous rice. They are traditionally sprinkled over ochazuke, a dish of hot tea or dashi poured over cooked rice. In Kyoto the dish is affectionately called bubuzuke and the tiny rice crackers became known as bubu arare. Bubu Arare give a nice crunch and wonderfully nutty flavor to any dish. Sprinkle bubu arare over soup, salad or ice cream or use them in place of panko when pan-frying chicken or fish.Pack Size: 1.1lbSold By: PCUnits per case: 20Storage: DryOrigin: Japan
Pack Size: 2.5 galSold By: PCUnits per case: 1Storage: DryOrigin: California, USA
A classic Cantonese sweet pork sausage, also known as Lap Cheong. Its the perfect addition to any of your Asian dishes. Pack Size: 13ozSold By: PCUnits per case: 40Storage: DryOrigin: USA
Guittard cocoa powder is unsweetened and used for any baking applications and decor. Not dutch processed, naturally processed. Hi Fat Natural Cocoa 22-24% Fat.
Pack Size: 50lbsSold By: BagUnits per case: 1Storage: DryOrigin: USA
Conpoy or dried scallop is a type of Cantonese dried seafood product made from the adductor muscle of scallops. The smell of conpoy is marine, pungent, and reminiscent of certain salt-cured meats.
Pack Size: 1lb [Approx Weight. Price Per Lb]Sold By: PCUnits per case: 1Storage: FrozenOrigin: China
Sakura Leaves - Pickled edible cherry leaves are pickled and dried in salt and are used in Japan for tea during celebrations such as weddings. Due to the acidity within cherry leaves. when pickled it has a sweet, tangy, and subtle flower flavor. These pickled leaves are usually used to wrap around mochi, Sakura mochi, and other Japanese type of sweets called Wagashi. However, it can also be use as an additive to bring out a nice floral flavor. Cut it into pieces and it will perfume your bread and meat dishes. Made from Japanese Sakura tree's leavesPack Size: 1lbSold By: PCUnits per case: 1Storage: RefrigeratedOrigin: Japan
A fantastic winter grain but, until recently, a bear to cook. Timeless now semi-pearls the barley, allowing for a cook time shorter by two-thirds. Try with lamb shanks or buffalo short ribs if you can find them.Pack Size: 10lbsSold By: BagUnits per case: 1Storage: DryOrigin: USAORGANIC
In Japan Shrimp Tempura is called Ebiten. Ebi means shrimp and ten means tempura. Seafood is often used as ingredients for tempura besides vegetables and among seafood, shrimp is definitely the most popular. The batter itself is light and fluffy. Pack Size: 10pcsSold By: Case OnlyUnits per case: 16Storage: FreezerOrigin: USA