ARTICHOKE HEARTS (NO STEMS) IN WATER
Artichoke hearts cut from fresh mature artichokes, 30-40 pieces per can. Picked young and tender, all natural and savory artichokes are cleaned and cut so only the delicate heart remains. Packed in brine, these meaty artichoke hearts hold a mild taste that is ideal for cooking in pastas, pizzas or simply tossing in salads.
DEL DESTINO, BALSAMIC
Del Destino Italian vinegars reflect the very best of the traditional Balsamic Vinegars of Modena. Twice certified, these vinegars simulate the sweetness and thickness of the aged Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale. Balsamic Vinegar is now being graded and certified similar to the ways wines, cheeses and meats are graded and certified. This promotional material is to assist in the understanding of whom, why and what the regulations and criteria for certification are. Atalanta carries the One and Three Diamond Quality. Del Destino Vinegar is certified by PGI (Protected Geographical Identification) and also by Cermet (Italian Process Certification.) After the vinegar is CERTIFIED TWICE, it is then graded utilizing the Diamond System.
DEL DESTINO, CAPERBERRIES
Caper berries are the semi-green fruit of a Capparis Spinosa, the flowering bush that grows wild along the Mediterrnaean coastline, and are the prized, less intense version of the typical nonpareil caper. These juicy, pickled, grape-sized treats are wonderful with seafood and as a garnish for salads. Enjoy their delicate texture just like an olive or toss with pasta in a cream or butter sauce.
DEL DESTINO, GREEK PEPPERONCINI, SLICED
Del Destino Pepperoncini bring an authentic subtle heat with a pleasing sweetness to any dish. The tapered, crinkly exterior of these small peppers features a vibrant yellow-green color and crunchy texture
QUEEN PIMENTO STUFFED OLIVES
This queen reigns supreme! Del Destino Spanish Queen Olives are bright green spherical delights, stuffed with a remarkable red pimiento in the middle. Perfectly plump and almost juicy, these olives border on tart, with the classic saltiness that is attributed to its salt water brine. Larger than the Manzanilla olive, the Queen olive makes a striking appearance on an antipasto platter surrounded by aged cheeses and cured meats.