This organic “guindilla” chili, pairs wonderfully with tomato, onion and ventresca tuna salads. Or try the Basque Country’s famous Gilda with Bahia de la Concha boquerones and Losada gordal olives.
Known as Sweety Peppers, these small, Peruvian tear-shaped peppers originated in the Peruvian Amazon, where it was brought back to the Gandules Inc. headquarters in Peru. Here, the growing and cultivation process was perfected over a period of two years. Also known as Incan Red Drops, Sweety Drops have a sugar-like sweetness and work well in salads, pizza or pastas, or even in baked goods. This is a unique type of pepper that grows in the Highlands of Peru. Its exceptional taste is both sweet and sour. The pepper seed is a combination of a cherry pepper and jalapeno pepper.
Mama Lil’s Sweet & Spicy Hungarian ‘Goathorn’ Peppers are among the Pacific Northwest’s most well-loved regional delicacies. A hint of maple syrup in the brine gives these fruity, tangy and crunchy peppers a pleasant sweetness. are among the Pacific Northwest’s most well-loved regional delicacies. A hint of maple syrup in the brine gives these fruity, tangy and crunchy peppers a pleasant sweetness.
Cannellini beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) are relatives of the kidney bean; in fact, they are sometimes called white kidney beans because they look like just that. They are also called fazolia beans and are popular in Italian cuisine. They are about a half inch long, kidney shaped, and have a tough skin. Their flavor is mildly nutty and their texture is smooth and creamy when cooked. This bean was originally cultivated in Argentina by Italian immigrants and later taken to Italy where they are now grown commercially.
These medium sized capers are hand selected from caper bushes grown in the Mediterranean. Once the capers are picked they are salt packed in jars. Because they are packed in salt and not brine they have a bright vibrant true flavor. To use this item rinse thoroughly and mix into sauces and pestos.