Farm Bread

On sale! Voted top mail order bread in Fortune magazine.

Imagine sitting around a French farmhouse table waiting for dinner. This would be the bread the family would serve. Like French pain au levain, it's a white-wheat mix made with a sour starter. Its crust is crisp, its flavor subtle, never tiring.

The three-pound round version is great. The favorite loaf of our head baker, Frank Carollo, and Fortune Magazine, who selected it as the top mail order loaf in America. It's big, so you can quarter it and freeze what you don’t eat right away.

"This beautifully scored loaf from the famous deli in Ann Arbor bowled over our testers with its crunch and fresh taste."
Fortune Magazine

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Farm Bread



Farm Loaf $8.50
B-FRM-LOF 1.5 lb Sale $4.25
Ships 2 Business Day
Merchandise Total per AddressRate
0 to $25$12.99
$25.01 to $50$16.99
$50.01 to $75$18.99
$75.01 to $100$21.99
$100.01 to $125$26.99
$125.01 to $150$35.99
$150.01 and up25%
Farm Round $14
B-FRM-RND 3 lb
Ships 2 Business Day
Merchandise Total per AddressRate
0 to $25$12.99
$25.01 to $50$16.99
$50.01 to $75$18.99
$75.01 to $100$21.99
$100.01 to $125$26.99
$125.01 to $150$35.99
$150.01 and up25%


Bonito Tinned Tuna

On sale! Line caught in northern Spain.

This is one of the most popular foods we sell.

Here in the U.S., tinned tuna is a low-end commodity usually sold in supermarkets. In Spain it’s at the complete opposite of the culinary spectrum. Writing in the New Yorker, Lauren Collins said Spain is "perhaps the only country in the world where it is desirable to serve food that comes in a can." She meant it as a compliment—it's delicious.

Tuna in tins, especially these from the fourth-generation family firm Ortiz, is one of the jewels in Spain's culinary crown. Ortiz's fish are all line caught—not netted—hand cleaned and tinned in good olive oil. The olive oil is key. It adds flavor and makes the texture silky over time, unlike water, which tends to leach flavors from the fish.

Bonito—or albacore, as it's commonly known in America—is the most mellow and highly prized species. It gets my vote for top everyday eating tuna. It’s nearly the ultimate in convenience food. A quick turn of the lid, and you can serve it with salads, beans, appetizer platters or on its own, dressed with some top-notch olive oil, a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkling of sea salt.

If you think this all sounds like "adults only," it might be worth knowing that many of our crew's kids are hooked on this tuna. One eight year old I know keeps a case under her bed in case the pantry runs dry.

"We savored Ortiz straight from the can, like caviar."
Cooking Light

Kosher

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Bonito Tinned Tuna



Bonito Tinned Tuna $8
P-ORT 112 g tin Sale $5
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Bonito Tinned Tuna pack of 12 tins $96
P-ORT-12 Pack of twelve 112 g tins Sale $48
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Ortiz Round Tin $16
P-ORT-RND 250 g hand cut tin
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Big Ortiz Tuna $125
P-BIG-ORT 1.9 kilo (4lb) hand cut tin
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Ortiz Bonito Tuna in a jar $17
P-ORT-JAR 220 g jar
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