Tucked away in the rolling hills of Tuscany, or the dry, sunny fields of Sicily, or along the banks of mountain streams in the Piedmont, we’ve discovered some of our favorite Italian foods—the ones that have been made the same way for generations but rarely leave their hometowns. This collection is a culinary journey to those hard-to-reach spots and flavors.
We pack our colorful cartoon gift box with luscious fig preserves, half a pound of Piave cheese from the Veneto, Bonajuto chocolate truffles with cacao nibs, Sicilian sun dried tomatoes with anchovies, D. Barbero's hazelnut torrone, and Leccino olives.
There's been a small change we want to let you know about.
The recipe for Italian Artisan Gift Box has changed:
We temporarily ran out of
Bonajuto 1880 Chocolate Truffles with Nibs and Leccino Olives
so we've included
65% Dark Chocolate Truffles with Hot Red Pepper and Sun Dried Sicilian Tomatoes.