Cater Your Next Event With Giolitti Deli!

August 23rd, 2019
Cater your next event with Giolitti Deli!

Cater your next event with Giolitti Deli!

Giolitti Deli is known for our Italian market and delicious lunch and dinner options, but did you know that we also offer catering services? The Firenze Menu includes extensive catering options for your next event, including starters, salads, pasta, buffet packages, sandwich trays, entrees, desserts, and more for groups of all sizes! Continue reading to learn more about our catering menu and our delivery and set-up services. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Facts About The Favorite Italian Ingredient: Garlic

August 15th, 2019
Garlic

Garlic: you know it, you love it, and it’s an essential element in Italian cooking. Brush up on some facts about garlic with us here at Giolitti Deli!

Garlic is a key ingredient in delicious recipes associated with countless cuisines, but none quite so much as Italian foods. The unique flavor adds an interesting zing to many traditional and contemporary Italian favorites. Read on for five fascinating facts about garlic that you can use to impress your dinner guests the next time you have pasta.

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Enjoy National Sandwich Month At Giolitti Deli: Featuring The Milano Sandwich

August 7th, 2019
Enjoy National Sandwich Month at Giolitti Deli!

Enjoy National Sandwich Month at Giolitti Deli!

August is National Sandwich Month, and Giolitti Deli has a wide variety of delicious Italian sandwiches on our menu! This week, we are featuring ‘The Milano’ sandwich, which includes prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, green leaf lettuce, tomato, olive oil, and kalamata olives on our crispy Italian baguette. We offer it in a half size for $7.95 or whole for $9.95. Continue reading to learn more about The Milano, and visit Giolitti Deli to try it for yourself! Read the rest of this entry »

Giolitti Deli’s Featured Cheese Of The Week: Taleggio Cheese

August 1st, 2019
Learn about Giolitti’s Deli featured cheese of the week- Taleggio cheese! Photo via: gourmetfoodstore.com

Learn about Giolitti’s Deli featured cheese of the week- Taleggio cheese!

Taleggio is a semi-soft, smear-ripened Italian cheese that was named after the caves of Val Taleggio. It is actually one of the oldest soft cheese produced every fall and winter and is made from pasteurized cow’s milk. Continue reading to learn more about Giolitti Deli’s featured cheese of the week and what to pair with Taleggio cheese! Read the rest of this entry »

2 Italian Recipes Using Zucchini

July 25th, 2019
Check out two Italian recipes using zucchini.

Check out two Italian recipes using zucchini.

Zucchini is abundant in gardens this time of year, so it’s a good idea to have a variety of recipes that use the vegetable as the star ingredient! Zucchini is a great addition to many Italian dishes, as the key to Italian cuisine is fresh vegetables and seasonings. Continue reading for two Italian recipes that use zucchini, including a Chocolate Zucchini cake that owner Mary Giolitti makes for Giolitti Deli customers every summer! Read the rest of this entry »

How To Make Pasta Aglio Olio With Fresh Garlic From Giolitti Deli

July 17th, 2019
Learn how to make pasta aglio olio with fresh garlic from Giolitti Deli.

Learn how to make pasta aglio olio with fresh garlic from Giolitti Deli.

Giolitti Deli just got a delivery of fresh garlic from Nature’s Garlic Farm in Easton, MD, so now is the perfect time to make some delicious summer recipes with the herb! Continue reading to learn how to make pasta aglio olio and a few tips on how to roast garlic. Read the rest of this entry »

Giolitti Deli’s Featured Cheese Of The Week: Gorgonzola Cheese

July 11th, 2019
 Learn about Gorgonzola cheese from Giolitti Deli!

Learn about Gorgonzola cheese from Giolitti Deli!

At Giolitti Deli, we sell both imported dolce gorgonzola as well as bufala gorgonzola. The cheese is perfect to put on a steak just off the grill, to spread on a piece of grilled bread, or to melt with some heavy cream and toss with your favorite pasta or gnocchi! Continue reading to learn more about delicious Gorgonzola cheese.  Read the rest of this entry »

A Brief History Of Pride Month and How Giolitti Deli Supports The LGBT Movement

July 5th, 2019
Learn about a brief history of pride month and how Giolitti Deli supports the LGBT movement!

Learn about a brief history of pride month and how Giolitti Deli supports the LGBT movement!

June has come to an end, and July is an excellent time to look back on the history of the LGBT movement to understand the significance of Pride month. Giolitti Deli is proud to support the LGBT cause and coming together as a community without discrimination! Continue reading to learn more about the history of Pride month and the importance of creating an inclusive community. Read the rest of this entry »

Mamma Emma Italian Gnocchi Sold At Giolitti Deli

June 27th, 2019
Giolitti Deli has Mamma Emma’s Italian gnocchi!

Giolitti Deli has Mamma Emma’s Italian gnocchi!

Giolitti Deli has a new product on sale from the brand Mamma Emma! The fresh gnocchi is produced in Italy and is so easy to make at home- simply heat in the pan with the sauce and serve. Giolitti Deli carries the gnocchi with beetroot as well as both the regular and mini potato gnocchi. All are 14.1-ounce packages and are priced at $6.99/each. We also carry the traditional Bertagni brand of frozen gnocchi from Italy. Continue reading for more information about Mamma Emma’s gnocchi and a recipe for potato gnocchi with pesto.  Read the rest of this entry »

How To Make Rosemary Focaccia

June 20th, 2019
Learn how to make rosemary focaccia.

Learn how to make rosemary focaccia.

Focaccia is a popular Italian yeast bread that is often compared to pizza since they are both flat breads. However, unlike pizza, focaccia is more about the bread than about the toppings- although it does pair well with a variety of toppings. At Giolitti Deli, we sell amazing focaccia, but it is also fun to make your own bread at home! Continue reading to learn how to make rosemary focaccia and how to serve it. Read the rest of this entry »