October 2nd, 2018
Learn how Giolitti Deli’s porchetta sandwich is made!
As a fine Italian market and delicatessen, Giolitti Deli always emphasizes fresh ingredients and authentic recipes and cuisine. Our made-to-order sandwiches are a huge hit with our customers, especially the porchetta sandwich. We make the porchetta at the restaurant during a two-day process- just as they make it in Italy! Continue reading to learn more about the process of how we make our delicious porchetta sandwich, then come on in to try one for yourself! Read the rest of this entry »
September 28th, 2018
Learn more about gluten-free pasta options at Giolitti Deli!
At Giolitti Deli, we have a wide range of pasta and offer some unique brands to our customers. We have regular and gluten-free options, including regular semolina pasta, imported egg pasta from Italy, brown rice, corn and quinoa pasta, corn pasta, and rice pasta. Continue reading to learn more about our delicious pasta, then come on into Giolitti’s to try some for yourself! Read the rest of this entry »
September 20th, 2018
Learn what goes into Giolitti’s award-winning Maryland vegetable crab soup!
As a restaurant based in Annapolis, MD, we are very proud of our delicious and award-winning Maryland Vegetable Crab soup! Giolitti Deli won the Maryland Seafood People’s Choice Awards a few years ago with our recipe, and have kept it on the menu by popular demand ever since. Continue reading to learn more about what goes into the crowd-favorite soup, then come by and visit Giolitti’s for a taste! Read the rest of this entry »
September 12th, 2018
Learn more about the Tuscan vendemmia.
September is the month of the Tuscan vendemmia, or the harvest of the grapes. In Tuscany, the end of August to the beginning of October is time for one of the most important activities of the year, as this harvest is the first step to producing their world-famous wine. Continue reading to learn more about the great tradition of the vendemmia! Read the rest of this entry »
September 5th, 2018
Learn about the organic practices to grow amazing heirloom tomatoes.
Tomatoes are the most commonly grown plant in home gardens- and for good reason! Not only are fresh tomatoes delicious, they also have many health benefits and essential nutrients. Organic heirloom tomatoes are rich in Vitamin C and K, protect cardiovascular health, and are high in lycopene, a kind of carotenoid that helps with the prevention of cancer. Continue reading to learn about the best organic practices to grow your own heirloom tomatoes, and be sure to stop by Giolitti’s Deli to try our tomatoes in this week’s salad special! Read the rest of this entry »
August 29th, 2018
Check out our great vegetarian and vegan options at Giolitti Deli!
As more and more people adopt the vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, it’s important for restaurants to offer a wide variety of menu items. Unfortunately, there are only a few restaurants that serve vegan food in Annapolis, but Giolitti Deli takes the extra step to provide vegan options and alternatives. Continue reading to learn more about the vegan lifestyle and the many vegan-friendly options we serve at Giolitti Deli! Read the rest of this entry »
August 23rd, 2018
Learn how to make Giolitti’s spaghetti a cacio e pepe recipe!
This week’s recipe is a classic Roman dish that is delicious, but extremely simple and quick to make on your own! To make spaghetti a cacio e pepe, or spaghetti with cheese and pepper, you will only need four ingredients- pasta, pepper, olive oil, and cheese, and about 15 minutes of your time. Read the rest of this entry »
August 17th, 2018
Check out Giolitti Deli’s perfect pesto recipe!
While you can buy decent pesto at your local grocery store, it’s always better to make it at home yourself! There’s nothing better than fresh pesto, and since basil can be found in abundance in the summer, now is the perfect time to make your own in the comfort of your home. The recipe is so easy and quick, and the options of how to enjoy pesto are endless! Check out Giolitti’s pesto recipe and a few of our suggestions of how to eat your homemade pesto. Read the rest of this entry »