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Fun Facts About Our Favorite Christmas Treat, Panettone

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
giolitti deli panettone

December is the time for panettone! Learn some fun facts about this classic Christmas treat.

December is the best time of year to enjoy the Italian Christmas treat panettone. This delicious mix between a loaf of bread and fruit cake is available now at Giolitti Deli for your family to enjoy this holiday season. Panettone is a large, dome-shaped bread with a light and airy texture and rich buttery taste. Traditionally, it is filled with candied fruits and raisins, but you can often find brands selling panettone with chocolate chips for an extra sweet taste. Like all traditional Italian foods, panettone has a fun and interesting history. Read on to learn a little more about your new favorite December treat.  (more…)

How To Make Rosemary Focaccia

Thursday, 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. (more…)

Muffuletta: The Bread and The Famous Sandwich

Friday, March 1st, 2019
Learn more about the muffuletta!

Learn more about the muffuletta!

As we are nearing this year’s Mardi Gras festivities, now is the perfect time to talk about the Muffuletta! The muffuletta is both a type of Sicilian bread and a popular sandwich that originated in New Orleans. At Giolitti Deli, we sell our version of the classic sandwich, made with Genoa salami, Capicola, provolone, house dressing, and homemade olive mix in the end of a scooped out Italian Tuscan loaf for $9.95. We also sell the mix itself for $8.99/lb, as well as the meats, cheese, bread needed to make your own! Continue reading to learn more about the muffuletta and its origin. (more…)