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Giolitti Deli’s Featured Cheese: Bel Paese

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019
Learn about Giolitti Deli’s featured cheese of the week: Bel Paese! Photo: www.igourmet.com/

Learn about Giolitti Deli’s featured cheese of the week: Bel Paese!

At Giolitti Deli, we have many types of cheese available for purchase. After all, the Giolitti name has been synonymous with great food since opening their first “latteria” (a shop specializing in milk, cheese, and other dairy products) in Rome in 1889! Continue reading to learn more about this week’s featured cheese Bel Paese, and visit us to purchase the cheese at $11.99/lb. (more…)

Giolitti Deli Has Your Favorite Valentine’s Day Desserts

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019
Visit Giolitti Deli for all of your favorite Valentine’s Day desserts!

Visit Giolitti Deli for all of your favorite Valentine’s Day desserts!

In preparation for Valentine’s Day, you need a special and decadent dessert for your romantic dinner. Giolitti Deli has everything you need for the holiday, as we sell many homemade desserts, as well as a delicious line of imported products from Bindi. All of the desserts are offered as single portions in the store unless pre-ordered for full cakes. Continue reading to learn more about the delicious desserts, then visit us at Giolitti Deli to pick out your favorites! (more…)

4 Interesting Facts and Customs About Italian Food

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
Check out these four interesting facts and customs about Italian food.

Check out these four interesting facts and customs about Italian food.

We are all familiar with Italian food and the delicious variety it offers, but there are a few interesting facts and customs that you may not know about! Italian cuisine is famous all over the world, and each culture has put their own spin on classic Italian dishes. Continue reading to learn about a few facts and customs about authentic Italian food. (more…)

Giolitti Deli’s Recipe Of The Week: La Ribollita (Tuscan Bean Soup)

Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Learn how to make Giolitti Deli's Ribollita- or Tuscan bean soup.

Learn how to make Giolitti Deli’s Ribollita- or Tuscan bean soup.

La Ribollita, or Tuscan bean soup, is a hearty and thick soup that originated in Tuscany. “Ribollita” means “reboiled” in English, as the soup was made as a way for people to use their leftover vegetables, bread, and beans to make a delicious and simple meal. Continue reading to learn more about La Ribollita and Giolitti Deli’s recipe to make your own Tuscan bean soup at home! (more…)

Why We Use 00 Flour For Neapolitan Pizza

Thursday, January 3rd, 2019
Learn why we use 00 flour to make our Neapolitan pizza.

Learn why we use 00 flour to make our Neapolitan pizza.

Neapolitan is a unique kind of pizza that has particular characteristics and requires special flour. At Giolitti Deli, we make our authentic Neapolitan pizza dough with 00 flour from Caputo, made in Naples, Italy. Continue reading to learn more about 00 flour, then visit Giolitti Deli to try our pizza or purchase the flour in bulk to make your own recipes at home! (more…)

Get Your Holiday Prosecco At Giolitti Deli

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018
Be sure to get your holiday prosecco at Giolitti Deli!

Be sure to get your holiday prosecco at Giolitti Deli!

A nice bottle of Prosecco should be at every holiday party, whether you are enjoying Christmas dinner with your family or toasting to the New Year with your closest friends. For all your holiday drink needs, come to Giolitti Deli! We have a large selection of wine, and are featuring Villa Jolanda’s special holiday Prosecco bottle for only $10.99 while supplies last! (more…)

Panettone and Pandoro: Classic Italian Christmas Cakes

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018
Learn about the classic Italian Christmas cakes panettone and pandoro.

Learn about the classic Italian Christmas cakes panettone and pandoro.

Italy has a variety of Christmas cakes, but Pandoro and Panettone are the most popular around the world. Unlike other cakes, they can be baked in industrial quantities and will stay fresh for long periods of time to be distributed internationally. In Italy, no Christmas meal is complete without panettone or pandoro- but many homes serve both! Continue reading to learn more about the classic Italian Christmas cakes, and stop by Giolitti Deli for all your holiday favorites! (more…)

Baccalà: The Italian Christmas Eve Tradition

Thursday, December 6th, 2018
Learn about the Italian Christmas Eve tradition baccalà!

Learn about the Italian Christmas Eve tradition baccalà!

Baccalà, or salt cod, is an appetizer or main course in Italy that is traditionally served on Christmas Eve. The codfish has been preserved in salt, and when prepared correctly, the flaky texture and intense flavor (which is never fishy) makes this dish truly unique and special. You can buy your Christmas Eve baccalà right here at Giolitti Deli’s, but don’t wait! Start thinking about placing orders soon, as we will not be stocking extra- special order only!

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Giolitti Deli Has Everything You Need For Entertaining This Holiday Season

Tuesday, November 27th, 2018
Come into Giolitti Deli for everything you need this holiday season!

Come into Giolitti Deli for everything you need this holiday season!

It’s officially the holiday season, which means you will likely be hosting and entertaining guests soon! Whether you are having family over for a small dinner or inviting all of your friends for a big party, you can get everything you need at Giolitti Deli. We have the ingredients that give a special touch to every recipe, as well as catering options for events of various sizes. Call today to place your order, or come visit us in store! (more…)

How Extra Virgin Olive Oil Is Made In Italy

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Learn how extra virgin olive oil is made in Italy.

Learn how extra virgin olive oil is made in Italy.

October to December is olive oil season in Italy, as the cool, fall weather is the perfect time to harvest olives. Italy is one of the world’s largest producers of high-quality extra virgin olive oil, as it is an essential ingredient in Italian cuisine. Continue reading to learn more about extra virgin olive oil and how it is made in Italy! (more…)