Map of Campania

Pizza and buffalo mozzarella originated in Campania, a region rich in agriculture and perpetually mild climate. Campania distributes many agricultural products, including tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, peppers, peas, figs, apricots, plums and cherries. Tourists know Campania as the home of Naples, the Roman Ruins at Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, and the Amalfi Coast. We are currently seeking additional olive oils from small artisan producers in this region.

This Fusilli Fatto Mano Lunghi is made as it has been for over 400 years. The fusillare are twisted over knitting needles making a long springy shape that characterizes this very special cut. This Fusilli Mano Lunghi is approximately 20" long.
Sweet peppers of the Sciuscillone variety, are grown on the farm, carefully cleaned and trimmed, and fried in extra virgin olive oil. Was $16.75. Best by December 2020.
In the Cilento area of the region of Campania, there is a town named Controne. In that small town, Michele Ferrante grows these heirloom beans. Controne beans are tender and thin skinned, and they cook to perfection in a shorter time than common beans.
Hand processed and hand packed anchovies, placed in olive oil with hot red chili pepper and tomatoes. Use these spicy anchovies on pizza, pasta or in a panini. Add to Caesar’s Salad and puttanesca recipes.
The chef’s choice for pizza flour, now makes this Gluten Free flour. Give it a try!
Italians use these little, aromatic, preserved fish in almost any conceivable dish. Loved in Southern Italy, in pasta and on pizza. The next best thing to fresh anchovies are these perfectly packed-in-olive-oil anchovies from Iasa.
This delicacy, branzino, is sustainably caught, gently grilled, and hand-packed with a mild olive oil to allow the fish's delicate flavor to come through. The recipe used reflects the tradition of fisherman grilling fresh-caught branzino and drenching the fillets with olive oil. Tender and elegantly flavorful, these exquisite fillets are a pantry staple. .
Gragnano in Corsa's Fusilli al Ferretto are 9-10" long twisted strands. They look as if they have been twisted around knitting needles. The shape originates in Calabria, where it is paired with spicy sauce and sausages.
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