Sun Kissed Tomatoes? You could call them half-dried! The sweet tomato flavor is concentrated, but not leathery. And, it keeps a very fresh taste. These are delightful. Add them to pizza or serve with cheese!
If Spicy is your middle name, Bomba Pugliese is for you. This spicy “pulse” or spread adds zest wherever it is spooned. Ideas? Add to a pannini, stir a spoonful in pasta sauce, or add a spoonful in a dip.
Hand trimmed artichokes are lightly grilled for this delectable vegetable treat. Great for antipasto platters and appetizers.
The product label reads "cherry tomato bruschetta", but the DeCarlo family likes to call it "sun-kissed tomato passion spread". Great on sandwiches, pizzas, bruschetta -- or stir a spoonful into soups or sauce for amazing flavor.
The Decarlo family prides themselves on organic farming in southern region of Puglia. They produce award winning olive oil direct from the estate and use their olives to produce this incredible black olive spread. Enjoy!
Hand trimmed red and yellow peppers are lightly grilled for this delectable vegetable treat. Great for sandwiches, panini, antipasto platters and appetizers.
The Silver Spoon’s Puglia offers more than 50 all‐new, authentic and easy‐to‐follow recipes from that showcase the full culinary range of one of Italy’s most distinctive regions – the heel of the boot.
Termite di Bitetto olives are a cultivar from Puglia, grown on the De Carlo family farm. These are perfect for cocktails, appetizers, pizza, focaccia, -- and for recipes with meat and fish.
Map of Puglia

Puglia (Apulia) stretches down the heel of the boot, making it a land somewhat apart from the rest of Italy. This area is often overlooked by tourists although it is steeped in ancient history. Agriculture is the most important sector, and much olive oil is produced.

Puglia produces more olive oil than any other single region but most goes into the mass-produced oils rather than the estate bottled, high quality oils we prefer.

There are some noteworthy oils from this region, though, so don't discount Puglia. The dominant olives in Pugliese oils are Coratina, Provenzale, and Ogliarola. The oils in the region around Bari, a busy port city, are fruity and light. From the area of Bitonto, the oils are closer in character to the taste of fresh olives, with a slight almond taste. We’ve worked carefully to find small, artisan producers to provide our customers with the finest olive oils of the region.

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