Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Info about, for or on Italian gourmet foods in and from Italy


Here are some links about, for or on Italian gourmet food in and from Italy:

    • EATALY EVENTI In Italian Only – Location: At various EATALY stores in Italy (Bologna, Genova, Milano, Torino, etc.) – Source: EATALY – "alti cibi"
    • Salone del Gusto – "Slow Food movement’s bi-annual Wine & Food festival" – Dates: 25 - 29 October 2012 – Location: Lingotto Fiere, Torino/Turin, Region: Piemonte (Piedmont); Province Torino (TO) – Source: as of this date - web site under construction and look at these related web sites for additional information: – In multiple languages, www.slowfood.itIn Italian Only and – In multiple languages
    • Claro's Italian Markets, Inc. – "food, family, + fun" – Locations: Locations + Hours – Source: web site – "Specializing in Imported and Domestic Fancy Italian Foods, Wines, and Delicatessen Products"
    • Corti Brothers – Location: Sacramento, California – Source: web site – "Fine Wine and Gourmet Foods Italian Grocery Store"
    • EATALY NY – Location: New York, New York – Source: web site – "We Sell What We Cook & We Cook What We Sell"
    • Italian Gourmet Market – "Fine Italian Food Delivered to your Door" – Location: "in Historic Wilmington, North Carolina" – Source: web site – "The Foods of Italy"
    • Venda Ravioli – ". . . an Italian food emporium located in the heart of Federal Hill, the "Little Italy" section of Providence, Rhode Island, where you will find everything you are looking for when it comes to gourmet pastas, fine Italian foods, olive oil, cheese, espresso, gift baskets, cookbooks, and so much more." – Location: DePasquale Plaza, Federal Hill, Providence, Rhode Island – Source: web site – "Rhode Island's Italian Grocery Store"
    • Alma Gourmet – Source: web site – "The Finest Italian Food Products Directly to Your Door!"
    • Authentic Italian Products – Source:® – "Home of Gourmet Food, Specialty"
    • Claro's Italian Markets, Inc. – "food, family, + fun" – Source: web site – "Specializing in Imported and Domestic Fancy Italian Foods, Wines, and Delicatessen Products"
    • COMPRA ONLINE (BUY ONLINE) – In Italian Only – Source: EATALY – "alti cibi"
    • DITALIA – ". . . is a online retailer and wholesale distributor of imported and Italian inspired specialty foods. We invite you to shop online for your all your favorite Italian gourmet food." – Source: web site – "THIS IS YOUR GOURMET DESTINATION FOR EVERYTHING ITALIAN."
    • GourmetFoodExpress – Source: web site – "Your Italian Grocery Store Online"
    • Gusto d'Italia – "All Italian Gourmet Food" – Source: web site – ". . . finds for you the best of italian gastronomical food and wines. Our Italian specialities are authentic and natural. Gusto d'Italia ships internationally from France !"
    • I Love Mangio – Source: web site – "ITALIAN LUXURY FOOD" – In English, Italian
    • Italia Gourmet – Source: web site – ". . . is a paradise for gastronomes who love cooking, and an online retail store for connoisseurs and gourmets who want great food products and ingredients"
    • – Source: web site – "The Finest Italian Food Gift Baskets & Gourmet Groceries"
    • Italian Gourmet Food Pantry – "All the best gourmet and artisan foods from Italy. Everything we carry that is Italian. From artisan vinegars, to estate olive oils, and delicious Italian anchovies and tuna." – Source:® – "eat simply! live well!"
    • Love Italy® – Source: web site – "Fine Italian Gourmet Food"
    • Region of origin: Italy – "GOURMET FOOD & TRAVEL: connecting the world to independent food & wine producers" – Source: gourmetKAZOO – "the culinary travel directory"
    • A Taste of Italy Foods – Source: web site – "The online gourmet food-store of A Taste of" – "Gifts of Great Taste!"
    • Venda Ravioli – "Online grocery store" – "Product Categories" – Source: web site
* = Blog entry has been updated.

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That's it for Wednesday, 21 December 2011: mercoledì, 21 dicembre 2011

Ciao, Ben

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1 comment:

Will said...

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