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“Nun Feta,” And How To Eat It

Our new favorite feta in the store has quite the story. It’s made by Greek orthodox nuns, in the city of Larissa in the mountains of the Peloponnese, in a monastery built by Saint Dominious in 1520. It’s also really good—we didn’t just buy it for the fun descriptors, believe it or not. Let’s step back a
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Find Them Here, And Nowhere Else: Di Bruno Bros. Exclusive Holiday Cheeses

Great Holiday Cheese Alert! We recently wrote about a few of our favorite late fall cheeses that were popping up in the stores, and now we’re writing again to add more to the list! These five cheeses have fairly famous names in the cheese world, but the particular versions that we have right now are some
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It’s a Pasta Party with Talluto’s!

We’re excited to offer you fresh, frozen pasta from local family-owned retailer, Talluto’s, at our Rittenhouse, Ardmore, and Franklin store locations! In 1910, the Talluto family arrived in the United States aboard the S.S. Italia. After a career as a chef, Joseph Talluto sold his family house, purchased a ravioli machine, and opened the original Talluto’s
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Cheesy Truffle Rolls Made at Home

Truffle lovers, rejoice! We have found a secret ingredient to satisfy all of your truffle cravings… Sabatino Truffle Zest. That’s correct. Truffle. Zest. It’s essentially made of superfine grated black truffles, ready to sprinkle on anything you can imagine. We’ll just let your mind run amok with visions of truffles for a moment… The uses
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A Novella on Novellos

by Leslie Uhl, CCP A lone olive hangs precariously on the lovely bend of a tree branch, silhouetted in the tragic beauty of the setting of the Italian sun. What will become of her, shrouded in a supple, meaty skin and, at the peak of her life, so very like a damsel in much distress
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