In today’s edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Craig LaBan (Inquirer’s Restaurant Critic) wrote about an award winning cheese Di Bruno carries from California’s Cowgirl Creamery – Red Hawk. Click here to read this article from a very well respected restaurant critic.
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Welcome to the new Di Bruno Bros. blog, “The Queso Philes”. This is a forum for us to discuss what we know best…EATING. Food is the general topic, but there is a marked emphasis on cheese and all the gastronomic delicacies associated with cheese. We know the majority of our offerings are new and exotic
In case you have been to one of our past tastings and need some help jogging your memory, our 9th Street Cheese Specialist, Hunter, has been kind of enough to dig up the pairings: Rogue – February 2006Mocha Porter – HooliganBlack Obi Soba Ale – Rogue River Smokey BlueMonk Madness Ale – Pecorno GineproShakespeare Stout
On March 2, we will be hosting this evening’s event with the help of Hunter Fike, our cheese specialists at 9th street, who will be sharing his expertise, and discussing details about the specific cheeses chosen. Also in attendance will be a representative from the brewery speaking about what makes their brews so special. There
Shake off the office doldrums and start your weekend right with some free shipping at Di Bruno’s site. Each Friday in February will be Free Shipping Friday (ground shipping only) on orders of $75 or more. Don’t miss your chance to save a bundle on shipping.
Dear Customer Service Reps, I wanted to thank y’all for your great customer service. My previous two emails were answered promptly and efficiently. We received our Di Bruno’s package from UPS about 4:15pm yesterday. My 13 yo daughter was so excited when she heard the UPS truck. I think her screeching startled the UPS driver.
Growing up I basically hated food. I was the definition of finicky, constantly picking vegetables off of my plate, or anything else for that matter that I didn’t like the looks of. I scoffed at anything that was outside the little box that I had created for myself. When I first started at Di Bruno’s
Meaty, intense aged Pecorino from the Island of Sardegna. Firm texture and intense, sharp flavor make this an ideal cheese for serving with cured meats and olives or grating on dishes with boxed pastas. On sale for only $11.99 lb!
A few friends recently got together for an olive oil tasting, with the majority of the oils coming from Di Bruno Bros. Follow this link – http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showtopic=98349&st=0to follow the discussion and results. An interesting discourse indeed!(FYI – the conversation gets much more olive oil detailed on the second page of the discussion.) – Scott