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Nuovo Ravioli and Casa di Lisio Pesto

"Fast Food" that's Great Food

Nuovo logoNuovo logoWe had great success serving Nuovo artisanal pastas at the Back Bay Cafe. The Ravioli fit in with our menu of cuisine made from well-sourced, high quality ingredients. They cook up quickly and we served them either with our own kitchen-made sauces or with a drizzle of olive oil and a grating of fine Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
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Trois Petits Cochons

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Two little piggies at workTwo little piggies at workStarted as a small charcuterie by three Frenchmen in Greenwich Village in 1975, Trois Petits Cochons (Three Little Pigs) quickly made a name among the finicky foodies of New York City. In order to reach a national market, they moved to Wilkes-Barre, PA (where the rent is probably a lot cheaper). One of the original three piggies, Alain Sinturel, still owns the company and still makes pates and mousses from all-natural, high quality ingredients.
 
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Giacomo's Italian Salami

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Giacomo's Italian Market - Greensboro, NC

A member of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Goodness Grows in NC™ program, using only NC based products and locally raised pork, beef, and chicken

Traditional coarse-chopped salami's made by hand from the finest ingredients
 
Salami Classico
Giacomo’s famous, world-renowned soppressata, the Classico offers to the discerning palate a robust flavor derived from perfect, natural fermentation. Timing and the right balance of salt and pepper provide an impressive soppressata that could rival any in Sicily.
 
Salami Milano
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Wines for Holiday Feasts - Round Two

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Feasting Whites
 
E. Guigal Côtes Du Rhône Blanc 2010 (Rhone Valley, France) Regular Price $18.25/ Feature Price $15.52
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Wines for Holiday Feasts - Round One

Holiday Wine

It's that time of year again. As I write this, the temperature is near 80 degrees with a warm breeze. Tonight, the cold front hits, bringing rain and a drop in temperatures. It's time to think about holiday feasts. In this first round of feasting wines, we bring back new vintages of old favorites, as well as a couple of newbies. Sharpen your pencil and your taste buds and start making notes on what you'll serve for Thanksgiving or Christmas or Hannukah or New Years...or what you'll take to somebody else's house as a guest. Life is too short to drink bad wine.
 
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Whites from Germany; Reds from Australia

Classy Whites from Dr. Loosen
We’ve carried the “Dr L” Riesling from Dr. Loosen for many years, and it is many customers’ “go to” white with a little sweetness. A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure to meet with Dr. Loosen’s East Coast sales rep and taste some more of their wines. Here are two that I think are a fine addition to our store.
As far as introduction to the Dr. Loosen winery, no one says it better than they do on their website:
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Some New Americans

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It is fitting that in July of every year, a month that begins with the celebration of our country’s Independence, we Feature wines of America. This year, all during the month of July, all American-made wines will be 15% Off (except the ones that already live in our “$12.00 and Under” section). I’ll be writing about American winemaking and Featuring various American wine regions and styles later in the month, but I wanted to start with a few new ones.
 
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Summer in Provence

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We’ve still got a few of our Yvon Mau Bordeaux Features left, but before we get into July, when we’ll be Featuring American wines all month, I wanted to introduce a few wines from Domaine Houchart in Provence.
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