Mixed Herbs for Bruschetta 100 gr. - Casale Paradiso
Casale Paradiso was born in 1984, its passion is very more ancient. The Abruzzo land is its inspiring muse. Abruzzo is a small region between sea and mountains, it contains a synthesis of the perfumes, colours and Italian tastes. Nicola Mammarella is the partner founder and actual Administrator of Society. Behind his experienced and impassioned guide, Casale Paradiso in few years has succeeded in conquering an important place in the European gastronomic panorama.
The basic presupposition of the work of Casale Paradiso is that the nature gives us everything that we need. It is not necessary to add nothing. To be able to cook tasty and healthy dishes it is enough to take what the nature offers us trying to ruin it the less possible. With first quality raw materials it is easy to have first quality products. Chemistry is not necessary, it is enough the nature.
Polenta with roe deer - gastronomic speciality on the basis of cornmeal and additions. cook for 4 minutes and the dish is ready.
For those looking for an intensely pleasurable and strongly flavoured break at any time of the day (the right time), LAVAZZA CEG is a blend with a distinctive character made of fine Arabica and Robusta coffees. A chocolaty blend with a distinct full bodied taste.
Decently spicy cut-cheese the alpine dairy Three Mountains - Dobbiaco
Italy is famous for being the country of fiery love. You can taste something of that passion by taking a bite out of our Family Happys with chili and paprika. Their fiery Mediterranean flavour will add a new culinary perspective to your life, thereby making it even more worth living.
In our native country Italy, garlic is a key ingredient in most recipes. Whether fresh or processed, it surely gives a special flavour to a dish or a snack. Our Family Happys with garlic are therefore meant as a culinary bridge between the traditional South Tyrolean food and the Mediterranean flair of the Italian cuisine
Lightly-baked, crunchy rye bread in small format. As a rule, our South Tyrolean Mini-Schüttelbrot is eaten between meals (during a so-called 'Jause' or 'Brotzeit') or rather during a light afternoon meal (the South Tyrolean 'Marende'). It makes of course a perfect accompaniment to wine and beer.