Grilled artichokes in extra virgin olive oil
The artichokes grilled in extra virgin olive oil are tasty and delicious vegetables that, a few hours from the harvest, are processed with artisanal techniques and transformed into preserves
Good to taste and beautiful to look at, these natural stemmed artichokes are ideal for creating a choreographic Italian-style appetizer. You can enjoy them every day as an accompaniment to meat or fish dishes, or even open them at the right time, on the occasion of the arrival of guests or to decorate some particularly elegant dish.
This variety is called “brindisino” and is autochthon of our area.
This kind of artichokes can only be cultivated taking small
plants from an already existent plantation. The cultivation
starts in the beginning of October and the picking in the
month of March. In the first picking, artichokes are cut with
the whole stem. The fresh artichokes end their working process
within eight hours of being picked. We remove the leaves and
we turn it by hand with a small knife. Then it is lightly scalded
and is put in extra-fine-olive-oil and sunflower-oil.
These artichokes with stem are particularly nice at sight. Use
them for an elegant hors-d’oeuvre or on a pizza. If sautéed,
they can enrich a warm dish. Our grandmothers used to bring
them on table in special occasion. Try them: You will taste all
the flavor of these natural and crackling artichokes!
The "Puntarelle" are the heart of the CATALONIAN CHICORY, a typical salad of our territory. We sow in October and harvest the vegetable between January and February. Our women defoliate the plant and manually cut the "scatuni", ie the shoots.
These vegetables are a typical variety of our region, Salento. It
is very difficult to translate “cime di rapa” into English, maybe
it can be “turnip tops”.
From the marriage of love between the best Apulian red onions and the excellent Negroamaro wine, an excellent product that naturally speaks Apulian. Two extraordinary Apulian flavors ready to give the palate a moment of real pleasure.
Many tasty and crunchy artichokes in the best Apulian extra virgin olive oil and a light aroma of rosemary, ready to appear on your table, accompanying grilled, fish dishes, or as a simple and light side dish in full Apulian style.
It is oval, quite large, of a beautiful intense and shiny green. On the palate it is savory, fleshy and juicy. La Bella di Cerignola is a typical cultivar of the homonymous area; olives are not used for oil, but are table olives. Natural fermentation for six months with salt. PRODUCT WITHOUT VINEGAR
A "condifrisa" with a decidedly Mediterranean flair based on tender semi-dried tomatoes, olives, capers and other typically Apulian ingredients. The result is a creamy product that is excellent to spread or to use in the kitchen with imagination.
They are cultivated in open field in the month of May and
picked by hand in August and September. They are washed,
selected, peeled, cut in thin strips and laid to mature under
A classic protagonist of the Apulian table is the artichoke, which is traditionally harvested in March - April and which never fails on local tables. With this product we have thought of respecting its flavor and integrity, limiting ourselves to collecting it, peeling it and putting it into wedges for you in a very simple and delicate brine. A product that will win you over with its simplicity.
Soft wheat friselline with olive oil, excellent to accompany as an appetizer with pate or other products. These frizes do not need to be wet but must be nibbled, their size is about 3/4 cm
We cultivate the zucchini in open field in the month of April
and we pick them up by hand in June and July. Then they are
washed, selected, cut into slice with all the peel, salted and
desiccated on frames in the sun for 3-4 days.
The long tomatoes are cultivated in open field in our farm
in the months of April and May and they are picked by hand
in July and August. Once picked, they are washed, selected,
cut by hand, salted and laid in the sun on desiccation frames
for 4-5 days.
Voluptuous, velvety and irresistible, this cream is the cuddle that your lover of Apulian flavors was missing. Try it alone or use it as a sauce for pasta: just heat it slightly and add a spoonful of the pasta cooking water to bring all the authenticity of the most authentic Puglia to the table.