Balsamic Boulevardier

Adding a touch of sweet acidity and depth to a classic Boulevardier cocktail, traditional balsamic vinegar makes this cocktail savory and undeniably interesting. After trying this, we're ready to find more ways to add balsamic vinegar to our cocktails. 

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Italian Beef Carpaccio

Drizzled with bright olive oil and acidic-yet-sweet aged balsamic vinegar, and topped with crispy capers and sharp chives, thinly sliced beef serves as the rich canvas for this exciting yet simple beef carpaccio. Serve with a fresh frisee salad and a glass of crisp white wine for the perfect Italian lunch.
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Sweet Potato Gnocchi

Pillowy, tender and perfectly light, homemade gnocchi are as soothing to make as they are to eat. Enjoy the balance of sweet potato gnocchi combined with savory pancetta, bitter greens and deeply flavorful 12-year Aged Balsamic Vinegar from Modena.
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5 Ways to Enjoy Every Last Bite of Summer Stone Fruit

From Italy's northernmost region of Terntino-Alto Adige to its southernmost tip of Sicily, succulent stone fruits sweeten Italy from May through September. Offering the irresistibly juicy, sweet, and tart tastes of summertime, we've compiled some of our favorite ways to incorporate the Italian treat into your summer menus.
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Balsamic Macerated Cherries

Sweet, savory and complex, balsamic macerated cherries have been missing from your world for too long. Dolloped over whipped yogurt for a simple dessert or ladled over a roasted beef tenderloin for a show-stopping dinner, there's no limit to how you can enjoy this quick and beautiful combination.
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The Sunshine Pizza

One of our favorite ways to savor garden fresh produce and warm late evenings is with a pizza party. You can either lay out a spread for a make-your-own pizza or be prepared with a handful of your favorite combinations. One of our top choices this time of year is the Sunshine.
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Stone Fruit and Prosciutto Salad

Due to its mild and Mediterranean climate, Sicily's sweet and luscious stone fruits begin to ripen at the beginning of summer and are available through to the start of autumn. Draped in salty prosciutto and creamy burrata, this salad is quite simply addictive.
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