Sweet, acidic, and jammy, tomatoes confit in Extra Virgin Olive Oil elongate the life of the sun-sweetened fruit, and make for an exceptional sauce. Serve over whipped yogurt as an appetizer, spread into your favorite sandwich, or as a side to grilled beef.
Confit cooking is a method of preservation in which items are slowly cooked in fat or oil at a very low temperature, rendering tender, caramelized morsels of richly flavored food. One of the best (and simplest) things to confit is garlic. Bringing out its sweeter, nuttier characteristics, conffiting the illustrious allium in olive oil not only delivers an abundance of caramelly garlic to use however you please, but also infuses the olive oil with garlic's spicier and fresher qualities.
Often served with a sweet Malvasia wine, one slice of rich, decadent Panettone is more than enough to satisfy your dessert craving. As a result, there are usually a few portions of leftover Panettone waiting to be devoured. We've put together some delicious solutions to get every last bite out of your holiday Panettone.
From wild foraged to farm harvested goods, the Sicily's year-round production makes it a true cornucopia of fresh, high quality produce. As a result, Sicilian food traditions and heritage are deeply rooted in the natural cycles of the island’s productivity, giving Sicilians an endless list of exceptional recipes to enjoy throughout the year. We’ve pulled some of our favorite bites together to help dip your toes into the wonderful, endless pool of Sicily’s most celebrated dishes.
Bona Furtuna has collaborated with Sandro’s Restaurant to create the delicious Carciofi alla Romana dish. Sandro Fioriti has been sharing deliciously authentic Roman trattoria food around New York City for over 30 years.
Choosing (and using) an olive oil can be unnecessarily overwhelming. It shouldn't be. Here's some easy tips on how to use premium olive oil and why a single-source EVOO like Bona Furtuna is the best choice to enhance your meals with flavor.