Porcini Mushroom Crostata

This savory Italian crostata combines the umami-rich, earthy flavors of our Porcini Mushrooms with our unique Nepitella seasoning for a delicious dish that will have the family begging for a second helping.
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Sicilian Pasta Primavera

The bountiful garden vegetables of the season inspired this Italian-American dish first created in New York City in the 1970’s. We’ve elevated this delicious dish one step further by mixing our Lemon Salt and fresh asparagus, a wild vegetable that grows in abundance on our farm, into the cream sauce for a richly satisfying meal.
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Certified B Corp: What Does It Mean?

Throughout March Bona Furtuna is celebrating B Corp Month. Alongside more than 3,700 like-minded businesses, we are sharing with you what it means to be a B Corp and what we are doing to have a positive social & environmental impact as a Certified B Corporation.

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Pasta alla Norma

Created in the eastern Sicilian city of Catania, Pasta alla Norma is quintessential Sicilian cuisine. While the recipe may vary depending on the household, the core ingredients of this classic remain the same: eggplant, basil, tomatoes and a wonderfully salty ricotta salata.
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From the Heart of Sardinia

Our Sardinian Pastas are exclusively available through Bona Furtuna. These handmade pastas are extremely labor intensive and can only be produced in limited quantities. Discover the unique braided Lorighittas, and the hand-rolled Ciccioneddos and Andarinos pastas rarely found outside the island of Sardinia.
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Feast of the Seven Fishes

Some cook seven courses; some just put seven types of seafood in a stew and call it a feast. Many families abide by their own traditions, but all Italian-Americans can agree that seafood is a part of Christmas Eve. The ancient tradition of eating fish on Christmas Eve dates back to the Roman Catholic belief to abstain from meat and dairy produc...
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