Chicken Ditalini Soup

Warm up with a bowl of hearty Chicken Ditalini Soup. Made from scratch with cubes of fresh vegetables, hand-pulled chicken breast, ancient grain Ditalini noodles and slurpy chicken broth, this soup is guaranteed to soothe the soul. Start by adding all non-grain ingredients into a large stock pot and bring to a simmer. When fully cooked, remove t...
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Grilled Artichokes with Lemon Butter

Technically a flower that has not yet bloomed, the artichoke hosts and edible interior that boasts a high number of essential vitamins and minerals and make for a tender treat. But how in the world do you pick the perfect artichoke? Veer your eyes away from those whose leaves are spread apart and find those whose leaves are tightly closed and sn...
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Awards and Recognition

Bona Furtuna is incredibly honored to have received an array of prestigious international accolades for the 2018 - 2019 harvests of our 100% organic extra virgin olive oils. Handpicked from farm grown trees, our olives are immediately milled, cold extracted and bottled within 24 hours, suavely bringing the essence of Corleone, Sicily to the tabl...
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Ambassador Spotlight: Adam Sobel

Adam Sobel is a culinary connoisseur. He first discovered his love of cooking in his grandmother’s kitchen when he was 4 years old. Every week, he would join Nonna Louise Ferrara and divulge into the world of cooking science, technique and tradition. At the spry age of 16, Adam began to work in some of the best restaurants in Long Island prepar...
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Peach Panzanella Salad

Our Peach Panzanella salad is a wonderful Italian summer salad originally from Tuscany. It's a refreshingly light dish that will please the palate and your guests.
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Producer Spotlight: Feudo Montini Winery

Feudo Montini is one of the oldest recorded wineries in Sicily, passed down through three generations of family lineage. For centuries the winery belonged to the Abatellis, an aristocratic family from Aragon. In the late 1800s, the winery and vineyard were purchased by Rosario Sireci, the grandfather of the current owner, Fabio Sireci. Rosario b...
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How To Taste Olive Oil Like A Pro

Tasting olive oil is similar to tasting wine. And just like wine, olive oil has a variety of flavors and aromas. High-end extra virgin olive oil should taste like fresh herbs and fruit, with a range of profiles from delicate to complex. In contrast, low quality oil just tastes like oil. To taste olive oil, sniff to identify aromas, slurp noisil...
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