Not all pestos are green. Pesto comes from the Italian word Pestare, meaning to grind. In Sicily, the most famous pesto is pesto allá trapanese, from the Mediterranean town of Trapani, Sicily. Adding tomatoes and swapping pine nuts for almonds, Sicilians took the pesto alla genovese and made a dish that's uniquely their own.
A Deliciously Savory Rendition
The perfect blend
Love this blend of spices. It goes with everything!!!
Perfetto! Thanks for the feedback Jay. We love using it on our morning eggs, and some of our team swears by it with their burgers as well. Buon appetito!
Cacao E Pepe Blend
I have really enjoyed this product! Absolutely delicious!
Thank you for the positive feedback, Sandra. The best part of these spices is finding new dishes to add it to. Mangiamo!
Wonderful Italian organic birthday basket items!
I had great fun choosing a selection of your foodstuffs for my brother, an experienced cook who recently returned from a vacation in Italy! He - and his family - loved everything I bought from Bona Furtuna!
Grazie mille! We're glad everyone enjoyed the selection you gifted them- our Cacio E Pepe Blend is one of our most popular seasonings.
Every product I’ve tried from Bona Furtuna has been amazing and their cacio E Pepe Blend is no different. I use it on everything! It’s full of flavor and tastes delicious.
Thanks for feedback Vibeke! We couldn't agree more- the Cacio E Pepe Blend is great with so many different dishes. It's adds a lot of versatility to the kitchen!
Love this product. I was making potatoes and eggs, tossed some of the Cacio & Pepe on the potatoes as I sautéed them, pushed this old fave over the edge. The only bad thing is that I served this dish as an appetizer for a bbq and there were no leftovers!
We are so happy to hear you are loving our Cacio E Pepe seasoning! It is a seasoning that is good on almost anything you decide to put it on. Whenever we grill or cook anything here Cacio E Pepe is always a must! We love it!