Paul Greenberg and Gustiamo in Hake Magazine

An excerpt of Paul Greenberg’s book The Omega Principle in Hake Magazine.  It’s the part when Paul hangs out with the Gustiamo team in Cetara! Here he recounts the scene right before we went anchovy fishing together.  In Cetara, I met up with Beatrice Ughi, the woman who had promised to unlock the secrets of the…

Gustiamo in NYMag

Where did New York Magazine go to brush up on their authentic Italian olive oil knowledge? To Gustiamo of course. “Italian Olive Oils are widely used around the world, and there are a lot of them, so we asked Beatrice Ughi, founder and president of high-quality Italian food importer Gustiamo, for her recommendations.” The article talks…

Nettuno Colatura on Cook_inc.

Gustiamo’s very own Gloria recently went to visit Nettuno, the anchovy and colatura company, on the Amalfi coast. She wrote all about her experience in Cook_inc. Officina Internazionale di Cucina.  Gloria met with Giulio Giordano and she learned that “since 1950, the Giordano Family has been producing salted anchovies and colatura in their small workshop…

Gustiamo in Gambero Rosso

Have you heard about the party we threw in Torino? With our friend Alessandro Spoto? As Gambero Rosso says, it was a celebration of “Alessandro Spoto and Made in Italy in the Bronx!” “Alessandro Spoto, born and raised in Torino, with Sicilian origins, is a baker by passion. At 35 years old, he’s already a…

Gustiamo on Rachael Ray Every Day

Our founder and president, Beatrice is in the Rachael Ray Magazine serving the very best Italian food pantry advice. As the wonderful Geraldine Campbell writes, “Beatrice Ughi, a native of Naples, Italy, and the founder of the online shop Gustiamo, shares five products from Italy that are worth the splurge.” First on Beatrice’s list is Faella…

Pineapple Collaborative with Natasha Pickowicz and Pianogrillo

We are swooning over Natasha Pickowicz’s kitchen on the Pineapple Collaborative. We love her utilitarian, no-frills style. Most of all, we love her EVOO on on her pantry staples list: Pianogrillo extra virgin olive oil from Gustiamo. It’s such a flavorful and versatile oil perfect for all of Natasha’s “crunchy, raw, salty, cheesy, vegetal, super-savory”…

Luigi Manias IGTV Debut

Instagram TV couldn’t have launched at a better time. Our friend Dan Toffey (who, actually, also works at Instagram) just visited Luigi Manias in Ales, Sardegna. While harvesting cardo honey, Dan published this video on IGTV. Luigi (with no beekeeper suit), Maria Francesca (with a yellow beekeeper suit) and Dan (with a white beekeeper suit) all worked together…

Maida Artichokes in the New York Times

Ask anyone in Italy who is passionate about good sott’oli and they will say the name Maida. Francesco Vastola of Maida Farm is a THE AUTHORITY when it comes to preserving seasonal vegetables in extra virgin olive oil, just as the NYTimes! They recently published an article about Francesco’s iconic artichokes. As Florence Fabricant says,…

Caper Talk on Heritage Radio Network

This year Gustiamo was a proud sponsor of the Good Food Mercantile in Brooklyn. We were there with the caper dude, Gabriele Lasagni of La Nicchia in Pantelleria. He sat down with Kat from Heritage Radio Network to talk about his capers, caperberries, and Zibibbo grape products in the USA. Gabriele says: “I have worked with…

Nettuno Colatura on Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre Foods

Andrew Zimmern went to visit our anchovy and colatura producer for his recent episode of Bizarre Foods, Amalfi Edition (start at minute 16:26). We are so tickled to see Andrew, accompanied by Katie Parla, at Nettuno in Cetara. We have been there so many times, it’s a special place for us, right in the heart of…