Nancy Harmon Jenkins cooks with EVOO

Our friend Nancy Harmon Jenkins, a very talented food writer and journalist, just published an article that filled us with joy and flavorful memories. Nancy starts off with a point that is quintessential to the Italian cuisine: Like thousands of cooks all over the Mediterranean world of healthful and delicious food, you can indeed cook…

Katie Parla advocates for Small Italian Businesses

“If you can’t go to Italy, bring Italy home.” is the current motto of our very good friend Katie Parla. Food writer and Italian food culture expert, she’s an authority when it comes to exploring Italy’s regional cuisine. And now that we cannot travel to Italy, Katie’s advocating we all do our part in supporting Italian…

On CookInc.: Gustiamo becomes an essential business

If you ever gave us a call because you couldn’t wait to receive your package and wanted to know where it was, or were curious about how much salt you should add to the boiling water for your pasta, chances are you heard back from a very energetic voice with a slight Sardinian accent. That’s…

Sicilian Whole Wheat Pancakes

Our friend @saucesandwich_ came by the Gustiamo warehouse the other day and decided to treat himself to a big 5kg bag of Castelvetrano Flour from Sicily. Yes, he must really love stone milled, beyond whole wheat flour made of Sicilian ancient grains! So we weren’t surprised when he told us that he had a plan…

Handmade Tumminia Flour Busiate with Fire Roasted Red Sauce

With a fresh 5kg bag of Castelvetrano Flour in the pantry, our friend @saucesandwich_ has been blending this stone ground Sicilian flour into some of his favorite recipes. After starting with the simplest recipe for whole wheat pancakes, he stepped up his game (and showed his natural skills) with these handmade Busiate di Tumminia. No…

In Food and Wine: Tasting the Real Italy with Gustiamo

The talented writer and Gustiamo’s carissimo friend Paul Greenberg just wrote an article for the December issue of Food and Wine to tell the story of “how Beatrice Ughi became America’s most influential importer of the rarest, purest foods Italy has to offer.” Well, that’s a bold statement! We are very honored by the beautiful…

CIBO Bologna, chef Stefano

In the very city center of Bologna, under one of the iconic portico walks, there is a little corner of Gusti products. It’s CIBO – Culinary Institute of Bologna, the cooking school of our friend Chef Stefano Corvucci. Traditional techniques and excellent ingredients are Stefano’s core values: everyday he starts his cooking classes in Bologna’s…

An Epic Breadfacing: Colomba + Pistachio Spread

It’s no secret that Gustiamo loves Bread Face.  She is our favorite performance artist and we love how weird and experimental she is. You can read more about Breadface and about the time she met Luigi Biasetto here. For Easter 2019, Bread Face did an epic Colomba breadfacing. She breadfaced Biasetto Colomba topped with Colzani…

Eating My Way Through Italy, Elizabeth Minchilli’s Book

We love this book because of Elizabeth Minchilli‘s no-joke advice about how to simply eat the best food when in Italy. For instance, Elizabeth’s guide to eating pizza in Naples features our pizza-genius friend Enzo Coccia. Elizabeth says, “Enzo Coccia is often called the Professor of Pizza… [he] has led a new revolution in Naples in…

Paul Riccio & Danny Hoch Video Series

This is a Gustiamo original video series, starring  Danny Hoch, directed by Paul Riccio. We love these 4 videos because of Danny’s charisma and humor, Paul’s genius video cuts and camera angles. Basically, these videos are the personification of how we feel about the food we import from Italy. Grazie mille Danny e Paul! We are…