In the WSJ: Spaghettoni Faella are worth the cost, even with tariffs

After weeks of criticisms and negotiations, the new round of tariffs for some European foods went fully into effect at the end of October. And the Wall Street Journal promptly asked some “specialty food purveyors around the U.S. to name the European products they flatly refuse to live without.” Along with the highly discussed Parmigiano…

Pasta al Pomodoro for Two

Pasta al Pomodoro is probably the most iconic Italian comfort food. It makes a quick meal full of goodness for every day in every season. Here at Gustiamo we cook Pasta al Pomodoro at least once a week. Here are the right proportions for Pasta al Pomodoro for two. You just need 5 ingredients and 10…

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…

Spaghetti con la Colatura

Raffaella Nettuno makes Gustiamo’s Colatura (best Colatura you ever tasted). This is her special and secret recipe for Spaghetti con la Colatura. Delicious and very easy to prepare. You just need to know how to boil water. (serves 4-6)

Pasta with Caperberries, Hake, and Sun Dried Tomatoes

Gustiamo is on a caperberry kick. We can’t stop cooking with them; we’ve been adding caperberries to just about everything lately. When our friend, Chef Silvia Barban of LaRina, heard about our caperberry obsession, she created this pasta recipe for us. For this amazing pasta dish, Chef Silvia uses sun dried tomatoes from Maida Farm and a…

Pasta e ceci alla Romana

Pasta with chickpeas is a classic. One of the reasons we love this dish is because it perfectly represents the idea of “cucina povera.” There are several variations of this pasta dish, but the Roman one is our favorite! Pasta e ceci alla Romana uses anchovies and tomato concentrate, which make it especially flavorful. Serves…

Faella Rocks Dissapore Gragnano Challenge

Dissapore is one of the most famous food blogs in Italy. We have talked about them before. Remember our incredible Corbezzolo Honey? Dissapore is famous for their taste tests. For sitting down with different Italian products and analyzing their taste and artisanship. See the best Panettone in Italy. Their latest culinary investigation was Pasta Gragnano,“la…

Pasta with Anchovies and Breadcrumbs

At Gustiamo we don’t eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches when lunchtime rolls around. When you’re in a warehouse full of Italy’s Best Foods, you can’t help but be inspired to create your own magnificent dish with these world class ingredients. Yesterday our brave intern Nick dove head first into this recipe, sent to us by…

The thick and thin of spaghetti. New product!

To say our week was full of pasta would be a huge understatement. Not only were Beatrice and Edoardo in Michigan cooking Cacio e Pepe with team Zingerman’s. Not only did Nancy and Sara Jenkins release their “The Four Seasons of Pasta” cookbook. We, at Gustiamo, received a new shape of pasta. Welcome Spaghettoni. That’s…

Spaghettini with Yellow Tomatoes & Colatura

This recipe comes from Gragnano, the Pasta capital of the world. The day Sergio, from Pastificio Faella gave it to us, we ran home to try it. This pasta is extraordinary. It is a creamy marriage of distinct ingredients. Serves 4-5