Talking Italian Imports and Spaghetti con Bottarga with Sift

If you follow us on Facebook, you know we have a big business crush on Quinciple! They just featured our Spaghetti con Bottarga recipe, as well as some of Beatrice’s thoughts from a recent chat with Kate, in their¬†Sift Magazine. “Do you ever wonder where the best chefs in the city get their Italian ingredients?…

Bottarga Oro di Cabras, the Real and Only Thing

You never stop learning! And we always say that the best answer is: I don’t know. This is what I replied to our friend Sara Jenkins, when she asked me whether it is true that some bottarga sold in America is made in Sardegna from mullets fished in Florida. So, I asked the expert, our…

Oro di Cabras, the Mullet Bottarga the Romans Would Choose!

The name Bottarga comes from the Arabic “Bottarikh” which means salted fish eggs. In fact, it is a product of ancient origins. The Mullet bottarga fished in the ponds of Cabras, in Sardegna, was loved by the Phoenicians and particularly the Romans, who used it in large quantities. Gustiamo’s Mullet Bottarga comes from the same…

Three Good Reasons to Go to Cafe’ Minerva in NYC

Matthew and David of the new cool Minerva cafe downtown not only want to learn everything about our products, they came to the warehouse to taste them, too! Here, from left: Martina, David, Matthew, Anne, Stefano and Kunle. The other day they stopped by at lunch time. We shared our leftovers of what we cooked…