Crunchy pickles….zesty salsa….jewel -toned jams and jellies….the delicious results of inviting Mrs. Wages into your Kitchen. If you enjoy preserving the bountiful harvest of your own garden (or that of the local farmer's market), and serving your family and friends wholesome foods you've lovingly prepared, consider Mrs. Wages for all your home canning needs. What began as a signature pickling lime recipe, developed by Mrs. Wages herself over 50 years ago, has evolved into a full line of canning and preserving products for pickles, tomatoes, and fruit. Precision Foods appreciates the time, care and attention that goes into tending a garden and is committed to providing high quality products the home canner can rely on for "blue ribbon" results.
DeLallo Almond Stuffed Olives, 7-Ounce Jars (Pack of 6)
Feature these stuffed gourmet bites in antipasto platters, salads and sandwiches, or plop them into your favorite cocktail. DeLallo Almond-Stuffed Olives are made to impress with the delicious contrast of tart, meaty olive and sweet almond crunch.
Old South Tomolives Pickled Green Tomatoes 8 Oz Jar (6 Pack)
Manufacturer: Bryant Preserving
Brand: Old South
No, it's not an olive, but a unique pickled tomato grown from an exclusive seed. Hand-picked, cured, and finished in small batches. Tomolives make the Ultimate martini, garnish, and will liven any relish tray! Ketel One Vodka has chosen the Tomolive as the exclusive garnish for its signature "Ultimate Martini".
Cerignola is a town in the Province of Foggia in the Apulia Region of Italy which borders the Adriatic Sea. Apulia has brought us many wonderful gourmet products not the least of which is the Bella di Cerignola Olive whose production dates back several thousands of years. Although its origin is traced back to Spain, it now has become known by the name of the town, Cerignola, which gives us the greatest production.The Bella di Cerignola Olive is prepared using the Sivigliano system which is comprised of three phases. First, the characteristic bitterness inherent in the natural state of olives is removed by a series of different rinses; then the olives are covered with a saline solution which initiates a fermentation process; and lastly, they are pasteurized and packaged.The olive itself is very large, oval, and quite "meaty". It's flesh pulls easily away from the pit and lends itself to a myriad of uses. The difference between various brands is a result of the actual brine, or saline solution that each manufacturer uses. We are particularly fond of the Fratepietro recipe which has just the right balance of saltiness and sweetness.Each jar of Fratepietro Green Bella di Cerignola Olives contains a net weight 580ml. or 20.7 oz.The beauty of this olives color is shown for you to see. The dish is not provided with this purchase.