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  1. Pasquale Bros. - José Lou

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Red Meat, Rich Fish, Vegetables, White Meat


    Olives from Aragon and Catalonia (Spain). Naturally prepared, the olives gradually lose their bitterness in brine, without any treatment. Thanks to its great aroma, this small fruit produces olive oil with an intense flavour. Ideal for appetizers, together with fish and in combination with a good white wine. > Learn More

  2. Pasquale Bros. - D.O.P

    Italy (Italy)

    Breads, Red Meat, Rich Fish, Vegetables, White Meat


    Would you like to know the difference between an ok tomato sauce and a truly outstanding one? The tomatoes. The Italians didn't invent the tomato, but they discovered where the best place was to grow them - the San Marzano Valley outside of Naples in Southern Italy. The DOP (Denominazione di Origine Protetta) status of these tomatoes is your guarentee of quality & origin. Will they make a difference? Absolutely. Strianese carefully picks their tomatoes at the peak of ripeness. They are whole peeled, sweet & tender. > Learn More

  3. Pasquale Bros. - Just for Cheese Can Bech

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Hard Cheese, Soft Cheese


    Smooth and creamy pairs with the pungent qualities of blue cheese. 

    The density of ripe figs, with just the right amount of sugar to avoid an overpowering sweetness, combines perfectly with blue cheeses. Added to this is the lightly roasted touch of macadamia nuts, with a smooth, moist creaminess, and finally the spicy contrast of Jamaican allspice, which, far from separating the combination of flavours, acts as a link, bringing together all these lingering tastes.

    For pairing with blue cheeses: Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Stilton, Valdeón, Cabrales, Bleu d’Auvergne.

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  4. Pasquale Bros. - Just for Cheese Can Bech

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Hard Cheese, Soft Cheese


    Fresh sauce with a crunchy texture pairs ideally with the rich aroma of washed rind cheese.

     

    To pair them with, we have created a sweet sauce that breaks up the cheese’s particular strong lactic aromas by adding black grapes, an aqueous texture and an elegantly sweet flavor, which softens the slightly offensive sensation that its skin may produce.

     

    Sliced almonds from Mallorca provide a touch of crunchiness, a tasty freshness and soften the flavor of these types of cheeses, helping the most sensitive palates to enjoy them.

     

    For pairing with washed rind cheese: Reblochon, Taleggio, Pont l'Evêque, Livarot, Maroilles, Munster, Langres...

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  5. Pasquale Bros. - Just for Cheese Can Bech

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Hard Cheese, Soft Cheese


    A perfect mixture for all types of hard paste cheeses.

    A sweet sauce reminiscent of baked apples that confidently stands up to a cured cheese without overpowering the subtle aromas of a young cheese.

    To accompany these cheeses on the palate, we have caramelized the apple in small cubed and combined these with tender pistachios from Turkey and the ethereal aroma of cinnamon from Sri Lanka.

    For pairing with hard paste cheese: Parmesano, Gruyère, Manchego, Gouda, Idiazabal, and Pecorino Romano.

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  6. Pasquale Bros. - Rioverde

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Cured Meat, Red Meat, Vegetables


    With an attractive appearance and light, mild, spicy flavour, Rioverde Green Hot Peppers enhance and brighten up numerous dishes.

     

    Ideal for accompanying soups and stews, combined with sardines in oil or giving an original touch to casseroles.

     

    The production of our Green Hot Peppers is a home-style process; the hot peppers are selected and bottled completely manually which makes them such a high-grade treat.

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  7. Pasquale Bros. - Rioverde

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Cured Meat, Red Meat, Vegetables


    Our Rioverde Picante Banderillas offer the most units per container and the best choice to indulge in "tapas" at any time.

     

    With a piece of Chilli added to the rest of the ingredients, their own characteristics and the supreme quality of them, form the perfect union for those who love slightly spicy flavors.

     

    Crafted by expert hands with years of dedication, our Banderillas Picantes have the hallmark of all our products: The confidence of a well made product.

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  8. Pasquale Bros. - Just for Cheese Can Bech

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Hard Cheese, Soft Cheese


    We searched for two textures very similar to those of vineyard peaches and apricots, subtly sweet but highly aromatic. We broke up the orange colour with the addition of Goji berries, which provide just the right touch of moisture with their Asiatic sweetness. The finishing touch is provided by the perfume of the Guatemalan cardamom, a Slow Food staple due to its incredibly powerful fragrance. For pairing with soft ripened cheeses: Brie, Camembert, Brillat-Savarin, Chaource, Saint-Marcellin. > Learn More

  9. Pasquale Bros. - Just for Cheese Can Bech

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Hard Cheese, Soft Cheese


    Can Bech has created an all-natural, non-GMO fruit based sauce made with imported spices and nuts from around the world. The Spanish raspberries are blended with rose petals and authentic Szechuan pepper to compliment fresh and soft cheeses like: Mozzarella, Ricotta, Feta, Mascarpone, Cabecou and more. Product of Spain. > Learn More

  10. Pasquale Bros. - Rioverde

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Cured Meat, Red Meat, Vegetables


    With an attractive appearance and light, mild, sweet flavour, Rioverde Green Peppers enhance and brighten up numerous dishes.

     

    Ideal for accompanying soups and stews, combined with sardines in oil or giving an original touch to casseroles.

     

    The production of our Green Hot Peppers is a home-style process; the sweet peppers are selected and bottled completely manually which makes them such a high-grade treat.

    > Learn More

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