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  1. Pasquale Bros. - Kozlik's

    Canada (Canada)

    Breads, Red Meat, Rich Fish, White Meat


    Canada grows over 90% of the world's mustard and is home to the world's biggest and oldest mustard mill. Kozlik's has been hand-making mustard for over 60 years, and is recognized as the world's best.

     

    Taste and texture come together in this blend of three different types of whole mustard seed, Canadian whisky and honey. Great as a rub on pork roasts, served with foie gras as well as raw oysters. 1/5 Heat Factor

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  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. - Dantza

    Spain (Spain)

    Breads, Rich Fish, Vegetables, White Meat


    Large 470g tin of fire-roasted whole piquillo peppers. Add these to your paella toward the end of cooking or serve them beforehand as a simple tapa. All you need is some good bread alongside. > Learn More

  4. Ar De Arte

    Spain (Spain)


    True to their philosophy, Ar de Arte guarantees the Galician origin of these xoubiñas (small sardines), always starting from a fresh and selected product. The size of the sardine is essential, choosing the smallest that the law allows to fish in their rivers.

     

    The processing begins with the cleaning of the sardines using sea water, prior to a light toasting that will give it that colour and texture characteristic of their brand.

     

    Finally, they are gutted, the best pieces are selected and packed by hand one by one. Olive oil finishes a unique presentation in each can.

     

    The design of the packaging is by Galician artist Fernando Rei.

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  5. Ar De Arte

    Spain (Spain)


    Ar de Arte has reinvented the traditional scallop sauce to accompany a selection of the best zamburiña small scallops. This sauce is made from all-natural ingredients incorporated in olive oil with a careful and slow cooking

     

    Ingredients : small scallops, olive oil, tomato, onion, spices and salt.

     

    The design is based on a work by Galician artist Fernando Rei.

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  6. Ar De Arte

    Spain (Spain)


    Ar de Arte mussels comes from the Ría de Arousa, considered the area where the best mussel in the world are extracted from.

     

    It is grown in rafts, a traditional indigenous breeding system that respects the natural growth of this bivalve and allows the sustainability of its extraction.

     

    After a meticulous selection of food size and quality, fry just enough to give firmness and texture, appreciable in every bite. From this moment, the secret of their mussel, the hands of Galician women, enters the scene. They are in charge of cooking the sauce, cleaning the delicacies and packing, placing piece by piece for a presentation, simply perfect.

     

    The design is based on a work by Galician atist Fernando Rei.

     

    Ingredients: Mussels, olive oil, wine vinegar, garlic, spices and salt.

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  7. Pasquale Bros. - Ginos

    Italy (Italy)

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


    These fresh halved tomatoes are partly dried in the hot summer sun in order to become 'semi-dry'. They are then combined with oil, salt, pepper and fresh basil. > Learn More

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