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Bayonne 12 Month Ham

Somewhat analogous to Prosciutto di Parma and Serrano, differing microclimates, feed, and aging processes produce similar yet distinct flavor profiles for the three. Bayonne ham is generally sweeter and less salty than its Italian and Spanish cousins

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Fried Fava Beans

Crunchy, irresistible and addictive, Spanish fava beans are fried in vegetable oil. They are perfect for snack time or midnight munchies.

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Piedras de Luna

These “moon rocks” are toasted, salted cashews that have been dipped in chocolate and dusted with cocoa powder. Piedras de Luna are deliciously salty and sweet, and are best enjoyed by the handful. Chop and top sundaes or just enjoy with a glass of cava.

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Douro Almonds – Fried and Unsalted

The Douro Valley, located in the northern part of Portugal, has a temperate climate and is sheltered from harsh winds by its surrounding mountains. The area is known for producing grapes (and its famed DOC Port wines), olives, and almonds. There is a legend surrounding the Douro almond tree. Under Moorish rule a young king, wanting to please his Nordic-born princess, ordered the...

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Divina Fig Spread, Bulk Pails

Crafted from Aegean figs, Divina Fig Spread is deeply fruity and complex with notes of caramel and honey. A standout on any menu, we love it on pizza, spread on sandwiches, whisked into a vinaigrette or baked into pastries, cakes and pies. An ideal cheese pairing, this item has endless sweet and savory applications.

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Divina Sour Cherry Spread, Bulk Pails

Divina Sour Cherry Spread has a bold, fruit-forward flavor that captures the essence of a ripe Summer cherry. Both tart and sweet, this versatile spread is a wonderful menu addition when used to sweeten a savory sandwich, as a cheese condiment, baked into pastries or spread into a yogurt parfait. For a special treat, try it in a glaze or marinade for ham, turkey or Brussels...

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Divina Marinated Kalamata Olives, Pitted

Smoky and tangy Kalamata olives marinated with red pepper strips in a piquant blend of herbs and spices.

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Mitica Migos

The Pajarero is grown in Spain, who has been cultivating figs since they were introduced during the Arabic invasion. An integral part of Spanish cuisine, the Pajarero fig is smaller and sweeter than its cousin from Turkey. Its thin, delicate skin allows the flavor of the fig to shine through. At the end of August, the Pajarero starts to fall from the tree, signaling they are ripe...

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Pica Quicos (Spicy Giant Crunchy Corn)

A nice kick of spice is added to these GMO-free giant corn kernels to create the perfect game time snack.

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Pickled Spicy Snap Peas

Crisp, zesty pickled snap peas are eye-catching and palette-pleasing. A sure-fire way to upgrade your Bloody Mary.

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