With Donostia Foods we strive to bring a sampling of the culinary culture of Donostia-San Sebastián to kitchens across the United States. A reminder of, or introduction to, the city's home cooking, txokos (gastronomy clubs), world-renowned pintxo bars and restaurants, and the tradition of good food, friends, and family.
Selected ingredients of Basque Country and Spain for authentic pintxos and tapas, and any other dish you might conjure. Spanish conservas like the aforementioned high-quality tinned seafood and olives, along with piquillo peppers, guindilla peppers, olive oil, and more.
"Basque cooking is at its heart a cuisine of simplicity made exquisite." - Alexandra Raij, The Basque Book
Donostia Foods Cantabrian Anchovies were featured in Bon Appétit's Highly Recommend column, a "buttery and tender" taste of northern Spain. Our Bonito del Norte Tuna, Octopus in Olive Oil, and Sardines in Olive Oil were enjoyed on-air on the James Beard Award-Winner for Best Podcast, The Feed Podcast with chef Rick Bayless & food journalist Steve Dolinsky. "This stuff is super special..." said the chef. Our anchovies appeared again, this time in Food & Wine, as Cantabrian anchovies were crowned the "king of tiny fish". And Donostia Foods Manzanilla Olives also appeared in Bon Appétit Magazine, mentioned as second only to olives found in a secretive shop hidden along a tiny, secluded street in Paris. Not too shabby.