A collection of things from across the globe that complement Donostia Foods foods. Or that are just plain good.
We'll feature some unique serving suggestions that bring together our conservas and interesting flavors from near and far, and new discoveries we've enjoyed and think you will, too.
Everything listed is available in limited quantities, for a limited time. If you really, really like something. Tell us. We'll get more.
A Caponata di Melanzane from Sicily? Made following an old Cutrera Family recipe? And all you need to do is pile it atop some crispy crackers to have an appetizer in a moment? Worth having a jar or two around, for whenever that moment strikes. free shipping for orders over $65 SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If you're not satisfied with your order, simply send us an email within 30 days and we'll replace...View full product details
In the Brittany region of France, off the coast of Lorient in the northernmost waters of the Bay of Biscay, lies the small isalnd of Groix. Accessible only by ferry from Lorient, since the 19th century the inhabitants of the island have maintained a culinary tradition honoring and preserving the bounty of the sea. So yes, these crab rillettes are something to savor. All you really need to accompany such...View full product details
Garlic Scape Relish from Turtle Rock Farm. A Good Food Award-Winner. What does that mean? Glad you asked. Good Food Awards are given to "people who make food that is delicious, respectful of the environment, and connected to communities and cultural traditions." So that's nice! free shipping for orders over $65 A craft cannery in Brunswick, Maine, Turtle Rock Farm grows organic fruits and vegetables, and preserves locally grown produce at...View full product details
Pickled Fiddleheads from Turtle Rock Farm. That's right. Fiddleheads! There will be more writing here shortly. This is such a new offering we've yet to have time to contemplate appropriate and mildly entertaining copy. Soon... soon. free shipping for orders over $65 A craft cannery in Brunswick, Maine, Turtle Rock Farm grows organic fruits and vegetables, and preserves locally grown produce at peak season. Their goal is "to provide...View full product details
Tomato Chili Spreadable Fruit from Turtle Rock Farm. Jenn Legnini, chef and owner of Turtle Rock in Brunswick, Maine, states in The Times Record that she believes canning is the "highest (method) of preservation" for food, and she loves food preservation because, "first and foremost it's health, second it's agricultural economy and helping our farms, and... the fun and joy of food and the colors... to open it with your...View full product details