iGourmet Armed Forces Collection

igourmet.com started as a way to bring people their favorite foods from home, whether they were from Italy, France, or Argentina. But as time went on, we found a dedicated following among soldiers serving overseas in APO or FPO locations. W...e love receiving photos of our soldiers enjoying their favorite meats, cheeses, and snacks, along with knowing we are making their time in service overseas a little more comfortable. In honor of Armed Forces day, we've put together a collection of aged cheeses, meats, and accompaniments that have always proven to be a hit with our military customers. They have also proven time-and-again to be able to withstand the unpredictable shipment time that is often required to make it to APO/FPO addresses. This assortment includes: Colliers Welsh Cheddar: Collier's Welsh Cheddar brings together the finest ingredients, a heritage of cheese making and particular recipes to produce products of unmistakable quality and character. (8 oz) Beemster Classic Extra Aged Gouda: Ripened for a full 18 months to develop a nutty, caramel-like flavor. (8 oz) Kerrygold Dubliner: Dubliner is a robust, aged cow's milk cheese with a bit of a hard texture similar to a Cheddar. In one bite you can taste the diversity of flavors - from nutty to sharp to sweet. (8 oz) Chorizo by Palacios: This authentic Spanish pork salami is flavored with paprika, which also gives it a characteristic bright red color. (7.9 oz) Black Kassel Salami (Sliced): A traditional German-style salami. Whole mustard seeds give this dry salami a distinctive flavor. (4 oz) Milano Salami: Traditionally produced for centuries in Italian old-country farmhouses and villages, Milano salami is dry cured and made with pork, sea salt, and red wine. (7 oz) Hengstenberg Weisswurst Mustard: This full flavored mustard is a delicious addition to the included charcuterie. (100 ml) Carrs Half-Box: Perfect for serving with cheeses, fruit, and spreads when entertaining. (2.75 oz) Mini Toasts: Perfect for elegant canapés and delicious snacks, you will love these little toasts from Holland. (2.75 oz.) Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item you will need to add this item to your cart and then select our "Create Your Own" basket option to your cart for an additional $19.99. read more

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So many truffles you can barely see the butter! A favorite on top of steak, a delicious addition to pasta, and an ideal seasoning ...for braised, steamed or sauteed vegetables. For flavor-per-ounce, this has to be the truffle's shining moment. Let little pats melt over a fish fillet or lobster or grilled veal chops. Swirl into warmed mushrooms to make a fettuccine sauce. Brush over toast and float on top of soup. read more

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At the start of the 20th century, Luigi Lazzaris and Son founded a small pastry shop in Conegliano Veneto, Italy. After much exper...imenting, he invented a sweet, spicy delicacy by mixing sugar, quince, candied fruit, and mustard oil together. Over the past 100 years, his confection has won many prizes. Although it was originally produced for a Christmas treat, mostarda is now consumed all year round. Mostardas originated in the 17th century when farming families prepared a special flour, mustard, vinegar, candied fruit, and wine must dressing (wine must is how the recipe adopted the name mostarda) for their holiday celebrations. Modern mostarda is made from fruit, sugar and mustard oil. Our varieties include: Apricot: Ideal with cold cuts and game or on buttered toast. Pear: perfect with Parmesan and Grana Padano or any aged, robust cheese. Orange: a combination of orange varieties and pure quality mustard oil; its sweet and sour taste is a perfect partner for roast duck, chicken, game and fresh, creamy cheeses. Fig: The fig has been used over the years to embellish simple dishes or adorn aristocratic recipes. An excellent accompaniment to game, hams and fresh or slightly mature cheeses. Cherry: Made with the world famous Italian Amarena cherry. Excellent with sheep's milk cheeses or lamb. Wild Berry: Made with wild harvested berries taken from the Venetian countryside. Pairs perfectly with deli meats and goat cheeses. Varieties sold separately. read more

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The white truffle hails from Italy's Piedmont region, and has an earthy, garlicky aroma and taste. This decadent treat adds armoma...tic flavor to any menu. It will jazz up risottos, baked potates, and asparagus. read more

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Valley Produce Co. was established by passionate, renowned Australian chef, Christopher Smith. He uses many ingredients from the Y...arra Valley in Victoria, Australia which is renowned as one of Australia's most prestigious food and wine regions. The Fig and Almond, Pear and Hazelnut, and Apricot and Pistachio Fruit Pyramids are made from one pound of reduced fruit and contain no artificial colors or flavors. Unlike most other fruit pastes, VPC Pyramids are made by hand, contain 75% fruit and have no added pectin or fillers. These spreads are perfect served with blues, brie, and cheddar cheeses. Varieties sold separately. Awarded "Best Product of the Aisle" at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco 2004. read more

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These crispy baked crackers from Tuscany are made with extra virgin olive oil and other natural Italian flavors. Perfect for dippi...ng, they are a must when setting out an antipasto selection. Imported from Italy and handmade without preservatives, Crostini Crackers are the perfect complement to any cheese or spread! Available in five wonderful varieties. read more

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Cornichons are crisp, tart, pickled, baby cucumbers. Drenched in a brine of white wine vinegar, salt, pearl onions, and select spi...ces, these tangy little pickles are zesty and delicious. They are the traditional accompaniment to pates, smoked fish, and meats, as well as a necessary ingredient when serving Raclette. From the heart of Provence, these authentic French Cornichons will surely find a welcome home in your gourmet pantry. read more

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Arrope i Tallaetes is a blend of syrupy grape must and candied pumpkin. Produced throughout Spain, this molasses-like condiment wa...s actually brought by the Moors of North Africa as a way to preserve late-harvest fruits and vegetables. In ways, Arrope begins life like balsamic vinegar; grape juice, skins, and seeds are pressed into a pulp, then cooked down into a thick pulp of grape must. Unlike balsamic, Arrope isn't fermented into vinegar, but keeps its sweet, thick flavor of raisins, plums, and caramelized sugars. Then slices of pumpkin are cooked into the Arrope and mashed into a puree, adding additional sweetness and a creamy body to the jam. Arrope is an ancient preserve, used to sweeten everything from drinks to desserts. As cane sugar and beet sugar became cheap and widely available, Arrope became an increasingly rare, country condiment. Spoon Arrope over fresh chevre, Brie, or slices of young sheep's milk cheese. Try Arrope instead of honey to sweeten vinaigrettes and fruit salads. During summer, a spoonful of Arrope is surprisingly refreshing in ice water and seltzer. It's also perfect for finishing off ice cream, flans, seared foie gras, tangines of lamb, and to cut the richness of duck confit. Made only of grape must and pumpkin. No added sugar, pectin, or preservatives. read more

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Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese were inspired by a love of cheese and the pursuit of a good cheese companion. Based on a traditional ...Mediterranean recipe, meant to complement all cheeses, soft and hard. These biscuits will not overwhelm your cheese, but will enhance it and cause you to crave for more. Treat yourself and your guests to this unique combination of cheese and biscuits. All products are made from fresh natural ingredients and are baked to order for the retailer to maximize freshness. Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese; for the sake of cheese! Three varieties available: Almond Raisin: Especially good with goat cheeses, aged cheddars and blues but can be paired with almost any cheese. Hazelnut Fig: They are especially good paired with salty blue cheeses and soft sheep's milk cheeses. Pumpkin Seed with Rye: Especially good with Gruyere, stinky washed rind cheeses or bloomy rind cheeses like Camembert. Varieties sold separately. Certified Kosher Pareve by the OU. No Cholesterol, Trans Fat, or Added Salt or Fat. read more

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Thick and creamy, Bee Raw's Star Thistle honey has soft notes of cinnamon and a long, sweet finish. This honey comes from an Apiar...y in Colorado, where the wild star thistle grows wild. Native to the Mediterranean Basin, star thistle is a thorny plant that for a long time was only thought fit to be food for goats, but this honey shows that the work of bees can even make gold from a lowly weed. Bee Raw Honey offers raw, unfiltered, varietal honey for the American table. They source each honey from family-owned apiaries across the country, and each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor and aroma. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger. read more

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Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw's Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus a...nd the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish. Harvested from an Apiary in a real Florida Orange Grove, we love this bright and lively honey on Manchego and other aged sheep's cheeses. It's also perfect in tea, lemonade, or a pitcher of classic Southern sweet tea. Bee Raw Honey offers raw, unfiltered, varietal honey for the American table. They source each honey from family-owned apiaries across the country, and each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor, and aroma. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger. read more

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So many truffles you can barely see the butter! A favorite on top of steak, a delicious addition to pasta, and an ideal seasoning ...for braised, steamed or sauteed vegetables. For flavor-per-ounce, this has to be the truffle's shining moment. Let little pats melt over a fish fillet or lobster or grilled veal chops. Swirl into warmed mushrooms to make a fettuccine sauce. Brush over toast and float on top of soup. read more

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At the start of the 20th century, Luigi Lazzaris and Son founded a small pastry shop in Conegliano Veneto, Italy. After much exper...imenting, he invented a sweet, spicy delicacy by mixing sugar, quince, candied fruit, and mustard oil together. Over the past 100 years, his confection has won many prizes. Although it was originally produced for a Christmas treat, mostarda is now consumed all year round. Mostardas originated in the 17th century when farming families prepared a special flour, mustard, vinegar, candied fruit, and wine must dressing (wine must is how the recipe adopted the name mostarda) for their holiday celebrations. Modern mostarda is made from fruit, sugar and mustard oil. Our varieties include: Apricot: Ideal with cold cuts and game or on buttered toast. Pear: perfect with Parmesan and Grana Padano or any aged, robust cheese. Orange: a combination of orange varieties and pure quality mustard oil; its sweet and sour taste is a perfect partner for roast duck, chicken, game and fresh, creamy cheeses. Fig: The fig has been used over the years to embellish simple dishes or adorn aristocratic recipes. An excellent accompaniment to game, hams and fresh or slightly mature cheeses. Cherry: Made with the world famous Italian Amarena cherry. Excellent with sheep's milk cheeses or lamb. Wild Berry: Made with wild harvested berries taken from the Venetian countryside. Pairs perfectly with deli meats and goat cheeses. Varieties sold separately. read more

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The white truffle hails from Italy's Piedmont region, and has an earthy, garlicky aroma and taste. This decadent treat adds armoma...tic flavor to any menu. It will jazz up risottos, baked potates, and asparagus. read more

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Valley Produce Co. was established by passionate, renowned Australian chef, Christopher Smith. He uses many ingredients from the Y...arra Valley in Victoria, Australia which is renowned as one of Australia's most prestigious food and wine regions. The Fig and Almond, Pear and Hazelnut, and Apricot and Pistachio Fruit Pyramids are made from one pound of reduced fruit and contain no artificial colors or flavors. Unlike most other fruit pastes, VPC Pyramids are made by hand, contain 75% fruit and have no added pectin or fillers. These spreads are perfect served with blues, brie, and cheddar cheeses. Varieties sold separately. Awarded "Best Product of the Aisle" at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco 2004. read more

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These crispy baked crackers from Tuscany are made with extra virgin olive oil and other natural Italian flavors. Perfect for dippi...ng, they are a must when setting out an antipasto selection. Imported from Italy and handmade without preservatives, Crostini Crackers are the perfect complement to any cheese or spread! Available in five wonderful varieties. read more

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Cornichons are crisp, tart, pickled, baby cucumbers. Drenched in a brine of white wine vinegar, salt, pearl onions, and select spi...ces, these tangy little pickles are zesty and delicious. They are the traditional accompaniment to pates, smoked fish, and meats, as well as a necessary ingredient when serving Raclette. From the heart of Provence, these authentic French Cornichons will surely find a welcome home in your gourmet pantry. read more

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Arrope i Tallaetes is a blend of syrupy grape must and candied pumpkin. Produced throughout Spain, this molasses-like condiment wa...s actually brought by the Moors of North Africa as a way to preserve late-harvest fruits and vegetables. In ways, Arrope begins life like balsamic vinegar; grape juice, skins, and seeds are pressed into a pulp, then cooked down into a thick pulp of grape must. Unlike balsamic, Arrope isn't fermented into vinegar, but keeps its sweet, thick flavor of raisins, plums, and caramelized sugars. Then slices of pumpkin are cooked into the Arrope and mashed into a puree, adding additional sweetness and a creamy body to the jam. Arrope is an ancient preserve, used to sweeten everything from drinks to desserts. As cane sugar and beet sugar became cheap and widely available, Arrope became an increasingly rare, country condiment. Spoon Arrope over fresh chevre, Brie, or slices of young sheep's milk cheese. Try Arrope instead of honey to sweeten vinaigrettes and fruit salads. During summer, a spoonful of Arrope is surprisingly refreshing in ice water and seltzer. It's also perfect for finishing off ice cream, flans, seared foie gras, tangines of lamb, and to cut the richness of duck confit. Made only of grape must and pumpkin. No added sugar, pectin, or preservatives. read more

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Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese were inspired by a love of cheese and the pursuit of a good cheese companion. Based on a traditional ...Mediterranean recipe, meant to complement all cheeses, soft and hard. These biscuits will not overwhelm your cheese, but will enhance it and cause you to crave for more. Treat yourself and your guests to this unique combination of cheese and biscuits. All products are made from fresh natural ingredients and are baked to order for the retailer to maximize freshness. Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese; for the sake of cheese! Three varieties available: Almond Raisin: Especially good with goat cheeses, aged cheddars and blues but can be paired with almost any cheese. Hazelnut Fig: They are especially good paired with salty blue cheeses and soft sheep's milk cheeses. Pumpkin Seed with Rye: Especially good with Gruyere, stinky washed rind cheeses or bloomy rind cheeses like Camembert. Varieties sold separately. Certified Kosher Pareve by the OU. No Cholesterol, Trans Fat, or Added Salt or Fat. read more

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Thick and creamy, Bee Raw's Star Thistle honey has soft notes of cinnamon and a long, sweet finish. This honey comes from an Apiar...y in Colorado, where the wild star thistle grows wild. Native to the Mediterranean Basin, star thistle is a thorny plant that for a long time was only thought fit to be food for goats, but this honey shows that the work of bees can even make gold from a lowly weed. Bee Raw Honey offers raw, unfiltered, varietal honey for the American table. They source each honey from family-owned apiaries across the country, and each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor and aroma. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger. read more

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Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw's Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus a...nd the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish. Harvested from an Apiary in a real Florida Orange Grove, we love this bright and lively honey on Manchego and other aged sheep's cheeses. It's also perfect in tea, lemonade, or a pitcher of classic Southern sweet tea. Bee Raw Honey offers raw, unfiltered, varietal honey for the American table. They source each honey from family-owned apiaries across the country, and each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor, and aroma. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger. read more

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