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With over 500 varieties grown worldwide, watermelons have come a long way from their humble beginnings. Native to Africa, the wate...rmelon was cultivated in Ancient Egypt as far back as 2400 BC. Named for its massive water content (up to 90%), watermelon remains the fruit of choice during steamy summers and its refreshing qualities are always welcome. Pickled watermelon rind has always been a uniquely southern favorite. This wonderful item is at once crunchy and moist, tart, and sweet. Pickled to perfection, Prissy's Watermelon Rinds make an unusual addition to most appetizers and salads. read more

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Wild Burgundy Snails, a timeless French delicacy, are finally available to gourmands in the United States. Their manufacturer, Hen...ri Marie, has been satisfying the most discriminating palates in France since 1938. Served in the world's finest French restaurants, these are the escargot reserved for dignitaries, movie stars, and the like. As with all gastronomic delicacies, escargots exhibit varying levels of quality. Henri Marie's snails maintain an unwavering reputation for incomparable products. Their formula is quite simple. They begin with authentic Burgundy snails (Hélix Pomatia Linne), found only in the wild in southeastern France. They are then hand-sorted by size, washed, and cooked in an aromatic bouillon according to the same ancestral standards used in 1894. There are 116 types of edible snails, and the Helix Pomatia Linne is the unanimously proclaimed champion in terms of flavor and texture. Nicknamed the "Land Lobster", it exhibits a similar texture to lobster, with an earthier flavor. These escargots are 100% natural, low-carb (Atkin's friendly), and very nutritious. This tin of "Petit" size escargot contains 48 snails. They are the perfect size for cooking into a soup or aspic. read more

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Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) started in 1975 as a small charcuterie in the heart of New York's Greenwich Villa...ge. Founders Alain Sinturel and Jean Pierre Pradié cooked and offered pâtés and other French specialties to the neighborhood gourmets. They soon received rave reviews by such notables as Craig Clairborne, Mimi Sheraton, James Beard, and others. Once word got out, they began making pâtés for other restaurants around Manhattan. By 1990, demand forced them to expand their operation. Today, they make their pâtés in their kitchen, House of Bricks, located in Wilkes Barre, PA. Les Trois Petits Cochons is recognized for its excellence as a leader in the specialty food business and industry it helped to create. They use all-natural, high quality ingredients, and craft small, handmade batches. This mousse is made with foie gras, a delicate specialty from the southwest region of France. To develop the silkiness of this mousse, Les Trois Petits Cochons' chefs blend the foie gras with grapes and Sauternes wine. Contains soy products. read more

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Wild Burgundy Snails, a timeless French delicacy, are finally available to gourmands in the United States. Their manufacturer, Hen...ri Maire, has been satisfying the most discriminating palates in France since 1938. Served in the world's finest French restaurants, these are the escargot reserved for dignitaries, movie stars, and the like. As with all gastronomic delicacies, escargots exhibit varying levels of quality. Henri Marie's snails maintain an unwavering reputation for incomparable products. Their formula is quite simple. They begin with authentic Burgundy snails (Hélix Pomatia Linne), found only in the wild in southeastern France. They are then hand-sorted by size, washed, and cooked in an aromatic bouillon according to the same ancestral standards used in 1894. There are 116 types of edible snails, and the Helix Pomatia Linne is the unanimously proclaimed champion in terms of flavor and texture. Nicknamed the "Land Lobster", it exhibits a similar texture to lobster, with an earthier flavor. These escargots are 100% natural, low-carb (Atkin's friendly), and have very high nutritive levels. This tin of "Extra Large" escargot contains 36 snails. They are the perfect size for serving as an hors d'oeuvre. These are our largest wild Escargot and the best choice for stuffing in shells. read more

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Coppa is a famous Italian sandwich meat, characterized by its tenderness and very special flavor. Beretta's Coppa is made from fir...st choice pork shoulder, then salted, flavored and dry-cured for at least six months under the strict control of the Beretta quality gurus. Coppa is frequently used as an ingredient in omelettes and is a great addition to the antipasto plate as well. Available hot or sweet. read more

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This Moulard duck leg is seasoned and slowly cooked in duck fat. Enjoy cold or heated up - just reheat on the grill or in the oven.... Very flavorful, it is perfect as a centerpiece to an hors d'oeuvre presentation or as part of a main course. Great for Cassoulet. Package contains one leg. read more

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This rich, flavorful, French-style duck salami has an excellent balance of seasoning and flavor as well as a pleasant moist textur...e. The duck meat is blended with fresh garlic, sea salt, and black peppercorn in an all-natural pork casing, cured 45 days and then hand-tied. Tote some along on your picnic, slice one up as a fancy snack, or use as part of an antipasto platter. read more

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This new Savini product is a must try! Figs are such a versatile fruit that add amazing taste and texture to many dishes, but in c...ombination with the truffle honey your taste buds will explode in excitement. The Savini family, from Tuscany, have been producers of Truffle products of the utmost quality for over four generations. Though there are over 650 gatherers in the heart of Tuscany, the Savini family will individually select each truffle for the production of their products. From the winter white truffle, "Bianchetto," to the summer black truffle, "Scorzone," every season is represented by the range of truffle products and packaged fresh to order. read more

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Asier cucumbers are large, sliced cucumbers that have been peeled, seeded, and pickled in a sweet brine with mustard seeds and pep...percorns. These pickles are a specialty of Germany, Denmark, and parts of Scandinavia. Use them in summer salads, potato salad, on top of hot dogs, or just as a crunchy snack. Product of Germany. read more

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Tortuga's Caribbean-spicy "Hot as Hell" sauce adds a unique enhancement to any meal or snack! Try it as a relish on hot dogs, hamb...urgers, sandwiches, or in dips. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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Mangoes and Tamarinds are blended with Ginger and Caribbean Scotch Bonnet Pepper to create a truly exquisite stir fry sauce for se...afood, poultry and vegetables. It tastes as good as it sounds. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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This traditional recipe brings together both heat and flavor. The fiery Caribbean Scotch Bonnet Pepper is enhanced by the addition... of spices to bring you a condiment beyond compare. Spicy and tangy! Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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Fiery Caribbean Peppers are married to the tropical Carambola fruit, producing a tangy-sweet flavor. Use as a condiment to bring s...weet heat to any dish. Add during cooking to gravies, seafood, poultry and meat dishes. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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This Caribbean grill sauce is bursting with tropical flavor and heat! Baste seafood kebabs before and during grilling. Use as a di...p for fish and shrimp fingers, crab cakes, and conch fritters. Mix equal parts of Spicy Seafood Sauce with mayonnaise to make an exotic Caribbean tartar-like sauce. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways. The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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From the makers of Bacon Jam, here's the latest innovation from Skillet's airstream trailer kitchen ? a line of pumpkin-based sauc...es that folks can use similarly to the way they would use a traditional ketchup. These condiments deliver a distinctive taste experience as well as all the rich vitamins and minerals that come from pumpkin. Available in three varieties: Chipotle: Southwest meets pumpkin! The deep smoky chipotle flavor, coupled with aromatic spices, delivered on the rich base of pumpkin. Use it with homemade tortillas, or with traditional French fries. Add it to your super-secret taco recipe. Or marinate a flank steak with it for the barbeque. Brown Sugar and Apple Cider Vinegar: The brown sugar and vinegar flavor does a number on your head and your mouth. At first taste, you want to say "it tastes like a yummy ketchup." But then you get the spicy pumpkin flavor and all you can say is "wow!" Try it on a grilled Turkey-and-Gruyere Panini or add some cream and vegetable stock to make a fabulous sauce for butternut squash ravioli. Thai Coconut: Filled with a rich coconut flavor, Asian spices and curry, and ? of course ? pumpkin, the Thai Coconut flavor goes in a new direction. It's terrific as a dipping sauce with Vietnamese spring rolls, or as a flavor base for a stir-fry with your favorite veggies. Varieties sold separately. read more

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This lovely jam comes from to us from Bavaria, close to the famous Black Forest in the neighboring state of Baden-Wuertemberg. Thi...s blueberry jam is bursting with tiny, whole berries, reviving memories of picking blueberries with loved ones and eating more than we bucketed. These wild berries are rich with blueberry sweetness without watery tartness that commercially grown berries contain. Pure Bavarian blueberry pleasure. read more

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Capers, the preserved bud of the caper plant, is an essential part of Mediterranean cooking. These capers are biologically cultiva...ted on Salina, one of the Aeolian Islands. Salina is well-known for its flavorful capers, the result of exceptionally fertile soil and favorable climates. The word for caper comes from the Arabic word kabur. There is a strong association between the caper plant and oceans and seas due to the proximity of the plant to these areas. The caper plant is said to be native to the Mediterranean basin, but its range actually stretches from the Atlantic coasts of the Canary Islands, Morocco to the Black Sea, to Crimea and Armenia, and eastward to the Caspian Sea and into Iran. It makes sense that capers are an integral element of Mediterranean cuisine. Their sharp tangy bite often accent fish, pizza, salads and sauces. To bring about the complex flavors of the caper they must be cured. They are first dried in the sun and then packed under layers of salt, vinegar, wine or salt brine. During this process the natural mustard oil intensifies and the capers develop their characteristic piquant flavor. Many culinary authorities prize capers packed under layers of salt, the flavor being brighter and more intense. Occasionally one can also find the cured or pickled young sprouts, or leaves of the caper bush also used as a condiment. read more

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Pickapeppa Sauce is a versatile condiment for everyday use in your favorite recipes. Imported from Jamaica, Pickapeppa sauce is us...ed as a condiment on meats and vegetables, and it's a good substitute for any hot sauce. This Jamaican specialty includes all natural ingredients like onion, raisins, peppers, tamarinds and other flavorful additions in a tomato base. read more

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Cuitlacoche (wheet-lah-KOH-chay) also called Corn Smut, Maize Mushroom, this gourmet rage is actually a Bulbous Fungus (technicall...y known as Ustilago Maydis) that attacks ears of corn and makes the kernels swell to 10 times their normal size. The Corn's color turns an ugly medium-to dark-gray verging on black. Although most U.S. farmers consider it a plague and destroy infected ears, the Aztecs are said to have prized Cuitlacoche (in Nahuatl, Cuitlatl means "excrement," Cochi means "Black"). Enthusiasts say that Cuitlacoche has a smoky-sweet flavor that is a cross between that of Corn and Mushroom. Cuitlacoche is currently being cultivated in limited quantities in California, Florida, Georgia and Virginia. Cuitlacoche is used in a variety of dishes including sautees, soups, casseroles - in general, any preparation where cooked mushrooms would be appropriate. read more

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An essential condiment for Moroccan kitchens, Mediterranean Gourmet's Harissa is a captivating blend of ground red chili peppers, ...preserved lemon peel, garlic, olive oil, and an aromatic ras el hanout spice blend. Traditionally this hot chile paste is used to season the broth in tangine stews, as well as applied to individual plates tableside to suit each diner's taste. We love this Mediterranean Harissa for its ability to add flavor to dishes without compromising the taste of the individual elements with intense heat and spice. For serving tableside, try thinning this paste with a splash of olive oil to make it easy to pour over seafood, steamed vegetables, or grilled meats. read more

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Sweet beets play nice with fennel seeds and tarragon in a delicious bath of red wine vinegar and evaporated cane juice. One bite a...nd you'll be spoiled forever on plain beetroot. Toss with goat cheese and spinach for a sensational salad, or serve on the side with pork sausages and horseradish mashed potatoes. And once you're done with the beets, pop some hardboiled eggs into the brine for the deli classic of pickled eggs. Brooklyn Brine combines the bounty of local, organic produce with NYC's vibrant energy and unbridled creativity. Each hand-packed jar is filled with bold flavors, organically sourced ingredients, and the love and attention you only get with small, seasonal batches. Plus, with each jar of delicious pickles comes the extra gift of the intensely flavored brine. Use it just like vinegar to splash on salads, beans, lentils, or to marinate meat or tofu. Note: Although the produce, sugar, and many of the spices are organic, not every spice is certified organic, which is why we do not list this as an "organic" product. read more

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Mina Harissa is a carefully blended red pepper sauce made using 6 simple ingredients: red chili peppers, red bell peppers, garlic,... extra virgin olive oil, vinegar and salt. Harissa has been hailed as the heart and soul of Moroccan cuisine. It is imbued with all the culinary passions of a country and a people, it is the central condiment that sits atop every kitchen table in North Africa used as a spread, a dip or drizzled on top of nearly any dish. This Harissa sauce is the year's culinary discovery by chefs across America, France and the United Kingdom and has replaced its distant cousin the American hot-sauce. Appearing on classic and contemporary menus as the star condiment, it goes equally well with New Zealand lamb as it does with Southern barbecued chicken or a vegetable tagine with couscous. Each one of Mina's jars will transform your meal into culinary journey. Mina grew up on the wave-crashing shores of Casablanca where a morning promenade between the white walls of this majestic city was a culinary journey onto itself. When the salty air would breeze through the narrow streets of the city, every kitchen window produced some of the most beautiful aromas from recipes passed down from one generation to the next over centuries. Mina first learned the art of cooking from her dear mother; at 16 she tasted her next-door neighbor's homemade Harissa and fell in love with this fiery red sauce. From a thick spreadable consistency Mina played with the recipe until she made it exactly hers. She added extra-virgin olive oil, a touch of vinegar and some garlic to the red pepper base that gives the sauce its unique tangy-hot flavor profile. read more

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This blueberry soup from Ekstroms is easily prepared with water and makes 4 servings (1 cup each). Ekstroms blåbärssoppa has been ...made world famous thanks to the ski race Vasaloppet, where it is always served warm to the skiers. The Swedish word for bilberry, blåbär, literally means "blueberry" but the beverage is not made from the North American blueberry (section Cyanococcus of the genus Vaccinium) but from the bilberry, Vaccinium myrtillus, which grows in the wild throughout Scandinavia and other parts of Europe. Contains two packets, each makes 2 cups. read more

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The Little Pickle and Spice Company, have been producing top quality, traditionally made pickles, chutneys and sauces since 1992. ...They use only the finest of ingredients and employ traditional methods. Fabulous Piccalilli with crunchy vegetables makes a great accompaniment for pork pies, roast beef, or sausages. read more

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We're proud to offer this line of rich and natural jams, prepared from scratch, without using any preservatives or artificial colo...ring. All these Spanish jams are made with fresh fruit, lemon juice and sugar as the only ingredients in their traditional recipes. These products are manufactured and marketed by James Don Ramiro, a company located in the Asturian town of Llambreo. Available in four varieties: Pimiento (Red Pepper): This sweet and savory jam is delicious with aged cheeses or added to a salad dressing. Castana (Chestnut): Chestnut Jam is perfect as a sweet foil for wild meats, and also for glazing desserts. Manzana-Cidra (Apple and Cider): Tart and sweet, this jam is best served with breakfast, spread on warm pastries or with yogurt. Platano-Galleta (Banana and Cookies): Thick and spreadable, this tropical banana jam is thickened with pulverized cookies for rich texture. Varieties sold separately. read more

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Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland are the countries that make up Scandinavia. They are linked by distinct, yet related ...cultures. The pureness of their air, water and land translates into very clean milk, which leads to high quality cheeses. We have chosen a selection of 1/2 pound cheeses from these countries (with the exception of Iceland) to take you on a cheese tour of Scandinavia. Gjetost: Pronounced YAY-toast, this caramel-flavored cheese comes from a blend of cow and goat's milk. Packed with energy, Norwegian hikers always pack along a block of Gjetost before venturing too far away from home. (8 oz) Finlandia Swiss: Finland's best-selling, rich and characteristically nutty Swiss. Made from the EU's healthiest milk (IDF, 1995) taken from dairy cows grazing in Finland's pure and clean Northern environment. (8 oz) Väednost: Also called Herrgardost, this cheese has been produced since the 18th century and has a full-bodied, slightly grassy flavor. (8 oz) Danish Crumbly Blue: Made from cow's milk, it is a white cheese with a delicate network of blue-green veins. Denmark's rich, green grazing pastures and fertile soil contribute to the fine, consistent quality of this world famous product. (8 oz) Swedish Crispbread: Nothing compares with the taste and crunch of Wasa Crispbread. Wasa, a world famous Swedish bakehouse. (9 oz) igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Specifically crafted for us at igourmet.com, this multi-function cheese knife is the perfect tool to easily slice uniform servings of your favorite cheeses. Gift Presentation: Hand assembled in our signature chocolate colored gift box, finished with an elegant matching ribon. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. read more

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Our French Cheeses for anyone looking to enjoy some bold selections of French cheese. We have included four of our favorites: Pont... L'Eveque: One of the world's ancient cheeses, Pont L'Eveque dates back to the Thirteenth Century. It is well known for its delicate bouquet. However, it does tend to have a strong, pungent aroma that is not for the timid. (8.5 oz) Gruyere de Comte Reserve: Comte is made with fresh Alpine milk and formed into 80-pound wheels. This extraordinary cheese is a noticeable upgrade from our base Gruyere de Comte, more complex and nutty. Comte Reserve has a pronounced nose and is a divine treasure cherished by connoisseurs. (8 oz) Buche de Chevre: This wonderful goat's milk cheese from Poitou in the Loire Valley comes to us in handcrafted wooden crates the most exquisite chevre we have ever tasted! When enjoying this cheese, you savor a delightful combination of flavors and textures in each bite. Buche de Chevre is a true delicacy that begs for a warm, crusty French baguette and a glass of robust red wine from neighboring Bordeaux. (8 oz) Fourme d'Ambert: This AOC (name controlled) creamy blue cheese is a lovely French treasure. Fourme d'Ambert is cave-aged for a minimum of two months, made from raw cow's milk and has a tremendous, creamy, full-bodied flavor. (8 oz) igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Specifically crafted for us at igourmet.com, this multi-function cheese knife is the perfect tool to easily slice uniform servings of your favorite cheeses. Mini Toasts: Perfect for serving with cheeses, fruit, and spreads when entertaining (2.7 oz) Gift Presentation: Packed in a our signature chocolate colored gift box, finished with an elegant matching ribbon. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value. read more

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You sense it immediately - the heady aromas, the intensely fulfilling textures, and the vibrant flavors of Spain's artisan cheese ...tradition. Different milks, a diverse terrain, and unique cheesemaking techniques all play a role in the subtle differences in each cheese's color, texture and flavor. We have selected four of our favorites for this sampler: Manchego: Spain's most famous cheese, made entirely from pure La Mancha sheep's milk. Manchego is prized for its rich, complex flavor and its satisfyingly grainy texture. (8 oz) Mahon: This firm cow's milk cheese comes from the Balearic Island of Menorca in the Mediterranean. This version has been aged for three months, developing a rich tanginess and fragrant aroma. (8 oz) Idiazabal: Smooth, rich and satisfyingly sharp, Idiazabal is a smoked sheep's milk cheese that gives off a warming rustic scent. It is the quintessential cheese of the Basque country in Northern Spain. (8 oz) Murcia al Vino: This 100% goat's milk cheese from Murcia is bathed in red Spanish wine, making this product a wine-and-cheese party all by itself! (8 oz) igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Specifically crafted for us at igourmet.com, this multi-function cheese knife is the perfect tool to easily slice uniform servings of your favorite cheeses. Mini Toasts: Perfect for elegant canapés and delicious snacks, you will love these little toasts from Holland. (2.75 oz.) Gift Presentation: Hand assembled in a sturdy dark brown gift box finished with a matching elegant ribbon. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. read more

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Although Germany is a country with a massive dairy industry, its cheeses remain relatively unknown to those of us outside its bord...ers. This is a great introduction and also a great gift for anyone you know with a passion for all things German. Allgau Emmental: Commonly referred to as Bavarian Swiss, this is arguably the most famous cheese made in Germany. Made from pure Bavarian milk, it is high in protein and has that familiar, yet special flavor. (8 oz) Rauchkase: Produced in the rich tradition of Bavaria, smoked over select beech wood. Deep, smoky flavor. (8 oz) Butterkase: Offers a buttery flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture. Melt over baked potatoes and burgers. (8 oz) Paladin Bavarian Blue: A tangy, crumbly blue cheese produced in the Bavarian Alpine countryside. Extremely versatile, you'll love it in salad; as part of a recipe; or on a cracker. (8 oz) igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Specifically crafted for us at igourmet.com, this multi-function cheese knife is the perfect tool to easily slice uniform servings of your favorite cheeses. Bamboo Cheese Board: This stunning and durable board will be a gift that will be enjoyed for years to come. (Board Dimensions: 9x11) Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value. read more

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Lumpfish caviar is an excellent alternative to pricier Caspian Sea varieties. This specialty caviar is a perfect addition to a gou...rmet meal-- used as a substitute in recipes calling for the more traditional roes. It also makes a beautiful garnish, especially alongside sushi. Originally from Iceland, ours is from neighboring Sweden. read more

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Lumpfish caviar is an excellent alternative to pricier Caspian Sea varieties. This specialty caviar is a perfect addition to a gou...rmet meal; used as a substitute in recipes calling for the more traditional roes. It also makes a beautiful garnish, especially alongside sushi. Originally from Iceland, ours is from neighboring Sweden. read more

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These flavored herring fillets are excellent on crackers or bread. You can also use them to make tasty appetizers. Try scooping ou...t cherry tomatoes and filling them with the Herring in Tomato Sauce. The Herring in Mustard Sauce pairs nicely with avocado. Varieties sold separately. read more

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Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) started in 1975 as a small charcuterie in the heart of New York's Greenwich Villa...ge. Founders Alain Sinturel and Jean Pierre Pradié cooked and offered pâtés and other French specialties to the neighborhood gourmets. They soon received rave reviews by such notables as Craig Clairborne, Mimi Sheraton, James Beard, and others. Once word got out, they began making pâtés for other restaurants around Manhattan. By 1990, high demand forced them to expand their operation. Today, they make their pâtés in their kitchen, House of Bricks, located in Wilkes Barre, PA. Les Trois Petits Cochons is recognized for its excellence as a leader in the specialty food business, and the industry it helped to create. They use all-natural, high quality ingredients, and craft small, handmade batches. Pâté de Canard a l'Orange is duck and pork mixed with pistachios and an accent of Grand Marnier. A wondrous concoction of coarsely ground marinated duck meat, duck liver and pork meat, seasoned with black pepper and natural spices, laced with Grand Marnier and lightly astringent orange peel. read more

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This is Les Trois Petits Cochons' signature mousse. This luxurious mousse features the gem of French cuisine - black truffles. Mad...e from pork and chicken liver and flavored with Pineau des Charentes and Sherry, this mousse has an unbelievably silky texture. Contains soy products. read more

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Le Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) have been producing all-natural pates in small, handmade batches, using high-quali...ty ingredients since 1975. Their Duck Liver Mousse with Port Wine is a fine example of their fantastic creations. The province of Sologne inspired this delectable blend of duck liver and pork meat, delicately flavored with port wine and natural spices, cooked and presented in its own cooking dish. read more

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Unique and authentic flavors abound in this tasty and thoughtful gift, designed for the Scandie in your life. It includes the foll...owing authentic, imported specialties. Gjetost: Made in Norway from a blend of cow and goat's milk whey, it has a distinctive, sweet, caramel-like flavor and is packed with protein. (8 oz) Danish Crumbly Blue: This tangy, crumbly cow's milk blue from Denmark is great served with pears and sweet white wine. (8 oz) Vadenost: Made from pasteurized cow's milk, Vadenost maintains a full-bodied, slightly grassy flavor. (8 oz) Swedish Gingersnaps: Imported from Sweden, these traditional cookies are packed with spicy goodness. (5.25 oz) Lingonberry Jam: Imported from Finland, this lightly sweet, delicious spread is the perfect treat for yourself or a loved one. Kavli Natural Crackers: From Norway, they are the perfect accompaniment to the cheeses and jam in the basket. Gift Presentation: Hand assembled in a wooden oval basket, finished with an elegant dark brown ribbon. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. read more

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Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) started in 1975 as a small charcuterie in the heart of New York's Greenwich Villa...ge. Founders Alain Sinturel and Jean Pierre Pradié cooked and offered pâtés and other French specialties to the neighborhood gourmets. They soon received rave reviews by such notables as Craig Clairborne, Mimi Sheraton, James Beard, and others. Once word got out, they began making pâtés for other restaurants around Manhattan. By 1990, demand forced them to expand their operation. Today, they make their pâtés in their kitchen, House of Bricks, located in Wilkes Barre, PA. Les Trois Petits Cochons is recognized for its excellence as a leader in the specialty-food business, and theindustry it helped to create. They use all-natural, high quality ingredients, and craft small, handmade batches. This is a delectable mousse of goose liver, pork, and mushrooms flavored with the right spices and delicately sweetened with Sauternes wine. A perfect combination! Contains soy products. read more

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In celebration of their 25th anniversary, Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) created this sublime bloc. Made with pu...re Foie Gras and Sauternes wine. You have to try it to believe it! Enjoy it spread on a mini toast as a gourmet hors d'ouevre before the meal. You and your companions will be in Foie Gras heaven. read more

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We offer these Danish-style Appetit Herring Fillets for lovers of Scandinavian cuisine. These spiced fillets are similar to Swedis...h Matjes. The herrings' initial spiciness gives way to a sweet taste at the end. Serve as an addition to your favorite party tray with some buttery, flaky crackers and fresh veggies! Made by Lykkeberg in Latvia. read more

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Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) started in 1975 as a small charcuterie in the heart of New York's Greenwich Villa...ge, where founders Alain Sinturel and Jean Pierre Pradié cooked and offered pâtés and other French specialties to the neighborhood gourmets. They soon received rave reviews by such notables as Craig Clairborne, Mimi Sheraton, James Beard, and others. Once word got out, they began making pâtés for other restaurants around Manhattan. By 1990, demand forced them to expand their operation. Les Trois Petits Cochons is recognized for its excellence as a leader in the specialty food business and industry it helped to create. They use all-natural, high-quality ingredients, and craft their foods in small, handmade batches. Their Saucisson Sec is a pork sausage, naturally air-dried. Made from a time-honored recipe from the mountains of France. The gentle combination of spices from Provence include thyme, rosemary, and fennel. This combination is a beautiful blend of fresh flavor and robust cured pork. A time-honored recipe from the Pyrenees mountains of France, now handmade in the USA! Refrigerate after opening. read more

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Chistorra is a classic sausage from Navarra, Spain, a stunning area that borders with France, the Basque country, and Aragon. La C...historra is prepared over burning coals and is made with pork, paprika, and garlic. Similar to chorizo, but longer and thinner, it is delicious boiled, broiled or fried. A must for paellas or stews. It recreates the perfect Spanish omelette (tortilla) or serve it on its own, tapas-style. Basques eat these for breakfast with eggs or simply with sturdy country bread. Made in the USA following the craftsmanship tradition of Spain. read more

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Tapenade is essentially a thick olive paste. It can be made with additions that include capers, anchovies, lemon, and even chunks ...of tuna. Fratelli Carli's Paté di Olive is simply made with carefully ripened olives and extra virgin olive oil that are puréed until smooth, leaving it with the clean, pure, fruity flavor of olives. Tapenade is used as a condiment and can be served with vegetables, fish, or meat. It is also delicious spread on a hunk of crusty Italian bread. read more

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The Tuscan cheese masters at Il Forteto have produced this nuanced Pecorino, aged with honey and hay. This cheese was inspired fro...m a tradition of conserving cheese under hay. The long maturation brings the right combination of the flavor of hay, the delicate taste of honey, and the strong and pronounced taste of sheep milk cheese. Made from pasteurized sheep's milk. Photo depicts whole 4.4 lb. form of cheese. We cut and wrap this item by the 1/2 pound. Please contact us if you would like to purchase the whole form. read more

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Chardonnay comes from the green-skinned European vinifera grape. The wine is characterized by citrus flavors - particularly limes ...and lemons, and also tropical fruit, pineapple, dried peaches, nuts, butterscotch. The texture is often described as buttery. Here are some cheeses we enjoy with this tart, fruity wine: Provolone Dolce: Our Provolone Dolce is produced from selected cow's milk in Italy. It is aged for only a short period of time, allowing it to maintain the delicacy of the milk taste in the cheese. (8 oz) Tarentaise: From Thistle Hill Farm in Vermont, this slightly spicy, warmly nutty, hard cheese reminds us of a premium quality French Abondance. (8 oz) Kerrygold Dubliner: Dubliner tastes of a mature Cheddar with the sweet aftertaste of Reggiano. Dubliner was created by the Irish company Kerrygold and named after Ireland's capital city. (8 oz) Mini Toasts: Perfect for elegant canapés and delicious snacks, you will love these little toasts from Holland. (2.75 oz) igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Specifically crafted for us at igourmet.com, this multi-function cheese knife is the perfect tool to easily slice uniform servings of your favorite cheeses. Gift Presentation: Packed in our signature chocolate colored gift box, tied with a matching ribbon. Chardonnay not included. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. read more

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Along with their conquering armies, the Romans brought their cheese making expertise to England in the first century AD. But it wa...s not until the sixteenth century when the cheese we know today as cheddar was so named. With such a long history, it's no surprise that cheddar is one of the world's favorite foods. So popular in fact, that almost every cheese-producing nation makes its own version. This gift assortment contains excellent examples from three continents: Denhay Mature English Cheddar: Denhay Cheddar is carefully matured and monitored until it is 11 months old when it is sold as premium West Country Farmhouse Cheddar. (8 oz) Grafton Classic Reserve Cheddar: Grafton Classic Cheddar is an outstanding mature cheddar cheese selected for its pronounced flavor and smooth finish. This two year aged cheese is excellent when accompanied with dried fruits and nuts, crusty breads, and big wines. (8 oz) Great Ocean Road Cheddar: This sharp white cheddar hails from Australia, where it is made from pure milk taken from cows that graze on lush pastures swept by winds from the Southern Ocean. (8 oz) Red Leaf Cheddar: This entrant from North America has a firm texture and a sweet, honeyed flavor. Best enjoyed with ale and fruit, this cheddar is aged for over 12 months. (8 oz) igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Specifically crafted for us at igourmet.com, this multi-function cheese knife is the perfect tool to easily slice uniform servings of your favorite cheeses. Mini Toasts: Perfect for serving with cheeses, fruit, and spreads when entertaining. (4 oz) Gift Presentation: Hand assembled in our signature chocolate colored gift box, finished with an elegant matching ribbon. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. read more

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Gil's Gourmet is committed to using the best products possible, and showcasing the local produce of California's central coast. Fr...esh baby artichokes, basil, 100% virgin olive oil, toasted walnuts, and real Parmesan cheese are rounded off with a splash of Chardonnay Wine in this sauce. This pesto owes its amazing flavor to baby artichokes from neighboring Castroville, CA, home of the Artichoke Festival for forty years running! It is great for adding a bright, flavorful pop to grilled zucchini, leeks, and eggplant. Another summer favorite is to toss this pesto with grilled shrimp and pappardelle. read more

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Merlot is a red wine grape widely planted in Bordeaux and, to a lesser extent, in California and the Pacific Northwest. It is know...n for its soft, smooth, plummy finish. Here are some cheeses we enjoy with Merlot: Beemster Classic Extra Aged Gouda: Our Gouda is produced by CONO Kaasmakers under the Beemster brand. CONO is located in Northern Holland; famous for its rich milk and fertile grazing lands. This edible cow's milk masterpiece has been matured for eighteen months, allowing its body to develop a muted caramel color, matched by a uniquely intense, yet sweet, flavor. Monte Veronese: Skilled artisans hand craft Monte Veronese Latte Interno in Lessinia, the picturesque mountain area above Verona. Monte Veronese is a typical Italian table cheese produced only with full-cream cow's milk. Monte Veronese is aged approximately 60 days to create a sweet, yet delicate and pleasant, flavor. Manchego: Spain's most famous cheese. Produced in La Mancha in Central Spain, true Manchego is made from 100% sheep's milk. The abundance of wild herbs on Central Spain's grazing lands gives Manchego a special taste and aroma. Its flavor is zesty and exuberant while its 3 month texture is firm but not dry. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal or greater value. Merlot not included. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item please click here. read more

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Sauvignon Blanc, also known as Fumé Blanc, is a white wine known for its fresh, tangy style with gooseberry like hints and grassy,... herbaceous flavors. Here are some cheeses we enjoy with this popular wine: Buche de Chevre: This wonderful goat's milk cheese is from Poitou in the Loire Valley. Each Buche de Chevre is aged for two months, during which time it develops a hard, edible crust complete with a bloomy, white mold coating. It is sharp and tangy near the rind and gets progressively richer and creamier toward the center. (8 oz) Pecorino Toscano: Pecorino Toscano is a young 100% sheep's milk cheese, only about 40 days old when it arrives on our shores. Because it is a young cheese, it is somewhat discreet; almost shy. As the cheese first hits your tongue, you detect a hint of Tuscan herbs, grass and wildflowers. The aftertaste it leaves on your palate is a wonderfully complex flavor that is hard to describe but easy to enjoy. (8 oz) Piave: Piave cheese is named after the river Piave, whose source is found at Mount Peralba in Val Visdende, in the northernmost part of the province of Belluno, Italy. With its sweet, full-bodied flavor, it is sure to please. Rapidly becoming a household name. (8 oz) Mini Toasts: With their crusty texture and mild taste, they are ideal with paté, cheese, smoked salmon or caviar. (2.75 oz), Fontina Val d'Aosta: Fontina is the symbol of agriculture in Italy's tiny, French speaking Aosta Valley region. The cows that produce the milk for Fontina Val d'Aosta graze on high-altitude Alpine pastures dotted with wildflowers and native herbs. Fontina is a great cooking cheese, as it melts evenly without losing any flavor. It is best noted for its value as a savory and fruity table cheese. Its slightly grassy flavor embodies the taste of a true raw milk cheese. (8 oz) Sauvignon Blanc not included. Please note that any item temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar item of equal value. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item please click here. read more

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Pinot Noir is quite possibly the oldest grape variety to be cultivated for the purpose of making wine. We love its light fruitines...s and its delicate, velvety texture, and so do these cheeses. Etorki: From the Pyrennes region of France, this pasteurized Basque cheese has a delicate bouquet, fruity aroma and slightly sweet flavor. The milk comes from small flocks of black or red-faced Manech sheep and is only made from late December to mid July (when the ewes are impregnated again). (8 oz) Chocolate Capri Log by Westfield Farm: Westfield Farm has been handcrafting award-winning farmstead cheeses in Hubbardston, Massachusetts since 1971. If the notion of a semi-sweet chocolate goat cheese appeals to you, you will positively fall in love with this new creation from Westfield Farm. Rich and creamy with a slightly goaty tang, be forewarned, these five ounce logs are addictive. (5 oz) Gruyere de Comte Produced since the reign of Charlemagne, when there were no separate entities named France and Switzerland. Contributing to raw-milk Comté's unique flavor, morning and evening milkings are mingled before the cheese making process. The wheels are aged for a full year, resulting in a sweet and nutty masterpiece. (8 oz) Pinot Noir not included. 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 please click here. read more

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While Riesling holds great status in Europe, it is only recently that Americans have come to enjoy its fruity acidity, and truly a...ppreciate its value at the dinner table. The same is true with Rieslings' incredible affinity to cheese. We have hand-picked the following cheeses to complement our favorite Rieslings. Rauchkase: Germany is the original home to the Riesling grape, making it a must to include a fine German cheese in this assortment. Rauchkase is aged for 30 days, then gently smoked using a technique that dates back to early times. Inside its polished, edible brown rind, Rauchkase has a creamy, buttery, smoky flavor that ranges from mild to piquant. (8 oz) Gruyere de Comte Black Label Reserve:Matured to perfection, this French cheese has been produced since the reign of Charlemagne. Contributing to raw-milk Comté's unique flavor, morning and evening milkings are mingled before the cheese making process. The wheels are aged for a full year, resulting in a sweet and nutty masterpiece. (8 oz) Crotonese: An aged sheep's milk product from Crotone, it is one of southern Italy's signature cheeses. Firm in texture with a slightly tangy, lemony flavor, this cheese is best served with the meal; either before as an hors d'oeuvre, or after as part of a dessert course. (8 oz) Riesling not included. 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 please click here. read more

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