Scarpetta Scarpetta Puttanesca Sauce, 19.8-Ounce Jars (Pack of 4)

Fresh. Fast. Easy. Gluten free. Vegetarian. We are committed to using only fresh and natural ingredients in our authentic Italian recipes. Great over pasta, lasagna and pizza. Simmer over chicken, meat or fish. These sauces offer many possi...bilities for use in easy to prepare meals. Conveniently packaged, this jar is microwavable, freezable and re-usable. read more

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Bruschetta's very simplicity lends itself to countless variations. Served warm or cold, use as a bake sauce or condiment for fish ...or poultry, in the oven or on the grill. Mix with pasta for a fantastic cold pasta salad. Bruschetta knows no season! With very little effort, you can create one of the great rustic dishes of Italy. Tradition: Served as a popular appetizer in ancient Rome, bruschetta was made in the summer when local Roma tomatoes were at their peak. The bread was grilled and flavored by rubbing it with garlic and olive oil and topped with tomatoes blended into a sauce. We've recreated this tradition using authentic recipes and savory ingredients for you to enjoy all year long. This container is microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe! read more

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Made from vine-ripened tomatoes and a special blend of herbs and spices, Hunt's Pasta Sauce is carefully simmered into a thick,, flavorful sauce that's sure to make your meals special. read more

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Fresh from Wai Lana's kitchen, this all-natural pasta sauce is both delicious and nutritious. To ensure an unrivaled taste experie...nce, we've embraced time-tested culinary traditions from around the world and sourced only the healthiest ingredients. Rarely have flavors this appetizing been captured in a bottle. Tantalize your palate with this subtle peppery sauce made with imported Italian tomatoes. read more

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The Napoleon Co. is a Seattle based, 4th generation, family owned business importing specialty foods from around the world since 1...903. read more

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Coming from Palermo, Sicily in 1923, Maria and pelligrino aquilina immigrated to the united states and brought the recipes of the ...old world. Maria began canning the wonderful delicacies of her native Sicily in the tiny backroom., she quickly developed a following of customers who craved her outstanding dishes, including eggplants, peppers and pickles, and in 1929, Victoria was born. Today, Victoria is still a family-run business, one which has not forgotten the principles of its founder or its family roots. read more

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