Garofalo Gluten Free Pasta

March 14, 2014 5:14:23 AM EDT

Garofalo Gluten Free Pasta

Being a celiac or voluntarily choosing to live a gluten free lifestyle doesn’t mean that you have to deprive yourself from the foods that you’re used to- it just means that you have to find an alternative. Pasta Cheese has the delicious substitute to wheat pasta and it’s Garofalo Gluten Free Pasta! Made mostly out of corn flour, this pasta still satisfies your macaroni and cheese craving without upsetting your sensitive stomach.

Garofalo Gluten Free Pasta provides you with high quality pasta so you don’t feel like you’re depriving yourself. It even comes in normal pasta shapes so you can disguise your gluten-free pasta and feed it to even the harshest of food critics and they won’t even realize that they’re eating gluten free! Choose from casarecce, penne, or spaghetti and go about as you normally would with a regular pasta recipe, pouring on your sauce of choice and mixing in some melted mozzarella cheese for warm comfort food that will agree with your stomach.

When you’re gluten free, you need food which are gentle on your stomach and that’s exactly what Garofalo Pasta brings you. Your meal will not only feel healthy and sensitive to your allergies, but also like one of artisan quality. Garofalo Gluten Free Pasta will become a regular in your weekly meal menus and it will instantly become a family meal favorite. No one will taste the difference, and you don’t have to tell them your cooking secret! Just remember to keep restocking and to have enough Garofalo Gluten Free Pasta on hand, because everyone will want second servings. After tasting Garofalo, you’ll never be able to eat a different gluten free pasta again- you’ll be addicted for life!

0 Comments | Posted in Gourmet Pasta By Mike Vlachos
Congedi Extra Virgin Olive Oil in Handmade Cruets

To feel more connected to your cooking, and the integrity of the ingredients, a great way to start is by investing in food items that come in their traditional and customary containers. This congedi extra virgin olive oil comes in a handmade ceramic cruet that is both visually stunning and quality made.

In many cultures the containers, pots and pans used to made fresh food are just as important as the food itself. Mexican cooking is saturated with functional tools for cooking that are just as important and integral to the meal as the food itself. The Mexican pestle is a great example. In fact, certain cultures can be identified and named solely by the pottery they use and how it is made.

Olive oil is no stranger to tradition, and this handmade ceramic cruet follows in that tradition. Filled with the finest oil, produced in strict compliance with the ancient methods of olive oil extraction passed down through centuries, you know you are investing in nothing but the best.

Just like fine wines, any olive oil connoisseurs will have certain oils set aside as favorites or for special events. This might be the oil for you, but the truth is I find it rather difficult not integrating a favorite oil in my meals throughout the day. I use a pinch to top of an onion bagel with salmon and a bit of cream cheese. For lunch, nothing hits the spot than a sliced baguette dipped in olive oil and spices with a side of hummus and cheese. And for a simple dinner, simply season your favorite cut of steak in olive oil and balsamic vinegar with a side salad. Take minutes, and it’s delicious.

This handmade ceramic cruet may be what inspires you to elevate your cooking, or it might remind you that the best foods come from the most traditional and simplest creations.

0 Comments | Posted in Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegar By Mike Vlachos