Artisanal Pesto (Set of 3)
Spread the amore.
For your next Italian night, grill or toast thick slices of ciabatta bread, drizzle with olive oil and set out a trio of handmade pestos, crafted in small batches according to European tradition. The set includes Fresh Basil Pesto, a true taste of Tuscany made with garden-fresh basil leaves, Olivada Olive Pesto, simply finely chopped kalamata olive with a hint of lemon, and Sun-Dried Tomato, rich and robust flavor from vine-ripened California tomatoes. Better yet? It makes a winning hostess gift or thank you to someone who deserves a special treat.
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Sweet Pepper: Sweet roasted peppers, onions, carrots, parmesan cheese (from milk), extra virgin olive oil and expeller-pressed canola oil, balsamic vinegar, tomato paste, garlic, pine nuts, red wine vinegar, salt and spices.
Artichoke Lemon: Artichokes, Parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil and expeller-pressed canola oil, lemon juice, parsley, fresh garlic, salt and pepper.
Walnut-Sage: Walnuts, extra virgin olive oil, expeller-pressed canola oil, parmesan cheese, fresh parsley, fresh sage leaves, garlic, vinegar, herbs and spices.
Fresh Basil: Fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, expeller-pressed canola oil, walnuts, Parmesan cheese, parsley, fresh garlic, lemon juice and salt
Olivada Olive: Kalamata olives, extra virgin olive oil, expeller-pressed canola oil, garlic, lemon juice
Sun-dried Tomato: Sun-dried tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, expeller-pressed canola oil, parmesan cheese, pine nuts, garlic, salt and herbs.
Set includes three 6oz. jars.
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