Indulge your family and friends with Italian-inspired Seafood flavors this Holiday season.
This Italian-inspired seafood salad by Chef Norma Berrios is so citrusy and fresh, that it could easily be served as an appetizer, side dish, or as the main dish at your New Year’s party.
Ps. Pair it with a cold glass of Prosecco and a warm slice of Ciabatta bread.
Nothing compares to the rich, tangy, and aromatic flavor of a delicious Italian tomato sauce. Did you know that Pomodoro, the Italian word for tomato, means «Golden Apple» (Pomo d'Oro)?
Let’s get luxurious with this exquisite recipe, crafted by Chef, Norma Berrios.
Cannellini Beans are a variety of white beans popular in Central and Southern Italy. Mix in the aromatic and sweet flavors of garlic, basil, and tomato… and you’re in for a culinary trip to Tuscany.
Serve this colorful and beautifully seasoned Tuscan Shrimp and Cannellini Beans with your favorite pasta or sliced bread.
A hugely popular dish all over Italy; these crispy-golden bites can be prepared with Calamari, Shrimp, or small fish like Sardines or Silverside.
We crafted our very own batter-fried Silverside recipe for you to impress your guests at the Holiday table.
Cod (Merluzzo) is widely known as a traditional Italian ingredient; however, it did not originate in Italy, it was brought to the Mediterranean region from the cold North Atlantic seas.
Let’s dive into the flavors of the Mediterranean Sea with this decadent recipe, perfect for the Holidays.
Served as an appetizer or main course, Clams Casino is a must-have dish for any celebration.
We invited Chef Norma Berrios to delight us by adding her Latin flare to this delicious Classic.
Check out Chef Norma's recipe!
Take your palate to the Mediterranean island of Sicily; where Caponata, a perfectly balanced mixture of vegetables, seasoned with capers and olives; and then combined with a rich, tangy Italian dressing has its origins. To make this dish even better, we topped it with two perfectly seasoned and seared Mahi-Mahi portions.
Festa dei sette pesci —or Feast of the Seven Fishes, is an Italian American tradition originated in Southern Italy, where it is known as The Vigil (La Vigilia).
The abundance of seafood reflects the observance of abstinence from meat until the Grand Feast happening on Christmas Day.
The Feast consists of seven different Seafood dishes, from a variety of fish to shrimp, clams, and octopus: in combination with pasta, vegetables, baked goods, and wine.