Fettuccini Pasta, Italian Tomato Sauce, Italian Biscotti Cookies, Café Latte Mix, Amaretti Cookies, Bruschetta Spread, Parmesan Crisps, Woven Willow Basket
This Gift Basket Contains:
Italian Tomato Sauce
Italian Biscotti Cookies
Café Latte Mix
Woven Willow Basket
Fettuccini Pasta: The dish became widespread and eventually spread to the United States, where it remains popular. The recipe has evolved, and its commercialized version—with heavy cream and other ingredients—is now ubiquitous. In the U.S., it is often served as a main course, sometimes garnished with chicken or other ingredients. In Italy, meanwhile, fettuccine al burro is generally considered home cooking, and fettuccine Alfredo is generally scoffed at by Italian writers.
Italian Tomato Sauce: A robust tomato sauce made with olive oil, onion, sweet carrot, garlic, canned San Marzano tomatoes, fresh basil, tomato paste, oregano, and red pepper flakes. A flavorful, homemade tomato sauce to pair perfectly with any type of pasta.
Italian Biscotti Cookies: It’s the “other” biscotti because it’s the only biscotti I make that is not a crispy, crunchy, waiting to be dunked biscotti like Chocolate Toffee Biscotti. This biscotti is soft and tender and has a light, pillowy texture. You won’t need to dunk it. It’s a perfect little cookie all on its own.
Café Latte Mix: Lattes (or caffe lattes) are espresso drinks made with a fairly large amount of steamed milk. It is similar to a cappuccino, but, while a cappuccino is comprised of equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and foam, a latte is made with much more milk than coffee. Lattes use a ratio of at least 1 shot of espresso to 2 ounces of steamed milk (this recipe is 1 to 3) and are capped with just a thin layer of foam on the top. This means lattes are milkier than cappuccinos, and because it has more steamed than foamed milk, the milk sinks into the espresso in a latte, while cappuccinos have three distinct layers.
Amaretti Cookies: These almond infused Amaretti Cookies are a Christmas classic. Made with a handful of simple ingredients, these soft, chewy cookies are totally gluten-free and a holiday staple!
Parmesan Crisps: Parmesan crisps make the perfect crunchy topping for salads, casseroles, and soups! Or enjoy them plain as a low-carb snack. Quick, easy, and just one ingredient! Let’s learn How to Make Baked Parmesan Crisps!