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Fresh High Quality Authentic Ingredients Are Essential To Giada’s Cuisine

If you were to ask Giada Delaurentis what her favorite ingredient is, she would tell you it depends on where She is and what is fresh in that location on the given day. “But once you’ve put your groceries in the car, the quality of your dinner has already been decided” says Delaurentis.

Fresh, high quality  authentic Italian ingredients are essential to Giada’s cuisine whether being used in an innovative dish on The Food Network, or going in to a century-old, classic preparation.

This is why Giada loves to travel to the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, the home of Negroni Prosciutto.  “The food of Emilia-Romagna is modern, yet the style of food reflects this tasteful region. The restaurants are usually filled with a good combo of hipsters and old guard eating new takes on classics and a lot of creative tasty food like Negroni Prosciutto insalata dei nervetti with chestnuts and currant vinegar or baccala with capers and citrus” says Giada.

Negroni’s Authentico Italiano selection includes:
Prosciutto Arrosto
– a traditional Italian roasted ham made in Italy using only selected pork shanks and rich blend of garlic, rosemary and fine Mediterranean herbs.

Prosciutto Cotto – a traditional Italian cooked ham made in Italy using selected pork shanks and natural flavorings and is lighter in color and sweeter in flavor than Prosciutto Arrosto.

Negroni’s Authentico Italiano selection includes:
Prosciutto Arrosto
– a traditional Italian roasted ham made in Italy using only selected pork shanks and rich blend of garlic, rosemary and fine Mediterranean herbs.

Prosciutto Cotto – a traditional Italian cooked ham made in Italy using selected pork shanks and natural flavorings and is lighter in color and sweeter in flavor than Prosciutto Arrosto.

Mortadella
– a traditional Italian cooked specialty made in Italy based on a 500 year old recipe from the province of Emilia Romagna.

Prosciutto di Parma – the most renowned dry-cured Italian ham, made with the best Italian pork legs, packed in a strictly defined region around Parma, Italy. Parma is a beautiful Italian city known for its monuments, castles, opera and haute cuisine!

For more information about Negroni products please contact:

Negroni Corporation USA
13 Fairfield Ave. Suite 105
Little Falls, NJ 07424
usa.negroni@negroni.com
973.256.0033 Tel
973.256.1108 Fax

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Italian Artisans Have Been Producing Prosciutto For Generations

Pasta Alla Carbonara With Negroni Prosciutto

Italian artisans have been producing prosciutto for generations. Today, the same careful techniques that create this amazing cured meat are followed around the world. Prosciutto is the Italian word for ham, but in English the word is almost always associated with an aged, cured, spicy Italian ham that is sliced thin and served without cooking.

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Hearty Pasta Served With a Rich Negroni Prosciutto Sauce

Hearty Negroni Prosciutto Pastaby

Negroni Prosciutto Coming To Fairway Market – A Market Like No Other Market – On June 1, 2010

Now you can buy Negroni Prosciutto at Fairway Market, starting 
June 1, 2010.

Fairway Market is known for everything, from rare cheeses to a wide variety of cured meats and prosciutto, all kinds of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, bread, etc. They have great produce and they have an amazing selection of artisan cheeses and freshly made pastas and sauces.

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“The Sweet/Salt of the Prosciutto and Melon Was A Taste I Enjoy To This Day. It Was My Introduction To The Magic Of Prosciutto.”

This prosciutto story was posted on our Facebook page, we loved it and decided to share with all of you.

OK, here’s my prosciutto story. ~ by Rich Sullivan

“I’m telling you, because no one else would understand it. Early 1970’s: I take a date to the Colandrea New Corner, an Italian restaurant in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where our Dad had been taking us for years, ever since I was a little kid. This was the first time I was there on my own. I was sixteen years old. We got  the menus, and I wanted to order what my Dad always ordered for us as an appetizer, along with clams oreganata: It was a big plate of deep-fried vegetables, all different kinds: broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, zucchini, asparagus, etc. But I didn’t know the name of it! Of course,

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Osso Bucco With Negroni Prosciutto, White Wine and Anchovies Make an Intensely Meaty Tasting Classic Italian Dish

Osso buco, when loosely translated from Italian, means hollowed bone, a reference to the large piece of marrow in the center of the veal shank bone. It derives from the phrase osso buco literally whole bone because the bone marrow is part of the appeal of the dish.

This dish is a specialty of veal shanks cooked in meat broth, flavored with white wine and vegetables. Slowly braised, this relatively tough, yet flavorful cut of meat becomes meltingly tender, and the connective tissues and marrow dissolve into the sauce, making it rich and creamy. The shank is a relatively cheap cut of veal which is readily available in most good supermarkets and butcher shops. Better portions include meaty hind-shanks cut from the top of the thigh with a high proportion of meat to bone. Each piece should be about five inches across and one to one-and-a-half inches thick.

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Classic Antipasto With Negroni Autentico Italiano Prosciutto

Negroni Prosciutto Authentic Italian Antipasto PlatterThe Negroni “star” rose in 1907 when Pietro Negroni opened his deli shop in Cremona, Italy where the company still resides today. With a century of expertise and strong links to a farming region rich in food tradition, Negroni Authentico Italian is now one of Italy’s most prestigious Authentic Italian Delicatessen meat brand. Try a classic antipasto, with Negroni Prosciutto Di Parma, Negroni Mortadella, and Negroni Prosciutto Cotto.

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