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Classic Cranberry Sauce

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To millions of us, this is the first year they will be cooking cranberry sauce. I could have found many variations of this wonderful sauce but nothing is better than the classic cranberry sauce, at least to me. Sweetened with...

Teas from Versailles

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Our elite selection of teas comes directly from the Gardens of Versailles and were the Royal Warrants of Appointment to the French Court during the time of Marie Antoinette and Louis XIV. This was the gilded age of...

Mustards

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Condiments are an essential part of crafting delicious food. Or used as a supplement to enhance and complement a dish. Who hasn’t heard about mustard and ketchup? Did you know that mustard was originally manufactured to cover up...

The History of Risotto in Italy

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To understand the origins of risotto means to look at how rice was introduced in Italy. It is said that rice was brought by the Arabs in the Middle Ages and was immediately seen as a means to...

Hungarian Ricotta Tart with Raisins

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Every European country has its own variations on desserts, and Hungary is no different. With a range that covers sponge cakes, cream cakes, pastries and even dough cooked on a spit, Hungary’s delicious desserts have something for everyone… 

Fondues

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Here at lellopetrello.com we have our own upscale line of seven chocolate fondue recipes for your perfect holiday celebration. The Chocolate Orange Christmas Fondue consists of dark chocolate with candied orange. This pairs perfectly with fruits, nuts or...

Jam or Confit?

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    Confit or jam? Lello Petrelo carries both confit or jams for any dish you wish to use as a compliment to savory foods for a condiment, glaze, fruit topping to crepes, cheese boards, pancakes or waffles....