PICNIC Season

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PICNIC Season

Magnifico wants to give you some tips to prepare a simple, fast, and tasty picnic, perfect for a park or a beach!

 

PICNICS’  NOBLE ORIGINS

Summer is no time to spend all day cooking: the season means vacations, trips, walks in the park, a day at the beach, or a picnic with friends and family. It’s time to eat outside with adequate precautions and social distancing. A picnic is the perfect way to combine food, friendship, and nature. All you need is a tablecloth and a basket with some food for the perfect outdoor meal! 

While it may be hard to imagine, the origins of picnics are actually quite aristocratic. In fact, nobles started the trend by taking short repasts between hunts.

Italians love to bring many different kinds of food to a picnic: panini of course, different kinds of cheeses, tramezzini with mozzarella and tomato, and any kind of snack. Some families even bring pasta or chicken cutlets!

 

AGROMONTE COMPANY WILL HELP YOU TO PREPARE THE PERFECT PICNIC

Today, we would like to recommend some products that will help you quickly prepare a delicious picnic without compromising quality. On our website, we have an assortment of pre-made sauces — all you need to do is warm them up and and pasta!

Agromonte’s Norma Pasta Sauce with Cherry tomato and Eggplants is prepared in accordance with the traditional Sicilian recipe and uses carefully selected products. Pasta with Norma sauce is just as delicious when eaten cold as it is when freshly-made. An other option is Cherry Tomato Pasta Sauce with Ricotta Cheese. In this sauce, fresh cow-milk ricotta and cherry tomatoes create a creamy concoction, made even more extraordinary by extra-virgin olive oil and herbs. This sauce reveals all the authentic flavors of Italian produce.

 

AND SNACKS!

If you prefer to bring lighter snacks, we also have sauces for your bruschettas. Top your toasted bread with artichokes, asparagus, or green olives to create delicious starters that also pair well with pasta and meat courses. 

 

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  • Donatella Mulvoni
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