Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Eataly Treasures clockwise, Imported E.V.O.O., Parmigiano Reggiano aged 24 months, Proscuitto de Parma, & Imported Olives Lo-Carb never looked so good!
NYC COOKS, how can we not discuss the hottest culinary debut of Mario Batali's Eataly. A gourmet super world of fantastic imported Italian goods such as fresh cream butter, pasta, cheeses, chocolates coffee and more. To a chef like me it's heaven on earth! A beautiful thing! I have been to Eataly several times thus far and have a few favorite items I now pick up every time. On my latest venture I grabbed some Proscuitto de Parma, a chunk of 24 months aged Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese, imported Italian Olives packed in herbs and oil,Cristalli di Sale (Salt Crystals of Trapini) and some of that imported hand churned fresh cream butter I told you about before! The dishes you can create with some basic, pure high end pantry items is unreal.

Eataly's Meat Market
Imported Italian Tomatoes
Every time I walk into Eataly I become so inspired, the wonderful variety of top quality produce and meats, the place is absolutely phenomenal and pricey! Although it is expensive I must say they are not priced higher than any other gourmet market and for the quality of ingredients you are getting- I find Eataly to be pretty fair! A true paradise for all my pisans!

1 comment:

  1. Are you kidding me? If this place existed here in LA I would never leave... wow. Love meeting bloggers on the other side of the nation. Thanks for stopping by Satisfied, stay in touch.
    Chef Louise