Spuntino/Antipasto

Cippollini Onions

Spuntino in Italian means to break (for a little snack).  In the Natali house we like to cut the tops off pickled cherry peppers and stuff them with cheeses and meats for a hearty antipasto appetizer.

Antipasto in Italian means before the pasta.  Antipasto marks the beginning of an Italian meal.  An Italian meal should be a celebration from the first bite to the last.

OurCippollini onions are harvested fresh, cleaned then pickled in red wine vinegar and salt.

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Green Tomatoes

Spuntino in Italian means to break (for a little snack).  In the Natali house we like to cut the tops off pickled cherry peppers and stuff them with cheeses and meats for a hearty antipasto appetizer.

Antipasto in Italian means before the pasta.  Antipasto marks the beginning of an Italian meal.  An Italian meal should be a celebration from the first bite to the last.

Our Green Tomatoes are harvested green, cleaned and quartered, then pickled in vinegar and spices.

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Cherry Peppers (Mild or Hot)

Spuntino in Italian means to break (for a little snack).  In the Natali house we like to cut the tops off pickled cherry peppers and stuff them with cheeses and meats for a hearty antipasto appetizer.

Antipasto in Italian means before the pasta.  Antipasto marks the beginning of an Italian meal.  An Italian meal should be a celebration from the first bite to the last.

Our Cherry Peppers are pickled with salt & vinegar and can be chopped, sliced or diced in many recipes.

Click here to view Cherry Peppers (mild) label
Click here to view Cherry Peppers (hot) label