Helpline: +39 0522 569810
Joy of Eating Italian

JAMS

ORGANIC APRICOT JAM

Item code: 0100
€ 4,00
Add to basket

ORGANIC PEACH JAM

Item code: 0101
€ 4,00
Add to basket

ORGANIC PLUM JAM

Item code: 0103
€ 4,00
Add to basket

ORGANIC QUINCE JAM

Item code: 0105
€ 4,00

ORGANIC LEMON MARMALADE

Item code: 0110
€ 4,00
Add to basket

ORGANIC MANDARIN MARMALADE

Item code: 0111
€ 4,00
Add to basket

ORGANIC BLOOD ORANGE MARMALADE

Item code: 0112
€ 4,00
Add to basket
Recipes, stories, ideas of italian culture
MANY NAMES AND A LEGEND
HISTORY AND CULTURE
The apricot is the fruit that announces the arrival of summer and in fact the ancient Romans called it also praecox.
read more
TRADITIONAL ITALIAN BLOOD ORANGE MARMALADE RECIPE
RECIPES
Wash and cut the oranges in half, then squeeze them
read more
THE REAL FRUIT OF LOVE?
HISTORY AND CULTURE
From the "Forbidden fruit" in the Garden of Eden, to the golden apple given by Paris to Aphrodite....
read more
Organic..good and healthy!
HEALTH BENEFITS
Often what is deemed obvious , still needs to be scientifically proven.
Well , if there were still any doubts , the scientific evidence has come: eat organic food is good for health !
read more
Why " farmer " peaches are tastier ?
BUYING AND STORING TIPS
Who has tasted at least once a peach just picked from the tree certainly will not have forgotten the sweet taste and its thousand scents..
read more
FOR YOUR NEXT CHEESECAKE
COOKING TIPS
Delicious on toast or muffins
read more
TRADITIONAL ITALIAN MANDARIN MARMALADE RECIPE
RECIPES
Wash thoroughly the amount of mandarins desired
read more
MANDARIN IS..
HOW IT'S MADE
Mandarin is a fruit belonging to the Rutaceae family, along with
read more
NO DIRTY KNIVES OR SPOONS IN IT, PLEASE
BUYING AND STORING TIPS
Jam is preserved thanks to the high concentration of sugar which lowers water activity and acidity
read more
MADAME EST MALADE
HISTORY AND CULTURE
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, "marmalade" appeared in English language in 1480
read more
SWEET OR SALTY IT DOESN'T MATTER
COOKING TIPS
Marmalade marries particularly well with salty savory condiments such as
read more
Did you know?