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Grilled Eggplant with Oregano Sea Salt

Nothing reminds me me more of summer than cold grilled eggplants with the fragrance of oregano and fresh mint, drenched in olive oil, eaten as we return from the beach 4 Medium sized eggplants, about 900 gm RAVIDA Extra Virgin Olive Oil RAVIDA Oregano Sea Salt RAVIDA Vinegar and Wine Must 2 cloves of new […]

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Exhibitions

Just a month to go and we’ll fly to NYC for the opening of the 60th Fancy Food Show. Stephane Nataf will be on the Rogers Collection Booth #2150 to introduce you to our latest products. See you there!

Drinking RAVIDA in Japan

RAVIDA’S 15 years in Japan

Champagne? No. RAVIDA Olive Oil. Japanese love our oil so much that Top Chefs in Tokyo pour it abundantly over sushi and sashimi, grilled fish and meats, rice and fresh tofu and, when not fully satisfied yet, they just…

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Linguine with cherry tomatoes, capers and summer herbs

A generous grating of ricotta infornata – baked ricotta – until recently only available in the province of Messina is the key to this dish. However, if you are missing the key ingredient, try with pecorino, a dried ricotta or a dry goat cheese. You can also try replacing basil with mint or oregano. It is still absolutely delicious, fresh and summery.

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Pasta with cauliflower and pine nuts

Sicilian cauliflowers are a popular staple food but this delicious pasta combining north african flavors such as pine nuts, black currants and saffron will unlikely appear on a restaurant menu. It also makes a savory side to a Sunday roast.   Serves 4 1 cauliflower weighing about 600gms/1 ½ lbs 1/4 cup pine nuts 1/4 […]

Pennette with lemon zest

Linguine with lemon zest

(Italiano) Un’altra delle mie paste preferite, nella sua semplicità. Non risparmiate sulla qualità degli ingredienti, è tutto lì. Harusada Shimizu, lo chef della trattoria Mangia Pesce nell’elegante quartiere di Shibuya a Tokyo, l’ha inserita nello speciale menu ‘Colazione a Casa Ravidà’ e la perfezione giapponese non ha tradito: la migliore pasta al limone che abbia mai assaggiato.