Italian Jam – Rigoni di Asiago


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Since we are on the topic of jams, jellies, and marmalades, it’s only right that I share my favorite jam with you all. Rigoni di Asiago!

This beautiful Italian brand produces certified organic jams amongst other things.

Still relatively hard to find in the United States, for me trips to Milan are synonymous with trips to the supermarket. (Rigoni jams, pasta and of course olive oil fill my custom forms…)

Needless to say Mr. Big’s Victorian Sandwich was made with Rigoni di Asiago, in specific their “fragole e fragoline di bosco”, made from 5 varieties of strawberries, including wild mini strawberries.


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