Unbreaded Visits The Fancy Food Show

By: Jeff Vogel, posted Jul 1, 2009 at 9:00 am

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This week the Unbreaded team went to the 55th Annual NASFT Fancy Food Show in New York.  Producers and purveyors of great foods from every corner of the globe came together to showcase their products: charcuterie, olives, vinegars, spices, cheeses, sauces, spreads, condiments, chips, crisps, crackers, pastas, breads, coffees, teas, juices, beers, wines, waters, jams, honeys, candies, pastries, gelati, and chocolates.  And after sampling a few of the world’s very best cured meats, artisinal cheeses, gourmet olives, rustic breads and herb-infused oils, we found ourselves really craving a muffuletta sandwich.

For more about the Fancy Food Show, check out what people are saying on Twitter.

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  • Ben Greenberg

    f twitter but that prosciutto di parma looks magnificent. almost enough so to get a boy on a budget to drop $100/lb @ dibrunos…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ben-Kessler/10500021 Ben Kessler

    I sometimes indulge in the jamón ibérico at DiBruno which is something like $129/lb. Just have to set a budget for yourself and have them constantly check it on the scale.

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