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Darrell Corti operates an Italian Deli in Sacramento and writes the most erudite deli newsletter in US for gourmets. In May I wrote the following review of his quarterly newsletter:
The newsletter is an extremely erudite compendium on the background behind many of the unusual items produced for Corti Brothers, and on how to use them. Lemongrass – ginger sauce; herbed salt from Sicily; a thin-skinned cannelloni bean grown in Pescadero; Sherry vinegar from Spain; Persian cookies; where to dine in Tokyo; a creamed honey ~ these are just a smattering of the topics in the latest newsletter alone. It is about the only piece of promotional mail that I always look forward to reading.
I just discovered the online archive of his newsletters so I thought I would share that link with my readers.
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