This pass Saturday I visited Gustiamo, an Italian food company, to attend their a tasting. I haven’t blogged about Gustiamo in a while, so to tell some of my new followers about Gustiamo, I’ll just say that their food is indeed high quality food. Knowing about Gustiamo did change my way of looking at food and even my way of eating. Some of their products are expensive but I would encourage anyone to buy at least their olive oil and taste real Italian food.
The following photos were taken at the Tasting.
In this photo, a customer is checking out Gustiamo’s “Terra Amore & Fantasia” – Peeled Tomatoes by Sabatino Abagnale
I know this picture is a little blurry but look at little Joaquin’s face. He was so excited to be tasting Gustiamo’s food. He wanted to try all the jams on the table and I think if his dad was not there to guide him, he would have.
No matter how many jams he tried, he kept going back to the Bergamot Marmalade by Caffè Sicilia.
Before Joaquin’s father manged to pull him away from the table, Joaquin pointed to the Bergamot Marmalade and declared that it was the yummy one. This was before Martina cut the Traditional Pandoro by Pasticceria Biasetto,a sweet type of holiday cake. After he got a piece of the cake, he walked away from the table with his eyes towards the heavens repeatedly saying SUPER YUMMY.
“What’s not to like when you’re with food?” -Martina from Gustiamo
Here two customers are trying Gustiamo’s jams.