With so many Italian immigrants in the States, it's no surprise that artisanal, American made, Italian inspired provisions have been popping up all over the country in the last few years.

Covering this topic is close to my heart. My grandmother was born in Parma, Italy. The name of the city might sound familiar, as it's the beginning of the word Parmigiano, or known in English as parmesan.  Parma is in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, known as La Grassa. They call it that because one eats well there. The region is known for its parmesan cheese, cured meats, like prosciutto, speck, and guanciale, as well as tortellini and other local specialties. I'm a self-proclaimed Italophile, so I had to create a list that does justice to American made, Italian inspired provisions. See this list of exceptional provisions anyone who loves Italy will enjoy.

American Made Italian Inspired Provisions

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