Beet and Citrus Pizza with Feta CheeseMade with fresh beets and citrus for a kick of flavor, this unique beet and citrus pizza with feta cheese is an excellent meal for a night in with family!Campanelle with Fennel and SaffronCampanelle with Fennel and Saffron is a classic Sicilian dish, served in almost every restaurant on the island. Wild fennel, which has a more distinctive flavor than its cultivated cousin, is commonly used in Sicily. In the interest of convenience, we've used readily available cultivated fennel plus fennel seeds to boost the flavor.Perciatelli Con Le SardeA delicious pasta dish with fresh sardines that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. The thick spaghetti-like perciatelli tossed with capers and nuts is healthy, easy dish for a seafood dinner!Sausage StuffingOn Thanksgiving, the turkey is always accompanied by traditional stuffing. And while it's hard to mess with a classic side like that, we've altered the usual ingredients just so to create something a little more savory. Our Sausage Stuffing is unique, tasty, and has just enough flavor to boldly stand out.Grilled Salmon Skewers with Apricot and Fennel SaladMarinating with Colavita Extra Virgin Olive Oil and additional seasonings helps impart delicious flavor with minimal effort for our Grilled Salmon Skewers with Apricot and Fennel Salad recipe.Green Goddess Dip with CruditésGreen, green and more green! Not only is this Green Goddess dip a beautiful hue, it and all of the green veggies are brightened by the addition of radicchioWarm Spiced Olives with Artichoke Hearts and CitrusThese warm spiced olives make a delicious appetizer, or they can be stirred into pasta for a quick, flavorful weeknight dinner.Steak Salad with Shaved Fennel and Dried CherriesSeared steak, crisp greens and fennel, tart dried cherries, and salty cheese come together in this company-worthy main-course salad. While you’re prepping the ingredients, let the steak sit at room temperature, which will help it cook more evenly.Farro Salad with Artichokes and FennelRadicchio, fennel, cannellini beans, pine nuts, and artichoke hearts give this grain salad an Italian accent, and make it hearty enough to be a meatless main dish. It packs well, making it ideal for picnics or weekday lunches.