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Spicy Olive Bruschetta


Spicy Olive Bruschetta by Shroom's Kitchens is a unique giardiniera of black and green olives blended with plump Roma tomatoes, Genovese basil, celery, onions and a bit of chile peppers. Created by Chef Rocco Novello in his Italian eatery, this spicy olive brushetta will dress up your favorite pasta, add a whole new taste to toasted bread, top a sandwhich or can be enjoyed as a salsa, folded into an omelet or top a salad. Choose either one 16 oz. jar or three 16 oz. jars.

We are the oldest Mushroom Farm in the Midwest! We grow our own mushrooms and hand harvest them in rural Wisconsin and prepare our one-of-a-kind family recipes using a special process in our licensed farm kitchen. Featured on Food Network Food Finds.

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Choose one 16 oz. jar or three 16 oz. jars
Ingredients: Tomatoes, Onion, Celery, Raosted Garlic, Red and Green Bell Peppers, Serrano Peppers, Sugar, Kosher Salt, Spices, Canola Oil, Green Olives with Pimento, Sliced Black Olives, White Vinegar
A Message from Shrooms Kitchen Dear Friends of the Farm, I want to take this opportunity to say thank you. For almost thirty years now, it has been you, our friends and customers, that have helped keep the dream and vision of my father, Bill Rose, alive. That vision to grow the very finest quality fresh mushrooms continues to be the guiding principle for the Shrooms Kitchen as well. Producing the finest quality specialty foods in small batches, by our own hands, is truly a labor of love. ...

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