Summer Cookout 2024 – Balsamic & Olive Oil 6-Pack

Grilled Nectarine Bruschetta with Honey Mascarpone, Pistachios and Basil

Our infused or fused olive oils and balsamics make fantastic marinades and finishing sauces for grilled meats, vegetables and even fruit. We’ve put together a new 6-pack of select, flavorful olive oils and balsamics, (all 60 mL) which make a great hostess gift or a something special for a foodie friend’s birthday.

You can mix and match the flavors in this box as your tastebuds wish, or you can use use some of these recipes for inspiration.

The 2024 Summer Cookout 6-pack will be available in our markets and online in early June.

What’s included in the 2024 Summer Cookout 6-Pack:

  • Sigona’s smoky Chipotle olive oil
  • Sigona’s raspberry balsamic
  • Sigona’s golden pineapple white balsamic
  • Sigona’s 12-year aged condimento tradizionale balsamic
  • Sigona’s olive wood smoked olive oil
  • Sigona’s Milanese gremolata olive oil

Check out these serving suggestions:

Balsamic Marinated Portobello Mushroom Burgers with Sun Dried Tomatoes and Crumbled Smokey Blue
Make this into a burger or leave off the bun for a delicious and satisfying gluten-free meal! Marinating the portobellos in a combination of Sigona’s organic balsamic, or our 12-year aged balsamic, and our new Milanese Gremolata infused olive oil adds layers of savory and slightly sweet flavor that, once when on the grill, will get the neighbors peeking over the fence to see what’s cookin’. Gremolata is a traditional Italian herbal condiment consisting of fresh lemon zest, minced garlic, Italian flat leaf parsley and a hint of mint. It’s perfect for this dish! Serves 2.
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Smoky Chipotle Olive Oil & Golden Pineapple White Balsamic Grill Marinade
You can use this marinade for pork chops, tri-tip or chicken thighs! The smoky Chipotle provides a layer of heat which pairs nicely with the sweetness of the golden pineapple, a flavor that intensifies and caramelizes as it cooks. Remember to reserve about 3 tablespoons of marinade before adding to your meat that can be used as a finishing sauce when serving. Recipe courtesy of Veronica Foods.
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Grilled Nectarine Bruschetta with Honey Mascarpone, Pistachios and Basil
Grilling fruit caramelizes its natural sugars, presenting a greater depth of flavor. The light charring of both the fruit and the bread pairs deliciously with the sweetness of the honey and the tang of the balsamic. You can, of course, easily leave the fruit in a raw state if you wish. Using a fat loaf of bread makes for generous slices of bruschetta. Inspired by Cooking Light. Serves 8 (or 16 if you halve the slices).
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Grilled Nectarine Bruschetta with Honey Mascarpone, Pistachios and Basil
Roasted or Grilled Radicchio Drizzled with Balsamic and Honey
When served raw, radicchio is quite bitter. Though it retains the majority of its bitter bite when cooked, the flavor of radicchio mellows when roasted as the process brings out some of its natural, subtle sweetness while the sugars caramelize in the oven. We’ve combined our 12-year aged balsamic condimento tradizionale with local, raw honey to give this side an even sweeter presentation, while leaving enough of radicchio’s natural bitter flavor for those who seek it. Roasted radicchio goes well with any roasted meat. Serves 4 as a side.
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Roasted Radicchio Drizzled with Balsamic and Honey
Smoked Olive Wood & Cherry (or berry) Pork Marinade
Our savory, all-natural olive wood smoked olive oil makes a perfect marinade for meat or veggies that are going to cook on the grill. The flavor notes of smoked olive wood are similar to oak. Pork pairs well with cherries, so combining all these ingredients together makes a delicious sweet-savory meal that’s great for the grill. Serves 2.
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Olive Wood Smoked Oil & Cherry Balsamic Pork Marinade

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