Gift Bag with Pesto, Flatbread, and Biscotti, or $50 for $100 Worth of Gifts and Gourmet Groceries at Bella Cucina

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In a Nutshell

Chef and cookbook author Alisa Barry culls produce from her organic garden for Mediterranean-inspired sauces, spreads, and olive oils

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 31st, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Pre-order required for bag option. In-store bag pick-up begins 12/15/12. Extra $18.95 shipping fee if not picked up in-store. Shipping valid within US only. Not valid for sale items or with other offers or promotions. Some items may be substituted. Valid only for Bella Cucina brand products. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Groceries, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, are a basic living expense. Get the fundamentals with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$55 for an Artful Entertaining gift bag (up to a $150 value)

  • Bella Cucina Porta Via gift bag with tissue paper and ribbon
  • La Bella Vita cookbook
  • Artichoke-lemon pesto, golden-pepper pesto, and vidalia-onion pesto
  • Pane rustico flatbread
  • Aromatic olive oil
  • Aromatic savory salt
  • Organic artisan blood-orange preserves
  • Organic artisan preserved apricots or plums in syrup
  • Bag of biscotti

$50 for $100 worth of gourmet groceries, such as artichoke pesto ($12) and organic chestnut honey ($12).

Both options can be redeemed in store or online with shipping anywhere in the US.

Bella Cucina

On a 6-acre farm in rural Georgia, Bella Cucina owner Alisa Barry and her team of chefs cook produce from their organic garden into small batches of artisanal sauces, spreads, and olive oils. Their "unbelievably delicious" artichoke-lemon pesto earned a spot on Oprah’s O List in 2004, and Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Thing To Do calls the full roster of sauces "mouthwatering."

But the food is only one part of Barry’s mission to empower gourmands. She also stocks shelves with dozens of Italian cookbooks that brim with slow-food recipes and designs a line of ceramic cookware that respond to junk food by defensively sealing their lids.

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