Artichoke Tomato Bruschetta

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Artichoke Tomato Bruschetta
Artichoke Tomato Bruschetta by Elki

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Artichoke Tomato Bruschetta

Elki Gourmet
Weight: 12 oz

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Seattle, Washington
This zesty, Mediterranean-inspired blend of sun ripened tomatoes and artichokes mixed with fresh garlic and herbs, is a favorite in The Savory Pantry. You'll find it often baked in to a savory cheesecake, an elegant hors d'oeuvre when served with crisp flatbread and a chilled, dry white wine. Also delicious tossed into pasta, or as a topping for a baked potato or grilled seafood.
  • Spread on a toasted baguette or cracker
  • Toss into hot or cold pasta dishes
  • Use on seafood, grilled meats or vegetables
  • A delicious baked potato topping
  • Recipe idea: Spread Artichoke Tomato Bruschetta on a toasted baguette, sprinkle feta cheese on top and put in oven for 5 minutes or until cheese melts. Top with fresh basil.
Artichokes, Diced Tomatoes (Citric Acid, Calcium Chloride, Water, Canola Oil, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Parsley, Salt, Spices, White Vinegar
As a young girl, Elizabeth Lie, founder and owner of Elki Gourmet, had a passion for great food. Little did she know that her passion for the food world would be fulfilled by a company her father, Gunnar, started "unintentionally" in 1984. Her father was already the head of Norpro, a successful kitchenware business. He had no intention of starting another business until a couple of people from Scandinavia asked that he help them sell their homemade preserves from Denmark -a product under the label Scandinavian Delights. After declining a couple of times, he agreed to take the preserves to a gourmet products trade show. Little did he know, the preserves would sell so well and create a following. The company of Elki was born!

Years went by and the Scandinavian Delight Preserves' sales grew and grew. During her summer break in college, Elizabeth helped out at Elki and realized she wanted to be a part of the gourmet food industry. In 1995 she came to work at Elki full time and, after a few years, bought the company.

Elki uses only the highest quality ingredients to create the finest specialty food products, both importing and creating original recipes domestically. They maintain a solid reputation in the gourmet food industry and are the recipients of several national awards for their products.