Wednesday October 21, 2020

Tried and tasted

Given the simplicity of its ingredients and production method, it's amazing the diversity of taste in pesto.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
15th June, 2013
To my palate, Greystone's The Happy Pear has produced a pesto sine qua non.

Pesto perfection

Given the simplicity of its ingredients and production method, it's amazing the diversity of taste in pesto. From the dried-herb sensation of mass-produced, vacuum-packed jars to the hit-and-miss texture of the stuff I make at home after some wild garlic foraging, finding one with top-notch, fresh but consistent flavour isn't easy. But when you do, I'll guarantee you'll fall in love.

To my palate, Greystone's The Happy Pear has produced a pesto sine...

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