This short online piece begins with a warning. It is this. Any further reading from this point onwards could cause you to become quite hungry. But perhaps you are already hungry for european food imports. Perhaps you were already thinking of your stomach and its refined requirements. Home grown olives simply will not do. Better still, the olives and the oils that come from the branches of the finest, fertile soils of the Tuscan valley. Or perhaps you consider yourself to be something of a juice connoisseur, to say nothing about your taste for fine wines.
The world’s best oranges can be sourced from the Iberian Peninsula. And if your taste is sweet, you can shop online for the world’s most famous champagne from where else but Champagne, France. The world’s best salami? Well, that is quite a hot potato. Speaking of which, how about the red sweet potato. That can be bought online too. If its properly packaged, the organic basket can be shipped over to you in just a few days, safely and arrive on your doorstop still fresh as the day it was picked.
There is nothing finer than Italian sausage. You can enjoy this as a delicatessen snack. A good entre for the main meal. But as a main course, for those of you with really big appetites, you might prefer the big, fat German sausage. This is the country from which the famous hotdog and even more famous burger originated. Salsa jars, now that’s nice. It’s a good relish for your quick-fix meals. It’s great for your weekend barbecues. Oh, and what about this? Go to the Baltics and then enter the Black Sea area.
And get yourself a good crate of caviar or a generous bunch of turnips.