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Traditional Easter dinner for Italians brims with springtime delights

By: Roberta Sabban
Source: Palm Beach Daily News
Date: April 4, 2012
The Italian Easter table is a mosaic of the symbolic dishes of the season. Every province has its own unique specialties that represent resurrection, fertility and rebirth. The spectrum covers earthy foods, both savory and sweet, to an array of...
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Traditional Easter dinner for Italians brims with springtime delights

Under the Tuscan Sun

By: Daphne Nikolopoulos
Source: Palm Beach Illustrated
Date: January 31, 2012
On a hilltop in Tuscany, above a valley planted with vines and olive trees, sits a thousand-year-old stone house that is the apex of the three paragons of la dolce vita—love, laughter and lemon pasta. If you don’t know about that third one, let us tell you a story.
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Under the Tuscan Sun

Plate and Cork: Grain-based salads a tasty way to eat healthy

By: Roberta Sabban
Source: Palm Beach Daily News
Date: September 7, 2011
When it comes to modern ideas on healthy eating, plant-based diets seem to be all the rage. Grains are the chief form of sustenance, in the form of complex carbohydrates, in most of the world. Although the United States is one of the world’s largest grain producers, only 25 percent of Americans’ daily calories come from grains. They provide 50 percent of the rest of the world’s daily calorie count.
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Plate and Cork: Grain-based salads a tasty way to eat healthy

Tequesta couple's handmade soaps leave reviewers in a lather

By: Staci Sturrock
Source: Palm Beach Daily News
Date: September 7, 2011
Like so many modern career paths, Tequesta resident Joanna Schmidt's trajectory contains its share of zigs and zags. The native of New York's Brooklyn borough earned an education degree from Ohio's Antioch College. Taught underprivileged preschoolers in Boston and tended bar at a Tex-Mex restaurant. Worked as a receptionist in a New York art gallery and an account executive at a sweepstakes house.
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Tequesta couple's handmade soaps leave reviewers in a lather

Taste of uber-chic Sylt comes to Palm Beach's Amici Market

By: Robert Janjigian
Source: Palm Beach Daily News
Date: August 26, 2011
The other day, while I was picking up some lunch to take back to the office at Amici Market, owner Maurizio Ciminella told me about a new collection of products he just started carrying on the island.
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Taste of uber-chic Sylt comes to Palm Beach's Amici Market

Quick Bites: Openings

By: Liz Balmaseda
Source: PBPulse, Operated by The Palm Beach Post
Date: December 8, 2010
AMICI MARKET has opened in the Palm Beach space formerly occupied by Market Salamander.

Ciminella, Cuillo open Amici Market in former Salamander location

By: M.M. Coultier
Source: Palm Beach Daily News
Date: December 4, 2010
Palm Beach’s newest gourmet grocer and fine-food emporium has been bustling as patrons fill their carts with everything from Heinz ketchup to hormone-free grass-fed beef, smoked salmon, Cipriani bellini mix and cucumber-and-tomato salad. Amici Market — with its tastefully simple red, green and white logo centered with a ruby-red tomato image — opened Tuesday, occupying approximately 5,700 square feet formerly home to Market Salamander and before that, Herbert’s Lafayette.
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Ciminella, Cuillo open Amici Market in former Salamander location

Amici Market plans late October opening in former Salamander space

By: M.M. Coultier
Source: Palm Beach Daily News
Date: September 25, 2010
Longtime Palm Beach restaurateur Maurizio Ciminella is poised to unveil his next business venture on the island a retail gourmet grocery and fine-food emporium. If all goes according to plan, Amici Market — which takes its name from the Palm Beach restaurant Ciminella operated for 16 years — will open at the end of October at 155 N. County Road, occupying approximately 5,700 square feet formerly home to Market Salamander.
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