DioGuardi’s Italian Market and Deli passionate about food in Canton

DioGuardi’s Italian Market and Deli has been at 3116 Market Ave. N in Canton since 1948. The store was founded in the early 1900s.

Stepping inside of the door of DioGuardi’s Italian Market and Deli, a visitor is confronted with a fantastic maze of outdated-world authenticity and seemingly unlimited products and solutions and goodies.

Where to commence is the question. But when owner Jeff Labowitz is the tour guide, it’s great entertaining.

Food stuff is just about everywhere you convert. Handmade Italian sub sandwiches. A deli counter featuring high quality spiced Italian ham, 8 varieties of salami and cheeses galore. Throughout the store are staff members all set to serve prepared foods—jumbo meatballs, stuffed peppers, chicken Parmesan, bourbon-glazed salmon, rooster piccata, balsamic asparagus, roasted potatoes, chicken Marsala, panko-crusted cod. Turn all over and there is a refrigerated display circumstance with lasagna, hen fettuccini Alfredo, marriage ceremony soup and other specialties made on-web-site.

Labowitz pointed to big rice balls at the rear of the glass called arancini.

Stuffed with mozzarella and seasonings, coated with bread crumbs and fried, he said the Italian original is “like a warm hug in a bowl.”

DioGuardi’s Italian Market and Deli has been at 3116 Market Ave. N in Canton since 1948. The store was founded in the early 1900s.

A several actions above is premium limoncello. Plenty of wine, as well. Keep going and shelves are stocked with handmade pizzelles from a bakery in New Philadelphia and other sweet delights, including lemon ricotta cookies. Pasta is plentiful, which includes bronze-slice design. Sweet from Corbo’s Bakery in Cleveland is an additional temptation. Spices are from Pittsburgh.

All the although, Labowitz was full of strength, detailing the origins of the products and solutions and greeting consumers by title. He’s also satisfied to share DioGuardi’s background, which traces to Italian immigrants by the exact name and their original recipes for spaghetti sauce and Italian sausage.

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