Special Holiday Hours in December

Gallucci’s Holiday Hours for December:

Sunday, Dec. 17th, 9 AM to 2 PM
Mon-Thur, Dec. 18-21st, 8 AM to 7 PM
Friday, Dec 22nd, 7:30 AM to 7 PM
Saturday, Dec 23rd, 7:30 AM to 6 PM
Sunday, Dec 24th, 8 AM to 3 PM
Closed on Christmas Day!

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Gallucci’s Gift Baskets

Gallucci’s Gift Baskets…. the perfect gift for the Holidays! Starting at only $49.99. Call us at 216-881-0045 x20 to place your order, or drop in to select from some of our ready-to-buy baskets!

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Gallucci’s Gift Cards Make The Perfect Gift!

Give the gift of great Italian food! Available at the cash registers, or call us at 216-881-0045 and we will mail them to you!

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Save On Six!

Case discounts of 10% now available when you buy six bottles or more of wine.

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CucinaPro Pizzelle Bakers

Gallucci’s is proud to carry the CucinaPro line of Pizelle Bakers. These pizzelle bakers make perfect European-style pizzelles with the traditional snowflake designs. Available in three different models: Dual 5″ Baker in polished metal, Dual 5″ Baker with non-stick finish, and Quad 3.25″ Baker with non-stick finish.

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Ask Gallucci’s: Freezing Olive Oil

We’ve received some questions lately about whether freezing olive oil can verify the purity of the oil. One theory we’ve heard is that only authentic Extra Virgin Olive Oil will turn solid in the refridgerator, and lesser oils will remain liquid. From what I’ve discovered through some research, this is not true. All oils will eventually turn solid if the temperature gets low enough, but some oils have been treated or ‘winterized’ to reduce the temperature at which the solids will form, for cosmetic purposes (because consumers might not buy the oil if it appears chunky or cloudy.) Further, the exact temperature at which an Extra Virgin Olive Oil will freeze (or turn solid) can not be predicted ahead of time, since it depends a great deal on the type of olive and the degree of ripeness at the time of pressing.

Here is a link to an article with much more information.

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