As seen in the New York Times
MEET MARIA AND GREG
Maria was 19 years old when she tasted pesto for the first time. She thought it to be the elixir of the gods and vowed to herself that when older, would learn how to perfect the recipe. Many years later, she did! As her family grew, she knew that staying home and providing for them was what she wanted to do. Her husband Greg designed the logo, their pet Chihuahua, Buddha, became the inspiration for the name, and voila, the rest is history!
Buddhapesto is a family-owned and run business. For over 18 years we have been serving the Hudson Valley and beyond. At Buddhapesto, we pride ourselves on creating the freshest, cleanest product we can offer to the public while striving to stay as green as possible. We take great care in preparing all the ingredients from scratch in a made-to-order fashion, using only the freshest ingredients available.
Markets & Stores
Where to find us!
Find us at your local farmers market or grocery store. We primarily supply stores within the Ulster and Albany County area, with more stores on the way. Check our Market & Stores page to find out where Buddhapesto is available. If you are having trouble getting to the stores in time (as the pesto tends to sell out quickly), feel free to order online!
"As we always say, It's all in the tasting so go ahead, and enlighten your taste buds”.
You will understand why our pesto is so
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Quality ingredients sourced locally when in season.
Our pesto contains select ingredients processed in perfect harmony. Buddhapesto's ingredients are: Fresh Basil, Italian Parsley, Pure Olive Oil, Imported Pecorino Romano Cheese, Pignoli (Pine) Nuts, Fresh Garlic, Tri-Colored Pepper and Sea Salt.
Give your everyday meals a gourmet feel with pesto . Pesto is a combination of fragrant basil leaves, hearty garlic, old-fashioned Pecorino Romano cheese, rich olive oil, and delicate pine nuts, pureed to a delectable, thick sauce. Pesto has its origins in Liguria, Italy, where people have been making it for hundreds of years with the brilliant green basil that grows wild on the hillsides. The popularity of pesto has spread like crazy as people across the world have come to love its heady aroma and its bold, satisfying flavor.