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TIP OF THE DAY: Get Seasonal With Pumpkin-Accented Everyday Foods

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 20:21:00 +0000

In our childhood, fall meant a choice of pumpkin pie or pumpkin pie. Today, there’s pumpkin everything. Walk into your favorite food store: You’ll find pumpkin-themed products in every aisle. Start the day with pumpkin yogurt or a bowl of pumpkin granola, toasted Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice English Muffins and bagels. Wash them down with pumpkin […]

TIP OF THE DAY: Liberté Organic Yogurt

Mon, 12 Sep 2016 19:22:02 +0000

[1] From top clockwise: French Lavender, Washington Cherry and Philippine Coconut. [2] Close-up on coconut. Note the haiku under the top foil. [3] Lemon and strawberry; note the triangular containers (all photos courtesy Liberté).   We have long been enamored with Liberté yogurt, from the moment some 10 years ago that we plucked a few […]

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Choctál’s Singe Origin Ice Cream

Thu, 21 Jul 2016 12:21:06 +0000

When we first reviewed Choctál ice cream in 2007, it was a unique experience. It still is. The California company pioneered single origin ice cream in the two most popular flavors, chocolate and vanilla. The line—four single origin chocolate ice creams and four single origin vanillas—demonstrate how the flavor varies, based on the origin of […]

TIP OF THE DAY: Cooking In Parchment, Or “En Papillote”

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:06:14 +0000

Today is the first-ever National Parchment Day, celebrated on the last Wednesday of June to bring awareness to those who have not yet discovered the joy of working with culinary parchment. The holiday was created by PaperChef, a leading producer of premium culinary parchment. The right way to declare a holiday is to submit a […]

TIP OF THE DAY: Hibiscus Salt & Ways To Use It

Mon, 16 May 2016 12:42:58 +0000

Top: Margarita rim. Second: Cupcake garnish. Third: Salad garnish. Third: Eggs. Photos courtesy Bottom: Hibiscus flower. Photo courtesy   A number of years ago, hibiscus flowers became a trendy ingredient for mixologists and pastry chefs, with the import of Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup from Australia’s Wild Hibiscus Flower Company. It took us […]

TIP OF THE DAY: Cheese Spreads, Cheese Condiments

Sat, 09 Apr 2016 12:45:09 +0000

Top: Crostini with Brie, Serrano ham and Fig Spread (photo courtesy Favor The Moments). Bottom: Enjoy trying the different spreads with different cheeses (photo courtesy Bonne Maman).   What’s a cheese condiment? What’s a cheese spread? you may ask. Here’s the food nerd explanation: Cheese spread is one of the sweet cheese condiments. A condiment […]

PRODUCT: Boulder Canyon Potato Chips With Healthier Oils

Sat, 19 Mar 2016 21:01:29 +0000

March 14th was National Potato Chip Day, a good time to focus on what’s new in chips. We spent the day tasting Boulder Canyon chips fried in 100% better-for-you oils: avocado oil, coconut oil and olive oil: Avocado Oil Chips: Canyon Cut, Jalapeno, Malt Vinegar & Sea Salt, Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper Coconut Oil […]

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Curate Snack Bars

Mon, 07 Mar 2016 12:32:25 +0000

America doesn’t need another “good for you” snack bar. The $6.2 billion U.S. snack market is plenty crowded as it is. The Curate brand’s research turned up more than 1,000 varieties of snack bars. But when you taste Curate, you’ll be delighted that management decided to enter the premium snack bar market. The brand took […]

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Shpickles Pickled Vegetables, Shmolives Pickled Olives

Tue, 16 Feb 2016 13:44:15 +0000

Last summer, when scouting a Brooklyn food festival, we came across Shpickles, Shmolives and Shnuts. They’re made by hand by a mom-and-son company called Brooklyn Whatever. Mom, a social worker and son, a chef, started a family business to add more flavor to pickles, olives and nuts. The result: unique, assertively spiced, better-for-you snacks, garnishes, […]

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Raincoast Crisps, Crackers That Have It All

Thu, 03 Dec 2015 18:04:23 +0000

For holidays, we always spring for special crackers. We have our year-round go-to favorites, but a special occasion deserves special crackers with the hors d’oeuvre, soup and cheese courses. Raincoast Crisps is one of the finest cracker lines made. Lesley Stowe spent years as a caterer before the demand for her crisps grew so great, […]