Grenadine Organic Rock Hill Olive Oil Arikara Yellow Bean
Grenadine, Organic Rock Hill Olive Oil, Arikara Yellow Bean - chefshop.com/enews
Can't read this email? Don't miss the
great pictures & graphics.
to read online.
Shop for Food & Ingredients
In this issue:
Arikara Yellow Beans
Featured Category - Fresh Cherries
a salty candy
chocolate & hazelnut
italian ground coffee
Ground and roasted for espresso makers. This extremely fine grind is perfect for tamping. Producing a rich, robust cup!
Grenadine - flash back in time
Jack Rudy Cocktail Company has done it again.
Taking an essential component, in this case
, and making old new again. It's about going backwards in time and making a
that is absolutely splendid'ish’esh for our taste receptors. Perhaps not just for them, but also in our memories.
By taking the old formula of
(from a single family farm) &
, along with a few ingredients, in a procedure that is undoubtedly a secret, to make a great grenadine that is not only new but also harkens to the past.
, pomum granatum, describing apple with many seeds, and grenade in old French meaning pomegranate. It is thus deduced that Grenadines etymology comes from it’s main ingredient, pomegranate juice?
The most modern of grenadine ingredients have changed from these three basic ingredients, to replacing grenade with red currants and other fruit juices. And then, to lower the cost of production even more, manufacturers have turned to a high fructose corn syrup,
, and the addition of flavorings & food coloring number blue, skipping fruit altogether, Not exactly true to the name!
, which has a tendency to be sour and tart, and sometimes even bitter,
Jack Rudy's grenadine
is the perfect mix of sweet, flavor-rich and sour. It’s so good that you can eat it with a spoon!
If we still had the direct flight on
from Seattle to South Carolina it would be worth hopping a plane just to get this Grenadine (and a bottle of Tonic Syrup), that's how good it is. Good thing we have our own supply!
Shop now for both Tonic and Grenadine! Enhance your life with a
for boys (cola & grenadine), or a
Shirley Temple for girls
(ginger ale & grenadine). Either way, with a good
or cola and using the original
, you can definitely go back in time!
Shop now for a step forward to back in time.
Rock Hill Ranch
Organic Olive Oil that makes you Cough!
The most distinctive part of this oil is that it seems to dance on your tongue. It's as if the juices of the olive are being squeezed just on the tip of the tongue, and the freshness of a perfect olive comes alive. Enjoy it, as it's a brief fleeting moment, yet refreshing and has you craving more.
That freshly crushed olive flavor spreads out across the tip of your tongue and then, like a fast moving fog, moves through your mouth followed by the slight burn in the back your throat, and then the much anticipated cough.
As it vaporizes in your mouth, in between coughs, you get this wonderful banana/fruity (Albert thinks it is artichoke/almond) feel that is very light and full of life (fragrant and green). It’s quite interesting. And with each taste more nuances make it quite an exploratory mission.
Rock Hill is like some of the great
from ancient groves that seem almost flat at first taste, perhaps overwhelming our senses initially and then are in fact very complex, even while being subtle at the same time. Rock Hill is more rounded this year than the years past or perhaps it is better described as less “in-your-face”. This olive oil has all the right notes to be distinctive, yet not dominating.
Added value for organic extra virgin olive oil: In a study from the
University of Louisiana
which examined the effect of
it was determined that it is this
; a phenolic natural compound that (may) causes the burn in the back of the throat and ultimately the cough. It’s this compound that is tied to olive oil being an anti-inflammatory.
And though it easy to liken it to a drug that helps with joint pain, in this recent study there is some evidence that it might in fact help with some elements in how the brain functions. In very simple terms,
proteins form plaques disrupting nerve cells in the
, and olive oil phenols help in removing this protein.
I love this oil!
Shop now for organic olive oil that makes you cough!
Arikara Yellow Beans
Willowood Farms grows a bean
A rare heirloom bean from the
Dakota Arikara tribe
, known to feed Lewis and Clark on their westward journey.
Arikara people are now a North Dakota Tribe after their population was devastated by smallpox in the 18th century. Centuries ago they were a semi-nomadic tribe living in the Great Plains and were primarily an agricultural society. Having crops including corn, squash, watermelon, pumpkins and Arikara Yellow beans.
It is commonly believed that these yellow beans moved with
Lewis and Clark
across the lands to the west.
Georgie of Willowood Farms, who grows my favorite bean of all time, the
, brings her
Arikara Yellow Bean
to you. She says that it is a good
bean because it holds its shape when baked. Try her
Braised Arikara Beans with Rosemary & Vinegar Recipe
. I am hoping to have made it before we publish!
Shop now for this great yellow bean!
Freshly picked, flow in, real saffron from Morocco.
Just bottled before it is judged to become a Tradizionale, this is the stunning perfection of how a properly aged balsamic can be. Every time I share a sample in the store I have some too, and I am reminded how good it is.
Cooking Classes with Chef Erin - Food of the Gods Class
Mediterranean food is filled with healthy ingredients and fabulous flavors. Join Chef Erin as she demonstrated some of the delicious Greek dishes that you can easily make at home! Dishes include: Grape Leaves Stuffed with Rice and Currants, Orzo Salad, Lemon Chicken Soup, Shrimp and Tomatoes with Feta, and Roasted Pears with Honey, Almonds and Greek Yogurt.
As the first of the spring foods pop up from the ground, it's the perfect time to add olive oil and balsamic vinegar to your counter! Come down and sample them to find your true soul mate.
This Weeks Recipes
Cassoulet Recipe Adapted from
Paula Wolfert's Toulouse Style Cassoulet
Chocolate Bark with Almonds Recipe
Braised Arikara Yellow Beans with Rosemary and Vinegar Recipe
Rice & Vegetables Salad Recipe
Spicy Caponata Recipe from Herbivoracious cookbooks!
Herbivoracious: A Flavor Revolution with 150 Vibrant and Original Vegetarian Recipes
See what you missed in previous Newsletters
Smokin' Hot Brittle
Hazelnut Gianera, Cordial Cherries, XXX Mustard
Live Bacteria, Salty Needs, Madras
ChefShop.com Toll-free: 1-800-596-0885
You've received this email because you have purchased from us or subscribed. We respect your privacy online, and will never share your email address.
To unsubscribe just click
TIM MAR PHOTOGRAPHY
JODI LUBY & COMPANY, INC.
NET; EMAIL STRATEGY:
CRM Group USA
Track Your Order
Food & Ingredients
Terms and Conditions
Newsletter Sign Up
eat simply live well
Shop Online, Order Toll-Free 800-596-0885, or Fax 206-267-2205
©1999-2014 ChefShop.com® All Rights Reserved.