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Speculoos Cookie Butter Ice Cream

August 18, 2014 in What's New

Our Speculoos Cookie Butter and variations on the theme are easy to spread on waffles, pancakes, toast, apples, and even other cookies. But butter isn’t so easily “spread” on ice cream. We’ve tried heating and drizzling it—not the most effortless medium! If you’ve been dreaming, like us, of that no-brainer combination of ice cream and Speculoos Cookie Butter, you can wake up now... it’s here...

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Thomcord Seedless Grapes

August 14, 2014 in What's New

These dazzling, dark-purple gems came to be as the result of crossbreeding Concord and Thompson grapes. They have the blue-black hue and aromatic flavor of the Concord (think of the grape juice or grape jelly from your childhood), with a touch of Thompson sweetness. And while we absolutely love their Concord grape flavor, we think their very best quality comes from the Thompson side of the family—they’re seedless! Yes, friends, seedless! (You may find a small, edible “trace seed,” much like the white seeds in watermelon, but we promise these are free of actual grape seeds.) If you’re fans of...

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Sweet Chili Chèvre

August 08, 2014 in What's New

When we think of cheese and milk in the U.S., we think cows. However, much of the rest of the world thinks goats. And though we might not classify chèvre (from chièvre, Old French for “goat”) as exotic, we still tend not to enjoy it all that often. Consider Trader Joe’s Sweet Chili Chèvre an excellent excuse to add more goat cheese into your diet! More similar to human milk (than is cow’s milk), chèvre is also easier on the digestive tract. It has a more tart taste due to a higher proportion of fatty acids (than are present in cow’s milk cheese). And...

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