We would argue that the Big Game is just as much about Big Eating as it is about enjoying a great game of football. But we might be biased. Whether you’re more interested in the action on the field or the action in the kitchen, there is one thing we can all agree upon: nachos are delicious. So when it comes to Big Game Big Eating, pile it on!
Need some inspiration? Our trio of off-the-beaten-path nacho recipes always earns the extra points. Ready to make your play? Pick and choose products from our Special Teams to strategize an impressive Game Day creation of your very own. Carefully selected, these ingredients can be combined this way, that way, the other way…any way you pile it, you are sure to produce nacho average nachos—guaranteed to impress nacho traditionalists and nacho pioneers alike.
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In fall, Arbequina olives are harvested on ranches in the Sierra foothills; a special blend of the first pressing of those olives is destined for Trader Joe’s...Read More
Working on putting some heat into your relationship this Valentine’s Day? Want to make it clear that you’re sweet on your sweetie? Trader Joe’s has the hot stuff you need...Read More
Have you seen our Spotlight Cheeses? Every month, we find a new and interesting cheese with a distinct point of view and an excellent price. Some come from exotic locations – like the Isle of Man. Or Utah. Some are crafted with the first spring milk from grass fed cows. Some have been made just for us by small, farmstead cheesemakers. And they’re all...Read More
We’ve got a robust line-up of frozen burger patties at Trader Joe’s, including options for everyone. We’ve got burgers from the pastures (Ground Buffalo Burgers, Grass Fed Beef Burgers); burgers from the sea (Simply Seasoned Tuna Burgers, Mahi Mahi Burgers); burgers for the birds (Turkey Burgers, Chile Lime Chicken Burgers); and even several “meat-less” options (Vegetable Masala Burgers, Pizza Veggie Burgers, Quinoa Cowboy Veggie Burgers). Is there room for one more? Always! Our new...Read More
Pickled things are surging in food culture. We’ve seen evidence of this in the popularity of our Sauerkraut with Pickled Persian Cucumbers. Now, we’re adding to our pickled deli items with Trader Joe’s Spicy Pickled Vegetables. It’s our own version of Jalapeños en Escabeche... with a twist. Jalapeños en Escabeche is traditionally a mix of pickled peppers, carrots, and onions. We’ve given this Mexican condiment a twist, adding...Read More
These buttery, crunchy shortbread cookies hail from Scotland, where modern-day shortbread is said to have originated, perhaps as long ago as the 12th century. Our supplier is a family-owned company that’s been making its signature shortbread cookies for more than 100 years. Given their history, they tend to make a very traditional shortbread cookie. Nothing wrong with that. But we like to mix things up, and when we discussed this possibility with them, we found out that they, too, like to...Read More
It’s time we set the record straight: the word macaron is not an alternate spelling of macaroon. Macarons are French almond-meringue dessert sandwiches, whereas macaroons are sweet lumps of shredded coconut that have a toasted, golden crust. Both are delicious confections—but that’s where the similarities end. Having cleared that up, let us introduce you specifically to Trader Joe’s Molten Macarons. You might say these are really a combination of...Read More
The only U.S. state with an official question is New Mexico. That question is simply, “Red or green?” This is not a question of stoplight preference or favorite Christmas tones; it refers to chiles. The chile is a pepper cultivar native to New Mexico. Ripe chiles are red, and can be quite spicy. Green chiles, on the other hand, are harvested before they reach ripeness. They can range in heat, but are typically not as hot as red chiles. Regardless of...Read More