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Build Your Own Sundae Ice Cream Social

July 21, 2014 in Holidays and Gatherings

Dating back to the 18th century, the Ice Cream Social still reigns as a leading medium to foster community. The only technology you need is a scoop. That’s why, when we think about celebrating National Ice Cream Month, as proclaimed by President Ronald Reagan in 1984...

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Peanutters

July 17, 2014 in What's New

It’s a myth that elephants eat peanuts. To think that an animal weighing upwards of 13 tons would pursue a food that is, well... pea-sized, is more than just a little nutty. In fact, elephants have to spend 16 or more hours a day eating just to sustain their girth. Comparatively, humans have no such trouble sustaining their girth. That may be a large part of why we find tiny peanuts so hugely irresistible. Plus, we like the taste! Trader Joe’s Peanutters Mini Peanut Butter Cookies are people-bite-sized cookies packed with...

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Key Lime Pie

July 15, 2014 in What's New

Aunt Sally sure knew how to make a pie. And that’s good because she was the household cook for a Bahamian millionaire with a sweet tooth. The pie that she made for William Curry and his Key West estate in the late 19th century is today an icon of Floridian food and a celebrated American classic. Trader Joe’s now reveals our own tart and tasty version of Key Lime Pie—just in time for those hot summer evenings when you don’t want to bake, but still want to eat like you did...

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