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Salted Caramel Bread Pudding

July 06, 2015 in What's New

You’re going to love our Salted Caramel Bread Pudding... though it may not be the “pudding” you’re expecting. It’s not that creamy custard that comes in a cup. No, we’re talking real pudding-pudding; a food as old as the Middle Ages, dating back to at least the 11th century. This is one of Trader Joe’s takes on the medieval classic. We thought that salted caramel in all of its trendy, gooey glory was the right profile to...

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Formaggio Lagorai

July 03, 2015 in What's New

Imagine finding an antique wooden spoon with some writing on the back of it. Upon closer examination, you find this flat, wide spoon to have small drain holes. It’s a very old cream skimmer. Then, you realize that the message on the back is actually a recipe—step-by-step directions for making farmhouse cheese, exactly the way it was done by an anonymous dairy farmer who lived years ago in the Eastern Italian Alps. If you were to follow that recipe, you would end up with...

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Orange Flesh Honeydew Melon

July 01, 2015 in What's New

On the outside, the Orange Fleshed Honeydew looks like a typical honeydew melon. It’s round with smooth, pale-green skin. Slice it open and you’ll swear you’re about to enjoy a common cantaloupe, based on the orange flesh. The truth is, this melon is not one or the other—but a hybrid of the two. The curious appearance is enough to draw the attention of melon aficionados. The stupendous flavor is enough to entice just about anyone who seeks sweet, refreshing fruit. Often regarded as...

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