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Pastrami Style Smoked Atlantic Salmon

April 20, 2015 in What's New

When questioned about their future, school-age salmon almost never say they want to grow up to be an astronaut. Or a firefighter. Most of the time, you’ll hear them declare a dream of one day becoming a plate of lox. And why not? That lightly brined salmon fillet is enjoyed in delis throughout the world. But, the prepubescent salmon community is not without its rebels. Keep fishing and you’re bound to find one or two who have grand ambitions for a more robust afterlife... say, as a plate of pastrami. We get it. We, ourselves, are not...

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Porchetta Italiana

April 17, 2015 in What's New

Porchetta (pohr/KEHT/tah) is a traditional Central Italian street food that dates back to the Roman Empire (Nero was hog-wild about it). The highly seasoned, stuffed, and slow-roasted (until the meat practically melts and the skin crackles) pork, sometimes referred to as “Italian pulled pork,” is commonly served sliced and sandwiched between halves of a roll. That’s how our buyers first tasted Porchetta. In a...

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Gluten Free Breads

April 15, 2015 in What's New

Several years ago, we began offering a line of gluten free breads in response to many customer requests. It was obvious from the beginning why they were asking for this particular brand—it tasted closer to “regular” bread than anything else we tried… until now… Introducing Trader Joe’s Gluten Free White Sandwich Bread and Gluten Free Whole Grain Bread. In certain ways, our new breads are very similar to what we used to carry. Like the other brand, ours are dairy-, soy-, nut-, and gluten-free. Ours are also made using no artificial flavors and no synthetic colors. But, our new Gluten Free Breads offer even more...

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