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Grilled Cauliflower

May 18, 2015 in What's New

Deriving from two Latin words (caulis, meaning “stalk,” and floris, meaning “flower”), cauliflower is a member of the cabbage family. This cruciferous vegetable is known for its creamy white color and mild flavor. First cultivated in the Mediterranean region (possibly Cyprus), it has been eaten for centuries. However, we’re fairly certain that centuries ago, no one had experienced anything quite like...

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Organic Pizzas: Spinach & Ricotta or Pesto with Tomatoes & Broccoli

April 01, 2015 in What's New

We puff out our chests when we talk about our pizzas. As you can imagine, a lot of hard work goes into making sure that we offer impressive pies… and that they stay impressive. Recently, the need arose to change up our supplier for two of our legacy frozen pizzas: Spinach & Ricotta Pizza and Pesto Pizza with Tomatoes & Broccoli. We didn’t just remake them, however. We went through a rigorous tasting process to make sure our new iterations were as good, if not better. We admit...

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Shiitake Mushroom Chicken

March 23, 2015 in What's New

It’s disconcerting that at any given moment, bombs are going off somewhere in the world. Fortunately, not all bombs are destructive. Modern chefs have created umami bombs. Umami—oo-MA-mee—is the “fifth taste” (after sweet, salty, sour, and bitter...), and it’s been used for ages, though not officially identified until the early twentieth century. When dropped in the mouth, umami bombs detonate comforting, savory flavors. Trader Ming’s Shiitake Mushroom Chicken is our latest comestible bomb, and it’s been...

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