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Key Lime Pie

July 15, 2014 in

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...

As a noun, “light” is the phenomenon of invisible waves making things visible... Amazing. In verb-form, we “light” a fire to bring physical and aesthetic warmth to body and soul... Cozy. As an adjective, “light” means less of the good stuff—at least when food is concerned... BlechAcknowledging this adjectival atrocity, Trader Joe’s is doing our part to shed some light on the dim, dietary plight of “light” foods by introducing our new Light Vanilla Ice CreamIncredibly, this Ice Cream has 80% less fat than our wildly popular Super Premium French Vanilla Ice Cream. It also has...

Steak and Ale Pies

May 28, 2014 in

Pie lovers in America crave crusts, flaky and filled with cinnamoned apples, or brimming with fresh summer berries. Across The Pond, however, pie-eyed pundits line up for savory stew-filled pastries. Lately, these savory pies have leapt the ‘lantic and begun invading American restaurants in such influential culinary capitals as Boston and Chicago. Being amenable, as we are, to this latest of British invasions, we decided it’s time to bring a little of what Londoners consider commonplace in their pubs and markets to our own sweet-pie-filled shelves. Announcing: Trader Joe’s Steak and Ale PiesModeled after the meat pies found in...