Root Vegetable Galette

October 19, 2016 in Category: What's New

When can a pie be considered health food? When it’s called a galette and it’s filled with vegetables, that’s when? Okay, okay, Trader Joe’s Root Vegetable Galette isn’t exactly health food; but it is more or less a hand-folded, free-formed “pie,” and it is filled with vegetables. (Vegetables are healthy, right?) Here’s the scoop on this rustic take on a “pie”… We asked one of our longtime suppliers, a Canadian company that works mostly in the sweets trade, to indulge us with an indulgent take on a side dish. We asked for flaky pastry, something in which they’re well-versed. They delivered. Inside that flaky, buttery...

Organic Grass-Fed Uncured Beef Hot Dogs

September 07, 2016 in Category: What's New

Since we always take great care in choosing the ingredients that go into our products, it’s safe to assume that Trader Joe’s hot dogs are going to be better than the average tube-shaped meat. We wholeheartedly believe this to be the case. Now, we’re adding Trader Joe’s Organic Grass-Fed Uncured Beef Hot Dogs to our existing line up of dogs, and the attributes of these puppies are sure to elevate franks to the next level. These Beef Hot Dogs are Uncured, meaning they...

Marinated Rack of Lamb with Herbs

August 31, 2016 in Category: What's New

On average, Americans consume less than a pound of lamb per year. That’s amazing when compared to the whopping 270 pounds of other red meats we eat annually. We’ve been racking our brains, trying to figure out how to stop such delicious meat from being so overlooked—and we think we’ve come up with a solution: Trader Joe’s Marinated Rack of Lamb with Herbs. The process of cooking lamb makes some people sheepish, since it’s a food with which most of us are unfamiliar. Worry not! The fears associated with preparation, seasoning, and cooking are put to rest with Trader Joe’s Rack of Lamb. It’s marinated with olive oil, garlic, sea salt and white pepper and topped with...

Organic Edamame

July 04, 2016 in Category: What's New

Way back in the year 1275, a Buddhist priest wrote a thank-you note to a parishioner for a gift left at the temple. What was this gift, you ask? Edamame! Edamame has been gaining popularity ever since this first mention of the food. If Trader Joe’s had been around in 13th century Japan, we’re pretty sure our fully cooked Organic Edamame would have been a hit. Edamame, which means “stem bean” in Japanese, is loved for its...