Simpler Wines Peach
The fragrant honeysuckle and juicy peach notes of Simpler Wines Peach shine brightest when chilled. It’s delightful sippability makes it a natural pairing with brunch, grilled seafood, and desserts. With a fruity bouquet and effervescence that instantly provides a party-like atmosphere, it’s perfect for toasting to a special event, or just toasting to a successful Wednesday night dinner...
Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake
When browsing for bakery goodies, you want to avoid things that are crummy—but crumby? Now, that’s another story. Consider Trader Joe's Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake. It is totally crumby... and we would be very surprised if you tried it and found it to be anything but the opposite of crummy...
Beet And Roasted Garlic Dip
Really, though, have you ever seen anything so purple? Besides an actual beet, that is. Our Beet & Roasted Garlic Dip is so purple because we use beets. You wouldn’t need to read the label to know this, but you’re welcome to if you like reading labels. The beets are puréed with tahini, roasted garlic...
While we at Trader Joe's tend to prefer functional (and more importantly, fun!) over fancy, sometimes special occasions call for a little something extra. On an occasion as special as Thanksgiving, we think it's ok to get a little fancy. And what's more fancy than the soft glow of tapered Candles lighting your thoughtfully prepared holiday meal?
Build A Crostini-Rootini Bar
At the peak of entertaining season, when the edibles seem endless, distinguish your fête fare by engaging your eaters in a build-it-yourself Crostini-Rootini Bar. Crostino is Italian for “little crust” and the eponymous appetizer has traditionally been crafted of thin slices of toasted or grilled bread that can be dressed with an assortment of toppings (spreads, toppings, garnishes). While simple in concept – a base with toppings – the possibilities for expressing culinary gumption are glorious!
Guide To Avoiding Abominable Cheese Platters
Learn how to turn your cheese platters from monstrous to marvelous in three easy steps! Step 1: Don't Overdo It. Too many cheese varieties will overwhelm your palate and your guests