November 27th, 2015—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read; price & availability may have changed.
Onions, carrots, and celery-diced. Sounds pedestrian. In fact, it's French-first registered with the treasured tools of the high culinary arts by the personal chef to the 18th century Duke of Mirepoix [meer-PWAH]. Carefully proportioned, this combination of aromatics becomes the seed of sumptuous flavor for soups, sauces, stews, and roasts. Our container of Mirepoix is made up of one-half onion, three carrots, and three celery stalks. We've portioned and chopped it for you, so that when things get dicey in the holiday kitchen (and you know they will), you'll have at least one trick up your sleeve. Or rather, in this 14.5 ounce tub. $2.99's the price.
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