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Archive for October, 2007

REVIEW: Bombilla & Gourd Maté

Bombilla & Gourd
Blueberry yerba maté, our favorite flavor.
  Bombilla & Gourd Yerba Maté is one of the new debutantes in the bottled maté category. It’s both USDA-certified organic and kosher. Maté (MAH-tay) is an infusion of the yerba maté leaf, grown in the South American rainforest. (It’s actually a variety of the holly bush). Maté is a superfood, one of the most nutritious beverages on earth—it has 24 vitamins, 15 amino acids and 90% more antioxidants than green tea. While it has more caffeine than energy drinks, its overall cocktail has calming properties that deliver jitter-free “calm energy.” Traditionally brewed in a dried gourd and drunk hot from a bombilla (metal straw), cold maté drinks are growing in popularity, and should become the hot new drink as more people realize the benefits it has over energy drinks and coffee. The Bombilla & Gourd line is available in five flavors: Blueberry, Lemon, Mint and Honey, Peach and Pomegranate. Our favorite is Blueberry, with Pomegranate in second place. Read the full review of Bombilla & Gourd, and check out our reviews of Guayakí Maté (bottled tea and tea bags) and Sol Maté, a sparkling cold drink that reminds us of a refreshing beer.
 

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BOOK: Lindt Chocolate Passion

What do master chocolatiers cook and bake for themselves? You can find out in Lindt Chocolate Passion, a new book that chronicles the history of premium chocolate and Lindt’s evolution as a world chocolate power (it is the world’s largest producer of mass-market premium chocolate, defined as chocolate priced from $15 to $25 per pound). In the midst of it, you’ll get what the Swiss chocolate manufacturer describes as “a robust collection of gourmet dessert recipes.” The recipes were contributed by Lindt’s master chocolatiers from around the world, who share the recipes and techniques they use when cooking and entertaining for their own family and friends. Recipes categories include Truffles; Bark Fruit and Fondue; Mousse, Creme and Parfaits; Cookies and Brownies; Cakes; Tarts, Cheesecakes, and Small Desserts; and Chocolate Drinks infused with chocolate.   Chocolate Swirl
First, you melt the chocolate. Photo by Diego Basseggio | SXC.
The book is available in Lindt retail stores nationwide and online at LindtUSA.com, for $35.00. Read our review of Lindt Excellence chocolate bars, the finest chocolate in the line.

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FREEBIE: 1 Jar of P.B. Loco When You Buy 5

P.B. Loco
P.B. Loco—one of our favorite peanut butters.
  National Peanut Butter Month doesn’t begin until November 1st, but our friends at P.B. Loco are offering a free jar of CoCoBanana Peanut Butter (chocolate banana peanut butter—no coconut) when you buy five jars of any flavors. It’s not too hard to buy five jars of their PB: In addition to the CoCoBanana, we go ape for the White Raspberry Chocolate, Sun-Dried Apricot, Sumatra Cinnamon & Raisin and Jungle Banana (without the chocolate). On the savory side, Sun-Dried Tomato is dynamite, and Asian Curry Spice makes instant noodle dishes. All you need to do is go to PBLoco.com and (1) add any five jars of any peanut butter to your shopping cart, then (2) add one jar of CoCoBanana Peanut Butter to your cart, (3) enter coupon code BIGIDEA, click recalculate, and make sure $6.95 is subtracted from your bill. This special offer expires October 25th, so don’t let a nutty good thing pass you by. Read our full review of P.B. Loco Peanut Butter.
 

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PRODUCT WATCH: Hebrew National Kosher Breakfast Sausage

Only 10% of the people who eat kosher food are Jewish. Now they, and the 90% of non-Jewish kosher food buyers, can enjoy breakfast sausage. Hebrew National, the iconic kosher hot dog company, has launched the first 100% pure beef breakfast sausage links available in the marketplace. There are three varieties—Original, Maple and Reduced Fat, which is 25% leaner than Original. The sausages are already cooked—just heat and serve. Like all of Hebrew National’s products, the sausage links are free of artificial colors, flavors, fillers and by-products. The suggested retail price is $3.79 for a pack of 10 links.   Hebrew National Sausage

New breakfast sausage links.

So who’s buying all that kosher food? People with allergies, vegetarians and vegans (who are assured by the designation of no animal products in the recipe) and Muslims, among others. Foods are kosher dairy, kosher meat or “pareve,” neutral. Kosher products with meat ingredients are indicated (M) or meat, those with dairy have a (D) designation, and those that are pareve have the word pareve imprinted. Some items that have no dairy ingredients, such as bittersweet chocolate, have a (D) designation because they are made on the same processing equipment as products with milk ingredients. This is based on the belief that elements of dairy potentially absorbed by the equipment may be transferred to the non-dairy products. Read more in our overview of the $40 billion kosher food industry.

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REVIEW: Momma Reiner’s Fudge-Covered Marshmallows

Momma Reiner’s Marshmallows
Jumbo fudge-covered marshmallows.
  Holy Jumbo Marshmallow, Batman! One of our favorite sweet discoveries of the year is the fudge-covered marshmallows made by Momma Reiner. This fudge-making California mom took the next step in product development and dipped big, handmade marshmallows into her semisweet chocolate fudge—pure inspiration. Even without the fudge, the marshmallows are delicious; but together, a star is born. Classy snacks, one of these ample confections can stand in as a fancy dessert on a day when you don’t have time to think of doing more. But for sure, a box will brighten the day of the lucky possessor. While kids will go ape for the marshmallows, these are definitely adult-quality goodies. Buy them as gifts for everyone you know with a sweet tooth. Buy extra boxes—they’ll be back begging for more. Read our full review of Momma Reiner’s fudge and fudge-covered marshmallows.
 

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REVIEW: Zhena’s Gypsy Tea

Zhena’s gypsy tea recently won the Outstanding Packaging Award at Expo East, the eastern half of America’s largest natural and organic products show. Sure, the cans are great-looking, but the tea inside is equally noteworthy. First, this line of 30 tasty teas (the five we had were tasty, so we’ve given the rest the benefit of the doubt) is blended with fruit and flavor notes. Second, it hits a social responsibility trifecta of sorts—It’s organic, Fair Trade Certified and biodynamically-grown—and it’s kosher, too. (Read our article on the difference between organic and biodynamic farming.) Zhena donates a portion of the proceeds to C.E.O. Women, which helps low-income immigrant and refugee women succeed in entrepreneurship. In short, drinking these black, green, white and herbal teas will not only help you feel good, you’ll be doing some good too. Read the full review of Zhena’s Gypsy Tea.   Zhena’s Gypsy Tea
Zhena’s Gypsy Tea comes in 30 different blends.
 

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RECIPE: Winetails ~ Wine Cocktails

Canella Domani
Canella Domani is a spiced red wine cocktail.
  Wine beverages have been around as long as wine. Early recipes that mixed wine with fruit juice and honey evolved over time to more elaborate concepts such as mulled wine—a “wine cocktail” that’s a combination of red wine, Port, brandy, triple sec, brown sugar and a sheaf of spices including allspice berries, bay leaf, cinnamon sticks and cloves. When making wine cocktails, use popularly-priced wines—not complex bottles that should be enjoyed for their layers of flavor. The wines of Ecco Domani—solid, everyday drinking wines with good fruit—are perfect. The company teamed with mixologist Alex Ott to create a series of “winetails” that can be enjoyed before dinner, after dinner or any time you’re relaxing with a glass of wine and want a little something extra. Make the Canella Domani (canella is the Italian word for cinnamon) when the weather gets cold—it’s best served warm and is a refreshing change from spiced cider, so often served during autumn.
Take a look at all of the Winetails cocktail recipes to make winetails—the rest are cold and include a perfect fall winetail with Chianti, apple cider, chai and fresh ginger root; plus a dessert winetail with Chianti, chocolate and raspberries.

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ARTICLE: Rice Cooking Chart

Many of us have been there—we’ve cooked rice to what we think is the perfect timing, only to find it burned and stuck to the bottom of the pot. To sidestep future rice crises, check out our Rice Cooking Chart. While you’re there, scroll down the page for a delicious Basmati Rice Salad recipe.A cooking tip: Make sure that the lid fits tightly on the pot. Steam that escapes will use up the heat needed to cook the rice, and potentially cause burned rice as you try to get it to the desired tenderness after all the water has evaporated. Another tip: Buy yourself a rice cooker; or if you don’t have space for a pot dedicated to rice, get a multipurpose pot that is great for rice. Kohl’s has a new line of hard-anodized aluminum cookware, developed in partnership with The Food Network, that heats evenly to avoid overcooking and burning.   Kohl’s Cookware
A beautiful, effective and affordable new cookware from Kohl’s and the Food Network.
The pots and pans are lined with DuPont professional nonstick coating, which is metal-utensil safe and easy to clean. Tight-fitting tempered glass lids allow constant monitoring of the works-in-progress, without heat loss. Rice will never burn again! We’re clearing out our user-unfriendly pots and pans and getting a set of these. You can buy them online at Kohls.com (the 11 pieces shown in the photo are $299.99, but you can buy just the 1-quart Covered Saucepan, shown at the rear with the built-in strainer, for $39.99). While you’re there, take a look at all of the other nifty items in the new Food Network line. We want so many pieces, we needed a second page for our list.

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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Superseedz

Superseedz
Superseedz pumpkin seeds.
  If you like the idea of healthy pumpkin seeds but not the shells or the excessive saltiness, imagine gourmet pumpkin seeds. Four years ago, Kathie Rosenschein began making Superseedz as a healthy snack for her family, then started to sell them at craft fairs. This year, she has a Gold Medal Winner from the Gallo Family Winery for her artisan food craftsman ship and is a NIBBLE Top Pick. The delicious, all natural pumpkin seeds come in four flavors: Sea Salt, Original Curry, Somewhat Spicy and Cinnamon & Sugar. They’re great to eat straight from the bag but we use them to accent foods ranging from eggs to salads to yogurt. They surely supercede (pun intended) any other roasted pumpkin seeds out there. Read the full review of Superseedz.

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PRODUCT WATCH: Guilt-Free Chocolate For The Cure

When you buy these “nibble for the cure” bonbons from Chocolat Céleste, producer of delicious ganache-filled bonbons, 15% of the purchase price is donated to the Breast Cancer Awareness Association, a charity where more than 90% of funds donated go directly toward providing breast cancer education and support. Plus, research suggests that eating dark chocolate can help fight cancer; so nibbling on these is doubly guilt-free. A 2-piece favor box is $8.00, 4-piece box $16, 9-piece box $36.00; all are hand-tied with pink satin ribbon. The special design is available through November 15; thereafter, by special order for events. Read our full review of Chocolat Céleste.   Chocolat Celeste
Available through November 15th.
   
 

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