Dig In | What's New

Black Bean & Corn Enchilada

August 03, 2015 in What's New

An enchilada is a Mexican food made of a corn tortilla wrapped around some kind of filling and accented with a sauce made from chilies and/or tomatoes. At once, this description is very specific and very vague. On the one mano, we’re told the exact nature of the wrapper and the main contents of the sauce. On the other mano, what goes inside remains wide open to interpretation. Over the years, our “interpretation” of the inner-enchilada has included...

Read More

100% Greek Olive Oil and Lemon Juice

July 31, 2015 in What's New

Residing on parallel peninsulas that jut south into the Mediterranean, Greeks and Italians both inhabit regions amenable to olive growth and oil production. However, these two cultures disagree about which acidic flavors to pair with their extra virgin. While Italians usually prefer ripe, red tomatoes, Greeks often choose sunny, yellow lemons for acidic contrast to the smooth fruitiness of olive juice. Having spent extra time recently on the Balkan Peninsula, we’ve...

Read More

Key Lime Tea Cookies

July 29, 2015 in What's New

In July 2014, we revealed our own tart and tasty version of a Key Lime Pie—that icon of Floridian food that’s evolved into a celebrated American classic. Its creamy custard, bright citrusy-tartness, and graham cracker butter crust were the hit of the summer. As summer begins once more—it’s time again for lime. This year, Trader Joe’s Key Lime Tea Cookies are the ones basking in the sweet-treat limelight. These little rounds are premium butter cookies, infused with...

Read More