Quiche Lorraine

March 19, 2017 in Category: What's New

The origin of the French word quiche is unknown, but it kind of sounds like “kiss,” as in: “Please give me a quiche.” That’s good enough for us. So, what would make a quiche worthy of such a comparison? In our opinion, the quiche would have to be so good it keeps you coming back for more. Trader Joe’s Quiche Lorraine is exactly that good. It has a superb pastry crust, and contains about 20% uncured ham. The ham is matched with Swiss cheese, both of which are presented in a soft egg custard made from a short list of simple ingredients...

Biscuits (and Gravy).

February 20, 2017 in Category: Product Stories

We've long been fans of the ease of bread from a tube. We know, doesn't sound very "foodie" of us. But in fact, when time is short and appetites are long, the convenience of fresh-from-the-oven bread you can make and bake in just a few minutes is the essence of epicurean (and impossible to resist!).

Break Fasts, Not Hearts

February 05, 2017 in Category: Entertaining

It’s often been said that breakfast (or brunch, if you wake up on the later side) is the most important meal of the day. It would follow then, that on a day like Valentine’s Day, breaking bread with your beloved is a big deal...