What's New

Seasonal Products

Posted on August 15th, 2013 | Posted in Seasonal Products

Here is the current seasonal product that is available!**

TAPIOCA-GRAPE J&A, Pack-1/8#, Item-ICC0303-Fluffy grape tapioca mixed with fresh grapes, no trans fat. (Available through September 13th)

**All desserts are special order items-Order by Monday for delivery after Wednesday

Recipe Thursday-Clemens Slow and Low Country Ribs

Posted on August 15th, 2013 | Posted in Grilling, Main Course, Recipes, Supplier of the Month

I have grown to love ribs, but have never made them…I know that you need to slowly cook ribs, which deterred me from making them. So with Clemens Food Group being our Supplier of the Month I decided to take this opportunity to make a dish that I normally would not make-ribs. I scoured for rib recipes and came across this Slow and Low Country Ribs recipe. I was drawn to it because of the use of country style ribs. They are big slabs of porky goodness, laced with fat, and require slow, low-temperature cooking to become delicious. Country style ribs are cut from the sirloin or rib end of the pork loin. The meatiest variety of ribs, that are typically cut into individual servings, which is how Clemens ribs are packed. These pork ribs are perfect for those who want to use a knife and fork.

The recipe called for grilling them anywhere between 3-5 hours until the meat began to fall apart. I ended up grilling mine for four and a half hours between 250-300 degrees on my gas grill. You can top them with a BBQ sauce of your choice, but let me recommend this homemade Dr. Pepper BBQ sauce. It adds a nice heat (cayenne pepper) and sweetness (honey and Dr. Pepper) to the mouthwatering meaty ribs!

To view Hometown’s Clemens Specials for the month of August click HERE.

Slow and Low Country Ribs

Hometown's Country Style Ribs

Yield: Serves 6-8
Ingredients
4 country ribs, about 3 pounds (HTF1680)
Kosher salt (CQS030)
Vegetable oil (992065)
The barbecue sauce of your choice

Method
Coat the ribs in oil and then salt them well. Use a little more salt than you think you should, especially over the fatty parts of the ribs. Much of the fat will render away in cooking, leaving a crispy-salty-fatty bit you will be fighting over with your friends.

Clemens Country Style Ribs

To cook the ribs, you have several choices. You can bake them in a 250°F oven (line a baking pan with foil first). You can slow-roast them in a gas grill between 250 to 300°F, which is what I did for this recipe, (covered) with half the burners turned off (put them on the side that is not over direct flame). You can set up a large charcoal grill like a smoker and cook the country ribs on the cool side (again covered). But best of all would be to build a wood fire on one side of the grill and slowly barbecue these ribs over wood smoke.

No matter what you do, let the ribs cook untouched for 90 minutes. At the 90-minute mark, turn them and paint them with your barbecue sauce – I like the sweet-spicy Dr. Pepper BBQ sauce for this, but you could also use a South Carolina mustard-based barbecue sauce, a Bourbon BBQ sauce, or a traditional Kansas City-style sauce.

Every 30 minutes or so, turn your ribs and paint them again with the sauce. How long to cook? Depends on how hot your fire is. At least 3 hours. Maybe as many as 5 hours. You really, really want to slow-cook these ribs because they are pretty fatty. The slower you cook them, the more fat renders out and the smoother your ribs will be. Take your time.

Clemens Country Style Ribs

When the meat begins to fall apart – you will notice this when you turn the rib – you are ready for the final step. Paint the ribs one more time and then move them to the hot side of the grill. If you are using the oven method, move the ribs to the broiler. Let the ribs cook a minute or two so the sauce can caramelize. Pay attention, and do not let the ribs get too blackened. A little char is good, but you do not want a briquette.

Serve with napkins and your favorite veggie side.

 Recipe from Simplyrecipes.com

Labor Day Sales Flyer

Posted on August 12th, 2013 | Posted in 2-Week Sales Flyer

Hometown Provisions Labor Day

Featured Product and Special Sale-Turkey Hill 16oz Iced Tea & Lemonade

Posted on August 12th, 2013 | Posted in Featured Product, Special Sale

Stock up on your 16oz Turkey Hill Iced Tea and Lemonade this week and save $.66 off per case.

One ingredient is common to all these recipes – coldness. Turkey Hill and Hometown keeps them at about 38 degrees Fahrenheit from the time they are made to the time that we delivery them to your store. Cold fashioned for freshness protects the taste and keeps them more refreshing. Which is why you drink a drink, right? Happy summer living!

    Sale Price $.66 off per CS
    Run Date: August 12-16th 

Iced Tea Flavors**
Cherry Pomegranate Black Tea
Decaffeinated Iced Tea
Diet Blackberry Sweet Tea
Diet Decaffeinated Iced Tea
Diet Decaffeinated Orange Tea
Diet Green Tea
Diet Green Tea Mango
Diet Iced Tea
Diet White Peach Tea
Green Tea
Green Tea Mango
Iced Tea
Lemonade Tea
Light Blueberry Tea
Light Wildberry Green Tea
Orange Tea
Peach Tea
Raspberry Tea
Sweet Tea
Unsweetened Iced Tea

Turkey Hill Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade Fruit Drinks

Lemonade Flavors**
Lemonade
Pomegranate Lemonade
Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade

**Some drinks are special order so make sure to speak with your sales rep to place your order on time for your delivery!

Click below for flavor descriptions and nutrition facts 

Iced Tea Flavors

Lemonade Flavors

New Products

Posted on August 8th, 2013 | Posted in New Products

New Products for the Week of August 5th!

8.9 New Products

Lemon Glazed Pullman Cake

Lemon Glazed Pullman Cake

Features and Benefits

Features: Defrost a single portion or the whole product for an instantly delicious, homemade looking dessert. Product can be also be refrozen.
Preparation and Cooking: Ready to Eat – For optimum product quality thaw under refrigeration overnight.
Serving Suggestions: Sweet Street Desserts are pastry chef quality desserts that defrost beautifully straight from the freezer. Personalize them, creating your own signature dessert, by adding a simple garnish and sauce to WOW your guests.
Storage: If product is shrink wrapped, remove before defrosting. Box/ tray is insulated and designed for freezing.
Older Entries Newer Entries