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Posted on May 29th, 2015 | Posted in New Products

New Products for the week of May 25th!

5.29 New Products

Tapatio Hot Sauce

Taptio

I was pretty excited when I saw this new item come through our system! I’m a huge fan of Tapatio! Perfect blend of spices for my taste buds.

Features and Benefits

Features: The true flavor of Mexico. Made by the same family that created it nearly 40 years ago, TAPATIO is a well-balanced blend of red chiles, garlic and spices. With an extremely devoted following, TAPATIO is now one of the leading retail hot sauce brands.
Preparation and Cooking: Ready to Eat – None.
Serving Suggestions: Provide table-top for customers to use on a variety of dishes (Mexican dishes, sandwiches, chicken, eggs, potatoes, seafood, etc.) and day parts (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
Storage: Protected 1 to 35 °C / 34 to 95 °F

Recipe Thursday-Mexican Fruit Salad

Posted on May 28th, 2015 | Posted in Recipes, Salad, Side Dish

Mexican Fruit Salad (1 of 1)

Refreshing, simple, delicious and pretty to look at! What more could you ask for from a fruit salad? Well, this fruit salad is not your typical American fruit salad. Mexican fruit salads add savory elements of chili and salt, and perhaps some cilantro and onion as well. This fruit salad has an interesting flavor combination of jalapeno, red onion and cilantro that are unexpected, in a good way, when mixed with the sweetness of the fruit!  Also, the blood oranges were purchased on accident, but make the salad that much more appealing to look at, and everyone wants their food to look pretty right:). Serve alongside your favorite Mexican dishes.

Yield 5-6 Servings
Ingredients
2 cups of cubed pineapple, slice the cubes into 1/2-inch wide slices (00842, 3CT)
2 blood oranges, segmented (01990, 20#)
1 granny smith apple, thinly sliced (00018, 12CT)
1/4 cup of thinly sliced red onion (00683, 5#)
1/2 jalapeño, seeded, thinly sliced or finely diced (optional) (00814, 10#)
2 tablespoons lime juice (00588, 12CT)
3 tablespoons chopped cilantro (optional) (05329, 1#)
Pinch of Kosher salt (CQS030, 3#, Diamond Crystal)

Method
Combine the fruit, jalapeno, and onions in a bowl. Squeeze lime juice over everything. Sprinkle with salt. Toss in cilantro to combine.

Recipe adapted from SimplyRecipes.com

Avian Influenza Announcement

Posted on May 27th, 2015 | Posted in Announcements

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June Product Specials

Posted on May 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Monthly Specials

Hometown Provisions_June 2015 Sales Flyer

New Products

Posted on May 22nd, 2015 | Posted in New Products

New Products for the Week of May 18th!

5.22 New Products

Pulled Salmon BBQ

Pulled BBQ Salmon Promotion 2015_Page_1

 

Features and Benefits

Features: No preservatives. Excellent Source of Protein. Contains 520 mg of Omega 3 Fatty Acids per 4oz serving.
Preparation and Cooking: Reconstituting – Boil-in-Bag: Fill a medium pot halfway with water and heat to 180F. Place frozen package of Pulled BBQ Salmon into water. Cook for approximately 30 minutes at 180F. Allow package to rest for 2 minutes to reach temperature greater than 165F before serving. Double Boiler: Empty frozen contents of package into a bowl, cover, and allow to thaw overnight. Fill a medium stockpot halfway with water and bring to a simmer over medium-high heat. Place thawed Pulled BBQ Salmon into a metal bowl and place over stockpot. Cover with aluminum foil and cook for 18-20 minutes. Stir product every 5 minutes during cooking for best results. Serve when product reaches a temperature greater than 165F. Steamed-in-Bag: Fill a 4 hotel pan with 1-2 inches of water and place a perforated 2 hotel pan on top. Heat uncovered over medium -high heat for approximately 5 minutes until steam is produced. Place frozen package onto perforated pan and cover tightly with aluminum foil. Cook for approximately 30 minutes. Allow package to rest for 2 minutes to reach a temperature greater than 165F before serving.
Serving Suggestions: Pulled BBQ Salmon Sliders with fried pickles and granny smith apple slaw.
Storage: Keep Frozen
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