Something for almost everyone. Don't have a TJ's? Too bad for you.
Food and Drink
When it does cheesecake or anchovy pizza, please give me a call.
"What is the difference in using kosher vs. table salt in cooking? What dishes would it make a big taste difference?"
In case you don't know. (I didn't.)
I didn't need much convincing to avoid sushi, but . . . yuck.
Probably coming soon to a big city near you.
Crunchy--potato chip crunchy, not carrot crunchy--is good.
Or so food supply chain folks say.
I fully understand the lack of interest in chocolate hummus.
Something I hadn't known:
If you want to find the best diet-friendly ice-cream, look for the words "cold-churned" on the label. The process of cold churning (also known as double- or slow-churning), mixes small parts of milk fat throughout the ice cream. Churning kneads the fat molecules, stretches them and spreads them evenly, which provides these lower-calorie ice creams with the same texture as the regular varieties. Basically, the process makes you think you're eating more fat than you actually are.
There's an important difference between "use by" and "best by".