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Lifestyle contributor Limor Suss shares fresh summer eats from Dorot Gardens, Envy Apples, and Dannon Light + Fit. Watch the video here!
When I’m too lazy to peel and mince, these pre-prepped cubes save the day. (And they make them for ginger too.) I was once a Trader Joe’s fanatic. Much like BA contributor Alex Beggs, who reviews Trader Joe’s new products monthly, I devotedly sampled the just-released snacks and seasonal ravioli. But after a few too many […]
These sticky chicken wings are a favorite of mine for the Super Bowl, World Series, or any game I’m watching from home! They’re finger-licking good finger foods that all your party guests will enjoy, using flash-frozen herbs for an unmistakably fresh flavor. View the recipe here!
Quick as a hiccup and so full of flavor, this easy Mongolian beef recipe with rice noodles is a keeper. It almost took longer to gather my ingredients than cook this flavorful Asian-inspired recipe. While the rice noodles cook, brown the ground beef in a skillet in the sesame oil until cooked through. Garlic, ginger, sambal oelek or garlic chili […]
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Lifestyle contributor Limor Suss shares fresh summer eats from Dorot Gardens, Envy Apples, and Dannon Light + Fit.Watch the video here!
When I’m too lazy to peel and mince, these pre-prepped cubes save the day. (And they make them for ginger too.)I was once a Trader Joe’s fanatic. Much like BA contributor Alex Beggs, who reviews Trader Joe’s new products monthly, I devotedly sampled the just-released snacks and seasonal ravioli. But after a few too many disappointing impulse buys (see truffle soy sauce), I’m no longer dazzled by the bells and whistles. These days there's one reason I brave...
These sticky chicken wings are a favorite of mine for the Super Bowl, World Series, or any game I'm watching from home! They're finger-licking good finger foods that all your party guests will enjoy, using flash-frozen herbs for an unmistakably fresh flavor.View the recipe here!
Quick as a hiccup and so full of flavor, this easy Mongolian beef recipe with rice noodles is a keeper. It almost took longer to gather my ingredients than cook this flavorful Asian-inspired recipe. While the rice noodles cook, brown the ground beef in a skillet in the sesame oil until cooked through. Garlic, ginger, sambal oelek or garlic chili sauce, soy sauce, brown sugar, hoisin sauce and beef broth join the party. The...
This deliciously herbal and full-flavored Green Tahini Sauce is a tasty and festive topper for any of your favorite foods this St. Patrick's Day! Easy and quick to make, it's a perfect drizzling sauce for your salads, sandwiches, veggies, meats, and really anything you can think of! Not only is it delicious as can be - it's also packed with nutrients due to the superfood Tahini and the fresh frozen herbs.View the recipe here!
You're probably tired of hearing about it, but the reality is that grocery prices are still at an all-time high—up over 11% compared to last year—and don't appear to be wavering. Since buying less food is not really a viable option, many shoppers have instead turned to discount stores like Aldi or Lidl, have religiously begun shopping the sales, or have resorted to lower cost alternatives in order to stay on budget. But, it can turn into a tricky...
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Chef Cindi Avila joins us with tips to make your football party a super one, just in time for the Big Game this Sunday.Watch the video here!
By George Duran Ingredients: 8-oz. pasta like ziti, rotini or any bite size 2 cubes of Dorot Gardens frozen garlic 2 Tblsp. olive oil 3 cubes Dorot Gardens frozen Basil 3 cubes Dorot Gardens Frozen Parsley 3 cubes Dorot Gardens Frozen Cilantro 1/4 C. pinenuts, toasted 1 lemon, juiced 1/4 C. grated Parmesan cheese1/2 C. cherry tomatoes Salt and pepper, to taste Directions: Cook pasta as indicated on packaging. Drain and run cold water. As...
One of the best parts of football Sunday is the food - and you have to go big for the biggest game of the year! Natural food chef Cindi Avila joins us with her top tips for a great Big Game party: Spend more time watching the game and less time in the kitchen with Dorot Gardens. No peeling, measuring, or chopping needed, and all of your favorite herbs are always at your fingertips!Watch the video here!
Mighty Sesame Co. Tahini and Dorot Gardens Fresh Frozen Herbs Expand Reach to Albertsons, Safeway, and More
To start the new year on a healthy note, Kayco Beyond, a leader in better-for-you products, is expanding distribution of two of its most popular brands: Mighty Sesame Co and Dorot Gardens. Due to incredible fan reception and popular demand, these healthful brands arenow more accessible than ever before, as they grace the shelves of Albertsons and Safeway locations nationwide. Now health food consumers and home cooks across the country can find Mighty Sesame...
Meal planning and prepping are great ways to help stick to healthy eating habits. Registered Dietitian Mia Syn shares nutritious meal and snack ideas you can make ahead of time to enjoy throughout the week.
The vast majority of the time when I grill ribs, I hit them with some salt and a BBQ rub, smoke them for a couple hours (around 275-325), and serve. Sometimes, I like to slather a slab with sauce and get all sorts of messy. But one of my favorite ways to grill ribs is to make garlic and herb ribs.
the years. I’ve tried deep frying, spatchcocking and all manner of cooking it traditionally. Frying is delicious but also a mess and the peanut oil costs more than the turkey.
For my family, beef sits on the throne of the Christmas dinner table. Roast Beast to quote the genius that is Dr. Seuss. We usually flip a coin between prime rib and beef tenderloin. This is the latter. But wait… The title says something about a French castle. Well, chateaubriand is just a fancy way of saying the center part of the beef tenderloin that creates that one large, evenly sized roast. This recipe will explain how to carve the beef tenderloin into...
Recently, I cooked a chateaubriand slathered in Dorot Gardens garlic and onion just in time for Christmas. It was the best beef tenderloin I’ve ever had. I also cooked some hasselback potatoes to fill out the plating and I have to say, the potatoes might have been better than the beef. I know that sounds like hyperbole, but I’m not kidding. These potatoes were absolutely addictive! And these things are so simple to make. Grilled hasselback potatoes with...
Football is back, and that means fun spent with friends and family. Chef Cindi Avila is back with some game day tips you’ll love.
Spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your guests with Dorot Gardens. These pre-cut, pre-portioned garlic and herb cubes make prep time a breeze.
If you’re hosting for the holidays and are trying to save some time and serve something spectacular, lifestyle expert Leslie Nifoussi has two tips that should do the trick!
Last month was National Garlic Month, and Dorot Gardens specializes in developing, producing and marketing frozen seasoning products all over the world. The company was established in 1992 and is fully owned by Kibbutz Dorot in the southern part of Israel. The kibbutz has more than 3,500 acres of field crops — garlic and herbs – which are picked, and then immediately chopped, packaged and frozen in a unique fast freeze process, maintaining their taste,...
If you’re like most home cooks, you probably find few kitchen tasks less pleasant than separating a head of garlic, coaxing the paper off the cloves, and getting the raw garlic “aroma” off your hands and cutting board. If you’ve tried substituting those jars of pre-minced garlic, which smell as though they’ve been preserved in formaldehyde, you know that’s not the answer. Read the full article here