The other day, a customer let me know that on one of the very cold snowy days we’ve been having, she was inspired to put something in the oven then curled up on the couch and watched old movies while it was cooking. Sounded lovely. Earlier in the week her grocery store had Country Style… Continue reading Country Style Pork Ribs
I like to make homemade salsa in the summer, when tomatoes are so yummy. However, Jay our "Merman" created this recipe which uses canned tomatoes. It is quite tasty, and since it includes some of our Land & SEAsoning, it boosts nutrition as well. (You have to have some salsa for the Super Bowl!) Ingredients… Continue reading Merman Salsa
Note: This is a guest blog by one of our fantastic mermaids, but in this case our one and only "Merman" Jay Fickess. Yuck. Eat weeds? Why?The word weed has taken on a few meanings, mostly referring to plants that we believe to be undesirable and invasive. But there are some weeds that are healthful,… Continue reading Give Seaweed a Try!
This coming Friday starts Kansas City’s Restaurant Week (January 11-20). Restaurant Week is an annual post-holiday tradition across the country in various cities for special lunch and dinner pricing. Diners can visit their favorite or new restaurants for a lower price. And restaurants can create revenue during the lull between the holiday and Valentine’s Day… Continue reading Reinvent Your Restaurant Week Leftovers
Over the holidays Kathleen cooked up this video while she was making her special brand of deviled eggs. https://youtu.be/U5iWJsRB0ig
I recently ran across an article online from marthastewart.com. “5 Food Trends That Are About to Be Everywhere” is a recap of the Specialty Food Association’s Summer Fancy Food Show from July. The editor who attended the show summarized five food trends that will be “everywhere” in 2019. #1 on her list? Seaweed of course!… Continue reading Seaweed Products Rank #1 Among Top Food Trends
Just a few suggestions from my kitchen for making tastier, healthier dishes. Sea palm strips are dried and put in sauces and broths to soften and add a nutritional and flavor boost. After simmering in broth of vegetables or stew I remove some of the liquid (sometimes adding a bit more in the blender) with… Continue reading Boost Flavor, Boost Your Health