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Check Out: Cheese Crisps

If you thought chips couldn’t get any better, think again: a chip made entirely of cheese has hit the supermarket, and to say we’re obsessed would be an understatement.

 

 

Kitchen Table Bakers has come out with 12 different varieties of cheese crisps, ranging from rosemary Parmesan (our personal fave) to basil pesto, and other than the added natural flavors, there is nothing in this crisp besides crispy, baked-to-perfection cheese.

 

Can’t find these addictive crisps in a store near you? Have no fear– our recipe for Cheese Crisps is simple and easily adaptable to any of your favorite flavor combinations.

 

 

 

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Saturday Supermarket Smarts: What the Heck is Ponzu?

This citrus-spiked soy sauce is a Japanese cooking staple. It’s a go-to ingredient because its components hit on all five flavors: sweet (mirin, or rice wine), sour (rice wine vinegar), salty (soy sauce), bitter (yuzu, a Japanese citrus fruit, or a combination of lemon, lime, grapefruit and orange) and umami (seaweed and dried bonito flakes). To really make your stir-fry sing, add a healthy dash of ponzu during the last few minutes of cooking. you can also use it as a dumpling dipper, a fish marinade or a salad dressing– whisk it with a bit of sesame oil before tossing with greens.

Try ponzu in our Shrimp & Snap Pea Stir-Fry!

 

 

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Where’s the Beef?

Moo-ve over, hamburger! These new patties prove that summer grilling can sizzle even without red meat.

 


 
 

1. Make a smoky turkey burger

 

The patty: Ball Park Flame Grilled Turkey Patty ($8.29 for 6)

The bread: Whole-wheat bun

The toppings: BBQ sauce, sliced smoked cheddar, pickles, red-leaf lettuce
 
 
 
 
 
 

2. Make a masala burger

 

The patty: Gardein Garden Veggie Burger ($4.49 for 4)

The bread: Grilled naan

The toppings: Greek yogurt with curry, sliced tomato, cilantro

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

3. Make a brat burger

 

The patty: Johnsonville Cheddar Bratwurst Grillers ($4.49 for 4)

The bread: Kaiser roll

The toppings: Sweet and sour red cabbage, German potato salad, grainy mustard

 
 
 

4. Make a brunch burger

 

The patty: MacKnight Atlantic Salmon Burgers ($4.97 for 4)

The bread: Pumpernickel toast

The toppings: Sliced red onion, sliced cucumber, cream cheese with fresh chives
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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