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3 Fresh Spring Party Ideas from the Pros

By Lindsay Robison, April 27, 2017  |  More Posts by Lindsay Robison

grilled avocado guacamole

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Don’t let spring blow by without taking time to stop, smell the flowers and throw a lovely soiree. Whether your tastes run funky or fancy, indoors or al fresco, there’s a festive way to celebrate the season. We found three pros with fresh ideas to gather friends and embrace spring (we promise - no tired, same old tips here).

May Fiesta

Dust off your most colorful serving platters, bowls and your blender — it’s time to create a fiesta to remember. And while you could enjoy a spirited debate on the merits of salsa vs. queso, Cathy

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Exclusive Ice Cream: Humphry Slocombe Hong Kong Milk Tea

By Chef Melissa King, April 25, 2017  |  More Posts by Chef Melissa King

Humphry Slocombe Hong Kong Milk Tea Ice Cream

Melissa King is one of the most exciting young talents in America’s culinary scene. Her style blends modern Californian cuisine with delicate Asian flavors. She was featured on Top Chef Season 12, where she was a finalist. We got

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Rotisserie Chicken: Classic Dinner, New Flavors Each Month

By Alice K. Thompson, April 20, 2017  |  More Posts by Alice K. Thompson

tequila lime rotisserie chicken

Rotisserie chicken is the hero of short-cut dinners. Pick one up and you’re three quarters of the way to a quick-and-delicious meal, whether the chicken is the center of the plate or shredded for a wrap, salad or bowl.

Our new Featured Flavor program makes it even more enticing to pick one up by offering birds in chef-inspired flavors for a limited time. This month: Tequila Lime, a rotisserie chicken rubbed with roasted chiles and garlic and splashed with tequila and lime juice. We paired it with Chipotle Roasted Squash as a side. (Bonus: When you buy the bird and the Squash side you get a $1 off the total purchase. 

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Our Produce Butcher Explains: How to Prep Spring Veggies

By Emily Hankey, April 20, 2017  |  More Posts by Emily Hankey

Produce Butcher Emily Hankey Bryant Park Store

Emily Hankey (above) is our produce butcher at the fruit and vegetable prep station in New York City’s Bryant Park store. Emily learned her cutting edge knife skills at the French Culinary Institute, and this is the first in a series of posts about how home cooks can learn to wrangle even the most intimidating produce.

Whenever someone hears that I’m a produce butcher, they either respond by saying how

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Try it: The Creamiest Cheese You've Ever Tasted

By Vero Kherian, April 20, 2017  |  More Posts by Vero Kherian

Vero Miss CheesemongerVero Kherian is the San Francisco-based cheese and specialty food blogger behind Misscheesemonger. She developed her passion for fine fromages as a cheesemonger at the Cellar in southern California and at Cowgirl Creamery in San Francisco.

From the first bite,

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