Specialty Food Magazine

SPRING 2014

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BY DINA CHENEY Fresh to Foodservice product roundup The Peanut Shop of Williamsburg super extra-large peanuts in hot habanero spiced chile pepper and salt- and-vinegar seasoned T his bunch of recently introduced products will freshen up any menu, whether for a restaurant, prepared foods counter, catering event, or in-flight meal. PHOTOS: MARK FERRI; FOOD STYLING: LESLIE ORLANDINI; PROPS STYLING: FRAN MATALON-DEGNI FoodMatch Mama Lil's Hungarian Goathorn Peppers. Grown, handpicked, and produced in Washington state's Yakima Valley, Mama Lil's Hungarian Goathorn Peppers were named for their unusual shape. These fruity and spicy peppers are available in a sweet brine (featuring maple syrup, garlic, and fennel), four to a case at 6.75 pounds each, and in oil (with vinegar, garlic, spices, and lemon juice) in a refrigerated 15-pound pail. foodmatch.com The Gracious Gourmet Date Apricot Spread. The new sweet and slightly tangy date apricot spread features orange juice, dried dates and apricots, brown sugar, lemon juice, and spices. Serve it alongside cheeses, poultry, or duck, or atop yogurt or ice cream. It can also be whisked with almond oil for house vinaigrette. Additionally, The Gracious Gourmet recently introduced its Smoky Collection of Coach Farm Fresh Goat Cheese Buttons. Thanks to chefs requesting pre-portioned fresh goat cheese, this New York–based company now offers convenient foodservice packaging. The indi- vidually vacuum-packed, 1-ounce buttons have an extended shelf life and come in two amounts, 24 and 160 units. Coach Farm's buttons aims to elevate grab-and-go snacks and meals and help keep foodser- vice costs in line. coachfarm.com Donsuemor Foodservice Trays. The couple behind this California company has introduced two new foodservice trays: French Almond Cakes, with 24 cakes per tray, and six trays per case, and Traditional Madeleines, with 12 cookies per tray, and 12 trays per case. The nutty cakes feature slightly crisp edges, while the shell- shaped madeleines are Donsuemor's No. 1 seller. donsuemor.com Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery Dark Chocolate Sauce Coach Farm Fresh Goat Cheese Buttons FoodMatch Mama Lil's Hungarian Goathorn Peppers SaltWorks Artisan Sea Salt Co. in Bolivian rose and red Hawaiian coarse salt 50 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE specialtyfood.com productroundup_foodservice.indd 50 3/18/14 8:15 AM

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