Specialty Food Magazine

OCT 2013

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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AJ's Edible Arts Mustard in Red Ale and White Wine. Sweet onions were the star of this Washington company's mustard line—until its two newest varieties came to market. Red Ale Mustard was born out of a collaboration with neighboring Ice Harbor Brewing Company, which provides the ale that adds malt and fruit notes to this stone-ground mustard recipe that also delivers satisfying heat. White Wine Mustard is smooth and sweet, blended with a distinct vintage for a pleasing result. Both are available in 4-ounce and 9-ounce jars. ajsediblearts.com Barhyte Specialty Foods Saucy Mama Mustard in Creamy Garlic, Dill and Hatch Chile. Introduced at this year's Winter Fancy Food Show, three new varieties of Saucy Mama gourmet mustard put fresh ingredients in the spotlight—from fresh dill weed to real Hatch chiles. This Oregon company uses locally grown mustard seeds in its recipes, and each variety offers plenty of versatility, whether as dips or components to a main dish. barhyte.com HerbNZest Caramelized Apple Champagne Mustard. What began as a limited-edition holiday condiment has become a permanent part of HerbNZest's gourmet collection of spreads. Festive flavors and ingredients make this mustard capable of turning any dish into a celebratory one. Spicy brown mustard is sweetened with handcaramelized apples and onions and finished off with bubbly Champagne for a richness ideal for holiday ham, an everyday pastrami sandwich or a straightforward pretzel dip. herbnzest.com An old Polish family recipe inspired the versatile Sutter Buttes Olive Oil Mustard, which uses the company's claim-to-fame California extra-virgin olive oil. Earth & Vine Provisions Mustard in Key Lime Jalapeño, Smoky Onion Garlic and Sweet Fire Ale. Complementary contrasts are Earth & Vine's forte, shown in three mustards that debuted earlier this spring. Whether through the mingling of citrus and spice, savory onion and garlic with hickory smoke, or hot chipotle with a rich stout, these mustards will delight the taste buds. Each jar offers suggested uses for home chefs, like deviled eggs (key lime jalapeño), potato salad (smoky onion garlic) and chicken wings (sweet fire ale). earthnvine.com Food Imagineering Shemp's Old Fashioned Beer Mustard. Americans' love affair with beer is showing no signs of slowing. The latest exhibit: beer-infused mustard. This creamy spread, which joins the Shemp's Old Fashioned line of smallbatch mustards, has a zesty kick tempered by a touch of honey. Manufactured in the U.S. by Food Imagineering, this product contains no artificial colors or flavors. foodimagineering.com OCTOBER 2013 31

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