Kikkoman Soy Sauce is naturally brewed from wheat, soybeans, water and salt. Like fine wine, Kikkoman Soy Sauce is aged for several months to develop its characteristic rich, yet mellow flavor, appetizing aroma and distinctive reddish-brown color.
San-J Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauce, Non GMO Black Label, 64 Ounce
San-J International is dedicated to the manufacture of premium Tamari soy sauce and quality Asian-inspired products. We endeavor to produce excellence in our products and services. San-J was established in 1804 in Japan as a Tamari and miso company and began selling Tamari in the United States in 1978 as an importer to natural food and industrial food markets. Tamari quickly proved itself to be desirable to American tastes and we decided to build a plant to brew Tamari in North America. in addition to the production facilities, San-J's administration, research & development, sales and marketing departments are headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. San-J President, Takashi Sato is an eighth-generation member of the founding family and today, San-J continues the tradition of quality with a variety of Tamari premium soy sauces, Asian cooking sauces, salad dressings, soups, and rice crackers available throughout United States and Canada.
More Than Gourmet Demi-glace Gold French Demi-glace, 16-Ounce Unit
Manufacturer: More Than Gourmet
Brand: More Than Gourmet
Classic French Demi-Glace made in the old world tradition of Escoffier from brown stock and Sauce Espagnole. Demi-Glace Gold is reduced four times from the classic and allows you to make elegant finished French Sauces quickly and easily. Our low heat cooking techniques and 30-hour reduction process give the product a beautiful shine, flavor and texture, which make finished sauces that are glossy to the eye and decided in taste.
Cholula Original Hot Sauce 1/2 Gallon, 64oz. by Cholula [Foods]
Cholula Hot Sauce Original is all about Flavor, Fire and Fun. More than any other Hot Sauce, Cholula's delicious blend of piquin peppers, chile arbol and signature spices enhances food flavors without overpowering them. It's a combination that has defined Cholula as The Flavorful Fire. Cholula makes your enjoyment of eggs, omelets, soups, pizza, dips, appetizers, drinks - virtually all your favorite foods - a more festive experience you will want to share with others.
The don pepino brand was created by the sclafani family in 1950. The sclafani family began in the food industry in the late 1800's when Marie sclafani and her husband came to US from Italy with their four sons. The family started with a small grocery store in New York. Marie's sons began importing Italian products under the sclafani name in 1900. The business and product line grew and the next generation took over sclafani brothers in the 1930's, renaming it the joseph l. Sclafani company. America's first fully prepared pizza sauce made from fresh vine ripened tomatoes. Created in 1950, we use the same great recipe today, hundreds of millions of pizzas later. Don pepino is ideal for use in countless red sauce applications, in addition to pizza.
Muir Glen organic tomatoes are grown in the country’s prime tomato-growing region – the San Joaquin Valley of California. We’re named after legendary naturalist John Muir, and since our company’s founding over a decade ago, we’ve been committed to helping our farmers grow tomatoes organically. Our growers’ certified organic farming methods create healthy, nutrient-rich soil, and all Muir Glen tomatoes are packaged without synthetic chemical additives of any kind. We believe that the care we take in growing and processing our tomatoes shows in our product’s spectacular flavor.
Cincinnati Chili Preparing Directions: This chili has magical powers. It can get you past a bad break up or improve your productivity at work. However, in order to unleash the magic you must use the following recipe. It also makes the best batch of chili you'll ever eat. * 1 package of chili * 6 cups of water * 1 small can of tomato paste * 1.5 lbs of thawed lean ground beef * 1 bag of oyster crackers * 1 bag or brick of Tillamook mild cheddar cheese * 1 white onion The trick to making great chili is cooking time and temperature coupled with the consistency of the ground beef. In a large pot add 6 cups of water. Add 1 small can of tomato paste and the chili powder. Wash your hands, because you are going to be putting them in the pot. Now add the ground beef into the mixture, but shred it as finely as you can while it's in the water. You want as thin a consistency as possible. This is why it's important that the meat be thawed. Do not brown the meat! Next turn on the heat, beat mixture with a fork, and let boil for 1 minute. Then reduce to a rolling simmer. Let it simmer like this uncovered for about 45 minutes. Stirring occasionally. Use a wooden spoon for best results. After about 45 minutes turn the heat down to a light simmer for another 20 minutes. You can tell it's ready for the heat reduction when you stir and the chili starts to bubble out of the pot. After the 20 minutes remove the pot from the stove. Let is stand for 10 minutes. You don't want it too hot, because you don't want the cheese to melt into it.