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Johnsonville Grillers and More Products We Tried This Week

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Grilling options from Johnsonville: For your outdoor grilling consideration this summer, Johnsonville has an impressive variety of both cooked and uncooked sausages, including the patriotic “Firecracker” Brats, Stadium Brats, Beer Brats, Cheddar Brats, and Chorizo Brats, to name a few.

Johnsonville also offers chicken and turkey sausages with 50 percent less fat, plus Johnsonville Grillers, made with premium cuts of pork and special spice blends. For a quick snack, Johnsonville Snack Summer Sausage in three sizes and four flavors (Original, Beef, Garlic, Old World Spice).

Cookie Butters and Spreads from Amoretti: For lovers of Nutella, speculoos, or cookie butters in general, Amoretti has three “butters” to add to your rotation: Hazelnut, Graham Cracker, and Cookies & Cream.

Superbutter Spreads: Seeds like sunflower, flax, and sesame are roasted and turned into Vanilla Bean superbutter and Chocolate superbutter. superbutters do not contain major allergens like dairy and soy, and are a good source of protein and antioxidants.

Elderflower Hard Cider from Angry Orchard: Angry Orchard's Elderflower summer seasonal hard cider is back! Balancing crisp apple sweetness and the European tradition of elderflower cordials, the seasonal hard cider is a refreshing summer option that lends itself well to light cocktails, if you’re so inclined.

Jarlsberg Minis: Mild, mellow and nutty, each Jarlsberg Mini is dipped in wax and wrapped in cellophane, replicating the popular Jarlsberg wheel, and packaged 5 (20g) pieces in colorful eye-catching bags. Each mini is only 70 calories each and perfectly sized for a small snack.

LO Organolicious Fruit Blends: For anyone who needs to regulate their blood glucose levels, LO fruit beverages, in Pomegranate, Pomegranate Mojito, Acai-Blue, and Mango Mojito offer a low-glycemic juice alternative that’s made with organic blue agave and stevia extract.

The Better Chip: Now available in 10,000 stores across the country: chips made of beets, corn, chipotle, jalapeño, and spinach and kale for healthier snack options that are also sturdy enough for nacho construction and topping retention.

Bottled Oi Ocha Shincha Green Tea: For the first time in the United States, bottled first-harvest Japanese green tea is available. Oi Ocha Shincha is low in caffeine, high in antioxidants and vitamin C, and has been lauded by chef Nobu Matsuhisa of Nobu restaurants. "Shincha offers the ultimate tea experience for us Japanese," said chef Matsuhisa. "I am pleased that it has made its way to America as the fresh aroma and flavor is truly unmatched. Its smooth and clean finish truly complements the purity of our cuisine." Oi Ocha Shincha green tea is avaiable for purchase online through ITO EN.

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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.

Customer Testimonials

Griller's Pride was established to provide kosher-keeping families and individuals with top-quality and innovative meat and poultry products. Our passion for producing quality products and for providing friendly and efficient customer service constitutes the basis of our company mission.

Growing our customer base within Atlanta, the Southeast and indeed the entire continental United States is essential to our ongoing viability. Unquestionably, word-of-mouth recommendation is the best way to attract new customers and we thank all those many customers who have so kindly done so.

If you, as a customer, have been no less than 100% satisfied with the level of our service and the quality of our products, we would be very appreciative if you would provide us with a testimonial, so that we may publish it on this page - together with your name and the city in which you live. If so, please would you email your testimonial to: [email protected]

The dinner was wonderful. your kosher veal chops, etc are still bing talked about from all visitors from all over the country. (r egarding her son's wedding at the Inter-Continental Buckhead)

Everything You Need to Tailgate at Home This Year

Tailgate party spread with hot wings, pig in a blanket, nachos, pretzels, and popcorn with football and a football jersey.

Photo by: mphillips007/Getty Images

The 2020 football season is about to start, but, like everything else, it's going to be a little different this year. Most teams aren't allowing fans (at least at the start of the season) and others are only permitting a very limited capacity, meaning most game day activities will be happening at home. Fret not, though: We think this is an opportunity to take tailgating to a whole new level. With an entire kitchen and even outdoor appliances at your disposal, there are no limits to what pre-game snacks you can have at your "homegate" this year. We've rounded up some must-have items to make rooting for the home team a ton of fun.

YouTheFan NFL 3-Piece Spirit Series BBQ Grill Set

When tailgating at home, there is no such thing as too much team spirit. Snag this three-piece set donning your favorite team's logo and name, and rest assured that while you can't control the outcome of the game, you can control what happens on the grill.

Instant Pot Duo Nova

No matter where you're enjoying your pre-game festivities, one thing remains true — no tailgate is complete without snacks. Make your favorite queso, Buffalo chicken dip or spinach artichoke dip in your Instant Pot with ease. It's a real game changer in the kitchen!

Zyliss Easy Chopper Manual Processor

We love this chopper for making salsa and guacamole with the simple pull of the lever. Just add in the ingredients, give it a pull and you'll have the perfect game day snack in no-time, and with minimal clean-up, which is a win-win if you're making all the food yourself this year.

Mini Projector

You might not be able to attend games this year, but that doesn't mean you have to give up the fun of enjoying sports outside. Set up a projector against the house or put up a white sheet to cheer on your team from the comfort of your own backyard.

BLACK+DECKER 7-Quart Digital Slow Cooker

Sometimes, a recipe just calls for a classic slow cooker. If you're prepping game-day chili or nachos, you can't go wrong with having one of these kitchen gadgets on-hand. Plus, we love the chalk finish, which makes the surface perfect for showing off what you're cooking or representing with some team spirit.

Traeger Eastwood 22 Wood Pellet Grill and Smoker in Silver Vein

The biggest benefit of tailgating at home is getting to use all your great backyard cooking gear — making this year the perfect one to add a smoker to your arsenal. Experts recommend this one because it takes less than five minutes to heat up and doubles as a wood-burning smoker and grill.

Dexas Polysafe White Cutting Board

In testing, this was our favorite plastic cutting board due to its size, stability and stain resistance. If you're taking your cooking outside more this fall than usual, it's good to have the right tools to make prep work as easy as possible.

Coleman 48-Quart Performance Cooler

A great cooler is a must-have for any outdoor dining event, especially when sports are involved. Fill it with your favorite canned cocktails, beer or fizzy drink, so you always have a refreshing beverage at arm's reach.

Buddeez Unbreakable 3-1/2-Gallon Beverage Dispenser

Fill this drink dispenser with anything from water and iced tea to your favorite bulk cocktail. Either way, it's a convenient way to have enough of your go-to drink out and ready to last the entire game.

Nutrichef Electric Food Warmer in Black/Chrome

Keep everything from wings, pigs in a blanket or your favorite dip warm for the entire duration of the game with an electric food warmer. As long as you have an accessible outlet, you can easily maintain the proper temperature for whatever you make outside.

Chicken Souvlaki

Posted By Savita

Chicken Souvlaki is Greek chicken kabobs marinated in fresh herb oregano (my fav), garlic, lemon, olive oil and seasonings. So simple, but amazingly flavorful chicken kabobs, Chicken Souvlaki is must try for every Mediterranean food lover! *Gluten free, carb-free, low-fat, paleo, and whole-30 diet friendly.

So today I thought to give you another favorite to include in your Summer BBQ menu!

Oh, and no worries if you not looking to grill. I have included instructions to prepare chicken souvlaki kabobs in oven! With just 10 minutes prep and pantry staples, this Greek chicken main course is much easier to prepare at home than you might imagine.

So, let's cook some chicken sooov-lah-kee! Shall we?

Just like most Greek chicken recipes, herbs and spices are heart of Chicken souvlaki. Being a spice and herbs fanatic, this chicken preparation won me over for my love of oregano. I came across oregano chicken (first time) in a Mexican restaurant. (I know! What are the odds?!)

. then, second time in a Greek restaurant.. even though both marinades and taste profiles were different.. one thing I connected with immediately.. and that was the oregano.

If you love Greek/Mexican cooking.. I'm sure you are no new to flavor of oregano. It is also a good antioxidant and healthy herb. I love using it in soups, and even in salad dressings.

In simple words, there is no chicken souvlaki without oregano. Period.

Of course, garlic, lemon, and olive oil are also important ingredients in souvlaki marinade.. but oregano, is the Star! My personal touch in this marinade is cumin powder (for some earthiness), parsley for freshness, and little chili flakes for a subtle kick.

For chicken souvlaki recipe, I used combination of fresh and dried oregano. Dried oregano is more potent and adds more punch of flavor. Honestly, when I don't have fresh oregano in-hand, I often replace is all with dried.

To prepare chicken souvlaki, I start by mixing marinate ingredients, oregano, garlic, lemon, olive oil, parsley, chili flakes, and cumin powder in a bowl or a seal-able plastic bag. Once marinade is ready, I either slice chicken into bite-size pieces or pound chicken tenders into flat strips to make (little fancy) skewers. Either ways, for good flavor, it is important to marinate chicken for at-least 30 minutes. This is what brings out the flavor of oregano and garlic. Also, marinade tenderizes chicken and kabobs come out moist and juicy. Pure yumm

When ready to grill, I skew chicken onto skewers, and throw on pre-heated grill until chicken is fully cooked from all sides and kabobs have nice char.. exactly like you get in Greek restaurants!

That's it! Souvlaki Chicken is really THAT easy recipe. Just make sure to keep an eye on chicken when start to char, don't let oregano burn out. I like to brush kabobs with mixture of lemon, oil and salt.. this mixture keeps kabobs moist and prevents burning of delicious marinade.

Mix marinade, marinate chicken, skew and grill! #deliciouschickensouvlaki

In-fact, I often marinate an extra batch of chicken. (Marinade recipe doubles easily). then, one weekdays, even when I have no plans to switch-on grill, chicken souvlaki is ready in oven or even on stove-top in a cast iron grill pan. My personal favorite is oven-method.. or I should say, oven broil method because it brings that charred grilled kabobs flavor in chicken.

Note: I have included method to cook chicken souvlaki in oven in the notes because you will be making it again. I bet! This recipe is a sure winner!

The chicken souvlaki recipe is *gluten free but I'm including grilled pita idea for serving. It is optional, yet I must say, Souvlaki and pita are simply made for each other. To grill pita, oil pita bread, and throw on the grill just until nice grill mark appears on both sides. Serve on side for a complete Mediterranean chicken dinner with side of rice and salad. I also recommend serving Tzatziki sauce on side.

*If you want to keep dinner gluten free, only serve with side of rice and greens salad. If looking for carb free. Skip rice as well and double the amount of greens.

Now, this is the magic of home cooking! Isn't it? Gluten free, carb free or just a Greek-style dinner night, you can take homemade food and go many healthy directions!

So, not just stop there! This week, I have plans to bring to you, two more recipes that will add value to your Chicken Souvlaki Dinner! If you making this tonight, cook some extra and save leftovers. hint hint

3. A stuffed burger press for creating a no-mess meat hug around delicious toppings like you're living in the year 3020. Sometimes all ya' need is a lil' excitement to get cookin'.

Make cleanup even easier by using plastic wrap on the tool.

Promising review: "The top has a protrusion that pushes the excess beef to the sides of the container, creating a perfect pocket for whatever toppings you care to add. Simply add some more ground beef to the top and press down with the top to create a perfect seal. The sealed burgers are easily extracted — the bottom plate can be pushed from below, allowing you to easily extract the burger without disturbing the contents or the shape. Drop them on the grill and you are ready to go. It really is as easy as that." —Christopher J. Hamilton

Our Homemade Bratwurst Recipe

If you&rsquore new to homemade sausage making, you&rsquoll want to check out our post on African Boerewors sausage. Towards the end of the post, right above the recipe, we share three key essentials of homemade sausage making.

Like I mentioned before, there are MANY ways to put together a bratwurst, and everyone has their own idea of what the perfect bratwurst is.

Our idea of a &ldquoperfect bratwurst&rdquo comes from our travels in Germany, paired with the undeniable fact that we do live in Wisconsin, where the Sheboygan brat reigns supreme. Because of this, we like to think that our preference for bratwurst embodies a nice balance between the two.

While Reinhard&rsquos homemade bratwurst recipe gave us a great start towards creating our perfect bratwurst, we did find that we wanted to tweak her seasonings just a bit, to better capture the flavor profile we were craving.

But, with just a few tweaks, we had beautiful homemade bratwurst that rivaled any store-bought versions we had tasted.

Are you ready to dive in?

Five Two Ultimate Baking Tool Set

"Just because we're not still in peak sourdough times, doesn't mean we're not still baking at home. At least, I am, because while meditation has never really been my thing (I've tried!), I love meditative activities, like kneading dough and daubing egg wash over the surface of a pie crust and smoothing icing along the contours of a cake. And, is there anything more satisfying than cleaning up by pulling a bench scraper across your counter surface? Not to me there isn't — that's my own, hyper-specific ASMR. All to say, I love Food52's new baking tool set, which lets me lead my best baking life, scraping and frosting and daubing away — heaven." —KI

Food52 Five Two Ultimate Baking Tool Set, $, available at Food52

Grilling Season is Here! Get Your Keto on with Our Favorite Low Carb Hot Dogs & Sausages

It&rsquos grilling season, so we&rsquore sharing some of our favorite hot dogs, sausages, and brats that are keto friendly &ndash so you can enjoy those summer get-togethers without feeling guilty! Substitute lettuce for the bun &ndash or go without &ndash and throw some mustard, onions, and pickles on your grilled meats for some added zing. YUM!

12 grams Fat | 2 gram Carbs | 6 grams Protein | 140 Calories

With no added nitrates or nitrites (except naturally present in sea salt and celery powder), these dogs have a great kosher beef taste without the funky added ingredients.

20 grams Fat | 1 gram Carbs | 11 grams Protein | 230 Calories

Wellshire contains ONLY five ingredients. FIVE! Better yet, there are NO antibiotics, NO growth hormones, NO preservatives, and NO added nitrates or nitrites. That just leaves room for all of the great flavor.

20 grams Fat | 2 gram Carbs | 9 grams Protein | 230 Calories

12 grams Fat | 0 gram Carbs | 8 grams Protein | 150 Calories

Made from 100% USA grass-fed organic beef from family-run farms in the Pacific Northwest, these hot dogs are succulent, plump, and have no added nitrates or nitrites.

15 grams Fat | 1 gram Carbs | 7 grams Protein | 170 Calories

Johnsonville&rsquos Andouille Smoked Sausage is made with NO artificial flavors or colors, NO MSG, and NO fillers&hellipplus, they&rsquore gluten-free! These are a favorite at my house, and we always keep them stocked in the fridge for busy mornings. They cook up on the stove in a pinch!

9 grams Fat | 0 gram Carbs | 7 grams Protein | 110 Calories

The Applegate Organics Beef hot dogs have NO chemical nitrates or nitrites, NO artificial ingredients or preservatives, NO fillers, and NO GMO ingredients. And because their beef is 100% grass-fed and pasture raised, there&rsquos no ROOM for growth hormones or antibiotics &ndash ever!

11 grams Fat | 1 gram Carbs | 7 grams Protein | 130 Calories

These delectable dogs are made with all grass-fed and grass-finished beef. There are NO hormones, NO antibiotics, NO nitrites or nitrates, NO MSG, and NO sugar&hellipand they&rsquore also gluten-free! Anyway, who&rsquod ruin a delicious hot dog with gluten?

11 grams Fat | 2 gram Carbs | 15 grams Protein | 170 Calories

Saag&rsquos Naturals are made from farm-raised chickens that are free of added hormones and antibiotics. And with sauerkraut? Oh my goodness! So good!

4.5 grams Fat | 1 gram Carbs | 12 grams Protein | 90 Calories

These Mild Italian chicken sausages are SDA Certified Organic, made from free range, organic chickens fed a 100% vegetarian, antibiotic-free diet. Plus, they&rsquore gluten-free, soy-free, casing-free, GMO-free, nitrate-free, nitrite-free, and contain no MSG! Better yet, since they&rsquore fully cooked, you just heat and serve!

11 grams Fat | 1 gram Carbs | 15 grams Protein | 160 Calories

31 grams Fat | 4 gram Carbs | 17 grams Protein | 370 Calories

You can also whip up these low-carb Pigs in a Blanket and/or this Sausage Sheet Pan Meal! YUM!

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I normally by Dr. Praeger's California veggie burgers. They also have Morning Star there, which I like alot. Sometimes I also buy those Tiki Masala Burgers(?) which have tandoori flavors.

Have you tried Quorn? it isn't at TJ's but at some groceries and Whole Foods and I swear that is sooo gooood.

Thanks for the response. I appreciate it. Do you happen to know the price of the Dr Praeger burgers?

I"m also curious if Trader Joe's own brand of veggie burgers are good.

We haven't tried Quorn. I think the small health food store near me may have it. I think Wegmans may carry it also.

Thanks for the response. I appreciate it. Do you happen to know the price of the Dr Praeger burgers?

I"m also curious if Trader Joe's own brand of veggie burgers are good.

We haven't tried Quorn. I think the small health food store near me may have it. I think Wegmans may carry it also.

I think Dr. Praegers is about 2.99 or 3.99. But if you said your husband likes mushroom, then he would like Quorn, All of their meat is made with mushroom protein and it tastes exactly like meat whereas Dr. Praegers is ground up vegetables that are visible so it has more of a vegetable taste. However, Quorn is more expensive it's like 4.99 -5.99.

I haven't tried trader joe's versions but everything trader joe's makes is usually delicious so those probably are too.

Sherry, I saw this on my phone while I was at lunch, so I took down the prices for you.

My favorite is the Mornignstar Tomato Basil Pizza Burger. It does have cheese. I don't notice a weird aftertaste, and it does have a nice pizza-like taste. $2.99 for a box of four.

Next favorite is the Trader Joe's Masala Veggie Burger. Nice masala taste and good with some naan or any Indian side dish. Not too hot. $2.49 for a box of 4.

The newish product is the private label Trader Joe's Veggie Burger. It main base is freekeh, which I really like, so I like this burger. Interestingly, it reminds me of a crabcake in texture, and a bit in taste the way they use the veggies and spices. Very mild.

We have one Praegers - the California one. We used to have a Tex-Mex one that has been discontinued. I'm not a huge fan of the Praegers since I notice that soy aftertaste. Others like them, and they sell well, but not nearly as well as the Morningstar and the Masala. The Masala seems to be the best seller in our store. Praegers are $3.49 for a box of 4.

I hope this helps. Let me know if you need any more info. I have Tuesday and Wednesday off, but I can always get more into later.

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