So, here’s what it looks like when you get your groceries…
There are little frozen cold packs in with the perishables. They’re re-usable, too.
Fish and ginger miso sauce from Rex’s Seafood. Cupcakes from LaDuni. Grilling sauce from Flavor’s from Afar. Let’s do a little close up of those cupcakes. (Which are fabulously delicious, by the way!)
Beautiful mushrooms and salad greens from FM1410, Tom Spicer’s place. Banana peppers from Larken Farms. Scardello’s cheese and charcuterie.
Steaks from Hirsch Meats. Steaks are for dinner today. Looking good!
Here’s my first recipe with an Artizone product…
1888 Dirtiest Martini Dip with Bleu Cheese
1 12-oz whipped cream cheese
1 cup mayo
1 cup sour cream
3/4-1 cup 1888 Dirtiest Martini Mix
1 1/2 cup chopped olives
3/4 lb blue cheese crumbles
2 tablespoons softened butter
Mix ingredient together and refrigerate. (got the recipe at Central Market)
Or don’t refrigerate for an hour! I didn’t and it was delicious. I basically cut the recipe in half. Very tasty! Next, I’m going to make myself a Bloody Mary and splash in a bit of the 1888. Can’t wait for that. That’ll hold me over while Hub fires up the grill.
One more thing. Their customer service is more than outstanding! You can put a little note on your order if you have a question someone will call you right away. I got a follow-up call to be sure I was satisfied. Their people are well spoken and intelligent. They make you feel like they actually care about your satisfaction. I can’t recommend these people enough. And no, I’m not getting any breaks or discounts because I’ve written about Artizone. This is totally my choice.
Happy 4th of July everyone!!!