1/4 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Michelle Walton knows good sangria. She spent $100 mixing a batch from a South American recipe. But with a bottle of Maria Ole Sangria from TJ’s, Michelle now impresses her friends for a fraction of the cost. Take 30 seconds to listen to how she does it. She makes it seem so easy! Thanks for sharing, Michelle!
Trader Joe’s serves up the ingredients for a healthful, nutritious, filling and yummy meal!
What a difference a day and about 2,000 miles make. Back in America’s heartland, we’re offered household sugar at our Trader Joe’s coffee tasting station. But in West Los Angeles, I was greeted at the coffee counter by Liquid Stevia and Blue Agave Sweetener.
Another way TJ’s knows its customers and makes it local.
I love my Shamrocks. I have the purple variety. From a small bunch from Trader Joe’s a few years ago, they now fill two pots, and another repotting is needed soon. I love how they go to sleep every night and stretch their petals full every morning.
Here it is again: Your yearly chance to invite a wee Shamrock plant to call your house its home.
Hello, moon. Good night, Shamrocks.
A bag of shredded Brussels Sprouts = good eating ahead!
Start by sauteing some garlic and onion in olive oil.
Add more onion and the bag of B. Sprouts. Include the balsamic vinegar and water as recommended on the bag.
When done, I also squeezed some lemon juice on top. I did not use bacon, but that could be a meat-eater’s happy addition.
I separated the batch into four containers for easy access at meal time.
Here’s the official recipe, but be creative and make it your own: