Cooking, Good Food, Miss Kim, Travel

Experiencing Regional Food Through Bibimbob

Have you ever tried bibimbob? Though there’s a number of different styles, they all feature a bed of rice, fresh local ingredients, and flavorful sauce. It’s the perfect cuisine to see how varied and unique regional Korean food is. Each region takes what is available locally and seasonally and puts its own stamp on it. […]

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Coffee, Good Food

DRIPPIN’ IN FRESHNESS: How to get the most out of your coffee

When we stand in our kitchens, bleary-eyed with coffee pot in hand, it’s unlikely that we’re reflecting on how this beverage—which we ritualistically consume—is made. Perfectly understandable, given that most of us don’t have any synapses firing until after the stuff hits our lips.
 So, right now, in this very moment, we’d like to invite […]

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Cooking, Good Food, Miss Kim, Recipes

Miso Butter Squash Recipe from Miss Kim

Our Miso Butter Squash is a guest favorite to rave about. A savory, buttery squash that melts in your mouth, it truly is one of the reasons we can say food is the answer to everything. When the US Army was stationed in Korea after the war, butter became more readily available and Koreans soon […]

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Agriculture, Food Artisans, Good Food, Mail Order

Gunthorp’s Pecan Smoked Duroc Hams

Forget the pineapple. These hams start with heritage Duroc pork raised outdoors on pasture on a single farm in northern Indiana. They’re cured and smoked by the meat mavens at Smoking Goose. The result? They’re showstoppers without the extra garnishes. It all begins at Gunthorp Farm in LaGrange, Indiana. Greg Gunthorp is a fourth-generation pig […]

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Deli, Good Food, Parm Project

Celebrate the PARMAdays with a chance to win!

Happy PARMAdays! Now through December 30th, we’re giving you the chance to win a number of Parmigiano Reggiano prize packs to gift to friends or to treat yourself this holiday season! We’re giving away over $2,000 in prizes! Fill out our online contest form to enter! Want to learn more about our exclusive Parm Project? […]

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Deli, Good Food

Gefilte Fish Gets a Bad Rap, but It Has a Rich History

Twice a year homemade gefilte fish appears in the Deli case. I’m always happy to see it because it brings back big memories for me! I know I’m not alone—food critic Mimi Sheraton says it’s “part of the holy trinity of Jewish holiday eating: chicken soup, chopped liver, gefilte fish.” Having grown up regularly eating […]

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