Summer time has come quickly and with that comes summer fun. Having family and friends drop in for a summer swim and creating amazing memories no doubt requires food and appetizers with a great bottle of wine, spritzer or cold beer. Instead of the usual BBQ dishes, why not try something unique? One dish that will have your guests coming back for more is the authentic rice ball also known as arancini! Continue reading
Slow roasted tomatoes from Turkey…..yes you read it right, Turkey! Did you know Turkish cuisine is regarded as one of the most prominent in the world? A big emphasis is on refining Central Asian, Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Balkan cuisines. Right away you may think of freshness, herbs, spices, night life and social get-togethers with family and friends. Continue reading
Cheesemongers beware! There are three new cheddars in town and their names are Carmelized Onion, Thai Curry, and Ranch Cheddar! Pine River cheesemakers have built a reputation for their unique brand of high quality aged cheddar originating back to 1885 and we are pleased to carry this brand here at Lorenz Food!
Located near the shores of Lake Huron, on the banks of the Pine River, this manufacturer has invested years of creating the finest cheeses like Mozzarella, Monterrey jack, Havarti, and Colby, not to mention their signature three, five, seven, eight and 9 year old cheddar that can only be found in specialty cheese shops across Ontario. Maybe you are one of those shops! Continue reading
Fall is here and that means Grey Cup parties are just around the corner. Are you looking for delicious, all natural products to add to your shelves? We’re sure your customers will love adding this salsa to their party tables and entertaining their guests with these healthy choices. This salsa is also an excellent appetizer or starter especially during the holiday season. But salsa is more than just a snack – it has significant positive health effects too!
Did you know a tomato a day can help keep the doctor away? And why wouldn’t it – considering tomatoes are rich in vitamins C, A and folic acid? They provide 40 percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C, 20 percent of vitamin A, 2 percent of iron and 1 percent of calcium. The more tomatoes you eat, helps lower your risk of certain cancers such as lung, stomach and prostate. Continue reading