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Every day millions of people around the world wake up and reach out to grab a warm, aromatic cup of coffee. Just take a moment and smell that sweet Arabica brewed coffee that puts an extra jump in your step and a smile on your face. I personally like to say coffee is addicted to me.
We at Lorenz are bringing the amazing taste and quality of Lavazza coffee to grocers of Ontario in addition to our other offerings like deli meats, cheeses, desserts and snacks.
We did find a way to power through January and February, with the healthy eating, the New Year’s resolutions and of course the credit card bills. Congratulations to all and let’s breathe in the fresh air of March. With Easter approaching, many people will have family dinners to plan and attend. Why not treat your hosts or guests to a delicious Italian delicacy, Zeppole!
Now that the New Year is in full swing, are you wondering how to keep your meals healthy and delicious? I can share with you the latest buzz on tortillas, which are a very versatile addition to any meal! Tortilla, the name given by the Spaniards to the unleavened...
The country’s location between the East and the Mediterranean Sea helps to nourish and enrich the acreages of soil where the tomatoes are grown. The Turks start by resting the land in preparation for planting. How they utilize the water and sun is what differentiates this slow roasted tomato from any of its competitors. As the tomatoes are filtered through to the end product, they are processed in 3 different ovens and at 3 different temperatures. The process of this slow roasted tomato takes nearly a year to complete. The end result is a savory fusion delight. Investing insurmountable levels of patience reminds us of the catch phrase….”good things come to those who wait” and stands true for this Turkish slow roast delicacy.
Bocconcini, meaning “little bites” in Italian, are egg sized Mozzarella cheeses that originated in Naples and were once made only from the milk of water buffaloes. They are semi-soft, white and rindless, unripened mild cheeses available as a delicatessen in plastic tubs filled with whey or water. Nowadays, they are usually made from a combination of water buffalo and cow’s milk as opposed to Buffalo mozzarella. It is packaged in whey or water, as it is best consumed fresh.