It’s Hatch Chile season! We love this time of year because we get to indulge in these uniquely delicious chiles, grown in Hatch Valley, New Mexico. They add a fantastic kick to any recipe and here is a great one you can have for breakfast from Melissa’s Hatch Chile Cookbook.
Tia Lupita’s Hot Sauce is made by a local Bay Area company. Tia Lupita is a small-batch hot sauce, handcrafted with produce sourced from local growers using Tia’s generations-old family recipe. Tia Lupita balances deep, rich flavors of ripe chili peppers with toasted spices and the brightness of organic distilled vinegar to produce a wonderfully complex, well-rounded sauce. It’s natural, non-GMO, gluten-free and there’s no added sugar.
Prepare to fall in love with this delicious, original, and authentic hot sauce that is full of heart, warmth, and nostalgia packs just the right amount heat. Add a kick of flavor to your sandwiches, soups, and tacos! Since it’s #TacoTuesday, we’re sharing a super easy recipe for vegan tacos featuring this delicious hot sauce.
Summer is one of my favorite times of the year – the sun, the warmer weather, and more opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Those are just a few of the season’s great highlights. S’mores have been synonymous with camping but let’s face it – it’s a sweet treat that we can induldge in all year-round! So fire up the grills because we have a s’mores recipe that is worthy of the campside…minus the actual camping ;P
Everyone has their favorite fruit and peaches ranks up pretty high on my list. Enjoy them raw as a snack, bake them for a sweet summer pie, or add them to your favorite dip…the possibilities are almost endless! Here’s a great-tasting recipe for Peach Tomato Salsa – perfect for those summer get-togethers! Continue reading
July is National Ice Cream Social Month! It’s our favorite time of year to enjoy this cool sweet treat that helps beat that Summer heat. We wanted to share with you all a yummy and fun way to eat ice cream. This recipe can be super easy to make – no complicated cooking required…unless you really want to break out that waffle maker, then you have that option too 😉 And hey, they include waffles so you can technically have them for breakfast…right? 😛
This might be the easiest chia pudding recipe ever…possibly the easiest recipe ever! It’s tasty and almost effortless to make. It’s great to have as dessert, a snack, and even great to have at your summer picnics, barbecues, or parties.You also have the option of adjusting the ingredients to accommodate people of common dietary restrictions. Everyone can enjoy this vegan and gluten-free treat!
It’s almost that time of year again where almost everyone you know fires up the grill of their 4th of July celebrations! There’s no better way to celebrate than with a Firecracker Chicken Burger!
At Mollie Stone’s, we are very proud to be able to bring the Bay Area produce and other products that are local. We encourage our customers to indulge local as it is a great way to support our Bay Area businesses and communities.
Massively sweet blueberries from Serres Ranch have become a local and popular favorite. Learn more about this family-owned company in a Q&A we did with them below: Continue reading
Father’s Day doesn’t always get the same consideration as Mother’s Day. Which is perhaps how it should be (and just how Dad would want you to prioritize things) but it means that the gift buying becomes a last minute scramble, defaults to tired convention (the dreaded tie), or both. This year, at Mollie Stone’s, The Dalmore single malt Scotch whisky has your upgrade. Actually, they’ve got four.
Over the last two weeks, I’ve covered some history of Scotch whisky and parsed the unique processes at The Dalmore, and all in service of this: helping you to grab the right bottle. Well, it’s go time. Good news though. You can’t make a bad call here.
Summer is near and peach season has commenced! We’ve got the peachiest recipe that is perfect for those lazy Summer mornings (or any time of day really!). Check out this recipe for Peachy Granola Yogurt Parfait: Continue reading