The SAUCETALK NEWSLETTER
Club Sauce…where sauce is the art and the essence of fine cooking!
In This Issue:
Wake up call
In the news…
Greetings to all! Tis’ a Mother’s Day wake up call from Club Sauce with a timely array of gift ideas and special savings from our select group
of partners. Make shopping easier this year with time and gas saving ideas all from your easy chair, anytime day or night. It couldn’t be simpler and yet always appreciated – Order and ship a variety of gifts such as a lovely bouquet of flowers or a gift of her favorite wines, perhaps coffee
from Hawaii, a fruit baskest from Florida or a delicious Maryland crab feast just for starters.
Fond memories of mom in the kitchen may be just the inspiration
you need to gift her with a membership in the Rouxbe Cooking
School. They are a premier lifetime partner for honing kitchen skills,
learning new cooking techniques and the gathering of recipes on her
own time. A professional school with professional training for the beginner as well as the seasoned cook (pardon the pun). I promise you there is always something new to learn when it comes to cooking. I know, I own a membership and find it a great resource and teaching tool in the kitchen or when I want to kickback and learn something new.
Click here for a free Rouxbe Cooking School. demo and cooking lesson.
The Club Sauce home page has a variety of great gift ideas offered by our premier partners as well as a number of authorized special discounts
now through Mother’s Day.
These are some of the most popular categories to delight mom on her special day.
Demi glace, stocks and finishing sauces
Aged balsamic vinegar, Saba dressing,Verjus, Pomegranate Splash
Salsa, chutney and spicy jams
BBQ sauces, seasonings and rubs
Truffles, capers and saffron
Beef, meats and wild game
Fish, seafood and caviar
Cookbooks, magazines, to cooking untensils and equipment
In the news
Important food facts and research seems to be making the news on a daily basis. I believe that much of it is overlooked or lost in this seemingly chaotic world and is worth repeating. Not only does it pertain to what we are putting into our bodies but is an overall health and well-being concern on a daily basis – if not for all, at least for most of us.
The following news caught my eye along with a related website link
to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. All in conjunction with my previous newsletter regarding the Mislabeling of Fish and Seafood (posted on The SauceTalk Newsleter Blog). This particular news item has to do with Whole Foods as well as a number of other stores and restaurants limiting the species of seafood they would carry in the future in addition to where and how the seafood was harvested.
I have created a link to the Monterey Bay Aquarium – specifically their
Seafood Watch program detailing what to buy and why with tons of additional information regarding sustainability, seafood and the sea. It is informative as well as thought provoking with information about What You
Can Do to become more aware of the oceans around us as well as helping
in their sustainability.
Jules Silver and the Club Sauce Team