Sausage in Profile: Chicken Supremo Italian Sausage

While the concept of sausage is simple, thousands of variations can be found throughout the world.  Sausages can be fresh, cured, smoked, or cooked. They are made of beef, pork, veal, chicken, and more. And they can include myriad ingredients, from spices and herbs to fruits, vegetables, and cheeses—and even liquids such as beer, whiskey, or blood. Our “ Sausage in Profile” series aims to introduce you to different types of sausage—their flavor profiles, histories, and uses—from familiar favorites to unique finds.

A Healthier Take on Tradition

Chicken Supremo Italian Sausage is a lower-fat and lower-calorie alternative to traditional Italian Sausages that are often made of pork. However, just because this sausage is healthier for you doesn’t mean that it compromises on flavor. This sausage offers the customary combination of traditional Italian seasoning such as oregano, basil, garlic, and fennel seeds.

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Foam on the Range: Cooking with Beer

You can do a whole lot more with beer than just drink it.

In fact, Men’s Health Magazine cites a total of 31 uses for beer, none of which have anything to do with tossing one down the hatch, yet 8 of which have to do with cooking—if you count the one about scaling fish (with the bottle cap, not the brew).

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Culinary DIY: Salsa

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Salsa, which is literally translated as the Spanish word for “sauce,” can take many forms. Salsa roja uses cooked tomatoes, while salsa cruda, pico de gallo, and salsa fresca use all raw ingredients. Salsa verde calls for tomatillos and is a delightful green color. And these are just a few of the many variations.
Prepared salsas sold in jars in the United States are always cooked to lengthen their shelf life so they can be sold in grocery stores and markets.
However, once you’ve tried fresh, homemade salsa, practically no mass-produced, jarred variety can compare. Here we show you how to make a chunky pico de gallo.

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Your New Favorite Party Food: Mini Meatloaf Pizza Cups

These mini meatloaf pizza cups are about to become your new favorite recipe. It’s a modern take on a comfort food classic, made in perfect portions for a party! This recipe is also a quick and delicious weeknight meal that the kids will love.

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We’ve Got the Secret Ingredient for Your Greatest Homemade Chili

Tired of the same old chili and looking for a way to, well, spice things up a bit? No, we’re not talking about a new seasoning. We’re talking about trying a new cut of beef in your recipe.

Check out this great video from our friend Troy at T-Roy Cooks. He uses our USDA Prime Tri-Tip in his chili recipe. As you can see, he could barely keep the taste-tester’s spoons out of the pot!

Your family is sure to love it too, or your friends would go wild for it at a party for the big game! Ready to make your own? You can find our USDA Prime Tri-Tip right here.

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How to Create a Turducken

Making a turducken is a labor-intensive, and—many would say—an advanced culinary technique.

So for those who want to satisfy their idle curiosity, here’s how a turducken is put together. For intrepid culinary explorers, a DIY turducken is an epicurean adventure and challenge on the scale of making Peking duck in a home kitchen. (more…)

The Twelve Days of Meatmas

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On the twelfth day of Meatmas
my true love sent to me:

12 Turkey Drumsticks
11 Porterhouses
10 Loin of Lamb Chops
9 Osso Buco
8 Braised Briskets
7 Baby Back Ribs
6 Pounds of Bacon
5 Legs of Lamb
4 Scaloppine
3 Frenched Racks
2 Tenderloins
some short ribs in a confit.

Ask the Butcher: What are you looking forward to eating this Thanksgiving?

Planning the perfect Thanksgiving menu can sometimes be difficult—there are just so many options from which to choose. With all of the delicious Thanksgiving dishes out there, we asked the Lobels to share what they most look forward to enjoying this Thanksgiving.

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Culinary DIY: Gravy

Every fluffy mashed, crunchy roasted, crispy fried, or creamy boiled potato cries out for a bath of concentrated richness of pan juices treated right.

Leftover gravy need never go to waste. So versatile, you’ll run out of gravy before you run out of ways to incorporate it into other recipes—from pot pies, hot sandwiches, and rice dishes to a topping for breakfast hash or Benedict-style egg entrees.

But don’t worry, you can always make more.

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Thanksgiving Turkey 101: How To Select, Prepare, and Serve

Traditions abound at Thanksgiving—and each family has its own. For some, Thanksgiving dinner isn’t complete without grandma’s secret gravy recipe. For others, it’s the green bean casserole or the pecan pie. For others, it’s the tradition of Dad carving the turkey at the head of the table, or all the children reciting the things for which they are thankful.

But one thing is certain—nearly every Thanksgiving dinner centers around a big, juicy, golden brown, roasted-to-perfection turkey. That’s why we’ve put together this A to Z guide of how to select, prepare, and serve your Thanksgiving turkey.

This year, let us help you treat your family to the juiciest, freshest, most natural and wholesome turkey available anywhere—a fresh All-Natural Thanksgiving Turkey from Lobel’s of New York.

It’ll truly be your most memorable Thanksgiving yet.

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