Article: February, 2018

Mirepoix: The Building Block of Flavor

In cultures around the world, cooked dishes have a very common element that links them in a very significant way: a foundation of aromatics—a blend of vegetables that contribute aroma, depth of flavor, nuance, and richness.

Probably the most prominent of these in American cuisine is borrowed from the French: mirepoix, a combination of diced vegetables of 2 parts onion to 1 part each of celery and carrots.

 

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Spotlight on 5th-Generation Butcher Mark Lobel

“I always had the passion for the business,” says Stanley Lobel’s youngest son Mark, who started working at Lobel’s in 1986. Despite trying his hand at other jobs, Mark always preferred the family business, and after receiving a degree in Business Administration from Long Island University he began working full time in the store.

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