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February, 2010

See our Fresh Winter Vegetables!

Steamed Red Kidney Beans

Steamed Red Kidney Beans
Beans are so convenient and easy to use. They are ready-to-eat out of the package as is or heated up; there is no extra prep time! Kidney beans are delicious and a high fiber food. Add them to soups, stews and casseroles, or toss them into a salad for added flavor. They are a healthy addition to any dish. They come packaged in a vacuum sealed package with an extended shelf life.

Peeled Baby Red Beets

Melissa's Peeled Baby Red Beets are so convenient and easy to use. No more mess from boiling and peeling fresh beets. These no-hassle beets are vacuum sealed for extended shelf-life (a good 3 months!). Just slice or dice and add to your favorite recipe. They can be served hot or cold. Melissa's Baby Red Beets are approximately 40 calories each and contain no fat, sodium or cholesterol. Beets are also a source of fiber and are rich in potassium.


Microwavable Baby Vegetables
Microwavable Baby Vegetables
Melissa’s microwaveable baby vegetables are ready to go veggies in several varieties: Baby Peeled Carrots, Baby Green Zucchini, Baby Summer Squash, Baby Veggie Medley, French Beans, Sugar Snap Peas and Sno Peas. They are packaged in a value added microwavable dish. In just 2-3 minutes you can create a delicious side dish. These are great for a quick side dish or low calorie snack. Just microwave and serve.








Melissa's Dessert Sauces
Melissa's Dessert Sauces
These delicious sauces are available in 5 flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Kiwi Lime, Mango, and Raspberry. They are perfect for quick and easy desserts; Use them on crepes, ice cream, and cheese cake or drizzled over chocolate cake. They come in a ready to use squeeze bottle that will make you look like a gourmet dessert maker! Perfect for a touch of elegance to finish any meal.









Chile Peppers
Chile Peppers
Chile peppers have been cultivated for more than 7,000 years, and were used extensively by the Incas and Aztecs. Today they are used by many ethnic groups in their daily cooking. There are several varieties of fresh chile peppers: yellow (or caribe), pasilla (or poblano), red and green Fresno, Habanero, Jalapeño, Anaheim, and Serrano, to name a few. Chile peppers get their heat from ‘capsaicin’, oil that can burn your eyes and mouth. The hottest of these mentioned is the habanero chile, which is off the heat scale in comparison to the others. A general rule of thumb is, the smaller the chile, the hotter the bite. Also, when preparing chiles, if you remove the seeds and ribs, the chile will be milder. We also suggest wearing gloves and use caution not to touch your eyes.




Cactus Leaves (Nopales)
Cactus Leaves (Nopales)
Cactus Leaves are actually a delicious side dish or ingredient for many recipes. Cactus leaves are the pads of the prickly pear cactus. They are also called nopales. They taste similar to asparagus or green beans. Cactus leaves are great in omelets or casseroles. They are also delicious sautéed and served as a side dish. Cactus Leaves are an excellent source of Vitamins A and C. They are low in calories. They should be stored in the refrigerator and washed before use. Also, be careful of any pricks which can poke your skin. Melissa's has them available ready to eat in a 12/1# tub. They are washed and diced them making them easy to use.