Some really exciting new products just hit the Marx Foods & Marx Pantry stores. Check them out!
New to Marx Foods:
Iberico Pork is considered amongst the world’s finest pork. You’ve probably heard of Iberico ham, but it turns out the rest of the hog is also incredibly delicious. “Chefs are telling us it’s the best pork they’ve ever worked with” kinda’ delicious.
If you want to party like Spaniards do, go for the secreto or pluma (end loin), season simply with salt & pepper, then sear or grill it to an internal temperature of 125°F (more rare than Americans normally would).*
You’ll be amazed by how succulent and tasty it is.
New to Marx Pantry:
We’re not talking about run of the mill canned tuna here. Portugal and Spain both produce some of the world’s finest tinned fish in a tradition referred to as conservas. We’ve tried a bunch over the years, and the ones we finally decided to carry are by far the best.
They’re so good that you can simply serve them with crusty bread, maybe some leafy greens or a lentil salad, and you’ve got instant high-class tapas. Yum!
You’ve probably never heard of coffee flour before, but that’s about to change. This exciting new food represents the cutting edge of sustainable super foods & is already starting to garner a lot of press & praise.
Coffee Flour is made from the fruit that grows around coffee beans. It has a fruity flavor, a little caffeine, and is naturally very nutritious & also gluten free. It can be used in baked goods or as a seasoning.
We’ve picked out just the right rice, the right base broths, and the right pimenton (also new). All of which were made in Spain for real Spaniards, then imported for you. (we know a guy)
What are you waiting for? It’s paella time!
The latest addition in our epic quest to bring you all the mushrooms worth eating, saffron milk cap mushrooms are earthy & smoky with a slightly crunchy texture after you rehydrate them.
That’s all the stuff that’s new now, but we’re constantly adding more. Stay tuned!
* We’re obligated to mention that the USDA says you should always cook pork to an internal temperature of 145°F with a 3 minute rest for safety.
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