Welcome back & Welcome to the family!

1 Jun

Just a short post to let you know that EdibleReminiscence is back, and better than ever, with a new member of the family!

Please join me in welcoming my new partner in crime Gwendolyn McCormack!

Thank you to everyone who has been so patient! Keep your eyes peeled for new entries on a regular basis from now on!

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Day 2: Teatulia’s Neem Nectar Tea

3 Dec

I am having issues with the images so I will post the picture later!

Before I began to steep this tea I was woried that it was going to be a plain tasting cup, but as soon as I took my first sip Only one thought came to mind…. Comfort.

Describe in one word: Comforting

December: My month of Tea Day 1

2 Dec

I lost my grandmother on June 24, 2009. She was my best friend. My world.

She and I were both insomniacs. We would sit in the kitchen watching Seinfeld, playing cards, and…. drinking hot tea. We would stay up until 4a.m. doing just that and would make pot after pot of tea. I have not had one cup of tea since I lost her so this month is going to be a flood of emotions and memories.

How will this work?

– I am going to post the tea that I am trying every day along with an outline of what I think, then at the end of every week I will go into further detail.

December 1, 2010: Day 1

Tea: Teatulia’s Bengal Breakfast Tea

Steeped 2 minutes

Very rich aroma.

Bold yet not overwhealming.

Once I added creamer the flavor seemed to intensify and I was able to fully enjoy.

In one word: Mellow

A little background on FungusAmongUs and GIVEAWAY!

23 Nov

Michael and Lynn Monroe went from growing Shiitake mushrooms in a garage, to the largest fresh Organic gourmet mushroom farm in Washington state. After selling their farm they now offer a full line of dried mushrooms; three Certified Organic Mélange Seasoning and Rub Marinades; a line of three Certified Organic gourmet Soup Mixes; and an Italian truffle line that includes the Fancy Food Show 2007, SOFI Outstanding Condiment Award: Truffle Gatherers Sauce.

FungusAmongUs has given me the great honor to review their products and will be giving one of my readers a bottle of Balsamic Vinaigrette w/White Truffle.

 

*** How to Enter ***

1. “Like” the FungusAmongUs facebook page.

2. Comment here OR comment on the Edible Reminiscence Facebook

page letting me know which FungusAmongUs product you would like to try.

<A person may enter 2x a day by submitting a comment here or posting on Edible Reminiscence’s Facebook page>

*THE CONTEST WILL END WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1ST AT 12:00 A.M.*

 

 

 


FungusAmongUs Mushroom Melanges

23 Nov

Looking for a quick and convenient way to enhance and add flavors to your favorite dishes? FungusAmongUs Melange Seasoning & Rub Marinades are the perfect answer!

*The following information is the description of the product as listed on FungusAmongUs.com*

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Organic Moroccan Porcini & Green Lentil Soup

23 Nov

This is the third and final soup that was sent to me by FungusAmongUs.


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Organic Smoked Oyster Mushroom Chowder Recipe & Review

20 Nov

I am going to be honest, I DO NOT like chowders. So, when I received the package from FungusAmongUs I was ecstatic. Then, as I was going through the contests and saw this soup my stomach dropped to the ground. I looked over the ingredients and came up with this.  <!–more–>

Onion Chowder Cups

You will need:

1 Package Organic Smoked Oyster Mushroom

1 pint Heavy Cream

2 cups water

1 package of biscuits

1/2 an onion

1 muffin pan

1 Sauce pan

1 small saute pan

Mediterranean Mushroom Melange- to your taste

1 tbsp Olive Oil

1 spoon

 

Pour 1 pkg. Smoked Oyster Chowder, 1 pint heavy cream, and 2 cups of water into your sauce pan;  simmer on medium.

 

Open your package of biscuits, take your greased muffin pan and press the dough in the mold to form a “cup”.

One you have finished  bake the biscuit for half of the cooking time listed on the directions.

 

Take your saute pan and add the tablespoon of olive oil, onions, and Mediterranean Melange to taste and saute.

Take the muffin pan out and using your spoon flatten the biscuit so that if can be filled.

 

Add a few onions to each cup.

 

Then pour a few spoon fulls of your Oyster mushroom chowder on top.

 

Once all of the cups have been filled place the pan back in the oven for the remainder of the time that biscuit package advises.

Once done let sit for a few minutes and serve!

 

 

I have a confession to make… I think I may like chowder after all. I am so glad that I gave this a try, the flavor, and texture are both amazing! My Husband and father had a blast eating the little “cups”. Again this meal took less than 45 mins. So far these soups seem to be great and some thing good to have on hand for a quick, substantial meal.

 

 

Only one more review to go then Giveaway!

 

 

Price: Very Budget friendly     5 stars

*This wonderful soup is not twenty, fifteen, or even ten dollars. Worthy every penny and more. 17.97 for a pack of four.

 

Packaging: Very creative       5 stars

*Not too busy, or plain.

 

Availability:   Online            4.5 Stars

 

Overall:       4.5 Stars

* This will now be my Chowder of choice.

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