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Category Archives: holidays
Looking forward to pouring a stellar lineup of cheese and wine tasting in the store from Franks Wine on Saturday December 8th from 11-3pm! Get ready for the holidays!
Whether you are a cheese connoisseur or just interested in trying something new, Janssen’s fromagerie is the best in the region, offering more than 250 selections from around the world. When you shop for cheese at Janssen’s you’ll be encouraged to taste a variety of types and get tips from the experts. Janssen’s gourmet cheeses are cut directly from the wheel to ensure freshness and flavor. You’ll receive a description card with each cheese purchase and be invited to register your purchase for future reference.
Janssen’s also offers a wide variety of goumet flatbreads, artisan crackers, and delicious cheese condiments to complement every cheese.
Holiday New Year – Healthy Food Ideas
Himalayan Salt is considered to be the most pure form of whole salt on the planet. Having never been exposed to impurities, and protected deep within the Himalayans for millions and millions of years. HimalaSalt™ is the purest form of Himalayan salt one can find, created by nature 250 million years ago during a time of pristine environmental integrity and carefully hand selected for the highest quality in color, clarity, and purity. Available in the deli department, also featured in our prepared foods selection.
HimalaSalt Himalayan Salt Tapas Plates, these 4 x 4 x .5″ shimmering plates make a gorgeous presentation for sushi, savory tapas, grilled meats and seafoods, desserts, cheese, and fruits. If you do a lot of entertaining, you’re going to want stacks of these – they’re lightweight, simple to use, and only need to be wiped clean with a damp cloth for many, many reuses.
Janssen’s has everything for your New Year’s Party Table. We have Cheese Trays, Shrimp Trays, Sandwich Trays and More…
Call us Today! 302.654.9941
Please visit our website for our full catering menu
Suzanne’s Kitchens – Heavenly Wings in Hell
5 lbs Mountaire Chicken Wings or your choice Salt and Pepper 10 oz. Bottle Hot Sauce 1Jar Heavenly Pepper Jelly in Hell, or your heat choice 1 tsp Salt 2 Tbs Water Lightly season wings with salt and pepper, bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes. Toss cooked wings in hot sauce. *see tips While wings are baking: In a separate dish melt pepper jelly in microwave with water and salt (about a minute). Put sauce aside. Preheat grill. Grill wings to a nice char. Turn flame way down or off. Brush wings with jelly mixture on both side and close grill for just a minute to set the glaze. Serves: 6-12 Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 1 Hour Suzanne’s Tips: Make ahead idea: After tossing wings in hot sauce put in fridge for up to 2 days. When it’s party or tailgate time grill and baste in under 15 minutes!
WILD HIBISCUS ROYALE
This drink was first served at the legendary Dorchester Hotel, London in 2006; a swanky hang out for the rich & famous where it remains the most popular Champagne cocktail on the menu.
Wild Hibiscus Flower Garnish
¼ oz natural rose water
2/3 oz Wild Hibiscus Syrup – available at Janssens Market
Muddle mint in the champagne flute & discard (squash some leaves around inside the glass)
Place Wild Hibiscus Flower in bottom of glass & stand upright
Add rose water & some bruised torn mint pieces
Top with Champagne
Lastly, pour in the Hibiscus syrup which will graduate from crimson at the bottom to light pink at the top
Tip:pour syrup in first for a layered effect
The flower will sit in the bottom of the champagne flute and slowly open up over 3-4 minutes.
Decadent, divine & oh so classy, a new classic is born!