Keep Food Fresh With a Vacuum Sealer

www.cobornsblog.com - Family, Friends & Food with Jayne
Jayne

Hi everyone!!
It’s official our summer is over and we are full steam ahead into fall and harvest time.  If you are like me, we are right in the middle of trying to use up all our vegetables out of the garden so they don’t go to waste.  Continue reading “Keep Food Fresh With a Vacuum Sealer”

Fresh Meal Planning (9/10-9/16)

Welcome back to another week of meal planning! This week’s meals are quick and easy, so you can spend more time helping the kids catch up on their homework!  Continue reading “Fresh Meal Planning (9/10-9/16)”

Coborn’s launches Miller Coors Pints and Plates Program

What's On Tap with Wade - www.cobornsblog.com
Wade

We are excited to announce the launch of Miller Coors pints and plates program into our liquor outlets. Pints and plates offers suggestions to satisfy your appetite… including appetizers, cheese, salads, main courses and even desserts to make sure you are making the most out of food and beer.  Continue reading “Coborn’s launches Miller Coors Pints and Plates Program”

Keep flies away from Food

www.cobornsblog.com - Coborn's Food Safety Coordinator, Kim
Kim

Hello again everyone! I was asked to talk to you today about flies and whether or not a person should be worried if a fly lands on their food. Well……it is not a very pleasant subject because as much as we would like to dismiss them as just pesty little buggers that like to ruin our outdoor food fun, they really are capable of carrying various pathogens (the bacteria that can cause disease). It is for this reason we do not want flies landing on our food. Continue reading “Keep flies away from Food”

Grilled Food and Wine Pairing

Beneath the Cork with Mike H. Assistant Liquor
Mike

Pairing wine with food should be a fun endeavor especially when it comes to summer grilling. Balancing flavors is a good starting place where you don’t want one element to overpower another like a Cabernet might do to shrimp skewers or steak might do to Pinot Grigio. Texture can be important too and is demonstrated well by a wine with tannins cutting through a fattier piece of meat. As I once heard, another way to think of pairing food & wine is to treat wine like another condiment. Try to create a similar effect to squeezed lemon on seafood or pesto on a steak or salad. Finally if all else fails pick a sparkling wine like Prosecco to pair with grilled food as those bubbles can pair with nearly anything. With all that said, here are some old & new favorites I will be enjoying this summer… Continue reading “Grilled Food and Wine Pairing”