Carl Eppig wrote:Just the Smokey Peach Salsa sounds interesting. Will look for it when I step inside my first TJ on our next trip to Porland. What else should I look for there?
Pastures of Eden imported Feta Cheese...from Israel. By far, the best Feta I have had, very creamy, wonderful taste.
Bright yellow and green plastic covering.
I love their dried nuts and fruits section....great ingredients for making a lot of interesting additions to salads. The only place I can find shelled nuts of all types.
A boneless leg of lamb marinated in Burgundy wine and pepper. In the fresh meat section, very good. We always grill it.
If you have a significant other....I love their Tea Tree Tingle body wash....very refreshing and clean smelling. Or maybe you would love it, as well.
Chipotle Salsa in glass jar
Hearts of Palm in glass jars
Their boxes of frozen Croissants are very good, come 8 to a box, I think
Fage Greek yogurt with the honey cup
They always have interesting breads
The small square bottle of balsamic vinegar with red label, " Trader Joe's Aceto Balsamico di Modena I.G.P."
They have a salad dressing with pear and Gorgonzola....it is in the refrigerated section above the clam shells and bags of mixed lettuces.
Orange Muscat Vinegar....with the vinegars....excellent
You can find some really nice cheeses there, as well. I love an English Cheddar layered with Stilton, the caraway Havarti.http://ilovefoodfromthemed.blogspot.com/2007/12/pastures-of-eden-feta-cheese-from.html