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Riley/Land Helps Us Eat Better

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It’s timely to be focused on this concept – resolving to make better, healthier choices in our diet, clearing and maintaining a strong consciousness, taking a proactive approach to daily life.  Anyone who can do this with food, without compromising flavor is holding the key to life, right?  It’s well worth your time to explore what you see below! Thanks Riley/Land for making it just a little bit easier for us all!  Stop by for these delicious choices and check out what else they have going on.

Introducing a Slew of New…

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I’ve been shopping and have some great new items for you to taste. From a Moroccan Date Sauce that will enliven even the most boring piece of chicken to a small Kentucky town’s take on teriyaki, I have tried to diversify your dinner table as much as possible. Some of the new items include:

Moroccan Date Sauce – Described by the makers as “a perfect union of Moroccan spices and sweet dates, creating a rich gourmet sauce ideal for lamb, pork, or chicken. Perfect for chicken pita sandwiches. All Natural and Gluten Free.” I put it on country style pork ribs just this afternoon and it was delicious. I can see it over swordfish as well.

Ginger, Miso & Honey Dressing – They say, “young ginger, sweet carrot, honey and a rich white miso create a perfectly balanced salad dressing. Wonderful as a base for stir fry or as a dipping sauce for sushi and egg rolls. All Natural.” I say: baste it on a piece of grilled or broiled salmon and make your friends jealous they can’t cook like you.

Tart Cherry, Apple & Rosemary Glaze – This specialty sauce is best used by brushing on meat during cooking. Apply once for a subtle flavor or allow the sauce to glaze, then reapply multiple times for a more robust flavorful effect. Perfect for turkey, pork and chicken. For a real treat mix into mashed sweet potatoes or acorn squash. All Natural and Gluten Free. My vote is to glaze the ham for Sundaydinner and get all the kids there next week!

Hot Pepper Bacon Jam – This is not our regular bacon jam from Skillet – which we still carry and will always carry. Rather, it’s this new spicy jalapeño and red pepper version that I discovered and felt we should expand our repertoire. Roasted red pepper puree, jalapeno peppers and real bacon combine to create an addictive jam. For a quick appetizer, pour over cream cheese and serve with crackers. Use straight out of the jar as a dip. Pairs perfectly with strong cheeses. Delicious served with grilled fish and chicken or as a condiment on a sandwich, wrap or panini.

Bluegrass Soy Sauce – Bourbon Barrel Foods’ Bluegrass Soy Sauce is microbrewed in small batches using only whole Kentucky grown Non-GMO soybeans, soft red winter wheat, and the purest limestone filtered Kentucky spring water. They ferment and age the soybean mash in re-purposed bourbon barrels. It’s smoky and brothy with hints of oak and a mild sweetness reminiscent of fine Kentucky bourbon.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce – Our Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce comes from the creative minds at Bourbon Barrel Foods in Kentucky. It is a unique take on the traditional all-purpose seasoning. They developed a sauce that utilizes the flavors of Kentucky’s Bourbon country. It’s sweetened with sorghum, blended with pure Kentucky limestone spring water, and mellowed in bourbon barrels that were used to age some of the Bluegrass State’s finest Bourbons. It is all-natural and vegetarian, as it contains no anchovies.

Kentuckyaki Sauce – Kentuckyaki is a Kentucky style Teriyaki sauce. It’s flavored with Kentucky bourbon, sweetened with Kentucky sorghum, and is flavored with fresh ginger and garlic. It’s all natural and preservative free…this vegetarian gourmet sauce makes a great marinade for any meat and a delicious complement to stir-fry dishes and dipping sauces. #eatyourbourbon

Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries – Muddle, garnish, and top your favorite cocktails with Woodford Reserve® Bourbon Cherries. Gorgeous deep ruby color with a long stem and no pit. Made from natural ingredients, these cherries bring a brightness along with hints of Kentucky’s finest bourbon to recipes. I have three words: Black. Forest. Cake.

Black Truffle Mustard – Black Truffle: the fanciest of the bunch. Bryan and Justin searched far and wide for the best truffle infused olive oil they could get their hands on, mixed it in with their core set of ingredients and magic ensued. The flavor of truffle up front with the kick of the mustard seed on the tail end is a perfect combination when used in deviled eggs topped with pickled mushrooms.

Mark Your Calendars:  International Tell A Friend About Riley/Land Day 2016 will be Monday, February 29th. Ready yourself. There will be deals. And contests. And food.

NYC Biotech Tax Credit Application Deadline January 15th

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Did you know that you can receive $250K in credits for operating in NYC?

For the tax year ending December 31, qualified biotechnology companies that meet eligibility requirements may claim a tax credit against the New York City general corporation tax, business corporation tax, or unincorporated business tax for amounts paid or incurred for certain facilities, operations, and employee training in 2015. Eligible firms can receive up to $250,000 per year.

To learn more, please view the FAQs.

In order to be considered, the Biotechnology Tax Credit application must be submitted on or before January 15, 2016.

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Fuel for the Neighborhood – Harlem

In a followup to our earlier post, the exciting new pizza place replacing the convenient but sometimes mediocre Pizzeria 123 is called Fuel (custom pizza•salads) and according to their website, the vintage gasoline station-themed cafe seems to be the first New York outpost of a North Carolina (and Washington DC) chain, although according to their website the originators are from New York:

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The online menu seems to have quite a few pizza, sandwich, salad and wing choices. Hopefully this will be another solid and inexpensive dining choice in the neighborhood. Welcome to the neighborhood Custom Fuel Pizza.

See our previous post Word On The Street (Fuel) in Harlem

Fuel – Menu & website
http://www.fuelpizza.com/

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New Pizzeria in Harlem – Word on the street… FUEL

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Looks like Harlem will be getting a new pizzeria in the same location on Harlem Restaurant Row where “Pizzeria 123” was.  Our source tells Harlem Condo Life that construction is underway and word on the street is that it will be called “Fuel”.  Sounds good.

Now with 1 Forno (great pizza and priced well on 116th Street), Bad Horse Pizza (on the pricier side but delicious) and this new place, we will have a lot of options.  As far as I’m concerned you can never have too many Pizza spots!!

Stay tuned… for more information on Custom Fuel Pizza in Harlem.

*Location: Old pizza place, on 123 rd st was Pizzeria 123. (review)

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