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Press Coverage

A selection of where we've been mentioned in the press.
BOTTOM LINE PUBLICATIONS
Favorite Finds at the Fancy Food Show 2014

September 15, 2014

 

Cauliflower Mousse by Aux Delices des Bois is a creamy, sliceable mousse made with a mixture of cauliflower, carrots, haricots verts, red pepper, butternut squash, caramelized onions, herbs and Provolone cheese. . .

 

Read more: bottomlinepublications.com

 

CULTURE: THE WORD ON CHEESE
Cheese and Cured Meat

Spring 2014

 

A slice of salami, a wedge of cheese. Be they ever so humble, these two foods share ancient history together. . .

 

Read more: culturecheesemag.com

 

EDIBLE BROOKLYN
Brooklyn Based Exclusives at Whole Foods

December 31, 2013

 

Though the skyline of lower Manhattan is stunningly framed by windows behind the cashiers, the new Whole Foods in Gowanus is all Brooklyn. . .

 

Read more: ediblebrooklyn.com

THE NEW YORK TIMES
Off the Menu: Whole Foods Brooklyn

December 17, 2013

 

Its first store in Brooklyn, a 56,000-square-foot market, includes a rooftop beer garden and restaurant, the Roof at Third on Third, and a permanent Yuji Ramen restaurant. The store will also stock about 150 Brooklyn products, salamis cured on the premises. . .

 

Read more: nytimes.com

TASTING TABLE
The Whole Shebang: A sneak peak at a new Whole Foods in Gowanus

December 16, 2013

 

Brooklynites, we're not saying that the new Whole Foods on Third and 3rd in Gowanus, opening tomorrow, will change your life--but it may come close. . .

 

Read more: tastingtable.com

DAILY NEWS
Sneak peak inside Gowanus Whole Foods

December 15, 2013

 

Brooklyn’s first Whole Foods has finally arrived -- and there’s a whole lot to love. . .

 

Read more: dailynews

SAVEUR
One Good Find: Spice-Rubbed Bacon
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September 12, 2013

 

“Spice-rubbed.” “Artisanal.” Such a cliché, I thought as I read the package of all-natural bacon from Aux Délices Des Bois.

 

Read more: saveur.com

THE NEW YORK TIMES
To Taste: Brooklyn Bratwurst Has Pennsylvania Roots

March 27, 2013

 

Get a guy from Brooklyn to make your sausages and of course he’ll come up with one called the Brooklyn bratwurst. The sausage, which has more character than your usual bratwurst, with richer meat and nubbins of Cheddar throughout . . .

 

Read more: nytimes.com

NJ.COM
Bacon bangers: Whole Foods brand stuffs bits into new smoky bacon sausage links

February 15, 2013

 

Bacon or sausage? For some of us, it's the perennial breakfast question. The answer might be the new Smoky Bacon sausage from Chestnut Valley Charcuterie at Whole Foods Markets . . .

 

Read more: nj.com

SWEET JENNY'S CT
Chestnut Valley Charcuterie is more than just a pretty name.

May 23, 2013

 

Good Morning everyone! What are you having for breakfast today? May I suggest some eggs and some of this DELICIOUS bacon??! Holy moley, have you ever seen something so beautiful? . . .

 

Read more: sweetjennysct.com

GOURMET BUSINESS, FINE CHEESE AND CHARCUTERIE
Products We Love: Uncured Fennel Salami

October 2013

 

The delicious, generously seasoned Aux Délices Des Bois Uncured Fennel Salami from Transatlantic Foods is an artisan-crafted product made from locally sourced ingredients and hand-selected pork . . .

 

Read more: cheesebiz.gourmetbusiness.com

GOURMET BUSINESS, FINE CHEESE AND CHARCUTERIE
Products We Love: Artisanal Spice-Rubbed Bacon

June 2013

 

Aux Délices Des Bois Artisanal Spice-Rubbed Bacon from Transatlantic Foods is made from pigs that are humanely raised with plenty of open space and pristine vegetarian feed . . .

 

Read more: cheesebiz.gourmetbusiness.com