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Experiencing the Little in Little Uncle

August 28, 2015

The Marx Foods video team recently visited Thai restaurant Little Uncle, home to Peek’s Pantry – producers of the hibiscus soda, fresh curry paste, bun jam and prik pon sold in the Marx Foods retail store. Little Uncle is quite
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New Products in August

August 26, 2015

August has been a busy month for new products! Check out all the great items we’ve added this month. Pack a Flavor Punch! We’re big fans of the bright, briny, umami-packed flavor that Preserved Lemons bring to the table. They’re
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Cast Your Vote for the Marx Foods Breakfast Challenge!

August 18, 2015

We recently selected 4 Seattle-area food bloggers to compete in the Marx Foods Breakfast Challenge. For the challenge, each blogger was given a $50 credit to our retail store in Lower Queen Anne so they could purchase ingredients to make
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Fresh Clam Dip

August 17, 2015

Fresh Clam Dip   The classic casual clam recipe is made much more delicious with fresh clams, improving the finished flavor and texture of the dip.   Drink Pairings: Pilsner or Lager   Ingredients:                       Makes 1-4 Servings   1 cup Sour
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Lox on Homemade Caraway & Dill Bread

August 27, 2015

Lox on Homemade Caraway & Dill Bread   Tired of bagels and cream cheese?  Here’s a different way to serve lox.  Light, fluffy caraway & dill bread “buns” with bright pickled onions, crème fraiche, cucumber and pea shoots.   Drink
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Venison Tenderloin w/ Celery Root Puree

August 22, 2015

Venison Tenderloin with Brown Butter Celery Root Puree & Wilted Pea Shoots The tenderloin is a lighter flavored, exceptionally tender cut of venison – here we’ve paired it with a creamy, slightly nutty brown butter celery root puree, fruity-tangy balsamic
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How to Prepare Foie Gras for Cooking

August 17, 2015

Demonstrated with Grade A Foie Gras   Work quickly with cold hands, putting back in the fridge as necessary if it gets too warm.   Use a knife to separate the two lobes. Use tweezers or needle nose pliers to
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Shaved Zucchini Salad

August 15, 2015

Shaved Zucchini Salad Simple to make, but quite elegant, this refreshing salad is the perfect side dish or starter for summer days. You can even serve it with chopsticks for an added bit of novelty. You could easily double or
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Marx Foods Breakfast Challenge Winner!

August 26, 2015

Four Seattle area food bloggers recently participated in our Marx Foods Breakfast Challenge. Each blogger received a $50 credit to our Seattle retail store so they could source some great ingredients to whip up the breakfast of their dreams –
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Guide to Foie Gras & Foie Grading

August 20, 2015

Guide to Foie Gras & Foie Grading This luxurious and controversial ingredient has been cultivated by man since the days of the ancient Egyptians and the Roman Empire. These specially produced duck livers (traditionally Moulard ducks) are one of the
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Venison w/ Hazelnut Crème Fraiche & Lingonberry

August 17, 2015

Venison on Grilled Bread with Hazelnut Crème Fraiche and Lingonberry Jam   Simple yet decadent, these small bites are as at home on a picnic as a light lunch as they are being passed on silver platters as hors d’oeuvres. 
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Venison Tenderloin w/ Horseradish Sauce

August 14, 2015

  Karen Oliver’s Venison Appetizers with Horseradish Cream Sauce   This delicious recipe was kindly provided by Karen Oliver, a venison farmer in New Zealand. You can learn more about Karen, her husband and Waerenga farm here.   Ingredients: 1
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