FF: Mole Negro from Guelaguetza

moleI am trying to find any excuse to use the Mole Negro (Black Mole Paste) I found from Guelaguetza.

About Guelaguetza’s Mole Negro: “Guelaguetza’s delicious Black Mole, now available in a paste for you to make at home. This here is the king of moles. Try this sweet and savory sauce in a variety of combinations. Whether it’s over a chicken breast, in a tamal, over some eggs in the morning, or in your own recipe, we’re sure you’ll love the wholesome taste of Black Mole.”

See all the fine products of Guelaguetza here.

FF: The Olive My Love card from League Street Press

ffaI probably talk way too much about my enjoyment of fine letter-pressed stationery, but here I go again, I really like the “Olive My Love” card I found from the fine folks at League Street Press

About The Olive My Love card from League Street Press:

“Show someone how you really feel with this note card. Olives are pictured on the front; the back features a recipe for tapenade. Blank inside.”

Learn more about League Street Press here.

FF: Sun Dried Tomato Ketchup from Traina

sdtI love spicing up the usual with quirky condiments – and that is just what the Sun Dried Tomato Ketchup I found from Traina – a fun twist on an old stand-by.

About Sun Dried Tomato Ketchup from Traina: “Squeeze California Sun Dried Tomatoes from a Ketchup Bottle. Now you can pour the savory, rich, gourmet taste of sun-dried tomatoes on all of your favorite foods. Traina has combined century-old family traditions with classic ketchup seasonings to bring you the ketchup for tomato lovers. It takes 16 pounds of fresh tomatoes to make one pound of sun dried tomatoes. That means, every bottle of our California Sun Dried Tomato Ketchup, packs in the equivalent of over four pounds of Roma tomatoes!”

Learn more about Traina’s sun dried fruit products here.