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Why not try all of Rick Bayless's salsas?
Written by Frontera Foods   
Thursday, 26 June 2014 16:58


We can't think of a good reason and evidently, neither could Nick Kindelsperger of Nick's article, "We Try all of Rick Bayless's Salsas" is true to it's title and offers a nice selection of photos along with brief, insightful commentaries about each flavor of Frontera Gourmet Mexican Salsa and Salsa Mexicana




Like any Serious Eater, Nick offers notes about each recipe and it's essential ingredients, the overall flavor profiles and some suggested uses beyond chip dipping. For example, Nick is right on target about one of our favorite salsas, Frontera Double Roasted Tomato:


"The roasted tomatoes here are vibrant and engaging, with a deep roasted profile and a prominent heat. This has actually been my go-to store-bought salsa for the past few years, and while I usually devour the whole jar with chips, it's equally good at sprucing up most tacos."



Food Blogger Roll Call
Written by Frontera Foods   
Tuesday, 29 April 2014 13:03


Let's have a fine Fronterafiesta shout-out to the many food bloggers who’ve taken time to share their experiences with Frontera products. We love these personal POVs with really great feedback and original ideas on how to use Frontera salsas and sauces. We’ve collected a few of the articles here—if you know of others, we’d love to read them.


To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Renee is making these beautiful Pork Tacos with Cilantro-Avocado Cream Sauce (yum) topped with Frontera Tomatillo Salsa. READ MORE >>
Blogger Susan is a foodie and a food scientist who writes with a frank, no-nonsense voice. She liked the Frontera Skillet Sauce and says, “Thanks for the flavor, ease, and not screwing Americans up the butt on the price Rick Bayless. Much appreciated.” Well said, Susan!   READ MORE >>
Wendy, the Weekend Gourmet, has taken to Taco Tuesdays with Frontera Seasoning Sauces. Wendy says, “These flavorful sauces are made with all-natural ingredients – no hard-to-pronounce additives – and fire-roasted chiles. They make Mexican dishes easy enough to cook on even the busiest of days.”   READ MORE >>

Tortas Tapped for Top Ten
Written by Carrmichael   
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 16:13


gqlogoTortas Frontera is honored to be included in GQ's Top Ten Airport Restaurants in America. The list starts off with where to eat at Chicago's O'Hare Airport (Frontera, yeah!) and then goes on to showcase a mouth-watering selection of amazing food you can find in airports across the country. Here's hoping your next layover leaves time for fresh seafood in Houston, soft shell crab sushi in DC, Spanish snacks at LAX, duck confit ramen in the Twin Cities or Asian/Southern fusion in Atlanta.


Read the article: GQ's Top Ten Airport Restaurants in America

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