New to the pantry

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Treat Tio Pablo’s tostadas (fried corn tor­tillas) as you would an open-faced sand­wich. Layer them with your favourite taco fill­ings and get crunch­ing. Use them as a base for sub­stan­tial fin­ger food at your fes­tive fi­es­tas. RRP from $7.79 for a pack of 24 at se­lected New World su­per­mar­kets, Farro Fresh, Moore Wil­son and spe­cialty food stores. They are preser­va­tive-glu­te­nand GMO-free and suitable for ve­g­ans.

Also from Tio Pablo, Salsa Ranchera isa handy ad­di­tion to the hol­i­day pantry for im­promptu snack­ing and en­ter­tain­ing and for a round of huevos rancheros. This mild salsa with tomato, onion, co­rian­der and a dash of chilli is ve­gan, preser­va­tive- and gluten­free. RRP from $6.99 at se­lected New World su­per­mar­kets, Farro Fresh, Moore Wil­son and spe­cialty food stores. Tiopablo.co.nz Sa­bato’s Tar­ragon May­on­naise will be slathered on chicken sand­wiches, sal­ads and served as an ac­com­pa­ni­ment to the bar­be­cued bird all sum­mer long. It’s also hard not to keep dip­ping the veges into it. Made with free range eggs and Span­ish Pons olive oil, it is gluten-free with no added su­gar. RRP$13.50 from sa­bato.co.nz For peanut but­ter-lov­ing house­holds, Nut Broth­ers su­per-sized 500g jars of Su­per Crunch and Su­per Smooth Peanut But­ter, made from the finest high-oleic Ar­gen­tinean peanuts which are roasted in small batches right here in New Zealand, will be wel­comed. We’re hop­ing they’ll do the same with their Smokin’ Chipo­tle Peanut But­ter be­cause the 300g jar

never lasts long in our pantry. RRP$7.49 from su­per­mar­kets na­tion­wide. Nut­broth­ers.co.nz Some­thing to Crow About Cashew, Sour Cherry and Chia has joined the ce­real shelf. It’s a nu­tri­tious break­fast blend of whole cashews, sour cher­ries, toasted al­monds, gluten-free corn­flakes and seeds with a touch of vanilla bean and a driz­zle of Cana­dian maple syrup. RRP$13.99 from New World and se­lected gro­cers. Crowabout.co.nz

We girls are go­ing to over­look the fact that the Meat Heads are be­ing a bit blokey about their rubs be­cause we like their “don’t ever be quit­tin’ on taste with half-ar­sed flavour­ings” prod­uct. Meat Heads comes as a pack of 4 rubs for chicken (bok bo­ken), pork

(pork­topia), beef (glazin’ grazin’) and Black

Pan­ther — for those who like things ex­tra, ex­tra hot. RRP $34. A tasty gift for any­one who loves to bar­be­cue.

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