Trader Joe’s has another hit on its hands in the frozen food department. I am referring to Trader Joe’s Japchae Korean Glass Noodles and Vegetable Stir Fry. This is a well known dish in Korea and is eaten on all types of occasions but is associated with special occasions mostly.
I want to keep this review quick and short because this product doesn’t deserve much attention. What we have here is a new product called Trader Joe’s Broccoli Fries, Crispy Crunchy Snacks.
The History of “Spanish Rice”
Trader Joe’s has come out with a new product that I am sure will be a long-term hit. Trader Joe’s Spanish Style Rice. Before we get into the review, let’s understand what exactly is “Spanish Rice”.
It’s Pumpkinfest at Trader Joe’s right now! I like to call it Pumpkinpalooza. This time of the year Trader Joe’s is chocked full of pumpkin flavored products (or at least they are orange in color!) You know it’s the run-up to Halloween when sometime in the middle of September all the summer stuff gets replaced with pumpkin colored goodness and the air smells of pumpkin spice!
Sometimes Trader Joe’s does cutting edge foods, like Organic Raw Pumpkin Vinegar or Vegan Cheddar Slices made with cashews, and then sometimes they go old school and go with waffle fries(!). Don’t get me wrong. I love Waffle Fries like most Americans do, but honestly, Trader Joe’s could’ve released this product like 10 years ago and it would’ve been a smash hit. I’m not so sure what took them so long, but here we are.
Year after year Trader Joe’s keeps pushing the boundaries of food innovation with their vegan and gluten free products that are becoming so good that you can’t tell that they aren’t the original foods. A good example is this review of Trader Joe’s Dairy Free Cheddar Style Slices made with Cashews.