We tried Explore Cuisine for the first time, the other night. It’s so delicious! My mother in law made it, and we didn’t tell our husband’s what it was. They just thought it was normal noodles, but it was designer noodles.
The Rice Pasta was quite yummy. It had a great taste, and no after taste. In other words, when I was done eating, I didn’t have to worry about the taste left behind. The Red Rice Macaroni was so good, I went back for seconds. I never eat seconds. I just couldn’t get enough. And, there were no left overs, which says a lot because we usually have leftovers.
These pastas are Gluten Free and Organic.
We just took the Rice Pasta and put some butter over it. It was delicious without all those added things. We could taste it, plain as day, and it was so yummy.
While exploring the Far East, our Founder, Joe Spronz, had a light-bulb moment! With new health trends and dietary needs on the rise, why not create a healthy, bean-based pasta that everyone’s been craving? With a single idea to reinvent the pasta industry and inspiration from the soybean noodles he discovered on his trip to China, Joe made his way back to the United States to begin production; the Explore Cuisine brand was born!
To read more about Explore Cuisine, Go Here.
If you love honey, you will really love Rice’s Honey. It’s Raw, Unfiltered, and delicious, in all of it’s varieties. I’m sure you will love it as much as I do.
Rice’s Honey is a product of the United States. Which means we are buying from here, when we buy. And, it’s made with much love put into it.
This Gluten Free Local Great Lakes honey is a blend of beautiful flower types and nectars commonly found in the region.
There’s great honey from all over the United States. Take a look on Rice’s Page to see all the varieties.
It’s just Pure Honey, Nothing added, EVER!
There are so many recipes you can get from L.R. Rice’s Page. Check them out here, or check out the one listed below, which I will be preparing today.
I will have a picture, in another post, and tell you about my cookies, at a later date.