• Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustards for Hot Dogs, Brats, and Sandwiches

     

    Check out all of our Discover Mustard posts this month!

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustard

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Seeds and Powder

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustards for Hot Dogs, Brats, and Sandwiches

    Discoveries at the Jungle: French-style Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Hot Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Relishes

     

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: French-style Mustards

     

    Check out all of our Discover Mustard posts this month!

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustard

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Seeds and Powder

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustards for Hot Dogs, Brats, and Sandwiches

    Discoveries at the Jungle: French-style Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Hot Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Relishes

     

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: Hot Mustards

    Check out all of our Discover Mustard posts this month!

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustard

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Seeds and Powder

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustards for Hot Dogs, Brats, and Sandwiches

    Discoveries at the Jungle: French-style Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Hot Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Relishes

     

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Relishes

     

    Check out all of our Discover Mustard posts this month!

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustard

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Seeds and Powder

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Mustards for Hot Dogs, Brats, and Sandwiches

    Discoveries at the Jungle: French-style Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Hot Mustards

    Discoveries at the Jungle Mustard: The Relishes

     

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: Ginger

    Ginger is a widely used food with a rich culinary history. Its variety of uses has made it a staple food in many cultures, and it makes a great addition to sweet desserts, savory foods, salad dressings, teas, and much more. It’s also known for its multitude of health benefits, especially when it comes to digestive health. Ginger has long been used to treat upset stomachs, help with nausea, and aid in digestion. Many others have found that ginger helps with weight loss by stimulating the metabolism,

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: Cooking with Ginger, The Real Deal

    Did you know? Ginger is actually a rhizome, not a root. A rhizome is the underground stem of the plant.

     

    Try cooking with raw ginger with this recipe for Pineapple Ginger Chicken!

    Did you know? As part of the spice trade, ginger shaped history. The spice trade, and their exclusion from it, motivated European countries to set sail for the Americas.

    Did you know? Ginger plants can grow as high as four feet!

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: Cooking with Ginger, Flavored Marinades and Sauces

    Did you know? There are over 1,000 species of ginger.

    Did you know? The Chinese philosopher Confucius wrote about ginger and its impact on digestion.

    Did you know? Ginger is related to the spices cardamom and turmeric. Ginger and cardamom make a great dessert flavor!

    Check out our featured ginger posts this month!

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Ginger

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Cooking with Ginger,

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: Ginger Snacks

    Did you know? It is a long-held belief that spices have a warming effect. That’s why gingerbread is popular in the winter!

    Did you know? Queen Elizabeth I is credited with inventing the gingerbread man. Allegedly, she had the cookies baked in the shapes of visiting dignitaries and served them at a banquet!

    Did you know? Crystallized ginger is made by cooking ginger in sugar until it crystallizes.

    Did you know?

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle: Ginger Beverages

    Did you know? Ginger’s anti-inflammatory properties make it a great post-workout snack. Drink some tea or add some to a smoothie!

    Did you know? Ginger beer has been brewed in England for at least two hundred years!

    Check out our featured ginger posts this month!

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Ginger

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Cooking with Ginger, The Real Deal

    Discoveries at the Jungle: Cooking with Ginger,

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  • Discoveries at the Jungle BBQ and Grilling

    As spring heats up, so will our backyard grills, and Jungle Jim’s is ready to be your ultimate resource for every outdoor culinary creation. From soakable cedar planks to jumbo shrimp for cooking on the barbie, let your imagination guide you through aisles of rubs, sauces, condiments, and contraptions.

     

    The origin of our word “barbecue” is the Caribbean, Barbacoa, and was the name for a wooden structure used by the Indians to smoke food.

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