Media Placements – 12/13/2023
Burger King recently brought the “Shroom n’ Swiss” melt back to its menu as an LTO. The burger is packed with sautéed mushrooms, Swiss and “Stacker Sauce,” and is earning coverage in foodservice and consumer outlets.
Southern Living shared 24 Christmas Recipes Perfect For Two with three recipes featuring mushrooms. One recipe is a Cabbage, Mushroom, and Bacon Pasta dish. “If you’re looking for a simple main dish with easy cleanup, this creamy pasta recipe is one to consider. The heartiness from the bacon and mushroom mixed with the brightness of the cabbage creates a tasty and nutritious meal this Christmas.”
If you’re looking for a perfect breakfast casserole to kick off your holiday gatherings, Magnolia shared a Sausage, Gruyere, and Mushroom Strata. “Everything is prepared and put together the night before, so all you have to do in the morning is put the strata in the oven to bake.”
- 24 Christmas Recipes Perfect For Two – Southern Living
- You’ve been cooking vegetables all wrong, here’s what to do instead – MSN
- Save Your Roasted Mushroom Juice For An Umami-Filled Flavor Enhancer – Daily Meal
- 13 Fireside Feasts: Warming Recipes for Chilly Nights – MSN
- Nigel Slater’s recipes for potato and mushroom gratin, and mincemeat slices – The Guardian
- 29 Winter Crock Pot Dinners – Eating Well 101
- Meringue Mushrooms – Southern Living
- 33 Cozy Homestyle Recipes that are Insanely Popular Right Now – MSN
- Shiitake Mushrooms Recipe – FoolProof Living
- 37 Comfort Food Recipes to Make Your Day Oh-So Cozy – MSN
- Sausage, Gruyere, and Mushroom Strata – Magnolia
- 15 Holiday Party Finger Foods You’ll Love – MSN
- New menu items from White Castle, Burger King and Popeyes – Food Business News
MUSHROOM COUNCIL SOCIAL/DIGITAL
The top post this week included answering, “Can you eat the gills?” The Mushroom Council says the gills on mushrooms are perfectly safe to eat and can save on prep time and limit food waste when not removed.
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