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About Daregal Frozen Herbs At The Fancy Food Show

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this is the little story about Daregal:

“120 years ago my great grandfather started growing aromatic herbs in his garden. He wanted to share these herbs with others so he decided to sell them at the local farmers market. They sold well and people loved the variety and quality of his herbs. He spent the rest of his life growing and selling herbs to his community and teaching his son, my grandfather, everything there was to know about cultivating the best herbs.

Over the next generation, my grandfather brought the aromatic herbs to larger cities and the small family business grew. During all of these years my family has been carefully and patiently learning about how to grow the very best culinary herbs.

My Father began running the family business and continued its strong growth. In the 1970s he invented a process to freeze fresh herbs quickly to maintain an extremely high level of flavor for a long period of time. This invention is what led to the product I am sharing with you now, Fresh Frozen Herbs.

Our passion for natural, quality, and convenient products along with our care in cultivating the finest aromatic herbs has stood the test of time. And now, our family is proud to bring Daregal Gourmet Fresh Frozen Herbs to you and your family. We hope you enjoy cooking with our herbs as much as we do. Bon Appetit!”

And Finally the key points of our herbs:

100% Natural and Salt Free
Convenient and easy to use
No Chopping, No Waste
Fresher than Fresh
Fresh Herbs available all year round
High Quality herbs, grown, processed and imported from France

Here a list of our herbs.
Cilantro,
Italian Blend (Red Onion, Italian Parsley, Basil, Garlic, Oregano, Thyme)
Original Blend (Basil, Onion, Oregano, Garlic, Rosemary, Thyme)

The other herbs that we have are:

Basil,
Italian Parsley (or Flat leaf parsley),
Grilling Blend (Thyme, Rosemary, Savory, Italian Parsley)

Fresh Frozen Herbs online! www.daregalgourmet.com

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Daregal Frozen Herbs At Fancy Food Show - An Overview
Fresh Frozen Herbs are known for their extremely high level of flavor for a long period of time. The representative of the Daregal Gourmet Fresh Frozen Herbs at Fancy Food Show in the New York City is talking to Steve, the Tortilla Guy, about these herbs and how these are processed. If you wanna know more about the herbs, watch the video!

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26 Comments

Raquel's picture
Tortilla Guy, The Fresh frozen herbs sounds great. It will definitely be a new item in my freezer! Raquel
Home.Chef.Angel's picture
Cool fresh herb video. Keep rocking those videos man! Hey, how come they're taking so long to post all your videos of the NY food show? Angel
Bxredman's picture
Hey where can I find this ? I hope not Stop & Shop as I don't shop there anymore..............
Tumaros.Tortilla's picture
Lets try to use this for the salads that we put into the wraps at Shows !!
Three.Marias's picture
The concept is great but we need to be talked into changing over from Fresh Herbs
Good.Cook's picture
Fresh frozen herbs is a great idea Chaz
help.me.cook's picture
I love herbs but don't know how to use them! Looks like a good product. Chris
CookingMyWay's picture
Looks like an interesting product - I didn't get a chance to try them at the show... I prefer fresh when I can but this would work in a pinch...
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Hey Cooking I am sure if you hit the web site or see where they are , they will be happy to point you in the right direction !!!maybe even samples !! The Tortilla Guy
Jerry's picture
I gotta learn how to cook so I can use this herbs J
Bxredman's picture
Hey Charles where can I find these ? point me in the rite direction. or send samples let me know
WmEBattlesIII's picture
Daregal is becoming the fastest growing new Vegetable category in todays Supermarkets and Finer Specialty Stores. Frome France, the company is working on a whole new category of Herbs and Blends to present to the US customers for 2008. Watch for Daregal in your Frozen Food Section of your local Supermarket all over the Northeast............................."They make the Difference.......Fresh Frozen, none better"
shantihhh's picture
Licing in California we have fresh herbs in the garden year round but not badil. Wish these were available out here in the SF Bay Area-maybe some day, eh?
shantihhh's picture
opps living!
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Yes but in the Winter in NYC it is a great alternative The Tortilla Guy
Three.Marias's picture
Hey So we have looked for these in Stop & Shop but could not find them , where are they we need to make sofrito
frances.morales's picture
SOUNDS GOOD FOR A SHAKE. VERY NUTRITION THANKS FOR THAT INFO
CookingMyWay's picture
If you can't get fresh - this is a good option - I'm going to have to give these a try... :) Nikko
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
I'll let you know how they wroked Charles just today sent some samples in !! The Tortilla Guy
CookingMyWay's picture
Lucky you! You have till Monday to get a video up! lol :) Nikko
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
I wish it were that easy I am leaving for the American Dietary Show tomorrow and will be on the road until thursday The Tortilla Guy
CookingMyWay's picture
So how did these turn out?
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
These are much better than dried but nothing beats fresh !!! The Tortilla Guy
shantihhh's picture
I like the ones in the tube if I am out of fresh (from the garden or store). The only herbs I can't grow year round are the basil family Thai and Italian, oh and cilantro. Rosemary, marjoran, chives, parsley, oregano, lemongrass, bai magroot/Thai Kaffir Lime leaves, etc. grow all year. Tarragon is touch and go dependingg on the year. I haven't tried growing dill, but should, and the mints do great as does sage unless we get acold zap from Alaska and we get frost. Love having fresh erbs. I am sure Nikko can grow all of the herbs year round down in Daytona. Shanti/Mary-Anne
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Hey Nikko what kind of herbs are you growing down there ? The Tortilla Guy
CookingMyWay's picture
I'm with you MA if the fresh ones don't look good I go for the tubed ones. They're not great but work in a pinch. I like the idea of the frozen ones - but like you said Steve there's nothing like fresh. I'm pretty far north here in Florida but we can grow just about any herbs here. I don't but Tina is full of them. When I'm out I usually run over to her house and grab what I need. She has more basil than any one person should have, thyme, oregano, sage, rosemary, mint and a hand full of others I can't think of. I've been thinking about setting up a hydroponic herb garden here in the house but haven't committed to it yet... :) Nikko