Radicchio Based Adult Salads Has You Seeing Red This September

Royal Rose Radicchio teamed up with Chef Brian Overhauser from Hahn Estates Winery to create a Pinot Noir Radicchio Salad, the newest recipe in Royal Rose "Salads for Adults" Collection.
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Aug. 26, 2011 - PRLog -- Press Contact:  Marci Bracco (831) 747-7455

Royal Rose Radicchio ‘Salads for Adults’ ™
Radicchio Based Adult Salads Has You Seeing Red This September
Eat Responsibly! ID Required - Must be 21 Years old to Enjoy!

From sophisticated to fun, Royal Rose Radicchio recently introduced its Salads for Adults ™ … salad ideas that soak up adult flavor.  Identification required!  Royal Rose Radicchio would like you to think beyond the traditional green salad. Think wine soaked fruit, rum, bourbon, vodka and more!  From starter and entrée salads to dessert salads as well, Royal Rose Radicchio is providing recipes for hot entrees, and warm and cold salads for adults only!
In honor of September being California Wine Month, Royal Rose Radicchio teamed up with Chef Brian Overhauser from Hahn Estates Winery to create a Pinot Noir Radicchio Salad, the newest recipe in Royal Rose "Salads for Adults" Collection.

Warm Pinot Noir Radicchio Salad With Slow Roasted Pork Belly, 25 year Balsamic glaze
Serves 4
Preparation time 2 days
Cooking time: 3 hours
Plan Ahead
The pork belly should be placed in the brine and chilled 2 days.

5lb pork belly

1 gal water
3 cup apple cider
4 whole cloves
½ cup kosher salt
½ cup brown sugar
10 black pepper corns crushed
2 whole Royal Rose radicchio

Warm dressing:
4 cups 2010 Hahn SLH Estates Pinot Noir Wine
4 table spoons good aged balsamic vinegar
2 table spoons rendered pork fat
1 table spoon sugar

Place all the brine ingredients in a sauce pot, bring to a simmer and turn off the heat.  Let the brine cool to room temp then place the pork belly in the brine and chill for 2 days
September is harvest time in California and California Wine Month celebrates the state’s ideal climate for wine, beautiful wine country landscape, our talented and ingenious winemaking families, our celebrated lifestyle and cuisine; and our commitment to sustainability and the environment.

2011 is the seventh consecutive year (proclamation pending) that California Wine Month will be celebrated in September.  California wine is important to California's economy, as the state is the fourth largest wine producer in the world, makes 90 percent of American wine and is responsible for $18.5 billion in retail wine sales in the U.S.
Royal Rose, LLC
1120 Growers Street
Salinas, CA 93901

Background on Royal Rose The Company:
The “Salad Bowl of the World” gained some much-needed color, flavor and crunch in 1993 with the formation of Royal Rose LLC of Salinas, California. It proved to be the perfect combination “Old World vegetable meets New World agriculture power” and the results have been delicious.
Royal Rose took to growing and shipping four varieties of radicchio, a member of the chicory family that is revered in Italy and throughout Europe as a fresh, zesty addition to salads, pastas, pizzas and more. The vibrant color, pleasing bitterness and unmistakable crunch come together to form a unique addition to any meal.
It all started when Italian farmers Lucio Gomiero and Carlo Boscolo teamed up with Salinas Valley growers.  With the packaged salad revolution about to explode, the timing couldn’t have been better. Royal Rose turned a seasonal vegetable into a year-round treat, following the sun through four growing regions to supply the growing market with field-fresh radicchio.
Led by company president Dennis Donohue (who also happens to be current mayor of Salinas), Royal Rose’s Fresher-Bigger-Better program reflects an ongoing commitment to educating consumers about the vegetable’s versatility and freshness. Royal Rose is also committed to education. Its marketing campaigns “Radicchio Bites Back” and “What's A Salad Without Radicchio?” reflect an ongoing commitment to promoting and popularizing radicchio in the American marketplace.

Radicchio has begun to enjoy mainstream acceptance by consumers. McDonald’s now includes radicchio in its premium salads in many markets, and chefs all over the country have come to look beyond the salad, holding the versatile vegetable in high esteem and using it raw, grilled or sautéed and in a variety of specialized dishes.

Royal Rose Radicchio’s newest marketing campaign “Salads for Adults” ™ offers the Foodservice arena a new high-end, high-nutrition line of starters for the bar and restaurant. “Salads for Adults” product packaging and recipe cards are available for Retail outlets as well so that consumers see consistent messaging. Professionally developed recipes, social media applications, and cooking demonstration videos will support the campaign on the Royal Rose website www.radicchio.com.
Source:Marci Bracco
Tags:Salinas, Royal Rose Radicchio, Salad, Food, Recipe, Radicchio, California Wine Month
Industry:Agriculture, Food, Lifestyle
Location:Salinas - California - United States
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