Wednesday, September 30, 2009

POM Wonderful

The fabulous crew at POM was gracious enough to hook me up with some fresh juice!
aren't they the cutest bottles??
To kick of a pom-tastic week I decided to cook with it! 4 forgotten heirloom squash from the csa were lookin lonely in my kitchen, so instead of studying Biochem I decided to get domestic and do some roastin'! I'm a fairly simple cook-just cut up the squash, poured some pom in the baking pan, and let the oven do its job! They turned out fabulous! Plus, the pom gives them an extra antioxidant kick!

I'm not a huge fan of drinking all my calories, but POM is so dang tasty, 100% juice and full of lots of antioxidents. I also love that their orchards are in California, and they don't use any imported fruit.

I'm thinking of making some sorbets and granitas next-Anyone have any recipe suggestions???
Thank you Lindsay and POM for sending me some great samples!

3 comments:

Sarah @ The Foodie Diaries said...

hii!! I've had this bookmarked from POM for a while because a friend recommended it. Hope it helps!

http://www.pomwonderful.com/recipe/recipe6B.php?Recipe=POM%20Granita

-Sarah

Allie (Live Laugh Eat) said...

I got a package from them too!! I am still racking my brain for something cool to do with it. I'll probably be experimenting this weekend when I'm home for Fall Break!!

Jealous of your squashies!!

Annabelle Ho said...

the winter squash cooked in POM turned out DELICIOUS!