Salty & Sweet: A New Breakfast Treat

Lately, I have been indulging in my favorite breakfast item at DLM. You may have seen our new line of Overnight Oats at the Deli Grab ‘n Go Case if you’ve been in the store recently. The PB & J Overnights Oats is my current favorite flavor right now because I like that salty and sweet combo of flavor.

The best part is that it’s a nutritional powerhouse! It satisfies that sweet thing I crave,  but is actually good for me and keeps me full. All of the Overnight Oats are made with Silver Palette Thick-Cut Whole Grain Oatmeal that’s blended with both nonfat Greek yogurt and almond milk. Our peanut butter and jelly “flavor” is actually made with good stuff like natural peanut butter and DLM Oregon Strawberry Preserves! We garnish the top with some salty roasted peanuts for a little crunch.

Two other flavors you should try are Chocolate Banana made with two types of chocolate, banana, and raw walnuts. Or the classic flavors of Maple Blueberry made with fresh blueberries and DLM 100% Pure Maple Syrup garnished with pecans.

Do something good for yourself and grab one next time you are in!

Ray Brentlinger: A Sweet Corn Sensation

The local food movement is a powerful, beautiful thing. So much that it has elevated New Carlisle, Ohio-based farmer Ray Brentlinger and his non-GMO sweet corn to star status here in Dayton. We barely have to whisper the name “Brentlinger” and mouths start to water as it’s synonymous with the summer staple that Ray brings to our stores. So what makes Brentlinger sweet corn so good?

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Anatomy of a Cheese Board: 3 Steps

Nothing is as easy, and yet so impressive, as a cheese board for home entertaining. If your friends and family are anything like mine, cheese is a must for almost every occasion. But how do you make a cheese board? I find that a lot of people are intimidated when it comes to assembling a crowd-pleasing cheese board. To begin, set aside your doubts about finding the right combination. While it is possible, it is incredibly hard to come up with a bad pairing.

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