Good Stuff: Pizza crusts, tea and a potent cocktail

Good paleo pizza crusts

Joining the “free” market of products (free of soy, gluten, dairy, grain etc.) are pizza crusts from Mikey’s Muffins, a company specializing in paelo-style foods. The crusts make for a lower-calorie version of your homemade pie. Available at healthier food stores including BetterHealth markets and Whole Foods and online at Cost is $6.99 for two 5-ounce pizza crusts

Good new teas

The Tetley tea company has unveiled a new product line called Tetley Super Teas infused with vitamins C, B6 and B7. A box of 20 tea bags is $3.99 and they are available at Family Fare stores on the west side of the state and online at Flavors in the box include Blueberry & Raspberry, Lemon & Honey, and Black Tea with Vanilla.

One good Italian drink

Bartender Rick Paulger at Michael Symon’s Roast downtown has come up with a creative cocktail using newly launched Zucca Rabarbaro. The rhubarb liqueur has somewhat of a medicinal aroma, and comes across first as bitter, melding to smoky, spicy finish.

Compiled by Steve Pardo

Ruibarbo Paloma

1 1/2 ounce Blanco


3/4 ounce lime juice

1/2 ounce barrel aged Zucca Rabarbaro

Stiegl Grapefruit Radler

Grapefruit peel

Combine tequila, lime juice, and Zucca in hi-ball glass over ice. Stir for 20 seconds, top with fresh ice, and fill the rest of the glass with Stiegl Radler. Garnish with grapefruit peel.