January 2011 – Harvest Report

Think light and lean in the New Year. Decadent holiday fare and winter comfort food may have put a few extra pounds on most of us and nobody likes to diet. Our kitchen is preparing a delicious lowfat menu that will leave you feeling deprived of nothing.

If you are a new visitor to our stores, we have a full-service deli perfect for those of you wanting to eat great during the new year? Why rush through those trendy fast food spots at lunch and dinner time, when we have a full spread of great tasting lunch and dinner items to meet the tastes of everyone. We also have our famous sandwich deli, featuring only the finest Boar’s Head Brand meats. Call ahead and order, or stop in and pick up a pound or two of your favorite meats and cheeses. Always a great alternative to fit into your busy schedule during any day.

For the month of January, as mentioned, we are focusing a little more on the lighter side of things. Here is just a sampling of some of the great things you will find in our stores this month. (Click the thumbnails to enlarge the photos.)

Grilled Vegetable LasagnaGrilled Vegetarian Lasagna:
Tender pasta layered with slices of grilled zucchini, eggplant, carrots and red pepper. Topped with a light bechamel sauce and lowfat mozzarella cheese. $5.99/lb.
Available in our Service Deli Department.

Brandt Natural Beef Boneless Chuck Stew MeatBrandt Natural Beef Boneless Chuck Stew Meat:
It’s that time of year for a good old fashioned pot of stew. Try our Brandt natural beef boneless chuck stew meat slowly simmered with potatoes, carrots, onion and celery. Is your mouth watering yet? Call for price. Available in our Meat Department.

Turkey MeatloafTurkey Meatloaf:
We took our classic meatloaf recipe and introduced lean turkey breast with delicious results. Moist, meaty and flavorful. You’ll never miss the meat. $7.99/lb.
Available in our Service Deli Department.

Fresh Idaho Rainbow TroutFresh Idaho Rainbow Trout:
A 10 ounce boneless Trout fillet ready for the oven or the skillet. Just use butter or olive oil with garlic and lemon and saute. Call for Price.
Available in our Seafood Department.

Driscoll's Fresh StrawberriesDriscoll’s Fresh Strawberries:
Driscoll’s has ensured superior flavor and quality by breeding proprietary varieties of strawberries, using only natural breeding methods. We naturally breed berry plants to be more resistant to diseases and pests while meeting our quality standards for flavor and appearance. Available in our Produce Department. $5.99/box.

Dungenous Crab CakesDungenous Crab Cakes:
These are made in our stores with the freshest ingredients including Dungenous crab meat, eggs, onions and the rest is top secret. Call for price.
Available in our Seafood Department.

Smart Brand Air Chilled ChickenSmart Brand Air-Chilled Whole Chicken:
We offer Smart Brand air-chilled poultry that are tender with lots of flavor like the days of the farm when chicken tasted like chicken. Call for Price.
Available in our Meat Department.

Organic Produce Dept.Our freshly updated Organic Produce Department:
We have revamped our organic produce section at all of our stores to include more of the great produce items you are looking for.
Stop by our Produce Department on your next visit.

January Wine of the MonthJanuary Wine of the Month:
Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red. Columbia Valley 2008. Ranked #49 on WoW! Wine Spectators Top 100 List. Rich and meaty aroma. Well-balanced red fruit with a well-rounded taste of vanilla. $19.99 each. Available in our Wine department.

Gift BasketsHarvest Ranch Gift Baskets:
Anytime of year is the right time of year to give one of our gourmet gift baskets. The great part is you choose what you want inside of them. We have some ideas to help you along, if you can’t decide. Visit our gifts page online or stop by one of our locations.

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