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Tequila!

posted on April 27th, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

Want to impress your friends and family on Cinco De Mayo with how much you know about tequila? Or would you like to impress them with a bottle of tequila they have never tasted? Where does Tequila get its name? Tequila is a spirit named for the city of Tequila in the heart of Guadalajara. How does it start? Beginning its life as a succulent, not a cactus, the Blue or Weber Agave grows in volcanic fields of Jalisco for 8-10 years and is harvested at the peak of maturity. Once stripped of its spikes, the heart or Piña is baked, mashed and its sweet nectar is fermented into a type of wort or mosto which is then double distilled to create the unique regional spirit that we enjoy today. How long does it take?  Silver or Blanco sees no oak, Reposado is “rested” for a minimum of two months in oak casks, and aged Añejo sees a minimum of a year in barrel before bottling. Of course these are minimum guidelines, each producer has its own recipes and regimens. There are… Read More

Spring Savings!

posted on April 13th, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

Our Spring Savings is here! Take advantage of extraordinary savings on over 190 items with clipless coupons! Offer is valid through April 5- April 30, 2017. View entire menu here! Read More

Ready To Cook Seafood Entrees!

posted on April 6th, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

INTRODUCING...  Bristol Farms ready-to-cook seafood entrees! Selections vary from Atlantic Salmon to shrimp that serve up to 2-3 people each. All entrees are seasoned to perfection. Compliment each meal with noodles or rice to complete your tasty meal. Atlantic Salmon with Catalina Island Spice Rub! Microwave: 4 minutes Pan: 10 minutes Serves: 3 Atlantic Salmon with Monterey Bay Spice Rub! Microwave: 4 minutes Pan: 10 minutes Serves: 3 Shrimp with Scampi Butter! Saute/Pan Fry: 4 minutes Serves: 2 Shrimp Provencal with Pesto Butter! Saute/Pan Fry: 4 minutes Serves: 2 Read More

Tasteful Traditions!

posted on April 5th, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

Our naturally uncured, spiral sliced hams are like nothing you have ever tasted. The intramuscular fat marbling and natural cure make for one of the best ham experiences you have ever had. The ham is already cooked to perfection; all you need to do is glaze it to your liking: sweet, savory or somewhere in between. And as usual, our ham is natural, uncured, and free of antibiotics, artificial growth hormones, and artificial ingredients. Spiral sliced ham is available in the meat department ..... $4.99 lb Read More

Free 1/2lb Bacon!

posted on March 31st, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

Make it a happy morning with the heavenly flavor of good, old-fashioned bacon. It's small-batch made especially for us and contains absolutely no antibiotics or added nitrates Read More

SPRING HAS BLOOMED

posted on March 29th, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

“Dutch Master” Field Daffodils Grown in Washington Top size Bulbs Spectacular blooms! A surefire way to brighten someone’s day? Walking in the door with an armful of gorgeous spring flowers. Our floral experts pick only the best blooms and create stunning bouquets. Send a little early spring cheer with these brilliant golden yellow field daffodils. The variety is Dutch Master, and each sturdy stem promises to have a sizable bloom that will duly represent its powerful name. With their warm color and extended vase life, these yellow trumpet daffodils shout for the arrival of spring – even if the weather outside may say otherwise. Go ahead and enrich your special someone's life by sending them a little flower gold!   Tulips California Grown Year round availability Know as a declaration of love It’s no wonder the tulip has been called the world’s most coveted flower. Their vivid colors and lush, yet simple, shape bring joy and life to any room. We get ours… Read More

Lemons For Life – Limoneira Company

posted on March 29th, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

ABOUT LIMONEIRA:  The Limoneira Company was founded in Ventura County, California in 1893. Its founders were pioneers of spirit and vision that helped lay the foundations of a thriving California citrus industry. Their dedication and innovation in the agricultural industry helped found and develop many institutions that still exist (Sunkist Growers, Fruit Growers Supply and Diamond Walnut). Today, Limoneira has evolved into a global company whose mission is to preserve and promote its tradition, heritage and legacy in agriculture, community development and stewardship to maximize value for its shareholders. With nearly 11,000 acres of agricultural production, Limoneira is one of the largest providers of lemons and avocados in the United States. In addition to agricultural investments,  ABOUT LIMONEIRA COMMUNITIES:  Limoneira has a long history of community building, and new live-walk-work neighborhoods are close to shovel ready. Commercial and residential income… Read More

A New Fall Favorite – Good Thunder Cheese

posted on September 9th, 2016 by Carl Smith

Good Thunder, once described as “Bent River’s stinky little brother”, is brought to us by Alemar Cheese Company out of Mankato, Minnesota. There's no great mystery to the name - it was chosen after a small town about 10 miles outside Mankato. Founder, Keith Adams, just liked the name. Good Thunder is a washed-rind cheese bathed in cultures, salt, and Surly Brewing's Bender, an oatmeal brown ale with hints of cocoa, bitter coffee, caramel, and hints of vanilla, and cream. The cheese is washed weekly for 3 weeks, during which the Brevibacterium linens cultures give the cheese its orange rind and distinctive stinky aroma. It is further ripened and refrigerated for a couple more weeks before it is available in the market. As it ages, it results in a fudgy, dense cheese that softens and becomes funkier as it ages. Good Thunder doesn’t have the buttery flavor profile of its sister cheese, Bent River. It is more meaty and smoky in flavor. When enjoying Good… Read More

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