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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” November 11, 2010

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Hot Apple Cider from our Coffee Bar


Save 50¢Nugget’s delicious apple cider is made with freshly juiced apples and a nice blend of spices. Save 50¢ on any size this week!

Benziger Sangiacomo Chardonnay

ChardonnaySave $8Made from grapes grown through certified sustainable farming methods, this wine is crisp and lean, with a medium mouthfeel. True varietal characteristics take center stage with flavors of bright green apple, pear and peach. $13.99, save $8. 750 ml. Bottle

Pare, Core and Slice
with Ease!

Apple Master

Save $11Try the NorPro Apple Master to make prepping your apples a cinch! This handy tool features three different settings: Pare, core and slice; pare only; or slice and core only. It also works great on potatoes or pears. $14.99, save $11

Upcoming Events

Wine and Beer Tastings with Nugget Markets -
November 12

Here’s what we’re tasting at the following Nugget Market locations, 5 p.m. — 7 p.m.:

  • Roseville - Rombauer Winery
  • West Sacramento - Wines from the Wine Warehouse Collection
  • Vacaville - Wines from our Holiday Wine Press, part 2
  • Elk Grove - The Crusher
  • El Dorado Hills - Latcham/Granite Springs

Merriment on Main 2010
Vacaville, CA

It’s time for the 28th Annual Merriment on Main Christmas Tree Lighting, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in historic downtown Vacaville, Tuesday, November 30. Nugget Markets sponsors this free event that’s holiday fun and good cheer for the whole family. For more information, please call 707-453-8177.

For more information on upcoming events in your community, visit the events section of our website.

Fresh to Market
November 11, 2010
Volume 4, Issue 23

We hope you enjoyed reading this issue of Fresh to Market. Fresh to Market is a free, bi-weekly email publication of Nugget Market, Inc.

Prices valid 11/10/10 – 11/16/10.

We’re Going Bananas for Apples!

A Drink for the Season

Whiskey Spiced Apple

Save $7Try our recipe for this concoction we like to call the “Whiskey-Spiced Apple” — it’s a delicious blend of Maker’s 46, apple and lemon juices, simple syrup and ginger beer. Yum!

Maker’s 46, $29.99 save $7, 750 ml Bottle

Dinner, Apple Hill Style

Apple Hill Pork Loin

Try this great combo for dinner: Nugget’s “Apple Hill” Stuffed Pork Loin, paired with a side of Fuji Apple Slaw. Both recipes make great use of one of our favorite ingredients of the season (the apple, of course!).

And for Dessert …

Apple Tartlett

Save 50¢Top your “Apple Hill”-themed dinner off with the perfect treat — our adorable single-serving Apple Tartlets! These 4” mini-tarts are filled with cubed and sliced apples, plus a delicious streusel topping. Save 50¢ this week.

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Apple Facts

The coming of fall always reminds us that it’s one of the best times of the year: apple season. In fact, the months of September, October and November are National Apple Months, so let’s celebrate with some fun facts about one of our favorite fruits: the crisp and delicious apple!

  • Archeologists put apple-eating as far back as 6,500 B.C.
  • Americans eat an average of about 17 pounds of fresh apples per person a year.
  • An apple tree's leaves transfer the sun’s energy into stored carbohydrates in the apple itself — it takes the work of at least 50 leaves to make one apple.
  • A medium, fist-sized apple supplies 80 calories of energizing carbohydrates that your body can use as fuel during exercise or other activities.
  • Apples supply soluble fiber called pectin that helps lower circulating cholesterol levels by blocking cholesterol absorption into the body.
  • Enjoy apples with the peel on — two-thirds of the fiber is in the peel, as well as many health-boosting compounds called flavanoids that may help ward off cancer.
  • Apple cider supplies 125 calories per 8 oz. serving. It takes 36 apples to make a gallon of cider.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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