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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” March 30, 2011

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Marchetti Verdicchio

Marchetti Verdicchio

Save $3Verdicchio is a great spring wine: refreshing citrus fruits, playful acidity, and complex minerality are its hallmarks. Incredibly, this wine is all free-run juice (no pressing!). Marchetti’s family has been making Verdicchio for four generations, and it shows. 750 ml (Italy) $12.99 Save $3.00.

Bring Spring Indoors

6 Stock

Save $1Brighten your home with this beautiful 6-inch stock, a symbol of happy life and contented existence. $8.99, save $1

Spice up your Supper

Nugget Guac

Save $1/lb.Nugget’s house-made salsa and guacamole are loaded with amazing flavor, and better yet, they’re on sale this week! Salsa $4.99lb., save $1/lb. Guacamole $6.99/lb., save $1/lb.

Get Smooth Skin for
the Season


Save $5Hydrate and revitalize your skin with Alba’s unique blend of pure botanical extracts. Natural emollients and soothing aloe vera nourish, moisturize and gently cleanse for soft, healthy skin. Save $5 on Alba Value Size Body Wash this week.

Upcoming Events

Wine and Beer Tastings with Nugget Markets — April 1

  • Here’s what you can taste on Friday night at the following Nugget Markets, 5 PM to 7 PM:
  • Elk Grove - Italian Wines
  • Florin - April Fools Mystery Wines
  • Roseville - San Francisco Chronicle Gold Medal Winners
  • West Sacramento - Clos La Chance and Brassfield wineries
  • El Dorado Hills - C.G. DiArie Winery

Ladies Night In — Free Makeover

Stop by the Woodland Nugget Market for our Ladies Night In free makeover event, featuring Gabriel cosmetics, from 3:30 to 6:30 PM on April 2nd. Free gift with purchase.

American Heart Association — First Annual Go Red Race

In keeping with our commitment to heart health for everyone, Nugget Markets supports the American Heart Association’s First Annual Go Red Race, at William Land Park in Sacramento on April 2, starting at 8am. For more information and to register, visit

8th Annual Run Rocklin Benefiting the Matt Redding Foundation

Nugget Markets is a proud sponsor of this year’s Run Rocklin 5k, 12k, and kids fun run on Sunday, April 3. The event begins at 8am at Johnson Springview Park. Run Rocklin benefits the Matt Redding Memorial Scholarship Foundation, which was established in honor of fallen Rocklin police officer Matt Redding. The Foundation supports the pursuit of education in the protective services. For more information, visit or

Solano Wine & Food Jubilee

Benefiting NorthBay Healthcare’s Hospice and Bereavement programs, the 24th Annual Solano Wine & Food Jubilee is one of Vacaville’s most popular fundraising events. It will be held at the Nut Tree Complex from 6:30 PM to 11 PM on Friday, April 8. Nugget Markets will be there providing samples of goodies from our Nugget kitchens. For more information, visit

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

Fresh to Market
March 30, 2011
Volume 5, Issue 6

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 3/16/2011 – 3/22/2011.

Spring has arrived!

Featured Recipe:
Farro with Baby Artichokes

Farro W Baby Artichokes

When baby artichokes are in season, they are so good you can eat them whole. Here is a recipe the also incorporates one of our favorite grains, farro. This technique is not unlike risotto, but without the buttery finish.

Crumbled Chevre From Montchevre

Montchevre Goat Cheese

Save $2.98 on 2This cheese is perfect when enjoyed in salads or sprinkled over casseroles, fruit salads or fresh berries. It is fairly sharp and dry, yet it still offers a creamy taste. We especially love it with this delightfully simple salad. 4 oz. tub, 2/$5, save $2.98 on 2

Spiked Strawberry Lemonade

Spiked Strawberry Lemonade

The weatherman finally brought us some sun! Celebrate springtime with a glass of homemade strawberry lemonade. And for the adults out there, you can add a dash of vodka with our Spiked Strawberry Lemonade recipe.

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Spring Eats

With winter’s cold melting away, a wealth of springtime produce emerges, ready to refresh your health.

  • Artichokes: One medium-sized artichoke (which is actually a flower bud from the thistle family) has only 60 calories, but it supplies more than 25 percent of the daily value for fiber and vitamin C. A study in children with asthma showed they breathed easier when eating a diet rich in vitamin C.
  • Asparagus: A cup of steamed asparagus spears supplies a staggering 65 percent of folate needs (and low intake of this B vitamin is linked to heart disease.) Add to stir-fry, steam lightly and add to salads, or roast or grill quickly for a tasty side dish.
  • Beets and beet greens: Beets owe their bright red color to betacyanin, which also acts as a potent cancer fighter. And beet greens are loaded with carotenes known to protect eyesight. Serve in salads or roasted alongside lean meats or fish.
  • Dandelion greens: These peppery tasting salad greens are packed with folate, a B vitamin needed for heart health and protection from cancer. One cup has only 15 calories but supplies 70 percent of vitamin A needs as carotenes, also know for their eyesight-protection qualities.
  • Strawberries: One cup of strawberries has only 45 calories, but supplies 130 percent of the daily value for vitamin C, a potent antioxidant, and the phytonutrient ellagic acid, known for its cancer-fighting power. Top your cereal or yogurt with strawberries or blend them with kefir for a quick recovery meal after a morning run.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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