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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” Feb. 18, 2009

In this issue

Free Cascade Fresh Activ8 Energy Bar

CouponThis week’s coupon is for a free Cascade Fresh Activ8 Energy Bar — great for boosting energy during your run down the mountain! Because it contains live cultures, this bar requires refrigeration, so look for it in our refrigerated section, near the yogurts.

Protect your Pucker

Burts Bees Lifeguards Choice

If you’re heading to the slopes, take along a stick of Burt’s Bees Lifeguard’s Choice weatherproofing Lip Balm for Sun and Snow — our lip balm of choice for keeping lips chap-free.

Relief for Sore Backs

Tiger Patch

There’s no shame in falling down on the slopes, but ending up on your rear can definitely lead to sore muscles. For back pain, muscle aches and strains, the Tiger Balm Patch stimulates blood circulation and provides fast, long lasting pain relief.

Community Events

Chat With Dr Liz

Chat with Dr. Liz
Nugget Markets - Roseville

In honor of National Heart Health month in February, Nugget wants to help educate our guests about Heart Healthy eating. Join us when Dr. Liz speaks on Heart Healthy Foods in our Roseville store on February 28th. She will repeat four 20-minute presentations, each followed by a 10-minute Q&A period.

Saturday, February 28th (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.), at Nugget Market in Roseville, 771 Pleasant Grove Blvd.

To find out about other events in your community visit our events page.

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Fresh to Market
Feb. 18, 2009
Volume 3, Issue 5

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.

Ski Trip!

Featured Recipe: Ski Trip Picnic

Ski Trip Picnic

How many times have you been stuck at your favorite ski resort with no choice for lunch but a burger, fries and an overpriced beer? Instead, stop by Nugget Market the night before and pack yourself a gourmet picnic. We’ve got a recipe for a delicious sandwich, which is perfect served hot or cold. You’re going to burn lots of calories, so high energy snacks like trail mix and energy bars are essential, and remember to stay hydrated with sports drinks and bottled water. Bring along fresh fruit, especially bananas to avoid cramping. You can even bring your own beer, so you’re not stuck with a Styrofoam cup full of room-temperature brew.

Cocoa for Grown-Ups

Hot Schnnacolate

This spiked hot cocoa will warm you right up after a long day on the slopes. The recipe is quick and easy: Just add 4 heaping teaspoons of Silly Cow Farm Natural Hot Chocolate mix to your mug, slowly stir in hot milk, add 1 shot (2 ounces) of Hiram Walker peppermint Schnapps and top with a sprinkle of hot chocolate mix.

Bun Warmer

Cinnamon Roll

Nugget cinnamon buns are made with rich, buttery pastry dough, rolled with sweet cinnamon sugar, then hand-cut, baked, and drizzled with sweet icing. They are great with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate; a sweet way to start the day. Grab this handy four-pack and enjoy them with your friends on the ride up the hill.

4ct package $4.99ea, Save $2.00

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Snow Food

Heading to the slopes for a day of skiing, sledding or boarding fun? Make sure to pack the right foods and drinks along with your gear for an energizing day in the snow. Here are some eating tips to help fuel your day of fun:

  • Start with breakfast: Eating a hearty breakfast of oatmeal topped with milk, berries and nuts will give your body fuel for the slopes, or try eggs, fruit and toast for extra energy. By the time you get your gear on and get to the lift or trail, you will have digested your meal and be ready to go.
  • Bring along snacks: Your muscles need fuel as you ski or play in the snow for hours. Take along carbohydrate snacks like granola bars, trail mix, energy bars and dried fruit. Always have some type of snack within easy reach in a jacket pocket.
  • Hydrate often: The cold dry air means you lose body water even though you may not notice yourself sweating. Bring water or a sports drink along and sip often. Save beer and other alcohol for later as this can alter your judgment and increase loss of body heat.
  • Eat a meal: Take a break in the middle of the day and fuel up with a hearty sandwich, fruit and fluids. And once your day in the snow comes to an end, finish off with a recovery meal of healthy carbs along with quality protein such as grilled chicken, steamed veggies and a baked potato.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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