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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” August 5, 2009

In this issue

Featured Coupon

CouponSave $2 on our all-natural, USDA choice, Fresh to Market Beef — perfect to make our Blue Cheese & Bacon Burgers!

Cambozola Meets Burger


$3.80/lbCurious about the blue cheese burger craze, but too afraid to try it? Don’t be! We’ve got some incredibly creamy, not too strong Cambozola on sale, and it goes perfectly with a nice, juicy burger — like this week’s featured recipe: Blue Cheese & Bacon Burgers.

Cambozola, save $3.80/lb.

The Best Buns

Ciabatta Rolls

Save $1.50Made with whole milk and extra-virgin olive oil, our Ciabatta rolls are Italian-style hand-shaped mini loaves. They’re perfect as buns for any of our featured burger recipes this week, with their thin, crispy crust and smooth, delicate crumb.

4-Count package, $1.99 ea.
Save $1.50 ea.

Wash it Down
with Widmer


Save $4.50Burgers and beers: they just go hand in hand, don’t they? To pair with our featured burger recipes this week, we recommend Widmer Hefeweizen. A multiple award winner, this golden, unfiltered, cloudy wheat beer hits the spot during a cookout!

Widmer Hefeweizen 12-pks, $12.99 save $4.50.

Aisles of Smiles! Support the Muscular Dystrophy Association

Aisles Of Smiles

For every product sold with the Aisles of Smiles Logo, manufacturers will donate to the MDA to help Jerry’s Kids.

In Northern California thousands of families are affected by Neuromuscular diseases, many in our community. The Muscular Dystrophy Association works hard to help these families by providing services such as medical care and equipment. Save money and help out when you buy products with the Aisles Of Smiles logo at Nugget Market.

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Fresh to Market
August 5, 2009
Volume 3, Issue 17

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.

Burger Nation

Featured Recipes: Burgers!

In this issue, we’ve rounded up the very best burgers for you to throw on the grill this summer. From classic beef to sesame salmon, there is a burger here for everyone … adventurous eaters might even want to try them all!

Blue Cheese & Bacon Burgers

Blue Cheese Bacon Burger

The best hamburgers are often the simplest hamburgers — simply seasoned then topped with your favorite additions. Our Fresh to Market burger is classic — 1/3 pound patties grilled then topped with smoked bacon and crumbled blue cheese.

Burger Nation

Cowpoke Turkey Burger (top left)

Ground turkey and chicken are great alternatives to the traditional all-beef burger.

Sesame Soy Salmon Burger (top right)

Step outside the burger box, and experience seafood like you
never have.

Lamb Burger (bottom left)

Would you like to add a little Mediterranean flair to your next cookout? You’ll impress even the most jaded grill master with these rich lamb burgers, with just a hint of mint, and
Dijon mustard.

Very Veggie Burger (bottom right)

Vegetarians deserve great burgers, too!

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Burger Bites

Summer just isn’t summer without burgers sizzling on the grill. Whatever your “patty” preference, a burger meal comes packed with a wealth of nutrients including protein and healthy fats. Here’s a rundown on some burger favorites.

  • Beef: Ground beef ranges in fat content from 11 to over 20 grams per patty, so for a healthier burger make yours with lean or extra lean beef. Each 4-ounce burger contains about 21 grams of protein (almost half of your daily need) and 15 percent of iron needs.
  • Turkey: With only 5 to 7 grams per patty, turkey burgers are a definite fat savings over beef. A turkey burger also supplies 22 grams of high-quality protein.
  • Fish: Made from salmon and other flavorful fish, these burgers add healthy omega-3 fats to your plate. Each 4-ounce patty also supplies 23 grams of protein.
  • Veggie: These alternative burgers are typically made from soy or a combination of grains, mushrooms and beans. Generally a bit lower in protein — 12 to 15 grams per patty — these burgers also provide a dose of fiber (about 12 percent of the Daily Value.)
  • Top any burger with colorful lettuce greens and red and yellow tomato slices wedged between a whole-grain bun for extra nutrition – open wide and enjoy!

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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