It’s a time for remembering and a time for red, white and barbecue.

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May 25, 2012

Volume 6, Issue 11

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Red, White and Barbeque

wild berry mojito
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Wild Berry Mojito

Red, white, blue and delicious describe this patriotic drink. Raise your glass in memory of those who’ve helped defend the red, white
and blue.


California-Grown Strawberries

$2.99 ea., save $1 (1 lb. package)

Get Your Grill On!

tri tip
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Florentine Style

This deceptively simple recipe enhances the natural flavor of the beef. Rosemary and the smokiness of the grill are wonderful accents, and the lemon zest cuts through the rich fattiness of the beef.


Tri Tip Roast

$4.99/lb., save $4/lb.

pork spareribs

PrairieFresh 100% Natural Pork Spareribs

Prepare these juicy spareribs with our Charred Pineapple Barbecue Sauce recipe. This barbecue sauce works best with any grilled pork and is also a welcome addition to shrimp
or chicken.


Pork Spareribs

$1.99/lb., save $1.50/lb.*

*Previously frozen. Butchering services are not provided at this price, but are provided at the regular price of $3.49/lb.


Farm-Raised Fresh BBQ Oysters

We love grilling oysters! Use ample heat and be sure to watch them carefully. As soon as your oysters pop open, they’re ready to eat. Shells will be hot, so please be careful handling them.


BBQ Oysters

2/$1, save 98¢ on 2. 50¢ each.

Kingsford charcoal

Kingsford Charcoal

Save big on Kingsford Charcoal this week!


Kingsford Charcoal

$6.99, save $5, 16.6 lb. bag

Angel’s Steak Grilling Tips

Follow these tips for grilling the perfect steak from our director of meat operations:

  • Start with one of our Fresh to Market Angus USDA Choice Steaks, such as New York or rib eye steak.
  • Consider using a dry rub–Our meat department associates will be happy to tell you all about our signature blends.
  • On a pre-heated gas grill, cook your steak over high heat for two minutes to sear in
    the juices.
  • After searing, turn the temperature down to low and cook an additional four minutes per side for a medium-rare steak.

baby back ribs

Let Our Chefs Do the Work For You!

Our deli’s barbecued ribs are a great way to enjoy delicious ribs, without all the work (except lickin’ your fingers clean of course).


Deli Barbecued Ribs

$8.99/lb., save $1

Red and White Grub That’ll Keep Your Wallet from
Singing the Blues!

McCadamadam cheddar

New York Cheddar

An excellent white Cheddar made in New York by McCadam Creamery. Perfect with tart apples.


New York Cheddar

$6.99/lb., save $4/lb.


2009 Rockus Bokus

California (Sonoma County)

This red is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Syrah, Malbec, Merlot, and Petit Verdot— described as “blackberries, chocolate Mexican spice.” This rock star is great with barbeque!


Rockus Bokus

$11.99, save $4 (750 ml)


White Corn

This must-have favorite at barbecue gatherings comes with a wealth of nutrients notably folate, a B vitamin that is crucial for a healthy pregnancy and protecting your heart and circulation. Corn also supplies beta-cryptoxanthin, an orange-red carotenoid that may protect against lung cancer and other types
of cancer.

Dr. Liz


White Corn

3/$1, save $2.37 on 3. 34¢ each


Seedless Watermelon

Everyone’s summertime at picnics and backyard parties, watermelon supplies a wide array of vital nutrients, including vitamin C, potassium and fiber. The pink-red color of watermelon comes from lycopene, an antioxidant that may help lower risk of various cancers, including colon and lung cancer.

Dr. Liz


Seedless Watermelon

$3.98 ea., save $3.01 ea.


Chocolate and White Cupcakes

This week our bakery is offering you great savings on 12-packs of our delectable cupcakes available in chocolate and white varieties.


Cupcake 12 packs

$6.99/ea., save $2/ea.

The Daily Crave

Give in to Your Cravings Guilt-Free!

Holiday celebrations bring on a slew of tempting snacks, but now it’s okay to “crave” in! The Daily Crave offers delicious veggie sticks and chips that are 100% natural, 100% vegan, non GMO, and contain no artificial flavors or coloring.

Memorial Day bouquet

Memorial Day Bouquet

Decorate your table in our Nation’s colors with our Memorial Day Bouquet featuring red gerberas, blue delphinium, red and white pom poms and lemon leaf.


Memorial Day Bouquet

$7.99, save $2


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Upcoming Events

May 25 5-7 p.m.

Wine Tastings with Nugget Markets

Enjoy fun and affordable entertainment this Friday at Nugget Markets. The following locations are hosting their weekly wine tastings from 5-7 p.m. at just $5/flight. Cheers!

  • Elk Grove Van Ruiten
  • El Dorado Hills Robert Hall, Rancho Sisquoc & Evohe Wines
  • Vacaville Bogle Winery
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May 26 - 28

Davis World Cup 2012

Now in its 26th year, Davis AYSO presents the World Cup Soccer Tournament, a three-day event of competition, great soccer, and fun. We’re again onboard in support of the community and this Davis Memorial Day Weekend sports tradition, May 26 - 28th.

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June 2 2-5 p.m.

Citizens Who Care Beerfest 2012

Check out this year’s Davis Beerfest, benefiting Citizens Who Care for the Elderly. It’s at Sudwerk Restaurant, 2001 Second St. on Saturday June 2 from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.. Enjoy Nugget’s hand-made sausages, live music, raffle prizes, and more than 100 handcrafter beers, at this community event for a great cause.

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June 2 6-9 p.m.

Wine at Town Center

The Rotary Clubs of Cameron Park and El Dorado Hills present the Wine at Town Center wine and food event, Saturday, June 2 from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Town Center in El Dorado Hills. Stop by the Nugget Markets tasting table for samples of goodies from out kitchens, while supporting Rotary community programs at the same time.

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