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This Week’s Coupons
Save $1 on Martinelli’s Organic Apple Juice, and 50¢ on Blue Diamond Almond Breeze.
Beringer Cabernet Knight’s Valley
“The 2007 Knights Valley is redolent of blackberry, brown sugar and star anise in the nose. Its juicy fruit core, round mouthfeel and dusty tannins are perfectly expressive of the Knights Valley vineyard.” —Winemaker Laurie Hook. In a nutshell, this is one of the old standbys in our section. It is always reliable for quality, and when it is under $20, it’s a
$19.99, save $6. 750 ml. bottle.
Lazzari Mesquite Charcoal
When you’re firing up the grill for Labor Day, add some delicious smokiness to your entrees with mesquite charcoal from Lazzari, the nation’s largest and oldest producer of premium mesquite charcoal.
$8.99, save $2. 20 lb. bag
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Ladies Night In — Free Makeover
September 3, 2010
Come to our Woodland Nugget’s Healthy Living department on Friday, September 3, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., for our free makeover event: Ladies Night In, featuring Gabriel Natural Cosmetics and Organic Skincare products. Receive a free gift with purchase. For more info, call our Woodland store at (530) 662-5479.
September 11, 2010
The 15th annual SPLASH happens at the Roseville Aquatics Center (6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.) featuring local restaurants, wineries and micro-breweries. It’s an evening of art, wine, food, spirits, and live entertainment through the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. Nugget Markets joins with local businesses with a sampling table of goodies from Nugget Markets kitchens. For more information, visit rosevillechamber.com.
Spotlight Elk Grove 2010
September 16, 2010
Elk Grove, CA
Nugget Markets in Elk Grove once again supports the Elk Grove Community Foundation, which facilitates educational opportunities through scholarships, grants, and programs addressing community needs. Nugget will feature a tasting table with Nugget goodies during this fun-filled evening for a great cause, 5 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., at the SES Hall in Elk Grove. For more information, visit egcommunityfoundation.org.
Music in the Park - Roseville
September 19, 2010
It’s the last night for Performing Arts of Roseville’s Music in the Park series, with Mumbo Gumbo performing at 6 p.m. at Royer Park in Roseville. It’s a fun, free, family-friendly evening of entertainment and good times, and Nugget Markets is once again a proud supporter. For more information, visit rosevillemusicinthepark.com.
For more information on upcoming events in your community, visit the events section of our website.
Fresh to Market
September 1, 2010
Volume 4, Issue 18
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 9/01/10 – 9/7/10.
Nugget’s Five-Minute Barbecue Sauce
Add a homemade touch to grilled meats with this quick and tasty barbecue sauce. Serve it on anything from grilled chicken to baby back ribs. Baby backs are even on sale this week! PrairieFresh Baby Back Ribs $3.99/lb., save $2/lb.
Take it Easy for Labor Day!
If you don’t feel like cooking this Labor Day, not to worry: we’ll do the grilling for you! Stop by our deli for delicious Barbecue Chicken, $7.99/lb., save $2/lb.
Health Notes with Dr. Liz
Labor Day Grilling – Go Fruity!
With summer coming to an end and school back in session, a backyard barbecue makes for a great celebration. Make this barbecue a sweet one and grill up some dessert. A welcome change from cakes, cookies and pie is fresh grilled fruit. By taking advantage of summer’s sweet bounty of fruit, you not only add health-boosting nutrients to your meal but also save time and money. Check out our fruit-grilling essentials:
- Select firm but ripe fruit. The best choices include plums, nectarines, peaches, apricots, figs, pineapple and pears. Clean fruit in running water and dry before grilling.
- Cut fruit in half (remove pits if necessary), or cut into large chunks. Skewering works well for smaller fruits such as strawberries or cherries.
- Grill fruits on low heat or when coals are dying down. Plan on grilling fruits when everyone is sitting down to eat the main meal; you can put the fruit on and let it slow-cook over the fire.
- Sprinkle one side with cinnamon and a drizzle of honey and cook about 3 to 7 minutes (or until golden).
- Appeal to chocolate lovers by placing a small square of dark chocolate in the center of a pear, plum, peach or nectarine half during the last few minutes of grilling for a melt-in-your-mouth treat.
- Wrap a collection of fruit pieces in foil with flavorings (nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla) and place foil package directly into coal embers for a delicious steamed fruit compote.