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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” March 16, 2011

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Cabbage — grown in California!


Save 60¢/lb.Cook a traditional St. Patrick’s Day feast — using locally grown ingredients! Try this California-grown cabbage, on sale this week for just 39¢/lb., save 60¢/lb.

Black and Tan

Black And Tan

Save $3Made with traditional Guinness Draught and Harp Lager, a Black and Tan makes a festive drink for St. Patrick’s day. When made correctly, the Black and Tan forms two distinct layers in the glass. The secret to making a great Black and Tan is the “Black and Tan spoon” and the proper pouring technique.

Guinness Draught and Harp Lagers are on sale this week! 4 Pack/14.9 oz. Cans Guinness or 6 Pack/ 12 oz. Bottles Harp $5.99 + crv, save $3

Maille Mustard & Beaver Horseradish

Hot And Zesty Beaver Maille Mustard

Save up to $1.40Try Maille Mustard and Beaver Horseradish for a zesty accompaniment to your corned beef. Selected varieties are on sale this week! Maille Mustard or Beaver Horseradish, 7.3-12 oz. jar, $3.49, save up to $1.40

Gold Medal Winners

Wine Press

Check out the latest edition of our Wine Press for some of the Golden State’s finest from the largest competition of American wines in the world. Available in stores or download a copy now.

Upcoming Events:

Japan Earthquake/Pacific Tsunami Matching Fund Drive - Nugget Markets and the American Red Cross

From March 15 through April 1, we’re partnering with the American Red Cross and our guests to bring direct relief and aid to those affected by the devastating earthquake in Japan and the Pacific tsunami. Make your tax-deductible, checkstand donation at any Nugget Market. We will also donate a matching contribution of up to $5,000. Thank you for bringing help and hope to those dealing with this disaster.

Gluten-Free Fairs

Stop by selected Nugget Markets locations this weekend to sample gluten-free products throughout the store and pick up a copy of our gluten-free product list. Learn about our Special Diets labeling program, too.

  • March 18 – El Dorado Hills
  • March 19 – Davis, Covell Blvd.
  • March 20 – Roseville

Wine and Beer Tastings with Nugget Markets — March 18

Experience some great tastings at these Nugget Markets locations from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.:

  • Florin - San Francisco Chronicle Gold Medal Winners
  • West Sacramento - McManis Winery
  • Woodland - Wine from Astoria
  • Elk Grove - Wine Warehouse
  • Vacaville - Joel Gott Winery
  • El Dorado Hills - Runquist wines and Vino Noceto Winery
  • Roseville - Bogle Winery, Clarksburg

A Taste of Davis – March 18
Davis CA

Presented by the Davis Chamber of Commerce, this year’s Taste of Davis takes place March 18 at the Veterans Memorial Hall, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nugget Markets joins with local area restaurants and wineries, and we’ll be there with a tasting table of our signature foods. For more information, visit

American Heart Association’s First Annual Go Red Race – April 2
Sacramento CA

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. For more information and to register, visit

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

Fresh to Market
March 16, 2011
Volume 5, 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.

Prices valid 3/16/2011 – 3/22/2011.

Luck of the Irish

We’ve got everything you need for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Jamie and Ginger

St Pattys Jamie And Ginger

It’s rainy and dreary outside, so we’ve created this super drink for St. Patrick’s Day to lift your spirits. Adding half an ounce of sour apple pucker to this drink makes it extra-festive.

St. Patrick’s Day Colcannon


Try this classic peasant dish from Ireland in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day!  We made it fun and bright green for the holiday, but this recipe works just fine without the addition of the spinach.  Serve it with corned beef or as a great side dish with any protein.

Kathy’s Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned Beef

Save $1.40/lb.“Even when I was away at college, every year on St. Patrick’s Day I had to have my mom’s corned beef and cabbage.  I would always call her for the recipe, but now she has allowed me to give it to Nugget’s loyal guests forever.  It’s simple, easy, and delicious, and the smell always reminds me of home.”

—Jeff Clark, Nugget Markets Executive Chef

Harris Ranch Corned Beef Brisket: $2.59/lb., save $1.40/lb.

Vintage Dubliner

Vintage Dubliner

Save $7.50/lb.Though not actually a cheddar, this classic Irish cheese is loved just as much. Aged a minimum of two years, it has an intense bite with a sweet, nutty finish. Enjoy with a good Cabernet or hearty beer.

Vintage Dubliner, $7.49/lb., save $7.50/lb.

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Eating Green

Besides wearing green this St. Patrick’s Day, try eating green – both good-for-you and good-for-the-environment green foods.

Some suggestions to get you started:

  • Asparagus: These tender spears served steamed, sautéed or raw contain a wealth of anti-inflammatory compounds that studies show may help ward off cancer, diabetes and heart disease.  Asparagus also supplies over 50 percent of the daily value for folate, a B-vitamin that protects against birth defects.
  • Cabbage: Like other members of the cruciferous vegetable clan, cabbage contains a potent class of cancer fighters called indoles. A one-cup serving also has a mere 30 calories, half your daily vitamin C need and almost 100 percent of the daily value for bone-building vitamin K. Make cabbage a regular on your plate in salad, stir-fry and soup.
  • Avocado: Known for their creamy taste, avocados supply vitamin E and hearth-healthy monounsaturated fats. When combined with other vegetables (e.g. in a green salad), avocado aids the absorption of health-boosting nutrients like carotenes.
  • Edamame: Also known as soybean pods, the tasty beans inside pack virtually everything you need, including good quality protein, more fiber than a bowl of bran cereal and special compounds called isoflavones that studies show may help lower your risk for osteoporosis, heart disease and some cancers.
  • Opt for organic: When strolling the produce aisle for these green foods, reach for the organic variety as a way to boost the environment’s health. Using fewer pesticides not only helps lower our exposure but also aids the planet.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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