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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” March 10, 2010

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Featured Coupons

Save $1We couldn’t resist putting Lucky Charms on sale for St. Patrick’s Day. Save $1 with this week’s coupon!

Also a staple of any St. Patrick’s Day table, save $1 on Beaver 12-13 oz. mustard.

California-Grown Cabbage


Only 25¢/lb.What St. Patty’s Day is complete without this crispy green? Our California-grown cabbage is half off this week! “One cup raw shredded cabbage supplies about 25 percent of the Daily Value for vitamin C and potassium in under 20 calories.” — Dr. Liz

Community Events

A Taste of Davis – March 12, 2010

Nugget Markets joins with area wineries and restaurants for the Davis Chamber of Commerce’s A Taste of Davis wine and food event, Friday March 12 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Center. Enjoy food samplings from Nugget. For more information, call (530) 756-5160.

CASA of Placer: Casino Royale – March 27, 2010

On Saturday, March 27, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., join us for the annual Casino Royale fundraiser in Rocklin, benefiting CASA (Child Advocates of Placer County). Nugget Markets joins with local restaurants and wineries for this fundraiser, featuring food tastings, live music, auctions and casino games. At the Von Housen Mercedes-Benz dealership, 4747 Granite Dr. For more information visit

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Fresh to Market
March 10, 2010
Volume 4, Issue 6

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Prices valid 3/10/2010 - 3/16/2010.

St. Patty’s Day

Featured Recipe: Kathy’s Corned Beef and Cabbage

Kathys Corned Beef Cabbage

Save $1.40Harris Ranch corned beef brisket is on sale this week for $2.39/lb. That’s a savings of $1.40/lb.!

Try our recipe for Corned Beef and Cabbage from Nugget Markets Executive Chef Jeff Clark. “Even when I was away at college, on St. Patrick’s Day I had to have my mom’s corned beef and cabbage,” Jeff says. “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.”

Black and Tan

Save Up To $3Guinness and Harp Lager are on sale this week for a savings of up to $3!

Made with traditional Guinness Draught and Harp Lager, when made right 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.

Black And Tan Step 1

Step 1:

Pour a pale ale, like Harp Lager, into a pint glass, filling the glass halfway. Whether the glass is half full or half empty at this point … well, that’s your call.

Black And Tan Step 2

Step 2:

Float the Guinness on top to fill the glass by slowly pouring it over the back of a teaspoon. Place the spoon down in the glass just above the lager (it may help to bend the spoon so it fits down in the glass). As your pour the Guinness, slowly raise the spoon until the glass is full.

Black And Tan Step 3

Step 3:

Remove the spoon; two distinct layers will appear in the glass. Enjoy!

Guinness 6/11.2 oz bottles, $6.99, save $3. Harp 6/12 oz bottles, $5.99 save up to $3.

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Eat Like the Irish

Surprise! Celebrating this St. Patrick’s Day with the traditional fare of cabbage, carrots, potatoes and corned beef, all washed down with a mug of dark beer, may bring you more than good luck. Many of Ireland’s staples have some amazingly healthy “charm.”

  • Cabbage: Whether boiled, braised or raw, cabbage contains indoles – a type of phytonutrient that disarms cancer-causing agents. Studies show that indoles may also halt growth of intestinal polyps, a precursor to colon cancer.
  • Potatoes: These humble root vegetables have gotten a bad rap as nothing much more than a “carb.” That’s simply not true! A one-cup serving of potatoes supplies 25 percent of your vitamin C and 15 percent of fiber needs, along with energizing carbohydrates that fuel your workouts.
  • Carrots: One medium carrot supplies over 100% of vitamin A needs as beta-carotene in only 25 calories – a nutritional bargain! This colorful pigment protects the body cells from an array of age-related ailments such as aging skin and heart disease.
  • Corned beef: This St. Pat’s day favorite gives a good dose of the minerals iron and zinc along with providing 30 percent of the Daily Value of protein in a 3 oz. serving. If you’ve been advised by a physician to eat a low-sodium diet, you may want to limit portions of this salted meat.
  • Beer: In moderation (a 12 oz. serving), beer may help protect your heart much the same way red wine does. Phytonutrients found in the grains used to make beer may help protect circulating cholesterol from damaging artery walls.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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