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23 Great Ways to Enjoy Grapes

By Alana Sugar, March 20, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Alana Sugar

Sonoma Chicken Salad

Sonoma Chicken Salad

Are you familiar with the Great Grape Escape? It’s a favorite in my house. You simply wash, dry and freeze grapes, then eat them or if you are super hot, roll them around your temples and over the back of your neck. Of course, you can always pretend you are a child and stuff one into your belly button for an immediate cooling effect! Here are more cooling grape ideas:

  • Make grape popsicles (great with smashed fresh grapes and grape juice)
  • Use frozen grapes in...
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Cute Egg Carton Crafts

By Allison Burch, March 20, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Allison Burch

Egg Carton Crafts

Eggs are ever-present in our home. Scrambled, over easy, frittatas, hard-boiled, deviled…the possibilities abound! And so do the egg cartons.

When Easter rolls around and eggs are even more ubiquitous – dyed gorgeous colors, hidden in the garden, piled in baskets – keep those cartons out of the landfill and keep little hands busy crafting fun spring decorations and doo-dads.

When my crafty coworker casually mentioned she and her two little girls were quite the experts in crafting from household scraps, I encouraged her to see what they'd create from egg cartons. She browsed Pinterest for some ideas, and this turned out to be great for...

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Your One-Stop Shop for Passover

By Elizabeth Leader Smith, March 19, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Elizabeth Leader Smith

Spinach and Matzoh Ball Chicken Soup

Brisket and kugel and cake, oh my! Passover is a holiday rooted in the celebration of history and tradition – and great food. Whether your menu barely strays from the classics or you tend to put a twist on tradition, we can help.

Our grocery buyers work closely with our vendor partners to develop delicious kosher products that meet our strict quality standards, which includes no hydrogenated fats, artificial preservatives, colors and flavors. Here’s a preview of the kosher for Passover products our stores...

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7 Unusual Seafood Dishes to Try Soon

By Megan Myers, March 18, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

Cornmeal-Crusted Turbot with Tomato and Cucumber Salad

Cornmeal-Crusted Turbot with Tomato and Cucumber Salad

When it comes to fish, I used to get stuck in a rut. I’d reach for the few varieties I was familiar with and knew how to prepare, like salmon, tilapia, and tuna. While those fish can be the easy choice for the dinner table, there are literally other fish in the sea!

Once I began exploring the ocean of fish and seafood options, like sardines and...

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Divine Deviled Eggs

By Megan Myers, March 17, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

Lemon-Caper Deviled Eggs

Lemon-Caper Deviled Eggs

Are you ready to get cracking this spring? You know what I mean: it’s time to embrace the egg! We love eggs all year, but right now it’s all about those hardboiled beauties. (Get our easy instructions for how to boil them!)

One of our favorite ways to showcase eggs, especially for a springtime gathering, is a platter of pretty deviled eggs.

Deviled eggs got their name centuries ago, when anything...

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