July 22, 2018
Open Acres cooked shrimp is great just as it is with some lemon and cocktail sauce.  But for something different, try this easy shrimp salad that you can have ready in just 15 minutes! Here’s all you’ll need: 1 lb. Open Acres cooked shrimp 1/2 cup mayonnaise 2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice 1 1/2 tsp. dried dill 1 tsp. shrimp seasoning 1/8 tsp. pepper 2 cups peeled, chopped tomatoes 1/2 cup finely chopped celery 1/4 cup finely chopped onion Cut cooked shrimp into bite-size pieces.
July 22, 2018
Just because we’re landlocked doesn’t mean you can’t have great seafood.  This week we have something both fresh and delicious.  Open Acres is a brand you’ll find throughout the store.  Bakery, produce, deli and even seafood.  Open Acres has a wide variety of fresh, simple foods with real ingredients you can trust.  This week, we’d love for you to try a package of cooked shrimp from Open Acres, with as many as 25 plump, delicious shrimp.  When you make a $30 purchase at Fresh Madison Market, you can pick up Open Acres cooked shrimp, free!
July 16, 2018
It’s summer, it’s hot, and it’s time for a cool treat.  Try this super-rich Peanut Butter Brownie Milkshake the folks at Delish recently shared.  It’s amazingly easy and absolutely delicious.  Just take a handful of brownies, 2 spoonfuls of peanut butter, 3 scoops of vanilla ice cream, and a splash of milk.  Blend it all together and pour it in a big glass.  Is it really that easy?  Give it a try and let us know!
July 16, 2018
Popcorn could be one of the easiest things to make yourself…but you’re not going to get the flavor variety and the good vibes that you get from Angie’s BOOMCHICKAPOP Popcorn!  Angie and her husband built the company believing that people are born to crush it!  According to Angie, she and Dan made the company to “bringing a BOOM of positive energy to support the boundless futures of women and children everywhere, encouraging them to live out loud and unleash their potential every day.”  Those aren’t just nice words, their company regularly donates and supports a half dozen great organization
July 9, 2018
When caught between the misery of mosquito bites and covering yourself in chemicals, many people just don’t know what to choose.  Finding a natural remedy can take some trial and error, but here are a couple that people have found successful: Witch Hazel This one requires 1/3 cup of witch hazel and 40 drops of essential oil.  You can pair it with just about any oil you like.  Put it in a spray bottle, shake to mix and apply. Coconut Oil
July 9, 2018
When a cup of coffee starts to cost more than a couple gallons of gas, it’s time somebody step up and hand you a free cup.  That’s just what we’re doing this week at Fresh Madison Market.  Come spend $15 on groceries, and we’ll say thanks with a free large coffee.  And this isn’t just any old coffee.  You know how particular we are when it comes to our products being fresh and top notch.  Try a free cup of coffee and see if you agree …Fresh Madison Market knows good coffee!
July 1, 2018
There are many legends that surround the simple hot dog.  Including how it got its name.  One tale says a vendor at the New York Polo Grounds was heard shouting, “get your hot dachshund sausages!”  An illustrator drew a picture of an actual dachshund in a bun with the caption “get your hot dogs.”  Whether that is the birth of the name or not is heavily debated, but the sausage is one of the oldest forms of processed foods.  Homer’s Odyssey mentions it in the 9th Century B.C.  Two German cities, Frankfurt-am-Main and Coburg both wrestle for the birthplace of the frankfurter, but it’s safe to
July 1, 2018
It’s hard to imagine something more suited for the 4th of July than all-American Ball Park Franks.  But, was there ever an actual “ball park” where Ball Park Franks originated?  Absolutely.  In 1957 at Tiger Stadium in Detroit a food company got the contract to be the sole vendor for hot dogs.  They were an immediate hit with the fans, and just 2 short baseball seasons later the rather unappealing name “Hygrade Food Products” would become, quite simply, “Ball Park Franks.”  Before the 60s were over, Ball Park Franks, the ones that “plump when you cook ‘em,” were in stores nationwide.  So, t

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