November 10, 2019
This week, we’re going to help you make a pumpkin pie…and the expression “easy as pie” certainly applies to this one!  Straight from the kitchens of Taste of Home, we’re going to use Our Family Pie Crusts, on special this week, 2 for $4, and Our Family canned pumpkin, only 99-cents for a 15 oz. can.    Here’s what you’ll need:  
November 10, 2019
Just about any time of the year you’re going to find some kind of “apple juice” product on the shelves.  But this time of year is when Fowler Farms does their finest work.  We love them because from the apple seed to the apple cider, Fowler Farms manages the process.  It’s been that way since 1858.  You read that right…1858.  We only had 32 states, Abe Lincoln was just starting to make his arguments against slavery, and Denver, Colorado wasn’t yet founded.  But in upstate New York, a family farm was perfecting an apple orchard.  Today, 23 different varieties of apples come
November 3, 2019
You’ve spent a busy day at work and you know there’s limited time for dinner. Here comes a Fresh Madison Market rotisserie chicken to the rescue! This week, a whole rotisserie chicken is just $5.99! It’s an easy grab-and-go main dish, and you know it will be tender and juicy. As good as it is by itself, there are many things you can do with a rotisserie chicken to jazz up tonight’s dinner. This article from the Los Angeles Times has several great ideas.
November 3, 2019
Like so many dishes from another country, ramen has a storied past.  While there are many legends of how it made its way from China to Japan and eventually to America, it appears to have all began in the 1600s.  A scholar named Zhu Shunsui was a refuge in Japan and an advisor to a prominent political figure.  The legend has it that this may have been the first time ramen appeared in Japan, but others speculate that it wasn’t until the 19th century when it was introduced.  Ramen noodles are simply pulled wheat noodles, and after food shortages in post-World War II Japan, they became a quick