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
October 28, 2019
It’s sweet. It’s salty. It’s full of flavor and crunch. The apple bacon salad can be a nice side or a meal by itself. And it has bacon…and everybody is good with that! This week, Cuisine at Home offers up a great salad recipe, plus a savory homemade dressing you can make in a snap! Here’s all you’ll need:
October 28, 2019
The crunchy, cheesy, and salty little cracker called “Cheez-It” goes back nearly 100 years. Dayton, Ohio’s Green & Green Company invented them and sent them into the world with the simple slogan “You’ll like Cheez-It.” When you really think about it, not much more has to be said! But the crackers made by Green & Green weren’t just ordinary run-of-the-mill crackers. These were patented crackers.
October 20, 2019
Cooler weather has us hunting for comfort foods. Today we have an award-winning Taste of Home pot roast recipe that will take the chill out of any day! Plus this just happens to feature some items that are on special this week at Fresh Madison Market. Here’s your shopping list:
October 20, 2019
For the health-conscious, just the word “snack” sends up alarm bells. Are we talking about candy bars? Cupcakes? Or are we talking about a healthful choice from Snack Factory? Because Pretzel Crisps are made for unapologetic snacking. They took everything you love about pretzels…flavor and crunch…and made it lighter, crispier, and more versatile. When a company makes those kinds of changes and it gets the attention of dietitians, it’s clear you’re on to something.
October 13, 2019
If you can make a sandwich…you can make a panini! Take some of your favorite sandwich ingredients and grill it until it’s warm. Panini first showed up in the U.S. in the 1950s, but the Italians had a 4-century head start. The first panini showed up in an Italian cookbook in the 1500s!  Today we bring together some great specials at Fresh Madison Market, and help you build a ham, tomato, and cheese panini. For this recipe from Williams-Sonoma, you’ll need:
October 13, 2019
You’ve been itching to dive into some pumpkin pie ice cream…but haven’t had a dairy-free choice.  Until now! Halo Top Ice Cream, your favorite low-calorie ice cream now has a dairy-free pumpkin pie flavor! It’s a seasonal option that comes in at only 360 calories PER PINT! Halo Top has always given you a way to indulge without the guilt, and this latest seasonal flavor is no exception. Halo Top started with 4 great flavors to make a light ice cream that tastes like…ice cream. It caught on quickly and in 2017, Time Magazine named it one of its top inventions of the year.

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