It’s the season of love! Celebrate Valentine’s Day with heart-shaped calzones. This tasty dinner doubles as an activity for the whole family. Each family member creates their own, so everyone is involved in the fun and makes their calzone with all of their favorite ingredients. Use a fork to mark initials in each calzone, so that everyone knows which one is theirs once they’re baked. Using purchased pizza dough and sauce from your Market makes this recipe quick and easy! Watch the video here.
A favorite street food in Thailand, Pad Thai packs many layers of flavor, color and texture into a simple rice noodle stir-fry. Our recipe calls for prawns, however, you can substitute chicken, pork, tofu or vegetables to suit your taste. The secret to a great Pad Thai is to have every ingredient prepped before starting to cook. Watch the video.
Are you ready for the Big Game? No watch party is complete without “soup-er good food! Score points with Mindy’s recipe for Crab Chowder in Bread Bowls. Or, provide everyone choices and pick up a variety of fresh, seasonal soups from your Market Kitchen. Whether your team wins or loses, these soup bowls will be the highlight of the game! Watch the video.
Looking for a new easy weeknight meal? BBQ chicken sliders are the answer! Start your slow-cooker in the morning and it will be ready by dinnertime – it’s that simple! Mindy Lockard makes these melt-in-your-mouth sliders with chicken breasts, pineapple BBQ sauce, carrots and onions, but you can make this recipe all your own with only a few simple tweaks. Watch the video.
The keto diet requires a dramatic reduction of carbohydrates, which are in many of our favorite foods. But eating low carb doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice pizza. This delicious and easy keto crust is made with only a few simple ingredients, like mozzarella, almond flour and egg. Finish the crust with your favorite toppings and you can have your pizza and eat it too! Watch the video.
Chicken fingers are a favorite for many kids (and adults!). Plus, making them with your family can be fun. Your kids will love eating them and you’ll love how easy they are to make. Purchase chicken cutlets from your Meat & Seafood Department and ask them to prep them to make it even simpler. All you need is flour, salt, eggs, Corn Chex Cereal, garlic powder and your go-to dipping sauces, like honey mustard, ranch and ketchup. Watch this video, then grab your kids and get started!
Homemade granola is a versatile treat that your kids will love for breakfast, an after-school snack or even dessert. The best part? It’s healthy and they won’t even know it! To make this wholesome goodness, all you need is a few basic ingredients, like oats, coconut oil and maple syrup, as well as your favorite nuts and dried fruits. Watch the video
Have you tried our Market House Cheddar? Made by Tillamook, especially for us, and aged for three years, this hardy and tangy cheese is a top seller. It comes in a ginourmous 40-pound block that’s cut and sold by the pound at your Market Cheese Shop. Try it in your favorite mac ‘n’ cheese recipe, in a grilled cheese sandwich or on a cheese board alongside nuts, fruits and artisan meats! Watch the video.
Cheese puffs, also known as gougères, make a fabulous appetizer for special occasions, especially with the addition of crab and sharp cheddar. The puff dough is the same basic pâte à choux (pat ah shoo) recipe used for cream puffs and eclairs, but Chef Greg has simplified and sped up the process by using a processor to mix in the eggs and cheese. Watch the video.
It’s almost the 2020s not the 1960s, but fondue is still a party staple! If you are searching for a fun dessert for your New Year’s Eve party, you’ll love Mindy Lockard’s simple and tasty chocolate fondue. This treat gets everyone involved and makes waiting for the ball to drop extra sweet. All you need is chocolate chips, coconut milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract, skewers and all your favorites for dipping. Your family will ask you to fondue this recipe in this video year after year!