Monthly Archives: October 2012

Pork Chop Perfection

Posted on October 18, 2012

Breaded pork chops are so easy when you get them prepared from the Meat Department, and they're so delicious paired with rice pilaf and a Caesar salad.BREADED PORK CHOPS Crisp these Meat Department...
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Greek Chicken Dinner

Posted on October 16, 2012

Marinated chicken breasts from the Meat Department make a Greek feast easy and delicious.GREEK MARINATED CHICKEN BREASTS Ready-to-go in the Meat Department, grill these over high heat, turning once,...
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Kowalski's Rotisserie Chicken with Quinoa and Carrots

Posted on October 5, 2012

Craving comfort? We've got you covered with a quick and easy chicken dinner.ROTISSERIE CHICKEN Always hot and ready in the Deli Department. Rated best in the Twin Cities by Mpls-St. Paul Magazine!...
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Simple Greek Salad

Posted on October 3, 2012

Summer isn't over until you say so. Put fall on hold with this light and refreshing main course salad.SIMPLE GREEK SALAD Top prewashed mixed greens with grape tomatoes, sliced red onion, cucumber...
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It's Pumpkin Season!

Posted on October 1, 2012

It's a fruit (yes, you heard us, it's a fruit) that practically screams Halloween, fall, October and pie, but there's more you can do with a pumpkin than carve jack-o-lanterns and roast pumpkin seeds...
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Health News: The Truth is Out There... Somewhere

Posted on October 1, 2012

How do you distinguish a good media story on food, nutrition or health from a not-so-great one? The issue cropped up this past month when the news crowd clamored to cover research that said organic...

Improve Your Grocery Store Vocabulary

Posted on October 1, 2012

We see you looking at those labels and we like it! In addition to nutrition info and ingredient lists, there's a lot of information on food packaging these days. It can be hard to know what it all...

The Ultimate Ham and Cheese

Posted on October 1, 2012

They share more than just a hometown. The cheese we call Parmigiano-Reggiano and the air-cured ham Prosciutto di Parma are both carefully controlled and regulated specialty foods. As sparkling wine...

Ask Chef Rachael - October 2012

Posted on October 1, 2012

Q. What does "parboil" mean?A. Parboil isn'ta technically accurate word, because the prefix par means partially – and you can't partially boil something. You can par cook anything – and boiling is a...

Turkey Burgers

Posted on October 1, 2012

Pick up the makings of a traditional cookout – with some twists.TURKEY BURGERS No beef today! Plainville Farms Turkey Burgers are a delicious alternative to red meat burgers. Try a nontraditional...
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