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easter macarons

posted on March 23rd, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

Spring is here and what is the best way to spend it? By tasting different flavors of macarons! Flavors consist of praline, red velvet, salted caramel, pistachio, chocolate, lemon, vanilla, raspberry, and earl gray. Start by taking your traditional Easter egg idea and adding a sweet twist! All you need is… Macarons Decorating Icing Decorating Tip Set Right now, all items can be found at your local Bristol Farms to begin crafting! Read More

Big Time Tri‑Tip & Marinade

posted on March 22nd, 2017 by Rick Stidham

Our Butchers have been known to offer the best tri-tip in town. Incredibly tasty with the beefy flavor of sirloin, and a tenderness that simply melts in your mouth. Our Choice Natural Tri-Tip is the perfect cut for summertime grilling with its delicious flavor and ability to soak up the warmth of spices, rubs, and grilling smoke. Flavorful enough to stand on its own yet we gave our tri-tip a one-two punch with our own Big Time Steak & Tri-Tip Marinade! In our meat department is our signature marinated Big Time Tri-Tip! Marinated for 48 hours in our own premium, natural sauce, these tri-tips are full of smokey, sweet, and peppery flavor from first bite to last. Fully seasoned and ready to grill. Be prepared to fall in love! With a marinade this good, we also bottled it to go! You can also find our signature all natural, small-batch crafted Big Time Steak & Tri-Tip Marinade in our meat department for those who like to marinate at home. Our Big Time Tri-Tip is… Read More

Bristol Farms "Never Ever" Pork – Why We’re Better

posted on March 22nd, 2017 by Rick Stidham

You have to love all of the latest “buzz” words when in comes to fresh food these days. Terms like Vegetarian Fed, Humanely Raised, Free Range, and Air Chilled are a few that come to mind. As we look closer into the lifestyle that supports these kinds of husbandry practices, it is becoming increasingly obvious that healthier meal choices and long-term sustainability are at the forefront of the minds of today’s consumer. Having taken this knowledge into consideration, your local Meat Department is pleased to be able to offer you a line of cut pork selections that not only have all of the attributes mentioned above, but many other benefits as well. In keeping with tradition, our pork also features our standard requirements like Natural, "Never Ever", and Hormone/Antibiotic Free that you have come to expect from us. I encourage you to stop by our meat counter and let one of our skilled butchers help you in selecting a unique meal using one of our pork selections. Our Boneless… Read More

Strawberry Season

posted on March 22nd, 2017 by Lauren Murphy

It's strawberry season! Strawberries are naturally sweet and full of vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants. Right now, organic strawberries are $4.00 each (save $2.00 each) at your local Bristol Farms. These berries are easy to incorporate into any meal at any time of the day. The following five dishes will inspire you to start and end your day with strawberries. Breakfast: Strawberry Smoothie Blend strawberries, banana, yogurt, and milk (can substitute for almond or coconut). Protein powder optional. Once fully blended, add ice cubes and blend until smooth. Lunch: Chicken & Strawberry Wrap Add lettuce, shredded chicken, sliced strawberries, and avocados in a large tortilla. Roll and wrap, then cut in half. Snack: Rice Cakes Top two rice cakes with any nut butter and sliced strawberries. Dinner: Spinach & Strawberry Salad Combine spinach, sliced strawberries, walnuts, and goat cheese. Add protein of your choice: chicken, salmon, or tofu. Top with… Read More

1/2 Pies on Pi Day

posted on March 14th, 2017 by Lauren Murphy

March 14th is Pi Day and what better way to celebrate than $3 off our half pies! Our fruit pies are made with natural ingredients and premium fruit. The flaky crust encases large slices and whole pieces of fruit. You will find that our pies are bursting with flavor since there is more fruit than slurry, which is the thickener that suspends the fruit in the pie. We believe that more fruit makes for a better tasting pie, but you can be the final judge on that. Prices valid: March 14-17, 2017 Read More

International Women’s Day 2017

posted on March 8th, 2017 by Lauren Murphy

The first International Women’s Day was held in 1911. Thousands of events occur to mark the economic, political, and social achievements of women. Organizations, governments, charities, educational institutions, women’s groups, corporations, and the media all celebrate the day. International Women’s Day, observed annually on March 8, is a day to honor and celebrate the achievements of women from around the world and is gaining great traction here in the U.S. Many people give small gifts or flowers to their mothers, wives, grandmothers, and daughters, as well as coworkers, teachers, and friends in recognition of Women’s Day. We have Fringe Studio notebooks, mugs, key dishes, paperweights, tablet or pen bags, and other desk accessories for the hard working women in your life Read More

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner

posted on March 8th, 2017 by Lauren Murphy

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day and let us do the cooking. For only $12.49, the meal includes: corned beef, baby red potatoes, baby carrots, and cabbage. Contact the deli department to reserve by 6 PM on March 16th Read More

Cheese Of The Month: Emerald Isle Spread

posted on March 1st, 2017 by Sara Trujillo

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day we proudly present Emerald Isle Spread. This spread is a blend of cream cheese, horseradish, parsley, green onion, chives and Irish Cheddar. It is great with crusty baguette, pretzels, crudité or crackers. Emerald Isle Spread 9 oz. $4.99 Read More

Colorado Lamb

posted on March 1st, 2017 by Lauren Murphy

Chefs and butchers agree: Colorado lamb is the best in the world. Ours comes from the Harper Farms, a third-generation family ranch known for producing some of the most coveted lamb in the country. That’s because the sheep are raised on pasture eating their favorite grasses and then finished on corn and other vegetarian grains, giving the lamb its trademark marbling, fork-tender texture and milder—and yet still rich—flavor that some say tastes a bit sweet. All of our Colorado Lamb is humanely raised, USDA Choice Grade and certified Never Ever: no antibiotics, no hormones, no animal byproducts in their feed Read More

Winter Citrus Margarita

posted on February 22nd, 2017 by Lauren Murphy

When you think of margaritas you might be reminded of summer. But with all the winter citrus fruits at their peak right now, it's a perfect excuse to make a fresh hand squeezed margarita. Feel free to adapt the recipe below and make it your own. The beauty of winter citrus is that they are all unique in flavor and are great to mix and match! Ingredients to make 4 mason jars: 3 limes 1 Cara Cara Pink Navel 1.5 Pink Grapefruits 1 Tangelo 1 Clementine 6 oz Tequila Sparkling water (optional to cut juice) Ice Salt for rim (optional) Instructions: Squeeze the juice from desired citrus into bowl Strain out pulp and seeds In a small pitcher mix citrus juice and tequila Add sparkling water to taste (If salting rim) Rub lime wedge along rim of glass and then dip glass in rimming salt Fill mason jars or margarita glasses with refreshing beverage Garnish with a bright slice of citrus Read More

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