Coconut oil is far more than just a trendy fad. You may know of a few uses for it, like using it as a replacement for olive oil in a pan or moisturizing your hair but it has an incredible amount of benefits in the kitchen, around the house, and in your beauty routine.
Mix it with spoonful in coffee and mix together in a blender (better than stirring)
Coconut oil can withstand up to 450 degrees (100 more than EVOO) so use it in a stirfry or when making sweet potato fries
Use it to grease cookie trays and cooking utensils
Add it to your smoothies
Around the house:
Use it to remove labels from jars or stickers from new purchases
Remove rings from swollen fingers
.Fix squeaky hinges
Clean makeup brushes
Make a hair and face mask
A natural shaving cream
.Stop bug bites from itching
Whiten teeth and clean your mouth through oil pulling Read More
You may have heard about the Paleo diet or know someone who follows it. This diet is inspired by our ancestors and how they used to consume their meals with clean food, free from additives with nothing processed or not found in nature. With Paleo, there is no calorie counting or portion control (unless you are trying to lose weight then you should limit the amount of fruits and nuts you eat or just enjoy them as snacks).
Acceptable foods on the Paleo diet:
Meat (grass-fed), poultry, fish, eggs
Vegetables & sweet potatoes/yams
Natural oils (olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil)
Foods Paleo discourages:
Dairy (milk, cheese, yogurt)
Grains (no rice, pasta, barley)
Legumes (peanuts, kidney beans)
Sodas & packaged juices
Happy Valentine's Day! Today is a day to express your love by telling someone how much they mean to you. That's why we've made two free food-inspired downloadable Valentine's Day cards. Just click, print, fold, and sign.
Click to download "You Make My Heart Beet" or "We Make A Cute Pear" Read More
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. Do you have all your gifts and goodies yet? We have everything you could need to throw a festive Valentine’s Day party, gifts for loved ones, and candy for your sweet friends.
Design Design paperware and cards
Meri Meri bakeware and decorations Read More
For Valentine's Day we will be offering USDA Choice Natural Filet Mignon for $21.99 lb which is a savings of $10 lb! If you're planning on cooking dinner for Valentine's Day or just want to stock up on the best filet mignon at an even better price then you'll want to come into your local Bristol Farms through February 14, 2017.
The big game is coming up and Bristol Farms has specials on everything you need to host a great party or be a thoughtful guest.
Burgers: We've created two new burgers for the game! Choose from the "Dirty Bird" made with antibiotic-free turkey, bleu cheese, and black pepper or the "Deflate-Gate" made with beef, mozzarella, and chopped pepperoni.
8 Year Wisconsin Cheddar: $8.99 lb. Save $7.00 lb.
Cheesy Sausages: 10/$10. Save up to $7.48. Choose from Chicken Apple Gruyere, Cheddar Bratwurst, Pork Feta Sundried Tomato, Pork Blue Pear, & Pork Pesto Parmesan.
Natural Air-Chilled Chicken Wings: $3.49 lb. Save $2.30 lb. Plain or marinated.
Natural Air-Chilled Baby Back Ribs: $5.49. Save up to $4.50 lb.
Handmade Guacamole: 10% off lb.
Bottled Waters: 3/$5
Beer: Deschutes 6 pk $7.99, Guinness 6 pk $8.99, Hangar 24 6 pk $8.99, Harp Lager 12 pk $14.99, Sierra Nevada 12 pk $15.99
*select varieties, +crv
10 Under $10
Just in time to enjoy the approach of Spring, we introduce our new spectacular promotion of 10 under $10 wine buys. These wines are not only chosen for their inexpensive nature, but because of their abundant qualities of aroma, body, palate pleasing attributes and sound finish. They are aggressively priced to fit all budgets. And unlike many buyers who purchase wines based solely on cost, the wine buying team at Bristol Farms samples all product prior to hitting the wine arbor. Here is a brief description of the new wines being offered:
Cuvee Hortense Bordeaux Blanc 8.99
This wine offers a wide aromatic palette of grapefruit, apricot, exotic fruits with delicate notes of wood and vanilla. Vibrant and fleshy in mouth, this blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon and Muscadelle can be enjoyed with seafood, shellfish, oysters and foie gras.
Excelsior Sauvignon Blanc 8.99
Excelsior Sauvignon Blanc is crafted from hand harvested grapes that are picked very early… Read More
LaClare Farms is family owned and operated by Larry and Clara Hedrich & four of their five children in Wisconsin. They began their journey in 1978 when they purchased a 22-acre farm to raise their five children. They began their dairy goat operation at this time as well, showing their goats throughout Wisconsin and Michigan for a few years. In 1996 the opportunity to go commercial came up and the first load of goat milk was picked up in April of 1996. The family milked over 100 goats for nine years before starting the Quality Dairy Goat Produces Co-op with another group of farmers. The QDGPC has set the standard for quality milk across the US. They have supplied LaClare Farms, Sartori Cheese, Carr Valley Cheese and LaLoos Ice Cream with goat milk.
Then the fun began… in 2008 looking to add value back to the farm through other avenues, Evalon cheese was born. LaClare Farms won their first award with Evalon at the United States Champion Cheese contest. At this… Read More
Mull of Kintyre is hand-crafted in an old distillery on the remote Kintyre Peninsula in the picturesque region of southwestern Scotland. This unique cheddar is crafted in the historic Campbeltown Creamery which has been producing cheese since 1923. The lush green land helps give Mull of Kintyre Cheddar its rich flavor and delicate sweetness. This extra mature cheddar is slowly aged for a minimum of 12 months by their master cheese graders. This creates a firm bodied cheese that delivers a distinctive eating experience.
Mull of Kintyre is a two-time International Cheese Awards Gold winner for Best Scottish Cheese.
A lovely cheddar like this should be paired with Ballast Point Sculpin I.P.A. or a dark Porter. It also goes well with apples and honey.
On February 2nd our wonderful demo team will be handing out samples of this amazing cheese Read More
February is American Heart Month. Incorporate these foods into your daily diet to keep your heart healthy and body strong:
Salmon or tuna for omega-3
Blueberries for antioxidants
Dark chocolate for flavanols
Almonds or flaxseeds for "good fats"
Yogurt or bananas for potassium
Beans for soluble fiber
Oatmeal or shiitake mushrooms for beta-glucan
Let us know what's your favorite way to eat heart-healthy foods more often!