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5.3.2016

Celebrating Mom!

Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood and is celebrated throughout the world in many different fashions. The observance of this holiday can be traced all the way back to ancient Greeks and Romans who celebrated the mother goddesses, Rhea and Cybele. Mother’s Day wasn’t introduced to America until 1908 when it was created by […]

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4.27.2016

Pre-Cinco de Mayo Margaritas

Let’s start the Cinco de Mayo party celebrations early, shall we? We’ve got a great deal on 750 ml Sauza Silver and Gold Tequila that will last you all the way through your Cinco de Mayo parties and beyond. Both are on sale for only $9.99 a bottle, which is a savings of $9.00 each! […]

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4.27.2016

Administrative Professionals’ Day

Today is Administrative Professionals’ Day, and if you know an Admin you just can’t live without, we encourage you to say ‘thank you’ by gifting something special. National Professional Secretaries week and National Secretaries Day was created in 1952 to recognize the importance and value of the position to a company or business. The name […]

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4.26.2016

Gifts Mom will Love

She’s your #1! You’ve called her countless times for advice, a good laugh, or a favorite recipe. Show Mom your gratitude this Mother’s Day and pay her back with a gift she’ll love! Here are some of our current favorites that you’ll find in stores: Mud Pie Hydrangea Collection From serving bowls to cheese boards, […]

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4.21.2016

Great Dishes for Passover

Passover begins in the evening this Friday, April 22. To help prepare for the celebrations, we are proud to feature a full variety of Passover goods with a uniqueness only found at Bristol Farms. Traditional items can be found in store on display, like matzo, grape juice, gefilte fish, macaroons, and candles. Our customers will […]

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4.20.2016

Break Bread for Earth Day

Earth Day 1970 was originally focused on environmental concerns, and while it still focuses on concerns it has also become a day to recognize all the efforts that have been made to protect our environment. It has become a celebration of our Earth. This is a time to celebrate a simpler lifestyle which reduces the […]

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4.14.2016

Low and Slow Beef Brisket

Brisket is traditionally served during many special Jewish holidays and occasions. It is a cut of meat that comes from the breast or lower chest of beef, and contains a significant amount of connective tissue making it a tough piece of meat. However, following a few tips can achieve a perfectly tender, juicy, and flavorful […]

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3.24.2016

Sweet & Petite Cake Pops!

Cake pops started out as a way to use up the leftovers from making a cake. Taking crumbs or pieces of cake they are combined with buttercream and formed into a ball. Next they are put on a stick and dipped into a coating. Cake pop decorating ranges from simple with just a drizzle of […]

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3.17.2016

Chèvres by Salt Spring Cheese Co.

Our Cheese Team is always on the lookout for new and exciting items to bring to our customers. We recently discovered the decadent, delicious (and beautiful, I might add) Chèvre produced by Salt Spring Island Cheese Company. Established in 1996, Salt Spring Island Cheese Co. cheeses have been handmade using traditional methods and high quality […]

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3.17.2016

Lucky Shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is the one day everyone wishes they were a bit Irish, wouldn’t you say? As many of you will be rushing out to get your corned beef dinners, Irish soda bread, and Irish ales, don’t forget to pick up a lucky Shamrock plant! The shamrock leaf is the most iconic […]

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