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The Pumpkin Tree Branch

They’re back!! Locally grown Pumpkin Tree Branches are my personal favorite in fall floral and are back in our floral departments for a limited time. The pumpkin tree plants start their journey in greenhouses in early March, then are transferred to the fields during the months of April and May. The planting of the pumpkin […]

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Dress the Holidays with fine Holiday Decor

Last week, we moved into a new home in an adorable little neighborhood. Ever since, we’ve been enjoying evening bike rides (you can thank the warm weather for that), and checking out all the fun holiday house decorations for Halloween and Fall. It’s great to see the effort people put into decorating their homes! Though […]

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Fall in love with See Canyon Hard Cider Co.

Hard cider has been around since almost the beginning of time (figuratively more than literally) – it has been traced back prior to 60BC. Romans learned of this unique liquid from the natives and brought it back to a receptive audience. The Greeks and Romans share credit for its mastery. Along the way, orchards were […]

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Makin’ Pie with Sugar Pie Pumpkins

October – what a great time of year. Fall décor, leaves turning colors, and Halloween. Naturally, it’s time to talk about pumpkins. Although the recent 100 degree days make it very difficult to even think about turning on the oven. Nonetheless, we have a wonderful recipe for fresh pumpkin pie. Go ahead and get ready, […]

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Host Your Own Oktoberfest with Bristol Farms

Oktoberfest is a Bavarian tradition held in Munich, Germany from late September thru the first weekend of October. It is the largest celebration in the world, in that approximately 6 million people are in attendance, consuming more than 7 million liters of beer. It lasts 16 days (with a few exceptions mandated by calendar) and […]

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Farm-to-Table – Kitchens Trend Report

More frequently, we are hearing of the Farm-to-Table (or Farm-to-Fork) movement, which emphasizes the benefits of locally grown foods. Its origins began when Alice Waters, American Chef and Restaurateur, started to list the names of the farms on the menus at Chez Panisse, a neighborhood bistro in Berkeley, California, to serve as a reminder to people that […]

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Summer Entertaining with Design Design

In May of this year, my daughter was married in a beautiful backyard wedding. In planning our tables, we chose Design Design paper tableware for our place settings. This is how much I love and believe in the entertaining line by Design Design. The place setting we chose was an elegant and simple metallic silver […]

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Dry Aged Beef for Father’s Day

Bristol Farms is proud to offer you our very own Prime and Choice Dry Aged New York Steaks* for Father’s Day. Treat Dad to this time honored quality beef that’s superb in taste, texture, and tenderness. We urge our discerning customers to experience the difference dry aging makes. It’s pretty amazing. Here’s how it’s done: […]

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Gifts for Father’s Day

As the saying goes, “The best way to a Dad’s heart is through his stomach.” So, you’re all set when it comes to the great food you can find at Bristol Farms, which, mind you, we are featuring a sale on Cowboy Cut bone-in ribeye steaks in this Wednesday’s ad. Perfect for the dads who […]

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Summer Picnics from Bristol Farms Catering

With summer about to be in full swing, it’s the perfect time to plan an outdoor picnic! A picnic makes for a great romantic evening, group date, family outing, or a fun afternoon with friends. And there’s a bonus – whether you are having a picnic at the beach, a park, or your own backyard, […]

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