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Pumpkin French Toast

Can you feel it? There’s a crispness in the air that is long overdue. Now that Fall is finally here it’s time for some cozy weekends of warm breakfasts with seasonal flavors.  We suggest you pop into Bristol Farms this week and pick up a loaf of French Brioche. This Saturday or Sunday you can […]

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Just One More Family Meal Shared

With an aim to inspire families to eat at home together more often, we are proud to support in the celebration of National Family Meals Month™ for the month of September. Through the program, we encourage families to slow down, join together, and share just one more delicious meal per week. We know how busy […]

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Great Grapes! A Sweet Recipe for Labor Day

It’s always a great time to gather family and friends together, and for your Labor Day celebrations consider a new dish with a secret ingredient:  grapes from California.  Fresh grapes are refreshing on their own, of course – pretty much anytime, anywhere.  But they are a versatile ingredient too.  Here’s one of our favorite recipes […]

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Life of a Hatch Chile – Stages & Uses

It all starts in the rich soil of the valley of Hatch, New Mexico, where the life of a Hatch Chile is born. After harvest in late July and August each year, the Hatch chile takes on a new life cycle, transitioning through stages in which spicy food enthusiasts can incorporate this wondrous pepper into […]

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Summer Grilled Veal Chops with Lemon Herb Butter

Veal chops are an incredibly tender cut of meat ideal for any cooking method, such as sauteeing, roasting, or grilling. Enhance the flavor while bringing out the virtues of veal chops with a bright marinade and a fresh herb butter. Since it’s summer, we are enjoying our veal chops grilled to perfection and served alongside […]

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Cool Down with Summer Peach Recipes

Let’s face it, the warmest days of summer are here and we can all use some fresh ideas for keeping cool, especially when it comes to our favorite summer eats and drinks. While eating our favorite summer fruits straight from the hand is an easy no-heat snack, there are many other ways to enjoy your […]

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Your Summer Secret Weapon: Peaches on the Grill

It’s not really summer if you’re not firing up the grill, and lucky for you there’s some seriously great meat on special to officially kick off summertime parties. And to finish things off sweetly, we have a secret tip for something special: grilled peaches. When you grill peaches (or other stone fruits), you perform a […]

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3 Ways to Grill Corn

Sweet corn is very forgiving and takes little effort to make a big impact on the 4th of July. There are many methods to prepare corn, but nothing beats freshly grilled corn with a light char and nutty flavor. Here are our favorite methods for grilling corn: Grill Naked The simplest of methods is going […]

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Baby Back Ribs for the 4th of July

Independence Day is quickly approaching and although we are still adjusting from the “jailbreak” that occurred when our kids got out of school, one question still comes to mind. When will the kids be out of the house? Actually, I am kidding. If it wasn’t for family, then special holidays, like the 4th of July, […]

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It’s Cherry Pickin’ Time

When it comes to fruit here in California, it’s easy to say we are spoiled. You can enjoy most of your favorite fruits pretty much any time of the year as you please. Cherries, however, are only here for a limited time: in the late spring and summer months. Whenever we get our first cherry […]

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