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:
1 Cara Cara Pink Navel
1.5 Pink Grapefruits
6 oz Tequila
Sparkling water (optional to cut juice)
Salt for rim (optional)
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
Whether you’re throwing a party or accepting an invitation, make your night as dazzling as Hollywood itself with our famous party platters, sweet treats and handpicked wines and beers. Come in and pick up everything you could need, we've got you covered.
Bristol Farms handmade guacamole in our deli
Bristol Farms corn chips
Bristol Farms mixed nuts
Fuchs Vidal Reserva Cava $13.99
Joseph Perrier Cuvee Royale $29.99
Heidsieck Monopole Brut $34.99
Taittinger La Francaise $39.99
Decorations and paper goods:
Paper plates, napkins, cups
Champagne tote bags
Candles and confetti
Ceramic party plates and cupcake stands
Stop by our Café for Fish n’ Chips Fridays! This meal includes white meat cod, Bristols own coleslaw, and french fries for $10.99, a battered fish sandwich for $8.99, and a kids meal for $6.99 each.
Available at Rolling Hills, South Pasadena, Newport Beach, La Jolla, and Palm Desert Read More
There is a lot to love about winter in California, but our very favorite thing is the abundance of fresh and delicious Winter Citrus: sweet Sumo mandarins, bright Persian limes and everything in between. Add these ripe citruses to your drinks, salads, and or enjoy on their own!
Navel oranges are the happy little “belly-button” oranges you’ll find in our produce section when the weather cools. Pretty much everyone agrees that navel oranges are the best and most beloved of all: they’re sweet, seedless and can be peeled and segmented easily by even the littlest hands.
In season: November through May
At peak: January through March
Produce Guru tip: Green-tinged oranges are ripe and still taste sweet (it’s just the chlorophyll helping protect the orange from sunburn!).
Though Valencias start coming into our store in February, they’re actually a summer orange, and as the “orange-juice orange,” they’re the most… Read More
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. We now sell Bristol Farms Organic Virgin Coconut Oil in a 16 oz or 32 oz jar.
Mix it with spoonful in coffee and mix together in a blender (better than stirring)
Coconut oil can withstand up to 450 degrees (100 degrees 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
Natural shoe shine
Clean makeup brushes
Make a hair and face mask
A natural shaving cream
.Stop bug bites… 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