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arugula salad with peaches blackberries and feta crumbles on a white plate

Peach & Blackberry Summer Salad

arugula salad with peaches blackberries and feta crumbles on a white plate

This peach and blackberry summer salad will quickly become one of your go-to recipes. With just a few ingredients and a whole lot of flavor it’s the perfect recipe for those warm summer days.

Ingredients:

Arugula

Peaches

Blackberries

Feta

Poppy-seed Dressing

Instructions:

Toss arugula with poppy-seed dressing, peaches, and blackberries. Add feta crumbles as finishing piece.

Enjoy!

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Candy Carnival

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Candy Carnival

Come one, come all to our Candy Carnival! Enter the fun-house of flavor as we drops prices on many of our classic confections. This week, M&M or Mars candy bars are 2 for 88¢. Swedish fish and sour patch kids are only $2.99 and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are just 3 for $1. That’s a spectacle of sweetness you simply can’t skip. So bring your family, tell your friends and join us at Candy Carnival! Visit our Weekly Ad to see all the deliciously sweet deals.

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Candy Carnival

Come one, come all to our Candy Carnival! Enter the fun-house of flavor as we drops prices on many of our classic confections. This week, M&M or Mars candy bars are 2 for 88¢. Swedish fish and sour patch kids are only $2.99 and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are just 3 for $1. That’s a spectacle of sweetness you simply can’t skip. So bring your family, tell your friends and join us at Candy Carnival! Visit our Weekly Ad to see all the deliciously sweet deals.

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Eat More Color

Fresh fruit and vegetables are key to a healthy diet. Regularly consuming fresh fruits and vegetables has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and kidney stones. Aside from the great health benefits, they taste absolutely fantastic. Learn more about what is fresh and when it’s in season below.

Sliced tomato

Tomato

The best tomatoes can be found during the months of May and October and is one of the most diverse fruits. They can be eaten whole, sliced, diced, purreed and more! Tomatoes are rich in vitamin C, K and potassium, so get ready to enjoy all of health benefits that come from this acidic and versatile fruit.

Strawberries

Strawberry

Strawberries are a sweet fruit that grow back every single year- as they are perennial plants. They contain tons of vitamin C and antioxidants to help boost your immune system and keep you looking fresh. Enjoy these in a jam, pie or with sugar and cream.

sliced orange

Orange

Enjoy the ripest oranges when most fruits are off season (December through March) fresh, in a marmalade or dried simply for the scent. To boost your immune system during cold and flu season, be sure to eat a lot of oranges. They are full of vitamin C and other great nutrients.

cut cantaloupe

Cantaloupe

The best and sweetest cantaloupes can be found June through August. These have an incredibly long growing time, about 90 days, so it’s key to get these while they are perfectly in season. Cantaloupes are full of vitamin C, A and loaded with potassium.

sliced banana

Banana

As you may or may not know, humans share about 50% of DNA with bananas. Though bananas are not intelligent beings, they are full of fiber, so they will keep you full for a longer time. Bananas are unique in that they can be used as a substitute for eggs in baking.

yellow bell pepper

Bell Pepper

Bell peppers come in a variety of colors and have delightfully specific flavors for each color. Bell peppers are commonly found in fajitas, stuffed or in a variety of casseroles.

lime

Lime

A single lime has the power to change the flavor of any dish drastically. It is often used in fresh guacamole, but you can add it to nearly any dish. Though limes are 88% water, they contain a significant amount of vitamin C to help you boost your immune system.

spinach

Spinach

Did you know spinach has a season? Find the best and freshest spinach from March to June. Spinach is rich in protein, calcium, iron and more! This super food is great for adding to any dish or consuming raw.

cabbage

Cabbage

Cabbage, specifically purple cabbage, contains more vitamin C than any other color of cabbage. It is also fat free and cholesterol free. Enjoy cabbage in egg rolls, in a slaw or a stir-fry.

blueberries

Blueberry

Blueberries can be found all year long and are a great addition to any dish needing a burst of sweetness. Blueberries are likely the most well known superfood, are low in calorie, and contain a ton of fiber.

Sliced tomato

Eat More Color!

Fresh fruit and vegetables are key to a healthy diet. Regularly consuming fresh fruits and vegetables has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and kidney stones. Aside from the great health benefits, they taste absolutely fantastic. Learn more about what is fresh and when it’s in season below.

Sliced tomato

Tomato

The best tomatoes can be found during the months of May and October and is one of the most diverse fruits. They can be eaten whole, sliced, diced, purreed and more! Tomatoes are rich in vitamin C, K and potassium, so get ready to enjoy all of health benefits that come from this acidic and versatile fruit.

Strawberries

Strawberry

Strawberries are a sweet fruit that grow back every single year- as they are perennial plants. They contain tons of vitamin C and antioxidants to help boost your immune system and keep you looking fresh. Enjoy these in a jam, pie or with sugar and cream.

sliced orange

Orange

Enjoy the ripest oranges when most fruits are off season (December through March) fresh, in a marmalade or dried simply for the scent. To boost your immune system during cold and flu season, be sure to eat a lot of oranges. They are full of vitamin C and other great nutrients.

cut cantaloupe

Cantaloupe

The best and sweetest cantaloupes can be found June through August. These have an incredibly long growing time, about 90 days, so it’s key to get these while they are perfectly in season. Cantaloupes are full of vitamin C, A and loaded with potassium.

sliced banana

Banana

As you may or may not know, humans share about 50% of DNA with bananas. Though bananas are not intelligent beings, they are full of fiber, so they will keep you full for a longer time. Bananas are unique in that they can be used as a substitute for eggs in baking.

yellow bell pepper

Bell Pepper

Bell peppers come in a variety of colors and have delightfully specific flavors for each color. Bell peppers are commonly found in fajitas, stuffed or in a variety of casseroles.

lime

Lime

A single lime has the power to change the flavor of any dish drastically. It is often used in fresh guacamole, but you can add it to nearly any dish. Though limes are 88% water, they contain a significant amount of vitamin C to help you boost your immune system.

spinach

Spinach

Did you know spinach has a season? Find the best and freshest spinach from March to June. Spinach is rich in protein, calcium, iron and more! This super food is great for adding to any dish or consuming raw.

cabbage

Cabbage

Cabbage, specifically purple cabbage, contains more vitamin C than any other color of cabbage. It is also fat free and cholesterol free. Enjoy cabbage in egg rolls, in a slaw or a stir-fry.

blueberries

Blueberry

Blueberries can be found all year long and are a great addition to any dish needing a burst of sweetness. Blueberries are likely the most well known superfood, are low in calorie, and contain a ton of fiber.

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cajun fried corn on the cob

Cajun Fried Corn on the Cob

two pieces of cajun fried corn on the cob

Make this recipe with cornfidence! Spice up your corn on the cob with some Cajun flavor. Visit our Saturday tent sales from 9am-2pm to get local corn at 12 for just $5.00! Learn more by visiting our Weekly Ad.

Watch the full recipe video here!

Ingredients:

6 cups vegetable oil

12 (6-inch) wooden skewers

6 medium ears fresh white corn, silks and husks removed, cut crosswise in half

1 large egg

½ cup whole milk

1 teaspoon salt

¼ teaspoon ground black pepper

2/3 cup all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon Cajun seasoning

1/3 cup buttermilk ranch dressing

2 green onions, thinly sliced

Instructions:

Attach deep fryer thermometer to side of large saucepan; add oil and heat over medium heat 10 minutes or until oil temperature reaches 325°. Insert skewers halfway into 1 end of each piece of corn.

In wide, shallow dish, whisk egg, milk, salt and pepper. In separate wide, shallow dish, whisk flour and Cajun seasoning.

In 4 batches, roll corn in egg mixture, then in flour mixture to coat, shaking off excess; carefully add to hot oil and cook 5 minutes or until golden brown, turning once. Transfer corn to paper towel-lined rimmed baking pan; cool 5 minutes.

Drizzle corn with dressing; sprinkle with onions.

Chef Tip

Use caution when frying corn, some kernels may pop while in hot oil.

Approximate nutritional values per serving (1 corn skewer): 167 Calories, 13g Fat (2g Saturated), 11mg Cholesterol, 194mg Sodium, 11g Carbohydrates, 1g Fiber, 2g Sugars, 2g Protein

cajun fried corn on the cob

Cajun Fried Corn on the Cob

two pieces of cajun fried corn on the cob

Make this recipe with cornfidence! Spice up your corn on the cob with some Cajun flavor. Visit our Saturday tent sales from 9am-2pm to get local corn at 12 for just $5.00! Learn more by visiting our Weekly Ad.

Watch the full recipe video here!

Ingredients:

6 cups vegetable oil

12 (6-inch) wooden skewers

6 medium ears fresh white corn, silks and husks removed, cut crosswise in half

1 large egg

½ cup whole milk

1 teaspoon salt

¼ teaspoon ground black pepper

2/3 cup all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon Cajun seasoning

1/3 cup buttermilk ranch dressing

2 green onions, thinly sliced

Instructions:

Attach deep fryer thermometer to side of large saucepan; add oil and heat over medium heat 10 minutes or until oil temperature reaches 325°. Insert skewers halfway into 1 end of each piece of corn.

In wide, shallow dish, whisk egg, milk, salt and pepper. In separate wide, shallow dish, whisk flour and Cajun seasoning.

In 4 batches, roll corn in egg mixture, then in flour mixture to coat, shaking off excess; carefully add to hot oil and cook 5 minutes or until golden brown, turning once. Transfer corn to paper towel-lined rimmed baking pan; cool 5 minutes.

Drizzle corn with dressing; sprinkle with onions.

Chef Tip

Use caution when frying corn, some kernels may pop while in hot oil.

Approximate nutritional values per serving (1 corn skewer): 167 Calories, 13g Fat (2g Saturated), 11mg Cholesterol, 194mg Sodium, 11g Carbohydrates, 1g Fiber, 2g Sugars, 2g Protein