Want to win a grill, have the news broadcasted from you backyard and have a BBQ party? Macey’s is teaming up with KUTV for an amazing summer giveaway! Submit a photo of your backyard to be entered. Click here to enter!
The giveaway includes:
One catered BBQ Party for up to 25 people,
hosted in the backyard of Winner’s residence.
One Weber Spirit II E310 Black Grille with Cover
from Ace Hardware
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Supply of Utah
The contest will run from May 6th – July 15th and there will be 7 weekly winners.
Come support Armed Forces Day! Join us on May 18 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. for a free breakfast as we remember those who serve our country. Everyone is welcome! We will be serving delicious Lehi Roller Mills pancakes and Hormel ham. Breakfast is while supplies last.
For part of our Armed Forces Day celebration we will be having a giveaway valued at over $250! Visit here to learn more about it.
Make any purchase over $1 using your Rewards phone number between now and May 25 and you will automatically be entered to win! Exclusions apply.
Shopping in-season produce not only saves you money but also gives you the freshest options! It’s starting to get warmer outside and with the warmer weather comes all the Spring time produce. We compiled a list of some of March’s best produce along with some tips and recipes!
Artichokes are actually flowers that have not bloomed yet, and they are extremely healthy for you! But how does one tackle this vegetable? First, make sure you buy a good one. You want the leaves of the vegetable to be closed, and when squeezed, they should squeak- both of these indicate a fresh artichoke. Once you have your artichoke, start by cutting off the tops of the leaves, then slice off about an inch from the top. Thoroughly rinse the artichoke. You can steam, grill, stuff, bake, you name it – whatever you want, just make sure to add this tasty and fun vegetable into your life!
Asparagus get a lot of talk – some of it good and some of it bad. For those of us who love asparagus, we know that Spring time means fresh asparagus time! You want to choose firm, bright green stalks. There are different stalk thicknesses you need to choose from – thin/pencil size works best for sautéing and steaming, while the thicker stalks are easier to handle when grilling, roasting and baking. Asparagus can be added to almost anything! Click herefor some of our asparagus recipes! Sautéed, roasted, baked, steamed or left raw and added to a salad there are many ways to love asparagus.
Broccoli, the vegetable we all used to pretend were little trees when we were younger. Now we start to appreciate how good for our bodies broccoli is! Choose broccoli with bright green, tightly packed florets. In addition to eating raw alone or in salads, broccoli is also really yummy when cooked! Coat your broccoli with olive oil and your favorite seasonings, sprinkle with some lemon juice and Parmesan cheese and then bake.
Radishes are a very healthy root vegetable. When choosing your radishes from the store start with the leaves, you want them to look fresh and be bright green. You want the radish bulb to be hard and smooth. Before we talk about the bulb of the radish, let’s talk about the radish leaves. The greens are really tasty sautéed in olive oil with garlic and salt and pepper. They can also be added to soups or they can be eaten raw too! The radish bulb can also be eaten raw or cooked too! Butter and salt are a yummy way to enjoy raw radishes. Roasted radishes is also a great way to enjoy them – cut them in half, add onions, and other seasonings and cook until a fork goes in easily.
Mushrooms definitely have a place on many people’s favorite pizzas, they can also be used in many different ways. When picking mushrooms from the store you want large, firm mushrooms. Slice the mushrooms in half and sautée them with some olive oil, garlic and parsley! Make sure you don’t overcrowd the mushrooms, they should be in a single layer. Try this Butternut Noodles with Creamy Bacon Sauce recipe with mushrooms on top!
We are pretty sure February has some of the best fruits and vegetables in season! We have tips for picking out the best produce from the store and then some fun ways to use them.
Honeycrisp, Pink Lady, Gala, Fuji, Granny Smith, Golden Delicious…just to name a few, we love apples all kinds. When picking your apples from the store notice the fragrance, ready to eat apples often have a yummy aroma. Sliced apples and peanut butter are a perfect go to snack. If you want a fun apple flavored sauce, try this Slower Cooker Apple Butter.
Cauliflower has been getting a lot of attention lately because it it so easy to use as a substitute. Think cauliflower pizza crust, cauliflower tator (but not tator…) tots, cauliflower rice and so one. Cauliflower in a salad with some bacon, cheese and creamy dressing is a wonderful option. However you choose to use your cauliflower, you want to make sure you are buying the freshest option. Look for a cauliflower with even colored florets and bright, fresh looking leaves that feels heavy.
Everyone has their favorite between red and green grapes, but whether you’re red grape team or green grape team it is hard to turn down nice big, firm and plump grapes. When you are buying your grapes make sure the fruit have nice color (either yellow-green or mostly red). Sometimes you will notice a white, waxy coating on grapes; this is called bloom. Bloom is safe to eat, it forms to help grapes with moisture loss, however it is always a good idea to rinse any produce before eating. Grape salad is always a favorite – mix together some sour cream, cream cheese with some brown sugar and grapes and any other add ins.
While pears are loved for their amazing flavor and juicy texture, sometimes knowing how to choose them at the store can be a deterrent in buying them. When purchasing a pear to enjoy immediately you want to buy one that is a little soft near the stem. If you plan to wait a few days, buy a pear that is firm. You can speed up the ripening process of pears by placing them in a brown bag with an apple or banana, or you can simply wait a few days and let it ripe on the counter. While fresh pears are delicious on their own, you can substitute pears in an apple cobbler or add some to a butternut soup for a fun variation.
Tangerines are the perfect little package of goodness! You want to choose firm to semi-soft ones that are heavy and have a beautiful orange color. Store them in the fridge in order to keep them fresher for longer. A warm tangerine cake with a yummy glaze will become a family favorite. Tangerines are also fun to add to a chicken stir fry to give it a fresh, citrus flavor.
You are shrimply going to love this dish! The classic comfort food with a fun shrimp twist. This meal is quick and easy to make and will definitely become a favorite!
1 pound large shrimp – deveined, peeled and tails removed
1 tablespoon olive oil
16 oz noodles – we recommend linguine or fettuccine
1/2 cup butter
2 cups (1 pint) heavy whipping cream
4 oz cream cheese
1/2 teaspoon garlic
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Cook shrimp in olive oil over medium high heat until cooked and opaque, about 3 minutes. Once the shrimp are cooked, remove and set aside.
Bring water to boil in a large pot and add noodles. Cook until al dente, slightly firm.
In a medium pot over medium heat mix together butter, heavy whipping cream and cream cheese. Optional – add 1/2 cup cooked spinach to sauce. Once melted add minced garlic, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Whisk until sauce is smooth. Add the Parmesan and continue to simmer it slightly thickens.
More cheese please! We have the perfect queso dip for you! It’s easy to make and can be used in so many ways! We love to dip chips, soft pretzels and bread in our queso. It also tastes great served with tacos or grilled chicken.
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup whole milk
1 cup diced tomatoes
1 cup fire roasted whole green chilies, chopped
3 cups grated cheddar cheese
3 cups Monterey Jack cheese
1 15 oz can of refried beans (optional)
In a cast iron skillet heat the butter on medium heat until melted. Add flour and whisk together.
Add milk and whisk together for about 3-4 minutes. Add tomatoes, chiles, both cheeses and refried beans, if using, until combined.
Meal prep can be extremely rewarding. We have a yummy and healthy recipe for you to make ahead and have ready for a satisfying lunch or dinner.
Ingredients (For single serving, adjust measurements for multiple meal prepped meals)
1/4 pound small shrimp
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 garlic, minced
1 package zoodles
If shrimp are not deveined, devein, peel and remove tail before cooking.
To devein shrimp make a light slit down the back of the shrimp, in the middle Remove and discard black vain.
In a large pan on medium heat add butter and garlic. Stir while cooking for about 6 minutes or until butter is lightly browned. Add shrimp and cover in sauce. Stir shrimp to prevent burning. Once the shrimp turn a pink color and are slightly opaque turn down heat and add zoodles. Toss together until zoodles are warm.
Remove from heat and place in single serving container.
To reheat add a splash of water and microwave for about a minute and a half and then stir and continue microwaving, checking every 30 seconds, until shrimp and zoodles are warm.
Eating healthy always tastes right but is especially refreshing right after the Holiday season. We compiled a list of our favorite January produce with some classic uses and some new fun twists!
Butternut squash should be one solid beige color, with no patches. As with most produce, you want to choose a butternut squash that is heavy for its size. To pick a squash with a lot of meat, look for one that has a large neck. Also, to avoid a lot of seeds choose one with a smaller bulb. Butternut squash soup is a classic for a reason, the vegetables with the chicken broth keep it a favorite. Chop up your squash and toss it with olive oil, garlic and salt and pepper and roast it until tender and you have a yummy roasted butternut squash. It also makes a yummy layer to roasted butternut squash lasagna.
Red cabbage is the classic ingredient in coleslaw, but we have a few other ideas of how you can eat it too. Braised red cabbage makes a yummy side dish. Shredded red cabbage and carrots with a vinaigrette make a visually stunning and simple salad. Try adding red cabbage to your sandwich for a fun twist and some crunch.
Grapefruit is such a yummy winter citrus we want to incorporate it any way we can into our meals! Grapefruit in the morning is good, grapefruit yogurt cake in the morning is great! Add grapefruit slices to a salad with some baked chicken for a fresh lunch. Grapefruit can be added to smoothies or you can use it to make homemade sparkling water.
Parsnips are a carrot shaped vegetable, that shine in the winter! When picking them from the store you want to choose one that is very white and not very large, this means the taste will be sweeter. You also want to make sure that your parsnip is extremely firm and not showing any signs of shriveling. Parsnips are yummy mashed or roasted.
Sweet potato casserole with lots of marshmallows is a classic dish, but there are also many other ways to enjoy them. Spice up your sweet potatoes by tossing them with chili powder, paprika, onion powder and roasting them in the oven until crispy. Or try adding them to a banana smoothie. For a quick dish, cook them in the microwave for about five minutes and top with butter, chicken and cheese or any combination you want, for a quick meal.
Potatoes are a favorite not only in the meme world, but also in the cooking world. For fluffy and flavorful mashed potatoes use Yukon gold or Russet potatoes. Russets are also good for baked potatoes and homemade French fries as well! Have leftover mashed potatoes? Add an egg and flour and make some potato pancakes! Red potatoes hold their shape which make them a perfect option for stews and potato salads.