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Dick’s Market Joins the No Hunger Zone

Dick’s Market in Bountiful is working to ensure children in South Davis County don’t go hungry on the weekends. The locally-owned grocery store partnered with Bountiful Food Pantry to collect supplies and assemble more than 2,000 Pantry Packs for the food pantry’s school program. The store will host an assembly part on Saturday September 22 from 1-4 p.m. in the parking lot. Guests are invited to participate by signing up for a volunteer time slot at the service desk.

“We are grateful to our generous guests who have made this project possible. They have donated a variety of kid friendly foods for the packs including fruit snacks, crackers, oatmeal, and macaroni and cheese cups,” said Blaine Butterworth, store director at Dick’s Market in Bountiful. “We’re looking forward to a great event on Saturday and would love to see our guests there.”

The assembled packs and any additional donated product will be delivered to Bountiful Food Pantry early next week.

Who: Dick’s Market in Bountiful

What: Pantry Pack Assembly Event to benefit children in Davis County facing food insecurity

Dick’s Market
2280 Orchard Drive
Bountiful, UT

When: September 22, 2018 1-4 p.m.

Win a washer and dryer

Everyone has laundry and many dread the wash days that seem to be increasingly frequent. We get it! It is endless and the folding can be downright torture. Those mounds of clean clothes seem to get joy out of the hours of folding agony they bring.

Unfortunately, we don’t sell magic folding machines or offer maids for hire, but we do have a few deals and freebies to make your wash day bearable.

This week, get a FREE laundry basket when you purchase six participating Arm & Hammer or Oxi Clean products. We know you need another laundry basket to keep those mounds of clothes off the floor. To see the great deals we have on Arm & Hammer and Oxi products visit our weekly ad.

Join us on Facebook for two Ultimate Wash Day giveaways: 1. Comment to win a $50 gift card. This is the perfect chance to stock up on laundry supplies without costing you a dime. Click to add your comment here. 2. You can also enter to win a… drum roll please… a brand-new top-loading washer and dryer. Let the bearable wash day begin! Click here to see our post and enter to win.

Happy winning!

Neighbor Gifts for the Holidays

Are you wanting to give your neighbors gifts but just aren’t quite sure what to get them? We have some ideas for you! You can pick these up at any of our stores!


Hot Cocoa or Cider

Your neighbors will appreciate the kinda gesture during these cold months and it is sure to be something they will use right up. Even add a stick of cinnamon or some marshmallows on the side to spice it up!

Click here to see our delicious flavors.


Western Nut Company Nuts

Nuts are a great snack the whole family can share. Your neighbors will be singing your praises when they receive these from you. Grab an assortment of nuts  to really get them excited!


Oranges and Citrus Wreaths

Grab a pack of oranges or clementines today to give to your neighbors. They will love the healthy option among the rest of the treats. Try wrapping the oranges in plastic wrap and tie ribbons between each orange to make a fun, festive holiday wreath!

Save on oranges this week! Click here for details.

Click here to find a location near you to start purchasing these delicious holiday neighbor gifts!

March 8, International Women’s Day


AFS Women's Day

Tuesday, March 8th is International Women’s Day. Celebrate the women in your life with this beautiful bouquet (pictured above) offered in our floral departments for $13.99.

International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th, every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love for women to a celebration for women’s economic, political, and social achievements. No matter what your reason is, we’re here to help  you celebrate with beautiful blooms.

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Wasabi Salmon with Bok Choy, Green Cabbage, and Shiitakes

Makes 4 Servings

1/4 cup mayonnaise

1 teaspoon wasabi paste (Japanese horseradish paste)

1 tablespoon fresh ginger, peeled and finely minced

3 large garlic cloves, finely minced

4 6-ounce skinless salmon fillets

Sea salt and freshly ground pepper

1 pound baby bok choy, halved

2 cups (packed) green cabbage, finely shredded (about 5 ounces)

4 ounces shiitake mushrooms, stemmed, and sliced – if large

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

2 tablespoons soy sauce

Preheat oven to 450°F. Heat a large rimmed baking sheet for 15 minutes

Meanwhile, mix mayonnaise and wasabi in a small bowl.  Stir in half of the ginger and half of garlic; set aside. Season fish all over with salt and pepper. Place bok chop, cabbage, and mushrooms in a large bowl. Drizzle with oil and soy sauce and add remaining ginger and garlic. Toss to coat; season with salt and pepper.

Scatter vegetables across one side of baking sheet. Arrange salmon on the other side. Roast, stirring vegetables occasionally, until salmon is cooked through, 12-15 minutes. Divide vegetables among plates; top with salmon. Serve wasabi mayonnaise alongside.

Five Tips to Help Make Dinner Quick and Healthy


Fantastic Dinner Tips


Do you wish you had more time to make healthy, delicious meals for the whole family? Well, with a little planning, you can! These five tips are easy to execute and will save you an enormous amount of time when it comes to preparing dinner.


1. Create a meal plan – This sounds simple right? You would be amazed at how taking the time to plan your weekly meals will save you from trying to come up with ideas on the fly. Trying to shop the grocery aisles searching for meal solutions while the kids are fussy is no easy task. If you dedicate some time to plan ahead, you can get your shopping done faster because you already know what you need. The meal plan can be as simple as writing it on a piece of paper or creating a running calendar that contains meals that you rotate through. Another great use for a meal plan is the ability to keep things fresh. If you take 30 minutes to plan out your meals, you can find new recipes to try that include ingredients you might not typically use.


2. Prep on the weekend – Picture this, you get home from your busy day, put dinner in the oven and go enjoy some time the kids while it cooks. This is possible! All you need to do is spend a few hours on the weekend prepping your weekly meals to save a lot of time during the week. Put together two or three meals ahead of time so all you have to do is heat them up. The workload up front might seem intimidating but the time saved for you to enjoy more fun things is definitely worth it. If you don’t want to make all of the meals in one day, prepping the night before is a real time-saver too. Cut up your veggies, make your sauce and assemble what you can to make it easier for you when you get home. It’s all about saving time!


3. Leftovers are your friend – Where is the rule that says you need to have a different meal every night? Leftovers are an easy way to knock out two meals in the same week. Sometimes, leftover meals are even better the next day! If the meal is good, why wouldn’t you want to eat it again? The only thing to take into account if you are planning leftovers is to make enough to have another meal. This works well with lasagna, casseroles and meatloaf, for example. If you don’t want the same meal on back-to-back days, save it for a few days later. Another great use for leftovers is making them a whole new meal. Say you made tacos on Monday, use the taco meat on Wednesday and throw it in some pasta. It’s a whole new meal without starting from scratch.


4. Cook all of your meat at once – Instead of browning one pound of hamburger for your meal, brown a few pounds and save it for other meals that week or freeze it. The same concept goes for chicken, bake a few pounds at a time and use it for salads, casseroles or soups. Another bonus of buying meat in bulk is it saves you money.


5. Clean as you go – An easy tip for streamlining the cooking process is cleaning as you go. Don’t wait to do the sink full of dishes at the end, wash them while your meal is browning or baking. This sounds simple but you would be surprised at how often it is overlooked. Any downtime between cooking stages can easily be used to get ahead. If you do this, by the time the meal comes out of the oven, the kitchen is already cleaned. You’ll feel a small victory just by taking this easy approach to cleaning.


Planning ahead is the key to making life simple during the week. These five tips will help you stay ahead of dinner so you can enjoy the meal with your family. Your family will appreciate it too because they will have new meals to try and more time to spend with you.