Lin’s big case lot sale is almost here. It is time to go through your pantry and food storage and stock up on the things you need. Case lot sale makes it easy to build your food storage and pantry by offering bulk items at low prices, and even if you don’t need a whole case of an item you can still get our case lot items at incredibly low prices.
Buying during case lot can give you immediate peace of mind about being prepared for an emergency and at low prices you can get what you need without feeling guilty. Case lot starts March 6 so get ready to get case lot crazy!
We are excited to announce Lin’s To Go guests can now redeem their Lin’s Plus Rewards while shopping online!
If your Lin’s Plus card has already been added to your online Rosie account then there is no need to make adjustment. You’ll be able to use your wallet credits on your next order.
If your Lin’s Plus account is not set up with your Lin’s To Go account, click here for instructions.
How to Redeem:
- Your wallet credits can be redeemed during the third step of checkout.
- Rosie will present you with your wallet credit balance and you can choose whether you would like to apply your entire balance, or wait to redeem the credits at another time.
- To add your wallet credit balance, click the green ‘Add’ button.
Keep in mind…Wallet credits will be applied only to grocery items in your order. Credits will not be applied to taxes, convenience fees, bottle deposits, SNAP products or alcohol.
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.
Our remodels are complete and we’re ready to celebrate the expanded and improved Lin’s Cedar City. Join us February 13 at 10 a.m. for a ribbon cutting ceremony, complete with treats from Lin’s scratch bakery. The store has undergone a variety of changes over the last few months to bring you an improved shopping experience including:
• An expanded produce department with more than 400 new items including more local and organic products
• Lin’s signature butcher block offers organic, grass-fed and “free-from” meat and poultry
• Lin’s scratch bakery with artisan breads, hand-decorated cakes and Lin’s signature doughnuts
• An expanded dairy selection including more natural and organic products and cage-free eggs
• An extensive selection of bulk foods where shoppers can get the pinch or pound they need
• Multiple craft and draft beers
• Easy-access banking through an in-store America First Credit Union.
• An in-store Starbucks—COMING SOON
“We are pleased to introduce the new Cedar City Lin’s and all its new features and offerings,” said Store Director Rich Jensen. “I’m excited for everyone to see the store and enjoy the incredible Lin’s shopping experience we have worked so hard to create.”
We want to share the Lin’s love while you shop during our grand opening week. Stop by anytime February 13-19 and look for our hearts in the aisles while you shop. If you find one, pick it up and take it to the Customer Service Booth to claim a special treat. We can’t wait to see you there!
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!
Spring means new beginnings. After a long winter our kitchens are in need of a taste lift. We’re here to rejuvenate a forever classic dessert; cheesecake. Creamy, soft and delicious, cheesecake is the perfect choice for almost any occasion, and spring and summer are the perfect time to brighten up your cheesecake repertoire with the ultimate topping guide.
Salted Caramel: Caramel sauce, cashews and a sprinkle of sea salt. Need we say more?
Berry Fulfilling: Blackberries, Raspberries, strawberries, any berries will do. Leave them whole and drizzle with honey or make a simple fruit sauce.
Lemon Love: Lemon curd, lemon zest and fresh fruit of your choice combine to make a beautiful and refreshing treat.
Banana Split: Hot fudge sauce, banana, nuts and a dollop of whip cream gives you the best of both worlds.
Tropical dream: Macadamia nuts, toasted coconut and fresh mango or mango sauce. Can you say summer!
Peppermint Twist: White chocolate sauce, peppermint candies and fresh mint. Calling all mint lovers.
Apple Crumble: Fresh apple slices, candied pecans and caramel sauce.
Cheesecake is the perfect canvas for creativity. The possibilities are endless and the taste can be unforgettable when you master the art of cheesecake. Use our suggestions to get you started, but don’t be afraid to try your own creation.
When many of us hear the words “high in fat” we automatically tell ourselves to steer clear. Especially when the high in fat item is a green fruit. Why would we waste fat and calories on something green when we could save it for brownies? Avocados are a different story.
Although 77 percent of calories in an avocado come from fat, making it one of the fattiest plant foods, avocados are considered a superfood and extremely healthy. The fat in avocados comes from monounsaturated fat which is good fat that is naturally sodium and cholesterol free. This fat is very similar to the fat in olive oil. The fat in avocados is heart healthy fat and a very important component to our diet. A serving of avocado contains 7 grams of fiber and more potassium than a banana. Avocados also contain nutrients such as oleic acid, lutein, folate, vitamin E and glutathione.
STOP fearing the fat and embrace avocado as a staple in your diet. Avocados are a great substation to fat laden dips, spreads, and recipes that are loaded with saturated fat. Try skipping the mayo on your sandwich and spread a layer of avocado instead. It will give it a flavor boost that your kids will love! Next game day, switch out your go to dip, packed with sodium and saturated fat, for a creamy and delicious bowl of guacamole.
When choosing an avocado you must know when you intend to eat it. Ripe avocados that yield to gentle pressure should be eaten within a day or two. Unripe, firm or green fruit can take four to five days to ripen at room temperature.
Kid friendly tip: Avocados soft texture makes them great for babies and kids. Try spreading avocado on toast or on top of eggs for a fun twist kids will love.
For a long time, Easter baskets have played an important role in the celebration of Easter. Spring has always been a time for rebirth and renewal and Easter baskets have become a way to celebrate that. Legend says the fertility goddess Eostre carried a basket of eggs. Thus, Easter baskets signify new life, rebirth and renewal. No matter its origins, Easter baskets have come to mean excitement and happiness on Easter morning. Building an Easter basket your child is sure to love shouldn’t be a daunting task. Here’s five things that will make a perfect Easter basket.
Something Sweet: Every Easter basket needs treats. Marshmallow chicks, chocolate eggs, and bunny shaped candies help us celebrate Easter. Chocolate, caramel, peanut butter, sweet, or tart. Whatever treat you and your family love, we’ve got it.
Something Soft: Think cuddly stuffed animal or soft and warm blanket.
Something Fun: Try a board game, coloring books, sports equipment or sand pails. Your kid will love something that lasts long after Easter is over.
Something Useful: Treats and toys are fun, but try adding something your children actually need. Throw in a toothbrush, socks, school supplies, or something else your kid needs.
Something Healthy: Treats are fun, but odds are they are going to get plenty of sweets on Easter, try to balance out the sweets with something healthy. Throw in some apples, oranges or healthy granola bars. Your child will thank you when they don’t have a stomach ache.
Any one of these three glorious ham glazes will leave your guests’ mouths watering and ensure they come back next year (unless you’d prefer someone else do the cooking next time). Also, make sure to check out our ham prep tips at the end.
1 (15.25 oz.) can sliced pineapple, drained with juice reserved
1 (4 oz.) jar maraschino cherries, drained
1 cup brown sugar
- Before baking ham, place pineapple slices on ham with toothpicks and place cherries in center of pineapple.
- In a medium microwave-safe bowl, combine brown sugar and reserved pineapple juice. Mix together and microwave for about five minutes, until mixture is thick.
- Pour some of this glaze over the ham about every 15 minutes in the last hour of baking, until all is used.
10 to 12 lb. fully cooked bone-in ham
½ cup honey
½ cup brown sugar
1 tsp. dry mustard
1 Tbsp. orange juice
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Place ham, fat side up, on rack in roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer in thickest part. Bake, uncovered, for two hours.
- With sharp knife, remove skin, if any, then score fat into a one-inch pattern; stud each with a clove.
- Combine honey, sugar, mustard and orange juice in 1-quart saucepan. Over medium heat, bring to boil while stirring.
- Brush half of honey glaze over ham; bake for 30 minutes.
- Brush with rest of glaze and bake for 30 minutes until golden and thermometer reads 130 degrees F.
- Let stand 15 to 20 minutes before carving.
Orange Marmalade Glaze
1 Tbsp. prepared mustard
¼ tsp. ground ginger
1 (10 oz.) jar orange marmalade
¼ cup orange juice
- Mix marmalade, mustard, and ginger together. About 30 minutes before ham is done, spoon half of it over the ham.
- Add orange juice to the remaining sauce and simmer for about five minutes.
- Serve with ham as a sauce.
When choosing a Ham consider which type will be best for your cooking style. Bone-in hams are traditionally seen as more elegant, and boneless hams are considered easier to serve, both have the same great taste.
Here are some important tips to help you select, prepare, and serve your ham this Easter:
- Plan on two to three servings per pound when serving bone-in ham. A boneless ham will yield four to five servings per pound.
- Bone-in hams are available whole, or as a shank or butt half. Bone-in hams are trickier to carve than boneless hams. For those who like to keep it simpler, another option is to buy a ham that is pre-sliced or spiral sliced.
- Unwrapped hams, in their original packaging, will stay fresh in the refrigerator for several weeks.
- Virtually all hams come fully cooked (just check the label). Preparation is easy – unwrap, heat to an internal temperature of 140 degrees F, and serve. (Check out our post on meat thermometers for more information.) Follow the directions on the label and heat in a moderate (325-350 degrees F) oven. Or, if you prefer, you can serve the ham cold.
Most of us want to eat healthy lunches and, for those of us who have kids, that they are eating wholesome lunches as well.. The challenge is lunch is most often eaten at school or work leaving us with the option of packing a lunch or eating out. When packing a lunch for yourself, or your child, it can be hard to include healthy options that aren’t going to end up smashed in a backpack by lunchtime or falling apart in your work bag. We’re here to help with eight ideas for snacks with produce that are packable and will still be looking and tasting fresh by lunchtime with no refrigeration.
Your kids are free to sit on their carrots; and they will still taste great! Pair with hummus for a protein packed snack.
Skip the banana that may be brown by lunch and opt for an apple. Slices won’t last as long as whole apples, but if you squeeze a little lemon juice on them when you slice it, it will keep them from going brown. Pair with peanut butter for a kid-friendly favorite.
Grapes are much more durable than berries and are great served at room temp. Try pairing them with cheese for a delicious snack.
The perfect solution to soggy and smashed sandwiches? Lettuce wraps!
- Asian Pear
Many pears will end up bruised and battered in a pre-packed lunch, but Asian pairs have a texture more similar to apples and a tough skin making them ideal for packing.
Oranges are one of the most packable produce items because of their tough peel!
- Snap Peas
Perfect for dipping or snacking, snap peas can withstand even the roughest of backpacks.
Not only do they have a rough skin like oranges, they are the perfect packing size and are a great source of Vitamin C.