September 10, 2019

Strawberry Pomegranate Sangria

Back in the days of the ancient Greeks and Romans, wine wasn’t nearly as delicious as it is today; as a result, it was usually mixed with water, juices, spices, and even fruits to make it drinkable. In 15th century Spain, red wine or “sangria” (which comes from the Spanish word for “blood”) mixed with spices, fruits, and water began to gain popularity – after a couple thousand years and a whole lot of partying, sangria has evolved into the boozy, fruity beverage we all love today! This version is still red, but not because of the wine! Pink wine gets dressed up like a red with pomegranate juice and loads of fresh citrus and berries for a sweet-tart beverage that can’t be beat.

  • Serves: 4-6 servings
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
September 10, 2019

Classic Sangria

Back in the days of the ancient Greeks and Romans, wine wasn’t nearly as delicious as it is today; as a result, it was usually mixed with water, juices, spices, and even fruits to make it drinkable. In 15th century Spain, red wine or “sangria” (which comes from the Spanish word for “blood”) mixed with spices, fruits, and water began to gain popularity – after a couple thousand years and a whole lot of partying, sangria has evolved into the boozy, fruity beverage we all love today! This fairly traditional version is heavy on the citrus along with apples, brandy, and cinnamon and makes a great party punch.

September 10, 2019

Wisconsin-Style Brandy Old Fashioned

The Brandy Old Fashioned is the unofficial state drink of Wisconsin, and with good reason – it’s delicious! We’ve gone with a sweet version of this classic, Midwestern cocktail, and while it may not technically be a true Old Fashioned, we say ignore the haters and get your brandy on.

September 10, 2019

Asian Pear & Apple Sangria with Ginger & Lemon

Back in the days of the ancient Greeks and Romans, wine wasn’t nearly as delicious as it is today; as a result, it was usually mixed with water, juices, spices, and even fruits to make it drinkable. In 15th century Spain, red wine or “sangria” (which comes from the Spanish word for “blood”) mixed with spices, fruits, and water began to gain popularity – after a couple thousand years and a whole lot of partying, sangria has evolved into the boozy, fruity beverage we all love today! Asian pears and apples come together in this nod to traditional sangria, albeit with a slightly modern twist. It’s perfect for fall, what with the spicy ginger and warm cinnamon flavors; serve it cold, or forego the ice and heat it up for a delicious mulled wine.

September 10, 2019

Tropical White Sangria

Back in the days of the ancient Greeks and Romans, wine wasn’t nearly as delicious as it is today; as a result, it was usually mixed with water, juices, spices, and even fruits to make it drinkable. In 15th century Spain, red wine or “sangria” (which comes from the Spanish word for “blood”) mixed with spices, fruits, and water began to gain popularity – after a couple thousand years and a whole lot of partying, sangria has evolved into the boozy, fruity beverage we all love today! Nowadays, you can combine almost any wine, booze, and fruit and call it sangria; this white wine version takes a dip down to the tropics with pineapple and passionfruit juice, as well as fresh mangos and oranges for the perfect end-of-summer cocktail.

September 3, 2019

Homemade Fig Bars

It’s late summer, which means we’re heading into prime fig season – to celebrate, we’ve got organic, California Black Mission Figs on sale for just $3.99 a pound all week! Fig bars are a great way to snack healthy, but these homemade fig bars take healthy snacking to the next level. Low in sugar and high in fiber and protein, you’ll have kids and grownups alike clamoring for more.

September 3, 2019

Stemple Creek Beef Bulgogi

This week, we’re celebrating the end of summer with 10% off our entire line of Stemple Creek Ranch local, organic, grass-fed beef! Thinly-sliced rib eye gets the ultimate Korean beauty treatment in a heavenly marinade of Asian pear, soy sauce, sesame, rice wine, and lots of fresh aromatics. Serve it on top of rice for an easy weeknight dinner, or use it as a base for stir fries, meal bowls, even soups!

September 3, 2019

Stemple Creek Steak Nachos

This week, we’re celebrating the end of summer with 10% off our entire line of Stemple Creek Ranch local, organic, grass-fed beef! Tender, flavorful flank steak is the star of these nachos; make a single serving to go with a beer and the game, or make a huge tray and feed a crowd, the choice is up to you!

September 3, 2019

Balsamic Glazed Gorgonzola Figs

It’s late summer, which means we’re heading into prime fig season – to celebrate, we’ve got organic, California Black Mission Figs on sale for just $3.99 a pound all week! Everyone knows that figs and blue cheese are a marriage made in heaven, but we’ve upped the ante with crispy prosciutto and a tangy Balsamic reduction. Great for a party or when you want a treat that’s simply decadent.

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