It became obvious to me this morning that I’ve gone wrong somewhere in the process of parenting punks. Ten minutes ago this happened at our house: a not-so-small-child came to me and asked if I had seen his/her blue t-shirt recently. Yes, I said – the shirt is clean, it’s in the dryer. This child shuffled to the laundry room, paused for a moment and shouted back “but mommy, which one is thaaaaaaaat?” Okay … what sort of mother neglects to instill practical laundry skills in her children by oh, let’s just call it the late teen years?? Plainly, I’ve got some work to do before I send these people off into the world.
At least I’ve taught them to appreciate high quality fresh produce — and as always, there’s lots of it available at Sendik’s, and at great prices too. Here are three delicious dishes I aim to make this week. Right after I educate my offspring on the finer points of operating a front load Maytag washing machine.
First of all, I haven’t made this Oven Dried Tomato Tart with Goat Cheese and Olives in ages. What an excellent little tart to make when the tomatoes are at their peak. This makes a nice starter with some baby greens, but I also like it as a side dish to simple grilled fish or shrimp. Look for sale fresh beefsteak tomatoes, Montchevre Mini Goat Cheese Logs, and Belgioioso Parmesan Wedges.
In case you haven’t tried it yet, Sendik’s August Cheese of the month is the Hatch Pepper Heritage Cheddar. To me, it tastes like a pepper jack without the heat, and a great use for it is in these Roasted Vegetable Quesadillas. These are a nice starter if you’re entertaining with a Mexican theme; they also make a great light lunch, side dish, or meatless main course. In addition to the sale Hatch Pepper Cheese, look for fresh asparagus, La Banderita Flour Tortillas, and El Pinto Salsa.
After those two vegetarian meal suggestions, I’ve got a carnivorous option for you too: Steak Baguettes with Pesto Mayonnaise — one of my favorite summer sandwiches. Sendik’s Natural Top Sirloin Steaks are on sale this week, as are Sendik’s Artisan French Baguettes. Bread, steak, and fancy mayonnaise? Sign me up. If you like tomato on your sandwich, beefsteak tomatoes are on sale too, as mentioned above.
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Driscoll’s has been committed to growing strawberries for over 100 years. Each berry is hand-picked and must meet our quality standards for sweetness, size and color. Our strawberries are loaded with vitamin C, folate, fiber, potassium and antioxidants. Growing premium strawberries requires care, commitment and dedication. Driscoll’s ensures year-round availability by growing strawberries in Central and Southern California, Florida, Central Mexico and Baja. Long-stem strawberries are also offered at certain times of the year.
WARNING - Sendik's Orange Juice is 100 % Pure and has never been pasteurized. Because it has not been pasteurized, The State of Wisconsin requires us to let you know that it may contain harmful bacteria that can cause serious illness in children, theelderly, and persons with weakened immune systems.
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Xochitl® Corn Chips Mexican Style.
Thin & crisp.
0g trans fat.
Non- GMO- Project- Verified.
Certified GF, gluten free.
Naturally cholesterol free.
Unique white corn chips.
NET WT 16 OZ (1 lb).
At Xochitl, our mission has always been to provide the best and unique products made with authentic ancient recipes.
We invite you to try our totopos with any of our salsas. All have been carefully recreated from Aztec and Mayan recipes. You will be transported by the old world of flavors.
"Xochitl", means flower in Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs.
Taste and enjoy the tradition of the Aztecs.
Xochitl brings to you the finest products with the most unique home-made flavors that can be found in the exotic places of the old continents.
The Aztecs used to grind kernels of corn with big rocks in a form of a wheel and added water and lime to create a dough called Nixtamal, this dough was used to make tortillas. Today, hundreds of years later, Xochitl uses the same unique process to make the authentic corn totopos (chips) that you are about to taste.
Xochitl totopos are oven-baked and quick fried to perfection creating deliciously thin and crispy chips.
We care for our customers and their families, that is the reason we use the highest quality ingredients and non-hydrogenated oils.
Try these totopos with any of our salsas and discover some of the mysteries of ancient cooking.
We only use the best corn and non-hydrogenated oils for its flavor and characteristics. Please see ingredients.
Naturally cholesterol free.
0g trans fat.
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