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This page is reserved for the blog landing if it's to remain active.
Should probably stay inactive until there are more fresh posts.
Perhaps it's worth moving recipes to their own content type/page?


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Our 5th Annual Foster Child Coat & PJ Drive is Here!

Please help us make the holidays a little warmer for 65 foster children in our area. Pick up a tag at our registers and simply purchase the gift requested. It will be given to a foster child in Seneca’s program to receive as a heart and body warming holiday gift! Cash donations are also accepted […]


Roast Chicken & Mushrooms with a Red Wine Sauce

Looking for a simple dish that’s sure to WOW your Valentine? Give this elevated, yet easy chicken dish a try! Total:45 min       Prep:10 min      Cook:35 min    Yield:2 servings         Level:Easy Ingredients 2 skin-on, bone-in chicken breasts (12 to 14 ounces each) Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 1 tablespoon […]


Homemade Chicken Flautas

Quick and easy for the big game! INGREDIENTS YIELDS: 8 CAL/SERV: 616 1 rotisserie chicken ~ Prepared in our Village Meat Department Daily! 8 oz. Queso Fresco 1 c. salsa verde 4 c. safflower or canola oil 16 flour tortillas DIRECTIONS PREP TIME: 0:30 TOTAL TIME: 0:40 Remove white and dark meat from chicken and shred, discarding bones and […]


Edamame Pasta Salad

Hands-On Time ~ 15 Mins      Total Time ~ 30 Mins       Yield ~  4 servings By EMILY NABORS HALL  and published in REAL SIMPLE MAGAZINE February 2018 Pasta salad might sound retro, but this fresh take is perfect for a weeknight dinner or as a side at a dinner party. Here, with nutty […]


Brooklyn Cheese Puffs, Featuring BelGioioso Ricotta

A simple, yet elegant appetizer for any party! Jessica Lynn-Lato in America’s Test Kitchen Best-Ever Lost Recipes At first glance, these light and airy cheese puffs may look like fancy French gougeres.  But instead of relying on hard-to-make cream puff pastry and a fussy pastry bag, Jessica’s clever recipe calls for turning butter, ricotta cheese, […]


Start Off The New Year With Fortune & Luck!

Black-Eyed Peas With Ham Hock and Collards  DAVID TANIS YIELDAbout 12 cups cooked beans, 10 to 12 servings TIME2 hours Print this recipe Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times For the New Year’s good fortune, a plate of black-eyed peas or other beans is considered auspicious, auguring wealth and prosperity. In the American South, they […]


Hard Taco Shells Without the oil!

If you are like me, I prefer crunchy tacos to the soggy, soft type.  The main drawback – to get them crunchy you must fry them in oil.  As I was looking through Food and Wine Magazine to get some fresh dinner ideas, I was elated to see this really cool trick along with a […]