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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” February 6, 2008

In this issue

The Foodie: Chocolate Fondue and Strawberries

Fondue Set

Try this sweet combo: The Chantal Heart Fun-Fondue Set for Two, which comes with a two-cup ceramic pot, two heart-shaped plates, two stainless steel forks, a stainless steel stand and a tealight candle. Fill it up with Fondue au Chocolat, a pure, rich semi-sweet chocolate fondue. For dipping, we recommend fresh sweet strawberries from our produce department.

The Cook: Jessie Steele Aprons

Apron

Think of it as “couture kitchen wear” — these aprons from Jessie Steele couldn’t be cuter for the girl who likes to cook.

…and don’t forget the flowers:

Tulips

Our tulip bunches make a fun alternative to the typical rose bouquet. Sale priced through Feb. 14th. 10 stem bunches, $7.99 each

Fresh to Market
February 6, 2008
Volume 2, Issue 3

We hope you enjoyed reading this issue of Fresh to Market. Fresh to Market is a free, bi-weekly email publication of Nugget Market, Inc.

Unique Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Skip the trip to the florist, the candy store, and the mall: Nugget is your one-stop Valentine’s Day shop for 2008. Pick up flowers, chocolates and a gift; cook an amazing dinner; and let love blossom.

The Romantic: A Bubble Bath and a Massage

Tub

Set the mood for the ultimate romantic Valentine’s Day. Create soft lighting with Pacifica Candles, soak in luxury with Deep Steep Bubble Bath, and sip Domaine Carneros 2004 Brut sparkling wine from our Riedel Glassware. For an aromatic post-bath massage, try Pure Touch Massage Oil.

The Classic: Chocolates and a Card

Cards And Candy

This combo never fails. Class it up with deluxe chocolates from the Joseph Schmidt Confections signature artisan collection, featuring truffles, pralines and other chocolate creations. Nugget also carries an extensive line of cards and gift wrap from Papyrus, a beautiful way to send your romantic message.

Featured Recipes:

Valentine Menu

Valentine’s Day is no time to rely on a box of mac & cheese — try this romantic Valentine’s Menu for a night to remember.

All recipes:

Health Notes from Dr. Liz:

Food for Lovers

Dr Liz

Can eating certain foods, herbs or other supplements put a kick in your love life? While scientific research doesn’t support claims that supplements act as aphrodisiacs, taking certain steps may put you in the mood.

  • Sip on bubbly: A little bit of champagne or other sparkling beverage may heighten the senses (but excessive alcohol intake actually has the opposite effect).
  • Nibble on chocolate: Researchers don’t fully understand how all the natural compounds in chocolate affect the brain and mood, but studies show that eating this luscious indulgence triggers the pleasure response in the brain.
  • Keep it light: Avoid overeating, as large amounts of food contribute to feelings of sluggishness and can put a damper on the evening.
  • Don’t forget to exercise: Behavior researchers note that people who exercise regularly report higher feelings of self-esteem and confidence in relationships.

Liz Applegate, PhD

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