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These Brie rounds are the perfect size for entertaining. Wrap in puff pastry, top with your favorite preserve or chutney, or gently warm in the oven and serve with roasted garlic and chopped olives. The possibilities are endless and, at this price, hard to pass up! This cheese pairs exceptionally with Schramsberg Blanc de Blancs, a Chardonnay-based brut sparkling wine that is dry and crisp.
Think you’ve got the best ugly holiday sweater? Pull that magnificent appliquéd, bejeweled, bedazzled, or otherwise decked-out piece of apparel from the back of your closet and give it the glory it deserves. Submit a photo of your sweater for your shot to win an $850 Nugget Markets gift card.
Holiday Food Drive with
Made in-house by our meat department specialists. Choose your stuffing: Apple Cinnamon & Herb, Cajun Style & Herb, Cranberry & Herb, Traditional and Wild Rice & Shitake Mushroom. Place your orders today! We request a 48-hour advanced notice for special orders. order by December 22nd for Christmas ‘Eve’.
Serve your family the best this holiday! Natural Branigan turkeys come locally from Woodland and are raised free-range, resulting in superior quality. Order by December 22nd for Christmas.
Let Nugget’s bakery whisk you away to a winter wonderland with this delightfully minty and adorable cake. Our vanilla cake is made with a hint of peppermint, iced with real whipped cream, filled with white chocolate mousse, drizzled with ganache and topped with crushed candy canes by our Nugget bakers.
Fresh to Market chicken or pork bulk sausage makes a great stuffing when mixed with breadcrumbs. Our Fresh to Market sausage is hand crafted in our stores daily using quality meats and unique flavor profiles. Some popular flavors for the holidays include: Country Breakfast, Roasted Red Pepper with Garlic, and Mild or Hot Italian. We also have many other flavors available to spice up your holiday stuffing.
At your next holiday party or family gathering, ask if anyone knows where the term Egg nog came from. Unless you have a “know-it-all” uncle, we would bet that no one will offer an answer. Traditionally, it was made with raw eggs (not anymore) and milk, but the word nog is the mystery. Some say it comes from the word “grog”, which was slang for rum. Rum was used in Egg nog because it was so cheap in the early colonial times. The term may also have come from the word “noggin”, which was a wooden mug used in taverns in England. Either way, we all love Egg nog around the holidays, and it might be a fun story for you to tell. Every year we carry a variety of Egg nogs to choose from, including Crystal, Bud’s, Clover, Straus and Silk Soy Egg nog.
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