Spring has sprung and with it sprang some new ideas for Easter.

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April 4, 2012

Volume 6, Issue 7

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Mini Easter baskets
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Edible Mini Easter Baskets

You and the kids will love decorating these adorable little baskets. For a healthier option, you can also replace ice cream with pudding or yogurt and fresh berries.


wine-soaked-strawberries-with-butter-cake
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Wine Soaked Strawberries with Butter Cake

The only thing that might be more delicious than butter cake is wine-soaked strawberries, and this recipe includes both. Save on strawberries
this week!

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Strawberries

1 lb. package, 2/$4

Easter cake
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Let Them Eat Cake!

Our Easter Basket Cake and Easter Egg Cake are a decadent way to finish – or begin – your Easter meal. These cakes are made in-house by our talented bakery associates and professional
cake decorators.

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Easter Cakes

$19.99 ea.


Naturally died eggs
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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Dyeing Easter eggs is a classic way to celebrate Easter and this year we decided to experiment with creating natural dyes. It was quite amazing some of the vibrant colors we were able to create with some of our favorite foods. We discovered when mixing up some of our “potions” we got colors we would have never imaged; i.e. purple cabbage boiled for a brief time results in a great green dye (just don’t add vinegar to it or it will turn red)!

Can you guess what foods we used to get these colors? See the results on our website.


Quick, Easy and Cheesy Appetizers

Laura Chenel Chevre Log
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Laura Chenel Chevre Loglocal

Top this scrumptious local chevre with locally produced Earth & Vine’s Red Bell Pepper & Ancho Chile Jam (found on our grocery aisle).

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Laura Chenel Chevre Log

8 oz. log, $6.99 ea.

Halloumi cheese
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Grilled Halloumi

Enter cheese heaven with this warm, gooey, and downright delightful cheese. Never grilled halloumi before? Follow our easy instructions.

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Halloumi Cheese

$14.99/lb.

Rumiano jack cheese
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Rumiano Jack Wedges

We love to serve this cheese simply cubed on a cheese tray with olives and cured meats.

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Rumiano Jack Wedges

2/$5.00, save $4.98 on 2


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Easter Brunch

Hosting an Easter Brunch? Let Nugget Markets do the work for you! Download our Easter Brunch Menu (1.2 MB PDF) today for a listing of some of our favorite brunch items throughout
our store.

Boar’s Head Sweet Sliced Ham
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Boar’s Head Sweet Sliced Ham

This boneless smoked ham with natural juices is an Easter favorite. It is extra lean, with no MSG, and it’s gluten-free. Get all the flavor of a bone-in ham, without the bone! Our Wine Steward suggests pairing it with the Seaglass Reisling.

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Boar’s Head Sweet Sliced Ham

$5.99/lb.

Diestel Petite Turkey
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Diestel Petite Turkeylocal

Serve only the best this Easter! Diestel turkeys are range grown locally in Sonoma County and fed an all-vegetarian diet.

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Diestel Petite Turkey

6–10 lb. bird, $2.99/lb.


Practically Perfect Pairings for Your Easter Meal

Ruffino Prosecco

Ruffino Prosecco

– Italy

Perfect for Easter brunch, but you don’t need a special occasion to enjoy Prosecco. Light on the palate, it’s a great starter wine but can also be enjoyed throughout the meal.

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Seaglass Riesling

Seaglass Riesling

– Monterey, California

If Pinot Noir is the most versatile red varietal, then Riesling is the white equivalent. This wine has just a touch of sweetness that works well with any spicy foods. The good news is that the sweetness is balanced with a backbone of acidity. It also pairs well with ham.

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Talbott Kali Hart Pinot Noir

Talbott Kali Hart Pinot Noir

– Monterey, California

Bright red berry fruit, very little oak and refreshing acidity. Pinot Noir is quite possibly the easiest wine varietal with which to pair food. From salmon to pork, and with a variety of cheeses and salads, this is a workhorse around the table.

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tulips
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Tulips

You know spring has sprung when these beauties start popping up. Set your table with love – perfect love that is. Tulips signify “perfect love”, and each color expresses a unique meaning. Yellow tulips symbolize cheerful thoughts, white expresses forgiveness, purple represents royalty, and red says, “Believe me.”

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Tulips

10-stem bunch, 2/$10


Upcoming Events

Apr 7

Italian Cheeses & Wines Class

Nugget Markets,
El Dorado Hills
$30/person + tax

Italy is home to the king of cheese, Parmigiano-Reggiano, as well as an incredible variety of Pecorinos and soft-ripened, washed-rind and blue-veined cheeses. Taste your way through all of them! Six to eight cheeses and five wines will be served.

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Apr 13 5-7 PM

Wine Tastings with Nugget Markets

Join us at the following Nugget Markets locations for a wine tasting, 5–7 PM at just $5/flight!

  • Florin Capay Valley Vineyard
  • Elk Grove LangeTwins
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Apr 14 11 AM - 3 PM

Meet the Author: The Placer County Real Food Cookbook

For devotees of the local food movement, Nugget Markets has a special opportunity in store. Local author Joanne Neft will be signing her cookbook, The Placer County Real Food Cookbook, in our Roseville store on April 14th. An advocate of eating locally, Joanne’s book incorporates recipes that use the best of what we can find at our area farmers’ markets. In addition to signing her cookbook, she'll also be demonstrating some of her favorite recipes!

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Apr 14, 21, 28

Local Love Fairs

Mingle with local producers and farmers while sampling some of our favorite products produced within 100 miles of our home offices in Woodland. Join us for a day of all things local at the following stores.

  • April 14 Davis, Covell Blvd.
  • April 21 Roseville
  • April 28 El Dorado Hills
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Apr 21 6-9 PM

Taste of Elk Grove

Elk Grove welcomes the 7th annual Taste of Elk Grove, and we’re onboard with more than 60 other local restaurants and wineries, in support of the Rotary Club of Laguna Sunrise’s various community programs. Stop by the Nugget Markets tasting table for goodies from our kitchens.

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Apr 27 6:30-10 PM

Solano Wine and Food Jubilee

It’s the 25th anniversary Silver Celebration for the Solano Wine & Food Jubilee, benefiting the programs of NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement. Nugget is proud to support these important programs, and we’ll be at the Jubilee with our Nugget Markets tasting table, offering delectable goodies ranging from specialty cheeses to deli items to desserts.

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