So you don't have to. Why dine out when you could dine in? Enjoy deli delectables without the busy restaurant scene.
DINE AT HOME DELI
This sweet corn with chili lime butter is crunchy, yet juicy! When choosing corn, a good ear is soft, green and silky on the outside with compact kernels inside.
Despite popular belief, sweet corn is good for you - low calories, high antioxidants, 3g of fiber for a medium ear of corn.
Did you know? The smiling faces behind the Festival Foods meat counter have plenty of tips on everything from grilling to baking to smoking to frying. Just ask!
Bakery items are handmade every day by teams of skilled bakers, pastry chefs, doughnut fryers and cake decorators - from scratch. What does that mean? Real, honest, hand-crafted food.
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Leave an area in the charcoal grill without coals so that if meat is cooking too fast, you can move the meat to this cooler area. On a gas grill, leave one burner on low.
Patty melts are delicious in and of themselves. For a new twist on a classic, try it on artisan bread, old country sourdough, classic rye or English muffin bread.
When grilling, aromatic woods such as hickory, mesquite, apple or cherry can be added to the preheated coals to give the meat a distinctive flavor.
There are times when there's just no time! When you need a quick dinner, pick up a rack of savory St. Louis Style Ribs or zesty enchiladas - all made fresh daily in the deli.
DINNER MADE EASY
To keep chops, steaks and ham slices flat while grilling and broiling, clip the fat and rind around the edges at 1 to 1-1/2 inch intervals.
The word barbecue comes from the Arawak word barbakoa, meaning 'frame of sticks.' What's your favorite thing to BBQ?
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Meet our local growers! From apples to corn to pumpkins, take a look at some of the local family farms that play a part in Festival's premier produce.