With plates to pass and parties to throw, summer can make it difficult to cater to friends and family with allergies. Check out this summer food guide for ideas to make summer foods fun for everyone.
The word barbecue comes from the Arawak word barbakoa, meaning 'frame of sticks.' What's your favorite thing to BBQ?
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Offer both hot and cold foods on a buffet. Try zesty queso dip or beer dip along with fresh cut cheese and crackers. The perfect pair? Hard soda or just a plain old cold pop.
At Festival Foods, you'll always find fresh deli meats and cheeses, sliced just for you - multiple times per day. Need a perfect pair for your sandwich? Try a refreshing iced tea.
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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.
Our on-site butchers and meat department experts hand cut pieces, expertly season, and grind three times per day right in-store. While food is their job, people are their passion.
Want to know about the history, origin, flavors or recipes? Festival Foods associates are extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the ins and outs of their department (and their favorite foods).
Did you know? Brandy, rum and whisky can be either aged too long or not long enough.
Want to serve something special at a party? Just want to choose a nice wine for dinner? Either way, our knowledgeable staff can help you find the perfect beverage for any occasion.
WINE & SPIRITS
The soil of one of the vineyards in France is considered so precious it's mandatory for workers to scrape soil off their shoes before they leave.
Consider the colors of the food that will be served together and make sure there is variety - from fruits and veggies to sides, snacks and sweets.
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.