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A Taco Twist for St. Patrick’s Day

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Want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a twist? Try these Corned Beef and Cabbage Tacos – they’ll get rave reviews! If you don’t have time to cook your own brisket, visit our Deli for sliced corned beef that’s ready to enjoy.

Corned Beef and Cabbage Tacos

Ingredients
1 corned beef brisket (including seasoning packet)
12 flour or corn tortillas or crisp taco shells, warmed
3 cups cabbage or lettuce, shredded
1½ cups Kerrygold Aged Cheddar Cheese (in our Deli), shredded
Sliced green onions, diced tomatoes, taco sauce (optional)

Directions
Prep time: 20 minutes, Cook time: at least 2 hours (for stovetop method), Makes: about 12 tacos

Cook brisket according to package directions, or cover with water in a slow cooker and cook on HIGH for 8 to 10 hours. Remove from liquid and let stand until cool enough to handle. Remove any pieces of fat and shred corned beef. To assemble tacos, fill tortillas or shells with shredded corned beef, cabbage and cheese. Top with other ingredients as desired.

Nutritional Information
330 calories, 21 g protein, 23 g total fat (9 g sat., 0 g trans), 8 g carbohydrate, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 105 mg cholesterol, 1190 mg sodium, 8.5 points

Have your Thanksgiving and eat it twice

TurkeySandwichCurriedSpread

We all know that the best part of Thanksgiving is the leftovers. Extend your Thanksgiving with these sweet and savory dishes.

Turkey
Turkey Sandwich with Curried Cashew Spread
Turkey and Mashed Potato Potpies
Add turkey to pot pie recipes like our Fall Harvest Vegetable Pot Pie
Turkey Chili

Cranberries
Cranberry Citrus Marmalade
Breakfast Barley
Chocolate Cran-Cherry

Potatoes
Bacon and Potato Pancakes
Green Pea and Potato Griddle Cakes
Sweet Potato, Apple and Sausage Hash
Shepherd’s Pie

Stuffing
Maple Nut Stuffing Fritters
Stuffing-Stuffed Mushrooms

Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch

BourbonPumpkinPie

There’s always pie, but then there’s boozy pie. Oh yes. Add a splash of bourbon, brandy, even a stout brew and take your pies from pleasing to mouth-watering perfection.

Apple Brandy Pies with Cheddar Crust
Cranberry Orange Pecan Pie
Bourbon Pumpkin Pie with Pecan Crust
Persimmon Pear Brandy Pie with Vanilla Bean Crumble
Boozy Pecan Pie Bars
Mini Mulled Wine Apple Spelt Pies

Looking for some Thanksgiving timesavers? Our Something Extra Food Editor, Patty, is taking over our @raleys Twitter account Monday, Nov. 24 from 7-8 p.m. Share your questions or follow the conversation at #raleysholidayhelp

Dishes to die-for

DODPoblanos

Dia de los Muertos may mean “Day of the Dead” in Spanish, but this Mexican holiday is a celebration of food, tradition and life. Enjoy these spicy tastes from south of the border.

Cocoa Chile Pork
Mango and Plantain Stuffed Poblanos
Watermelon Habanero Hot Sauce
Cheesy Mexican Waffles
Chilaquiles
Raspado de Mango
Red Chile Pork Tamales
Mole
Chipotle Orange Guacamole
Jalapeno Chicken Enchiladas
Mexican Mocha Ice Cream
Churros (Mexican Fritters)

And don’t forget to pick up Gianna’s Day of the Dead Cookies in our Bakery! These all-natural skull sugar cookies are decorated by hand with traditional Day of the Dead motifs.

One Pot Wonders

SlowCookerOpening

The slow cooker is every cook’s best friend. Just plop your ingredients in a large pot, set to low and go! There’s nothing more divine than coming home to a delicious meal that you didn’t have to lift a finger to make.

SlowCookedChipotleBeefCrockpot Beer Braised Chicken
Slow Cooked Chipotle Beef and Potatoes
Lightened Up Pulled Pork
Slow Cooker Chocolate Chili with Three Beans
Apple-Buttered Sweet Potatoes
Slow Cooker Beef and Tomato Stew
Curried Slow Cooked Vegetable Stew
Creamy Chicken and Biscuits

 

 

October is Vegetarian Awareness Month

Veggies

With 31 days this month, we’ll give you 31 reasons to fall in love with your fruits and veggies all over again.

  1. Mediterranean Pita Egg PizzaCheesyMexicanWaffles
  2. Cheesy Mexican Waffles
  3. Italian Grain Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms
  4. Winter Squash and Apple Soup
  5. Cajun Cornmeal Pecan Crusted Tofu
  6. Roasted Butternut and Coconut Soup
  7. Cauliflower “Steak” Sandwiches
  8. Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap and Hazelnut Crust
  9. Thai Pesto Noodle Salad
  10. Vegetarian Chili
  11. Pumpkin Mac and CheeseBraisedCarrotTacos
  12. Barley, Peas and Lentil Stew
  13. Braised Carrot Chipotle Tacos
  14. Grilled Potato and Kale Pizza
  15. Vegan Pumpkin Spice Pancakes
  16. Shortcut Polenta Lasagna
  17. Warm Quinoa with Yams and Avocado
  18. Vegan Butternut Queso
  19. Nectarine Tart with Rye-Cornmeal Crust
  20. Eggplant Parmesan
  21. Fresh Honeydew Margaritas
  22. Hazelnut Pear MuffinsBlackBeanBurgerMelt
  23. Baked Figs with Balsamic and Feta
  24. Acorn Squash Stuffed with Chard and White Beans
  25. Italian Bean Balls and Spaghetti Squash Noodles
  26. Portobello Mushroom Burgers
  27. Fig and Walnut Spaghetti
  28. Vegetarian Pho
  29. Black Bean Burger Melts
  30. Mango Chili Rice Salad
  31. No-Bake Vegetarian Enchiladas

Why America is pumped on pumpkin

PumpkinPieThe pumpkin epidemic in this country is massive. Think pumpkin spiced lattes, pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin beer, pumpkin bread, pumpkin granola, pumpkin mac and cheese – wait, PUMPKIN MAC AND CHEESE! You get the point.

It seems that pumpkin everything is no trend; it is here to stay. So, we’ve made it easy to make your favorite pumpkin recipes with our Raley’s 100% pure and delicious canned pumpkin! But you better hurry – this can of fall goodness goes fast! Find it at your local Raley’s, Bel Air and Nob Hill Foods today!

PumpkinWafflesNow for the pumpkin roundup:

Bourbon Pumpkin Pie with Pecan Crust
Candied Pumpkin Seeds
Nana’s Pumpkin Pie
Orange Pumpkin Spice Waffles
Pasta with Creamy Pumpkin Sauce
Pumpkin Maple Pecan Granola
Pumpkin Apple Bisque
Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Pumpkin Cupcakes with Pumpkin Cream Cheese Frosting
Pumpkin Ginger Bars
Pumpkin Mulled WinePumpkinPannaCotta
Pumpkin Panna Cotta
Salted Pumpkin Caramels
Pumpkin Pasilla Tamales
Pumpkin Pear Coffee Cake with Almond Streusel Topping
Pumpkin Spice Butter
Baked Macaroni & Cheese with Pumpkin

 

How to roast a butternut squash

MapleSquashWinter squash such as acorn, spaghetti, kobucha and butternut may seem daunting to cook, but with a few simple steps, you’ll become master of the buttery squash in no time!

ButternutSquashIngredients:
1 butternut squash
2 tbsp. Raley’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 cloves of garlic, minced
Salt and pepper

Directions:
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Halve the squash lengthwise. Scoop out the seeds and discard.
3. Peel and chop into 1/2-inch chunks.
4. Toss chunks with olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper.
5. Arrange on baking sheet and roast for 20-30 minutes or until tender and slightly brown.

Prepare as a side dish, add to sandwiches and salads or top on your favorite pizza:
Butternut Squash, Bacon and Harvarti Sandwiches
Butternut Squash Pizza
Maple Squash

 

 

Raise your fork for delicious pork

RosemaryFennelPorkChopYou’ve heard all about our delicious Raley’s and Prairie Grove Farms Pork – it’s 100% vegetarian fed pork with no animal by-products. What’s even better is the animals are never ever given antibiotics or hormones and zero MSG or artificial preservatives are used. It’s delicious tasting pork you can count on!

BlueberryChipotlePorkWe’re hog wild over these scrumptious pork recipes:

Blueberry Chipotle Pork
Honey Mustard Marinated Pork Chops
Spice-Roasted Pork Tenderloin
Pork with Cherry Bourbon Glaze
Rosemary Fennel Crusted Pork Chops
Texaribbean Jerked Pork
Pasilla Pork Stew
Pork Tenderloin with Smoky Mango SauceCocoaChilePork
Vanilla Brined Pork with Pineapple Mango Chutney
Cocoa Chile Pork

 

 

To Germany, with love

OktoberfestMealBavarianPretzelYou may have heard of Oktoberfest, but what is it exactly? The world’s biggest beer festival has been celebrated in Munich, Germany since 1810, but originally began as a horse race to celebrate the wedding of Bavarian King Ludwig I and his wife Theresie. The original was a one-day celebration, but today’s Oktoberfest lasts 16 days and draws over 6.4 million visitors!

The Wiesn, as locals call it, hosts 14 massive tents packed with food and beer, in addition to traditional Munich dancers and music, roller coasters and carousels. Despite the festivals reputation for brews, only 6 breweries are allowed to pour at the Wiesn, all within the city limits of Munich and meeting strict specifications.

BavarianCreamBavarian Pretzels
Chicken Schnitzel
Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage
German Beer Cheese Soup
Bavarian Cream
Sauerbraten
Potato Dumplings
Tart Flambée