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Ready, Set, Garden!

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Posted on: March 12th, 2014

I’ve found many foodies are also avid gardeners, makes sense to me! Gardening brings us closer to our food and ultimately we can taste the fruits (or vegetables) of our labor. It’s no wonder I meet so many gardeners at Tony’s! About this time of year most of us are itching to get out into the garden. I got…

Asian Dumpling Party!

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Posted on: January 31st, 2014

I don’t care if you call them Gyoza, Dumplings, Wontons or Pot Stickers, I call them delicious! These juicy ‘dumplings’ are a favorite all over Asia so there are thousands of variations, and every one of them is great! Pot Stickers boast a crispy browned bottom, are firmer and have more flavor than steamed –…

Do You Sous Vide?

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Posted on: January 24th, 2014

Sous Vide (Soo Veed) is French for “Under Vacuum”, and a technique becoming more common with restaurant and home chefs. It’s still mostly reserved for high-end restaurants and serious food geeks, but hey, there are a lot of both around these parts! Sous Vide NY Strips, finish browned in a pan – tender, juicy and…

The Ultimate French Onion Soup

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Posted on: January 10th, 2014

French Onion Soup wasn’t invented by a fancy French chef, rather it was a mom with a lot more love and cooking skill than money.  OK, so I can’t prove this, but I’m sticking to my story! When made correctly, this soup is beyond compare, but unfortunately I’ve never had a great bowl in a restaurant (even…

The Rib Roast Of Your Dreams!

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Posted on: December 12th, 2013

Holiday mealtime traditions vary around the globe, but locally, the Beef Rib Roast (aka prime rib, or standing rib roast) is the number one choice. Here are some insider tips and recipes to make your holiday Beef Rib Roast extra special!   The Secret to a GREAT Roast… Short and simple, the only way to serve a GREAT…

Hot Appetizer Anyone?

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Posted on: December 9th, 2013

Tony’s Homemade Heat-n-Serve Appetizers Fresh Stuffed Shrimp from our Seafood Department Everybody loves eating appetizers, but nobody likes making them; that’s why we make them for you at Tony’s. Hand-crafted and flash frozen, they go from your freezer to table in about 15 minutes. You’ll never have to make your own appetizers again, and because…

Thanksgiving Help!

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Posted on: November 27th, 2013

Cooking a bird the size of a basketball can be a little intimidating, after all, how often do we get to practice?! My first tip is simple – don’t fear the bird!  It’s really not much different than cooking a chicken. Read on for a tips and variations and get ready for the best turkey…

What are ‘Enhanced’ Meats?

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Posted on: October 15th, 2013

Reviewing the meat case of a local supermarket, I noted tiny print (in about a #3 font) on a pre-packaged steak that said…”TENDERNESS & JUICINESS IMPROVED WITH UP TO 12% OF A PATENTED SOLUTION”. I couldn’t resist, I just had to taste it, and so I took it home. I wasn’t surprised to find it…

Healthy Eating Simplified

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Posted on: September 27th, 2013

Are you digging your own grave with a fork and spoon? These simple tips could extend the quality of your life, help you set the right example for your kids and become your most meaningful gift to future generations. Please consider taking this seriously, few things can enhance a life more than a healthy attitude…

Does Your Chicken Need A Bath?

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Posted on: September 17th, 2013

Do you wash chicken and poultry before cooking?  Unless you just dropped it in the dirt, there is absolutely no reason to, and it could even make you sick! Don’t do it, here’s why… Chicken Caprese with mozzarella, tomato and basil, from Tony’s Deli Case. Simply rinsing poultry can contaminate your sink, faucet, clothes, towels,…

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