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Stock the freezer Thursday, July 7, 2016, as Alexander’s hosts its beat-the-heat-with-savings-on-meat sale! From whole brisket ($2.99/lb.) to organic boneless chicken breasts ($6.99/lb) and from catfish fillets ($3.99/lb) to Louisiana select crawfish tails ($7.99/lb), we’ll have choice selections of center-plate surf and turf savings to allow you to celebrate and share with family and friends.
Since it’s too hot in the kitchen to cook, this Holly Clegg recipe is perfect for days when you’d rather be by the pool or at the ball field. (Ironically, this dish does not come from Clegg’s Too Hot in the Kitchen cookbook but rather her Kitchen 101 staple.) Clegg advises using crockpot liners so your cleanup is as easy as your meal prep. Visit www.hollyclegg.com or see her full line of cookbooks in store for more cooking ideas.
What’s better than a margarita? A healthy margarita! Only cold pressed juices keep all of the enzymes and nutritional benefits of fruit and vegetables in liquid form, so try adding a bottle of Sweet Tart (pineapple, green apple, lemon & mint) to vodka and ice for cold-pressed cocktail to help you beat the heat.
It’s not Maw Maw’s dough from scratch, but this versatile recipe, more cake than cobbler, works with a single fruit or several seasonal fruits combined and tastes like her home cooking! (We even tried it with canned apple slices – delicious!) And since cinnamon and nutmeg are optional, you really only need have three ingredients on hand for a easy, fresh summer dessert.