Valentine’s Wine Dinner Tickets on Sale

Looking for a unique gift or exciting staycation this Valentine's? Join us Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, at 6 p.m. expert pairings of food and wine in our bimonthly upscale wine ...

Alexander’s featured in Southern Living

Check out the mention and accompanying photo Alexander's Highland Market received just before Christmas from Southern Living Magazine's piece titled "50 Undiscovered Places You'll Love in the South."

Cakes Fit for a (Gluten-Free or Vegan) King

18 flavors + 1 secret icing recipe = 40+ days of King Cake sampling


Quick Rotisserie Chicken Salad

The key to good health is eating whole foods with minimal processing, ...

PB2 apple & pretzel dip

Sometimes the hardest part about maintaining a healthy diet is snacking, so ...

Instant Pot Pork Carnitas

Electric pressure cookers are super popular right now. If you don't already ...

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Hanley’s Sensation Crab Claws

If you want a restaurant quality appetizer to bring to your next party, grab a bottle of Hanley’s Sensation Salad Dressing a few more ingredients and you’ll be well on your way.

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Slow Cooker Apple-Cranberry Holiday Wassail

Turn your slow cooker into a hot punch bowl to make your holidays easier – and your evenings warmer and cozier with this hot mulled cider recipe.

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Emeril’s Pecan Pralines

Centuries ago French settlers brought this nut-and-sugar candy to Louisiana, where sugar cane and pecans were plentiful. In the 19th century, chefs in New Orleans added cream to thicken it to the consistency of fudge. For an authentic recipe, we turned to New Orleans’ legendary Chef Lagasse.

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Post a Letter to Santa Here

Posting a letter to Santa at the authentic North Pole mailbox located inside of our store is a tradition that dates back to Alexander’s opening.

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