It’s the week for taking stock and appreciating what you have. And our annual Cyber Monday Gift Card Sale is a way for us to say thank you to you, our customers, for supporting us throughout the year and sharing our passion for Food, People and Love. The Monday following Thanksgiving, for the past six years, we offer gift cards for our markets at a great discount – $50 cards for $40, and $100 cards for $75. This discount is available online only, and only on Dec. 2, 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. (or until we run out of cards). All the info you need is here. Remember—you need to wait ‘till Monday to get those Cyber Monday prices.
We’re already hearing a lot of buzz about it on social media. A deal this good only comes around once a year so be sure and get in on the savings!
How to Gobble Up the Leftovers:
If you’d love another use for your leftover turkey, make an easy comfort meal with our new Pot Pie Starter from the Deli. It’s tasty, creamy and loaded with veggies. All you need to do is add cooked turkey or chicken and make a pie. Even easier – fill a casserole dish, top with refrigerator biscuits, and bake until golden brown.
If a big pot of soup is more to your liking, try our Turkey Noodle Soup recipe. It makes use of the entire carcass so you get every last bit of flavor out of your turkey.
Or how about something with a little bit of Southwest-style flavor? This Turkey Posole recipe adds chipotle and chewy little nubs of flavorful hominy to enhance your turkey day leftovers.
Be Sure to Check our Holiday Hours:
All our markets are open on Thanksgiving Day, but many will be closing early so our folks can get home to their families. Take a look our Holiday hours here as well as any events like Open Houses or gingerbread house decorating.
We wish you and yours a happy and scrumptious holiday!
Our very own cheese whiz, Shauna Howell, offers up a cheese worth discovering.
Mt. Townsend Seastack: One of my all-time favs made by our friends in Port Townsend.
These guys met in a childbirth class and they wanted to create a life for themselves that allowed time for family. They also decided that cheesemaking using local milk sounded fascinating, so they got to work learning a new craft.
Modeled after the classic French Chaource, this sweet Seastack is tangy, pasteurized cow’s milk cheese rolled in edible vegetable ash and injected with penicillium candidum to allow a soft flurry to form on the outside of the miniature wheel as it ages. The wonderful little secret about Seastack is that it’s tangy and chalky — in a good way — and refreshing when it’s young. As it ages, it morphs into something altogether different: gooey, spreadable and reminiscent of something you might enjoy while lunching at a sidewalk café in Paris.
Stock up now as it’s honestly the best deal in town, our gift to you this holiday season.
Chris Allen is a copywriter and assistant marketer with Town & Country Markets. He’s a former contributing editor, radio anchor and producer, and an Air Force veteran. He’s also mastered the art of chopping red onions with one hand while sipping a dry Tempranillo in the other.