Super Bowl Fare

Whether you  favor the Seahawks or Broncos to win the 48th Super Bowl, one thing is for certain, you’re gonna need some food.  And if there’s one thing we’re good at, it’s providing you with delicious (and easy) food options for your big party or small get-together.  We still have some of the incredible Grey Cup Grub, but our fantastic vendors are running some specials specifically for Super Bowl this Sunday.  Check ’em out:

Big D’s Smokehouse is running a killer special: ham coil, beef brisket, chili, coleslaw, potato salad and corn bread for only $50!!! (+tax)

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Want some delicious Hot Chicks for the Super Bowl?  Ok so that’s not exactly the kind of hot chick we were thinking of, but Sandwiched can take care of that for you… contact them by 4pm Saturday, February 1st to get your catering order in!  (Email


No party in Alberta is quite complete without jerky, and we now have Longview Jerky at the market!  They carry 19 different varieties of beef jerky, and they also have elk, chicken, and turkey jerky!

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Whipping up a batch of nachos?  You’ll need a wicked tasty bowl of guacamole and Cherry Pit has the easiest whip-it-together-in-less-than-3-minutes guacamole ever.  And it’s damn tasty.


And we can’t forget the mainstay football party grub: chicken wings!  Wild Fire Wings has a whopping deal: buy 3lbs of their killer organic Sunworks Farms wings, and receive the 4th pound FREE!


For more great one-stop party food ideas, check this out.  We’ve got ya covered.

Warm Winter Salad

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With a New Year often comes resolutions, or rather goals… some of them are lofty and some mere lifestyle changes.  Regardless of how wild or realistic your resolutions, we are confident we can help keep you on track.  Healthy eating doesn’t need to be all drab diets and crazy cleanses full of listless salads, murky smoothies, and lack luster mains.  No, it can be invigorating, delicious, and easy!  This warm winter salad is perfectly seasonal with sweet potato, beets, carrots… and local too, even better.  AND, it’s warm so you can still feel cozy on those chilly January eves without breaking the calorie bank.  Eat as a main or as a side to lean protein and you’re set!

Market Sourced Ingredients

1 small sweet potato (about 8 ounces), cut into 1-inch pieces

3 multi-colored carrots, peeled and cut into 3/4-inch pieces

3 small red beets & 1 golden beet, peeled and cut into 3/4-inch pieces (candy cane beets are a gorgeous variety when in season)

1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil

1/4 cup pistachios

2 1/2 tablespoons red wine vinegar (you can add an extra splash if you’d like a bigger kick)

2 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley

Sea salt and freshly ground pepper

Preheat the oven to 425°. In a cookie sheet,  roast the sweet potato and beets for about 45 minutes, turning once or twice, until tender and lightly browned in spots.  Peel when cooled; slice beets  thinly and cube the sweet potato.

Winter Salad Collage

Meanwhile, slice the carrots thinly using a mandoline or hand held slicer. And prepare the pomegranate seeds.  Set aside.

Mix the olive oil, red wine vinegar, honey, parsley, and salt & pepper in a mason jar and give it a good shake.

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Drizzle the dressing on the vegetables to coat. Add pistachios. Season with flaked salt and freshly ground black pepper and serve immediately or at room temperature.