Can you believe it? We’ve made it through another holiday season and now it’s nearly time to bid adieu to 2017. Whether you’re hosting a grand soiree or staying at home to watch the ball drop from afar, our Wine of the Week is a perfect addition to your New Year’s Eve celebration.
In my mind, there’s nothing more fitting for a New Year’s Eve celebration than a chilled flute of refreshing and delicious bubbly.
Let us introduce you to one of our favorite sparkling options and our Wine of the Week: The Montechaira Prosecco.
The Montechaira Prosecco is a well-balanced sparkling wine from Veneto, Italy. It has citrus flavors and floral notes. This prosecco is Extra Dry, which gives it a more firm palate presence, good acidity, and bright freshness that makes it seem more like a Brut while lengthening the finish. It also pairs very well with appetizers, fish and white meats.
Did we mention that this prosecco is also an incredible value? At $11.99 per 750ml bottle, you can be sure to keep your guests feeling bubbly well into 2018!
From all of us at Mollie Stone’s Markets, we wish you a safe, healthy, and very happy New Year!
A bright, healthy and zesty appetizer dish for your next party!
4 Medium-sized beets (we used golden beets)
2 Baguettes sliced (1/2 inch thick)
Head of roasted garlic cloves
Extra-virgin olive oil
1 pack (5 oz) Chevre Honey Goat Milk Cheese
8 oz Cream cheese
Grated zest of 3 lemons
Salt and pepper to taste.
Entertain in style with these beautiful and delicious Holiday cheese pairings:
Foggy Morning + Raspberry Jelly
This 100% organic farmstead cow’s milk cheese from Nicasio Valley Cheese company is a little tangy, soft and spreadable. Foggy Morning is extremely delicate and fluffy with a sour cream aroma that plays off the sweetness of the rose petals in Can Bech’s raspberry jelly. Tasting this combo is like what we imagine walking on clouds feels like. Continue reading →
It’s your last month to enjoy Fall flavors and we’re not talking about pumpkin spice lattes—we’re talking getting into the spirit with spirits. Here are 10 tasty and festive drinks for your next holiday get-together:
So you LOVE cheese and you feel like you’re ready to move ontothe next level of the cheese world BUT where do you even begin? We know how you feel, the cheese world can be overwhelming! There are stinky cheeses, moldy cheeses, soft cheeses, cave-aged cheeses and so much more…
We’ve picked five cheeses for the beginner cheese connoisseur— an introduction to the world of fine cheeses:
This summer, it’s oyster heaven at Mollie Stone’s! Picture this: sitting in your backyard, enjoying the warm summer breeze while slurping on some fresh cold oysters. Doesn’t that sound AMAZING? That’s right, you can skip the long drive out to Tomales Bay—enjoy fantastic, just-shucked oysters in the comfort of your own home. Continue reading →
One of the hottest food trends right now is eating raw. So what about raw milk cheeses?
This may be to your surprise, but it’s likely you are already eating raw milk cheeses. For hundreds of years, traditional European cheese recipes have used only raw milk. Often you will find that raw milk cheeses are sharper and more defined in taste. That’s because when milk is heated or pasteurized, much of the good bacteria (which create the rich flavors in cheese) are killed. In fact, certain cheeses are only legally certified if made with raw milk, such as Gruyere and Parmigiano-Reggiano. France’s AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) and Italy’s DOP (Denominazione di Origine Protetta) define the region, production and maturation process for many European cheeses. Though less common, you can also find raw milk cheeses produced in the United States. Continue reading →
This savory, cheesy and comforting Twice Baked Potato Casserole is the perfect supporting side dish for a Standing Rib Roast or Ham on your holiday table. The beauty of this recipe is that you can do all the prep the day before, then pop it in the oven before dinner while you enjoy the company of your guests. nike lebron low st
Tip: Everyone loves bacon. Cook up more than you’ll need for the recipe, and save it for later to enjoy in omelets or a salad.