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10 Tasty Dips for Homegating

Dips are a homegating classic! They are an easy-to-eat food, perfect for cheering on your favorite sports team on game day! Here are 10 mouthwatering dip recipes you can try for your next homegating event!

1. 5-Minute Million Dollar Dip

Five minutes and five ingredients is all you need to make this million dollar dip! Get the recipe here from The Recipe Critic.

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Mollie’s Picks for New Year’s Eve | Caviar, Charcuterie, & Sparking Wines

New’s Year Eve is one of the most happening evenings of the year – whether you’re out and about partying with friends and family or entertaining at home, here are Mollie Stone’s Markets’ picks to make your holiday celebration a fabulous one!

California Caviar:

Caviar is one of the most popular New Year’s Eve foods. It can be served at any gathering, big or small, and offers that strong savory kick that pairs well with all that sparkling wine. You may be ..read more

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Introducing our New Grilled Cheeses, Mollie Melts

You know what goes great with a foggy chilly San Francisco day—a Mollie Melt. Who doesn’t love an oozing tasty grilled cheese sandwich?

Our Executive Chef experimented to find the very best Mollie Melt flavor combos and then grilled these sandwiches to perfection. They’re now available at all Mollie Stone’s Markets locations except Sausalito.

Have one of these masterpieces for your next meal: 

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Mollie’s Traveling Chefs, A Pop-Up Kitchen

Mollie Stone’s will be hosting our very first series of pop-up lunches around the Bay Area at our different locations. Find Mollie’s Traveling Chefs at their pop-up tents outdoors firing up the grill this summer! See the current schedule above. We’ll be serving up delicious grilled sandwiches like Pesto Portobello Mushroom, Smokey BBQ Aioli Chicken Breast, Roasted Red Pepper Honey Aioli Tri-Tip and more. If you’re not a fan of sandwiches, we’ll also be offering these gourmet proteins as plates.

See you soon!

 

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Haig’s Delicacies: Bringing the Mediterranean to the Bay Area

It’s hard to believe, but it wasn’t always easy to find good falafel in San Francisco. An Armenian immigrant named Haig changed that when he opened his small shop in 1956. On a popular corner in the Richmond District, Haig began serving traditional Mediterranean foods and selling rare international spices, coffees, teas and gifts. His shop was one of the first to sell falafel sandwiches in the city, and chef and writer James Beard was a frequent visitor.

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MONSTER ALERT: The Bay Tripper, over a kilo of yum!

Meet the Bay Tripper. This colossal sandwich serves 4-8 people and weighs 2 3/4 lbs, which means it is perfect for any adventure: picnics, parties, hikes, rafting trips, wine tasting, sporting events…you name it!

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Savor a one-of-a-kind combination of mouthwatering flavors. We slather an entire loaf of Napa Valley Rustic Bread with homemade Garlic Pesto Mayo, then stack on bold 3 Pepper Colby Jack cheese, Mollie’s Own Roast Beef, Oven Gold Turkey, salty crushed Fritos, savory red and yellow marinated ..read more

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Five Prosciutto Wrapped Apps

If you’re looking for new ways to enjoy all of the produce available this season, we’re here to help along with a very versatile ingredient: prosciutto. This dry-cured ham is usually served uncooked and sliced into paper thin pieces. Its delicate, slightly salty taste provides a great contrast to sweet summer fruit and accentuates the flavor of fresh veggies.

Keep reading for five of our favorite fruits and vegetables to combine with prosciutto.

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How To Build A Perfect Charcuterie Plate

Prounounced “shahr-kyut-uh-ree,” the French word charcuterie describes cooked, cured and smoked meats such as bacon, ham, sausage, pâté and dry-cured meats. With so many delectable types to choose from, it’s easy to put together a showstopping charcuterie plate as the centerpiece for home entertaining. The key to a “perfect” charcuterie plate is simply variety and balance. Use this as your guide to building a charcuterie plate, and be creative!