Category: Holiday

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco De Mayo Mango Salsa!

¡Feliz Cinco De Mayo de nuestra familia a la tuya!

Celebrate with a savory and sweet party in a bowl, a fresh mango salsa!

Here’s how to make it!

Ingredients

3 cups diced mango, diced 1 cup tomatoes, diced 1 teaspoon jalapeños, minced 1 clove of garlic, minced 1/4 cup shallots (1/8-inch dice) 1 large avocado, diced 1/4 cup lime juice Small pinch of sea salt (or to taste)

Instructions

In a medium mixing bowl combine mango, tomatoes, jalapeños, garlic and shallots. Add diced avocado and lime juice. Gently stir ..read more
Easter

Natural Egg Dye Alternatives!

It’s the season for dyed eggs! Look no further than your local Mollie Stone’s Produce Department. Our fresh selection is full of natural dyes. Use this year’s spring celebration to educate about the benefits of egg dye alternatives!

MATERIALS

      • Natural dyeing agents (red cabbage,         turmeric, onion skins, and beets )       • 3-quart pot (or larger)       • White vinegar       • Small bowls       • 1 ..read more

Easter, Passover, Recipes

Step Into Spring With Mollie’s Frittata

Made with savory herbs and julienned zucchinis, squash and peppers this dish is sure to be a brunch favorite!

Here’s how to make it…

INGREDIENTS

      • 3 Zucchinis,  3 Crookneck Squash, 1 Red and 1 Green Pepper (Julienne Cut)

      • 1 Cup of Onion 1/4” dice

      • 1/4 of 1 bunch of Parsley (Chopped)

      • 12 Eggs

      • 1 Cup of Cream

      • ..read more

St. Patrick's Day, Wine, Spirits, & Beer

Wake up with Irish Coffee

Top of the mornin’! Since St. Patrick’s Day is on a Sunday this year, why not start your morning with an Irish Coffee.

Here’s how to make it:

1 shot or to taste of Tullamore D.E.W:

Triple distilled and patiently aged in both ex-bourbon and sherry casks, resulting in a smooth and gentle complexity.

Hot coffee:

We won’t even get started here on which coffee to use, just make sure it’s of a good quality.  If you like it strong, ..read more

Bakery, St. Patrick's Day

Our Mollie’s Famous Irish Soda Bread

Why is Soda Bread synonymous with the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day? In the 1800s, bread in Ireland was made at home rather than in bakeries. The flour the Irish used was from soft wheat which is naturally low in gluten and does not interact well with yeast, using baking soda instead.

Our version of Soda Bread adds butter and Raisins which make this treat so much more delicious. Traditionally these more indulgent additions were only used for special ..read more

Holiday, New Year's, Wine

Who’s Bringing the Bubbly?

Mollie’s Wine of the Week: Montechiara Prosecco

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 ..read more

Halloween, Recipes

The Cutest & Scariest Mummy Meatballs on a Stick | Halloween Recipe Favorites for Kids and Adults

Mac and Cheese is a long-time favorite of millions of people. There’s something about this comfort food that not only brings us back to our childhood, but reminds us of how food can be simple and delicious. While I enjoy Mac and Cheese all year-round, Fall is one of my favorite times of year to enjoy this old-fashioned favorite. It can be eaten for lunch, dinner, at parties, and I’ll admit, I’ve had it for breakfast too! It’s sooo good! ..read more