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How to Carve a Turkey

How to Carve a Turkey

Carve your holiday turkey like a pro with these easy tips from Chef Casey, one of our talented chefs de cuisine at Nugget Markets!

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illustration of fall produce with text: plan ahead. shop early. go solo.

Holiday Shopping How-To

The holidays are fast approaching, and to help avoid the crowds, we encourage you to be an early bird when it comes to grocery shopping! Unlike other holiday seasons, this year we will likely run into times when we have to limit the number of guests in our store to allow for social distancing. Here are some ways to make your holiday shopping simpler, safer and easier.

New Guest Face
Covering Policy

Based on current CDC recommendations, all Sonoma Market associates are required to wear face masks while on the clock, and are given fresh face masks at the beginning of their shifts. All Sonoma Market guests are also required to wear a face covering, mask or scarf that is covering both nose and mouth while shopping in our stores. Thank you for your understanding.

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Pan-Roasted Turkey Breast with Caramelized Root Vegetables

Carrots, parsnips and turnips show off the flavors of fall when paired with a pan-roasted turkey breast. Searing the breast first locks in the juices; flavor develops during a roast in the oven.

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Daily Dish & What We’re Doing for You

  1. variety of willamette pies

    Pie in the Sky

    Holiday desserts are as easy as pie (or tarts!) when you drop by Sonoma Market’s bakery. From traditional classics like pumpkin or pecan to fruity favorites like apple or marionberry, we have a variety of sweet, seasonal treats both made in-house and from other artisan bakeries that are sure to delight. Whether for a special celebration or any old Tuesday, it’s always a good day for pie!

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  2. In the MOOd for Nog

    Clover Sonoma Organic Eggnog

    Are you in the MOOd for something delicious? ‘Tis the season for Clover Sonoma Organic Eggnog! Like all their products, these premium nogs are made locally and sustainably with the Clover Promise of Excellence. Clover Sonoma is a B-Corporation with an unwavering commitment to offering exceptional dairy products since 1916.

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  3. CEO Eric Stille with store logos and text: plan ahead. shop early. go solo.

    A Letter from Our President: Happy Thanksgiving

    Dear guests, 
     
    Happy Thanksgiving! I hope this month is treating you and your families well so far. Even in times like these, we still have so much to be grateful for. We, for example, are thankful for our wonderful guests like you, and our amazing associates who make everything we do possible!

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  4. Holiday Cheers!

    Seasonal drinks are one of our favorite parts of winter—not only do they warm us up from the inside out, they also provide an infusion of holiday cheer! Drop by our coffee and juice bar to try some of our new festive drinks along with yearly favorites. Just remember, these sweet sips are only available for a limited time, so make sure to enjoy them while you can!

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  5. Diestel Family Ranch, Sonora, California

    At Nugget Markets, we have local turkey love for Diestel Family Ranch and we’re proud to partner our family with theirs. For more than 70 years, this family business has been dedicated to raising better birds for everyday enjoyment and a delicious Thanksgiving. 

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