Nothing says summer like a juicy peach, a fresh ear of corn or a vine-ripe tomato. Or how about your pick of fragrantly delicious citrus fruits during the winter months? Eating what’s in season brings you closer to your food on several fronts:
Have Tabasco sauce, will travel! Whatever your passion, from mild to hot, chili peppers spice up cuisine found worldwide from Mexico to Thailand. Beyond the heat, chili peppers also provide health benefits. Check out what chili peppers can do for you.
As snack foods go, popcorn is a prime pick! Surprisingly, popcorn has several health-promoting benefits including curbing your appetite and supplying antioxidants, all for only 30 calories per cup air-popped.
This Father’s Day, get to the meat of the matter and give dad a gift he can sink his teeth into—charcuterie! Enter our Father’s Day Giveaway on Facebook for your chance to win a Petite Charcuterie Tray made fresh by our cheese specialists.
Savor all your favorite summertime flavors with our spectacular summer Field Guide, available in stores now! Featuring hot new recipes, cool cocktails, BBQ best practices and more, this guide has all sorts of sensational summer inspiration, and it’s FREE!
If you love the unique, high-quality goods of Williams Sonoma and the convenience of one-stop shopping, we’ve got great news for you. Celebrating our shared dedication to quality, style and good taste, we are now an exclusive partner of Williams Sonoma, which means you can find a variety of their premium products right here in our stores. It’s a match made in culinary heaven!
Picnic time is here again and we’re giving away some goodies to help your skin stay healthy with all that fun in the sun! As part of our latest giveaway, four lucky winners will each receive a collection of Trilipiderm skincare products.
The likes of raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and other summertime berries are sweet nutritional delights. Each 1-cup serving of berries packs about 50% plus of vitamin C needs and a third of fiber needs in only 60 calories or less!
This Mother's Day give the mom in your life a bouquet (almost) as beautiful as she is with our Mother’s Day Bouquet Giveaway on Facebook! In honor of moms and all they do, we're giving away three beautiful bouquets fresh from our floral department!
Peter Piper may have picked a peck of pickled peppers, but we think he might have missed a few! Along with the classics like Anaheim, jalapeño, habanero and a rainbow of organic sweet bell peppers, there's a wide variety of other peppers to pick, including some of these sweet and spicy favorites.
Dyeing eggs is a fun way to celebrate Easter with the whole family. If you like all the colors but not all the chemicals, try making your own dyes using everyday foods from your pantry! Not only do these dyes create unique and vibrant colors, they’re also completely natural.
Just in time for filling all your Easter baskets, we’re excited to announce our sweet new spring fundraiser! Now through Easter Sunday, April 16, half the proceeds from every purchase of See's Candies will benefit the local nonprofit, Sonoma Valley Education Foundation!
From perfect pairings to a succulent centerpiece, we’ve got everything you need to make your spring celebration a success—including a free Spring Entertaining Guide! Just in time for all your spring fling planning, this free and festive guide is chock full of our latest seasonal offerings and is available in stores now.
Mark your calendars… the Sonoma International Film Festival is about to roll out the red carpet for its 20th year! From March 29–April 2, 2017, this fantastic event will feature more than 100 films—including independent features, documentaries, world cinema and short films from more than 20 countries—screened in intimate venues within walking distance of Sonoma's historic plaza.
We’re excited to announce that Sonoma and Glen Ellen Village Markets’ parent company, Nugget Markets, has earned a spot on FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list once again! For the 12th year in a row, the local, family-owned grocer has made its way into the top 35 companies, coming in at #30 this year.
While many of us may go months if not years without seeing the ocean, one thing is clear: eating fish and other seafood from the ocean on a regular basis optimizes health. The US Department of Agriculture recommends in the 2015-20 Dietary Guidelines that eating 2 weekly servings (3-4 ounces each) of seafood boosts health thanks to an array of omega-3 fats and many other key nutrients.
Mardi Gras is just around the corner, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with a traditional New Orleans-style King Cake! Locally made and over the top delicious, Ettore’s King of Cakes is fabulously rich, festive and perfect for a party!
February is National Heart Month, and with all the hearts and love going around, it’s the perfect time to show some extra love to your own heart! A healthy diet and exercise are essential to maintaining heart health, and the nutrients in certain foods like olive oil, salmon and berries makes them extra helpful in taking care of your heart.
Heart Health Month is here and we’re celebrating with a Heart-Healthy Art Contest just for kids! While this special video and contest are designed for children ages 3-11, kids of all ages can benefit from learning how to treat their heart right! Start by watching the video to see how you can help take care of your heart with heart-healthy foods and activities.
This Valentine’s Day, treat your special someone to something really sweet—candy for a cause! As part of our latest candy drive, a portion of the proceeds from purchases of See's Candies will benefit the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance.
Finger foods are a favorite at any party, and especially when football is involved. If you’re looking for some simple and tasty snacking ideas, drop by our deli for all sorts of finger-licking appetizers fresh from our kitchen!
Mandarins are an easy-peel citrus fruit that make great take-along snacks. Plus, they’re packed with plenty of vitamin C—more than 100% of needs in only 40 calories. Studies show vitamin C from this citrus family may help protect the body’s DNA from damage caused by air pollution and everyday wear and tear.