Savor a delicious holiday season with inspiring meal solutions from The Fresh Market
Specialty grocer offers recipes, heat-and-eat main courses, sides, desserts and more
Thursday, December 7, 2017 —
‘Tis the season to gather ‘round the table with friends, family and loved ones, and The Fresh Market is helping guests prepare delicious, memorable meals with ease! The specialty grocery store released an inspiring 2017 holiday guide that showcases meal solutions, easy entertaining ideas, cooking and baking resources—all with exceptional, carefully-curated ingredients. Those looking for even more time-saving options can benefit from easy holiday meal ordering, perfect for gatherings big and small!
The Fresh Market’s Holiday Highlights:
The Main Event
Build the holiday meal around a show-stopping main course! A yuletide favorite, standing rib roast makes for a great centerpiece. The Fresh Market carries USDA prime and premium choice beef, which accounts for the highest-quality beef in the country. Standing rib roast is tender, juicy and available for pre-order.
Create a truly memorable meal with seasoned or unseasoned French cut rack of lamb. Free-range, antibiotic and hormone-free, and fed a 100 percent vegetable diet, The Fresh Market rack of lamb makes for a culinary masterpiece. Spiral-sliced honey ham is another seasonal favorite—doubled-glazed with honey and brown sugar and smoked over hickory hardwood for sweet and savory flavor. Order ahead to ensure these popular dishes make it on the table this holiday season!
An extraordinary entrée, easy-to-cook, premium choice or USDA prime beef tenderloin is a delicious way to impress a hungry crowd without spending hours in the kitchen. Experienced butchers at The Fresh Market are ready to trim and tie the whole tenderloin, or slice it into filet mignon steaks according to guests’ preferences.
Lighten up the holiday menu with a flavorful catch! Impress guests with wild-caught lobster tails, fresh from the cold waters of the North Atlantic.
Premium shellfish, including all-natural wild American shrimp, tender dry sea scallops, Chesapeake Bay middleneck clams and shucked Chesapeake oysters also make delicious additions to the holiday table.
To help guests save time, The Fresh Market offers ready-to-eat side items with quality ingredients like crisp veggies, ripe fruits and savory spices. Dishes that will make everyone go back for seconds include corn soufflé, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, mashed sweet potatoes and cranberry walnut relish.
Pre-sliced vegetables offer a speedy shortcut in the kitchen! Fresh favorites are available on-the-go to use in delicious recipes from The Fresh Market, including radicchio and beet noodle salad, brown sugar Brussels sprouts and butternut squash soup—all available online at thefreshmarket.com/shortcuts.
When it comes to crafting a praise-worthy cheese board, The Fresh Market offers an extensive selection of American artisanal and European cheeses, as well as delicious accompaniments. In-house cheese specialists are always available to suggest varieties based on taste, budget and seasonality. For cheese platter tips, tricks and recommendations, pick up a cheese guide in store or visit thefreshmarket.com/cheeseguide.
The Fresh Market bakery makes it easy to indulge in traditional holiday desserts, from classic cakes to scrumptious pies—including red velvet cake rolls, yule logs and apple crisp pies—all crafted with classic, quality ingredients for a merry medley of flavors.
For the ultimate shortcut, guests can enjoy The Fresh Market holiday meal ordering program, available online or in store through December 21 at 2 p.m. EST. Choose from a Traditional, Essential or Deluxe Holiday Dinner along with a variety of savory sides, including smoky green beans in bacon sauce; lasagna; sweet potato soufflé; and salmon and trout roe. All complete meals, à la carte sides and show-stopping meats can be placed at thefreshmarket.com/holiday. Pick up is available in-store between December 22 and 24.
Find The Fresh Market’s complete holiday guide at thefreshmarket.com/holiday.