Musings at Central Market

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Maryn was inspired to share this with us. "No one in my family works for Town and Country Markets," she said, "We just shop and eat." Since that applies to most of us, we think you'll appreciate Maryn's Musings.

Everything to make homemade pizza.  Photo by Maryn Wynne.
 By Maryn Wynne

How lucky we are to have Central Market in Shoreline.

I shop a lot at Central Market, in fact I’m there almost every day. Trying to come up with interesting, healthy and gluten free meals for my family, I am often found wandering the grocery aisles reading labels, trying to put together something tasty and appealing. My first stop is often the Culinary Resource where every day they have cooking demonstrations and recipes. Check them out Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6:30 pm and Saturday/Sunday 9 am to 5:30 pm. I am looking forward to sampling Curried Pumpkin and Apple Soup this Sunday.

Between the freezer and dairy aisles they have a great display to highlight this month’s theme in their newsletter, Imagine the Pizzabilities! This is a great display and I was inspired to take some photos. It’s colorful and yummy, coaxing me to make some homemade pizza. It shows everything you might want to make perfect homemade pizzas. Here we see a variety of crusts, dough, and behind in the freezer case, two brands of gluten-free pizza crust. There are pizza pans and stones, lots of cheese and graters, a wide variety of meats and vegetable toppings. In the aisle in front of the display is a great organic beer to wash the pizza down. This is all put together with care by Central Market staff.

At checkout you can find the October newsletter with tips on pizza making, recipes and products to explore.

You won't see Central Market ads in your Wednesday junk mail pile but can get weekly emails sent to you with specials, the Culinary Resource Center schedule, and the monthly newsletter, What’s Fresh. Check out their website to sign up for these plus lots of additional information such as recipes and the gluten-free directory of products and shopping guide.


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