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Fresh News — November 15, 2007

In Our Produce Dept

This salad would be an attractive addition to your Thanksgiving dinner. Crisp romaine, apples, walnuts, and feta cheese make a tasty combination. Toss in some dried cranberries for that Thanksgiving flair!

In Our Seafood Dept

Fresh Oysters
East Coast hand-shucked oysters are arriving daily for the Thanksgiving feast. These large "select" oysters come from the cold waters of Chesapeake Bay and are plump and full of flavor - just perfect for that oyster dressing or scalloped oyster side dish.

In Our Meat Dept

Don't Forget to Order Your DLM Fresh Free-Range Turkey!

Cooking Your Turkey
The Food Safety and Inspection Service branch of the USDA has issued a new recommendation for a single minimum internal temperature requirement for safely cooked poultry. Scientific research indicates that foodborne pathogens and viruses are destroyed when poultry is cooked to an internal temperature of 165°F. Please note that there is much printed material in circulation that has the old "safe cooking recommendations", including the bags that our DLM turkeys are packaged in.

À La Carte Menu - Everything Prepared From Scratch

Let us help make the holidays a little less stressful by preparing some (or all) of your Thanksgiving Day meal. Choose from a delicious assortment including Corn Pudding, Sweet Potato Casserole, Green Beans Amandine, Cranberry-Orange-Walnut Relish, Old-Fashioned Cornbread Dressing, and Turkey Gravy. To ensure your satisfaction, please order by tomorrow, November 16.

In Our Beer & Wine Dept

Selecting your Thanksgiving Day Wine
When selecting a wine for your Thanksgiving turkey there are a few things to keep in mind. Rule number one is to consider the flavor of turkey. It is fairly simple, but add some spice and flavorful stuffing, and you have some complexity on your side. If you go the standard route, a nice Sauvignon Blanc or dry Gewürztraminer will work well, but don't forget about lighter reds such as Pinot Noir and Beaujolais. If you choose to spice it up and use an aggressive stuffing, the possibilities are greater. Step up the flavor of the wine to match the food: Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Barbera are some nice bets. Also it would be a shame to discount some great "dry" rosés, as they tend to be the perfect accompaniment to "the bird."

In Our Grocery Dept

Honestly Better® Grandma Tobias Pies
Our pies are made with an all-natural butter crust and preservative-free filling. Don't forget to order your Grandma Tobias fruit, pumpkin, and pecan pies for the holidays. Let us make your Thanksgiving Day meal easier with homemade goodies from the DLM Bakery.


Bread Baskets
While you're placing your bakery order, consider one of our edible Bread Baskets filled with two dozen assorted rolls. Use it as an eye-catching centerpiece before your guests gobble it up! Please order by Sunday, November 18 • $12.99


New! Homemade Caramels
These melt-in-your-mouth caramels are made for us by the Knudsen family of Minnesota. The hand-made caramels are made with the finest ingredients, such as Hawaiian pure cane brown sugar and pure butter. With no preservatives, these delicious caramels are just like Grandma use to make. Bet you can't eat just one!

In Our Specialty Cheese Dept

New! DLM Italian Mini Toasts
We import our Italian Mini Toasts from Torino, where Italian bread sticks and toast originated. They are made with extra-virgin olive oil and are free of trans fats. Enjoy them with our DLM Cheese Spreads, Deli meats, chopped tomatoes and basil, or straight from the bag. 4.2 oz • 2 for $6.00 save $1.98 on 2 with Club DLM 2.U card through Tuesday, November 27.

In Our Grocery Dept

Holiday Candies by New England Cranberry Company
New England Cranberry was founded in Massachusetts in 1994 with the goal of creating innovative, natural, healthy, and exciting cranberry products that made great use of their state's native crop. The creamy White Chocolate Bark with Cranberries & Orange Peel make the perfect hostess gift or party favor. But once you taste it, you won't really want to give it up! Another delightful candy for your Thanksgiving Day table is their Cranberry Bites, which are dark chocolate-covered cranberries providing a fantastic combination of sweet and tart.


New! Snapple Antioxidant Water
Snapple has gone to a new level by enhancing their water with vitamins and electrolytes. This line offers a smart solution that improves energy, helps restore the body, and supports a healthy immune system. Snapple Antioxidant Water features seven unique flavors inspired by nature's "super fruits," including pomegranates and açai berries. The antioxidants, vitamins, and electrolytes in each flavor provide a variety of benefits for the body. 20 oz • $1.00 save 49¢ with Club DLM 2.U card through Tuesday, November 27.

In Our Healthy Living Dept

Joint Pain? Guaranteed Relief! That's right…new FlexNow, which contains one of nature's most powerful inflammation fighters, guarantees improved joint health within 30 days! Rich in triterpenes, the active ingredient in FlexNow, known as SheaFlex75, is derived from the shea nut of the African Karite tree (don't worry, no nut allergy ingredients). This patented formula is backed up by clinical studies that demonstrated its effectiveness in reducing inflammation. FlexNow softgels, which are hypoallergenic and gluten free, are available at our Washington Square and Springboro locations.

At Our School of Cooking

The Tastes of Hanukkah!
The tastes and smells of Hanukkah are steeped in both the traditional foods of Jewish communities and the miracle of the oil that lasted eight days. In this class, we'll venture beyond the traditional sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts) and latkes (potato pancakes) and explore gourmet alternatives. We will also learn how the foods reflect the story of the holiday. These recipes will be a great addition to any Hanukkah or seasonal celebration and a special treat for family and friends. Simone Sofian and Chef Jeff Blumer's menu includes Gefilte Fish and Horseradish; Stewed Beef and Mushrooms; Sweet Potato Latkes with Apple Cranberry Compote; Red Cabbage and Pecan Salad; Assorted Vegetable Pickles; and for dessert, Simone's Israeli recipe for Sufganiyot.