SWEET TRADITION: The tradition of eating 12 grapes at midnight comes from Spain—one grape for every chime of the clock! PRODUCE
CHEESE & CHARCUTERIE: As you meander through our stores, get creative and pull together your own charcuterie & cheese tray. MEAT/THE DLM CHEESE SHOP/DELI
GET THE RECIPE: Wassail is an English punch-like drink meaning “good health.”
GET THE RECIPE: DLM Brioche with Caviar.
ELEGANT OYSTERS: Always in style, see what varieties we are featuring and reserve yours now! SEAFOOD
POMEGRANATE & APPLES DIPPED IN HONEY: Sweet foods hint to a sweet year with this Rosh Hashanah tradition.
COMING FULL CIRCLE: Eating any ring-shaped treat (such as a DLM Donut or Unique’s Round Pretzels) symbolizes coming full circle and good fortune.
PORK & SAUERKRAUT: Call it superstition or perhaps just a hankering for this memorable combo. This long-standing tradition is said to bring good luck. Try our duBreton Pork & Barrel-Cured Sauerkraut.
CITRUS: In China, citrus is given as a wish of prosperity. Added bonus is that it boosts your immune system.
GET THE RECIPE: Black eyed peas are a southern staple for welcoming the new year.
WALKERS SHORTBREAD: In Scotland, New year’s Eve is known as Hogmanay and it’s custom for the first person to enter a home in the new year to bring a gift, like shortbread (or whiskey).