July 14, 2019
Here’s a fun twist on quesadillas from the folks at Spicy Southern Kitchen that’s easy to put together and will make for a memorable meal.  You’ll find many of the ingredients on special this week at Fresh Madison Market. Here’s what you’ll need:   •    butter •    vegetable oil •    1 onion, sliced •    1 green bell pepper, sliced •    1 1/4 teaspoons seasoned salt, divided •    1/2 teaspoon pepper, divided
July 14, 2019
In 1978, you could put $5 in an envelope and get back a correspondence course on how to make ice cream.  That $5 was the very beginnings of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream.  They then scraped together the money needed to open an ice cream shop in an old gas station in Burlington, Vermont.  Their commitment to making “the best possible ice cream in the best possible way” was in place on day one.  And the public loved them for it.  Soon, Ben & Jerry would outgrow their small converted gas station to keep up with demand.  From Vermont…to New England…to the rest of the country…people just could
July 7, 2019
This week at Fresh Madison Market HelloFresh Meal Kits are $2 off, so dinner is already set!  We think you’ll love how easy (and fresh!) these meal kits are.  It’s a big time-saver, and the food is fresh and so delicious!  For dessert, we’re going to help you put together an irresistible cherry pie found at Taste of Home.  Since our Washington Rainier Cherries are just $3.99 /lb, it’s affordable too! Here’s what you’ll need:   1-1/4 cups sugar 1/3 cup cornstarch
July 7, 2019
Somewhere between the 16th and 17th centuries in Poland, the “bajgiel” became a regular part of the cuisine in the Jewish communities.  Bagels made their way across Europe and eventually to New York City.  By 1900, the “bagel brunch” was a regular occurrence with bagels served with lox, cream cheese, capers, tomato, and onion.  Today, bagels are a popular favorite in almost every country and throughout virtually every culture.  The Original Bagel from The Patient Bakers is one of our favorite brands here at Fresh Madison Market.  What began as a fresh bagel supplier to local stores in 1995
June 30, 2019
As we get ready for the Fourth of July, Fresh Madison Market has specials this week to make an All-American Independence Day picnic.  Seedless watermelon are just $2.99 each, 12-packs of Pepsi products are 3 for $10, we have buy-one-get-one-free bags of Lays Potato Chips, and the star of the grill…85% lean ground beef patties are just $2.99 a pound. Today we look at the top 9 most popular burger toppings, according to Ranker.com. #9:  Grilled Onions #8:  Dill Pickles #7:  Mayonnaise #6:  Tomato #5:  Ketchup #4:  Fresh Onions
June 30, 2019
Minute Maid began from a company that was working on ways to preserve food to be sent to the troops in World War II.  Being able to turn fresh fruit into powder form was revolutionary at the time and, as military history buffs will tell you, an army travels on its stomach.  This research began in 1945, and before a drop of juice (or can of powder) could be shipped, the war ended and “The National Research Corporation” became known to us all as Minute Maid.  But this isn’t a story about powder.  This is a story about fresh juice.  At Fresh Madison Market, we put the word “fresh” right there
June 23, 2019
Straight from the pros at Johnsonville comes one of their more popular recipes.  This one is full of butter, beer, and of course Johnsonville Brats.  Remember, Johnsonville Brats in a 12-14 ounce package are FREE this week at Fresh Madison Market!  Let’s get started! Your shopping list:
June 23, 2019
The Packers, supper clubs, and towns named Oconomowoc are things that every true Wisconsinite understands completely.  But every once in a while, we let a little of our great state sneak out and get shared with the rest of the country.  That’s the inspired story of Ralph and Alice Stayer who opened a butcher shop in a little town just outside of Sheboygan.  They named the shop after their home community, Johnsonville and did what came naturally.  They made sausage from a 19th-century family recipe that made its way from Austria.  It quickly became known as the sausage with the “big taste,”
June 16, 2019
Every city from Phoenix to Cleveland has its own take on barbecue sauce.  But it’s been said that the city of St. Louis consumes more barbecue sauce per capita than any other city.  We won’t ever solve the debate of which city has the “best” sauce, but since St. Louis Style Pork Spare Ribs are on special this week for just $2.49/lb, let’s pair them with the sauce made famous by the Gateway City. To make St. Louis style barbecue sauce, we turn to this 5-star recipe from Genius Kitchen  
June 16, 2019
Hummus is a simple mixture that has been used for centuries.  Dozens of regions around the world have a slightly different take on it, but no matter how it comes together, hummus is remarkably good for you.

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