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 Real food

 Local, Community

 Reduce, Reuse, then Recycle

No matter the case, real, unprocessed food is better for you than food that’s been chemically modified. At our store, you won’t need to be convinced of what you’re buying. You’ll be buying real ingredients.  Learn more in.gredients is a collaborative effort between business, community, and consumers with the goal of eliminating food-related waste while supporting local businesses and farmers.  Learn more There’s no waste in nature. Waste is a human invention. As good stewards of our environment, our top priority is to reduce the amount of waste we produce and reuse what we have.  Learn More

Written by Christian Lane

November 8, 2010 at 4:06 pm

Your One Stop Shop for Gifts and Groceries 12/22/15

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Chances are you’ve still got some shopping to do for those discerning friends and final items on your gift and grocery lists, respectively. Make us your one stop shop this week with a plethora of high quality stocking stuffers and some of the tastiest, freshest in.gredients around.  Plus, we put a bunch of wines and ciders on sale to help you fill out your table with delectable fermented beverages. Treat yourself and your guests to the finest Central Texas has to offer this holiday season! 

Stocking Stuffer Ideas



Western Cedar Smudge Stick
Great Bean Mini Chocolate
Austin Honey Co Lip Balm
Woodsman Stache Wax
Herb Bar Essential Oil
Tea Tree Toothpicks
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New Gift Cards!

Our new gift cards are reloadable and reusable. 
The perfect stocking stuffer!

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This Week’s Deals



Go Local Cards
$13.00 (Save $2.00)
Kuhdoo Holiday Cheer Soap Bar
$5.00 (Save $1.00)
Upcycled Wrapping Paper

$2.69 (Save $0.30)

Gift Bags

Small $2.24 (Save $0.25)
Medium $3.59 (Save $0.40)
Wine Bag $3.59 (Save $0.40)

Cotton Gift Tags

$6.99 (Save $1.00)
Gift Boxes

$4.45 (Save $0.50)
Upcycled Sari Bags

$12.99 (Save $2.00)

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Holiday Wine Specials

Enjoy 10% off each of these stellar wines, hand-picked to complement whatever’s on the holiday menu this week.  

Sparkling Wine of the Week

McPherson
Sparkling Wine


Texas Sparkling wines are rare and this one is pretty unusual—created by McPherson’s winemaker and his brother in California. Each has a successful career but together they make a dynamic winemaking duo, creating this little number on the side. The wine has a bright acidity and just a touch of sweetness. Remember: Fizz = Fun! 

Red Wine of the Week

Texas High Plains Monte Sec
2013 Montepulciano


Deep red in color, perfumed-complex ripe aromatics of plum and blackberries, Montepulciano is medium bodied with rich, lush, expansive tannins. The Aglianico and  Barbera contribute to the firm tannins. Watch for this wine to age gracefully through 2018. Try Montepulciano with your favorite cut of beef, or your favorite
pasta with a zesty, spicy red sauce. Salute!!

White Wine of the Week

Becker Vineyards
2014 Texas Sauvignon Blanc


This white wine is full, rich and ready for even the toughest of red wine drinkers! Vines are over 20 years old and producing a near perfect white Bordeaux wine. High notes of tropical fruit, lime and perfume of white rose and apple. This wine is perfect chilled on the porch for a Texas Sunset, but be careful it maybe just perfect enough to last till sunrise! This wine was fermented in French oak as well as in cold tank, aged for 9 months prior to bottling. Crisp, fruit forward dry white wine great for all occasions.

Cider of the Week

Texas Keeper
Heirloom Small Batch Cider


Texas Keeper Heirloom is a cider blended from three classic American heirloom apples. A portion of Heirloom was aged in lightly toasted french oak contributing structure to this exceptional cider.

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Weekly Recipe

Find a ready-made kit for this in.house DIY scrub on our end cap near the milk cooler.  This would make a great gift, we promise!

Sylvia’s DIY Oats + Honey Scrub
in.gredients:

  • 1/4 cup rolled oats
  • 1/4 cup sugar or salt–when choosing sugar or salt, pick something ground finely. Coarse sea salt or turbinado sugar are usually too rough, especially if using the scrub on the face.
  • 2 tbs baking soda
  • 1/4 cup raw local honey
  • 1/4 cup moisturizing oil like sweet almond or jojoba
  • 8-10 drops of essential oils–peppermint, lavender and tea tree are all great for the skin!

in.structions

This recipe is very forgiving and easy to customize and great for sensitive skin!
  1. Put rolled oats into a food processor and grind until a fine powder is formed.
  2. Mix the ground oats, sugar/salt and baking soda in a bowl.
  3. Pour the honey and the oil onto the dry ingredients and mix with a fork.
  4. Add essential oils and mix again
Store in refrigerator for up to a week.

Recipe by Sylvia F.

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DEC 24TH 2015
9AM-2PM

DEC 25TH 2015
CLOSED

DEC 31ST 2015

9AM-8PM



JAN 1ST 2015

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Happy Hours

M-F 12pm-6pm
$1 OFF Pints
$2 OFF Pitchers

Our Community Partner

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Recurring Events

Storytime at in.gredients

No storytime next week!
Resumes 01/04/2016

Rated
“Best Children’s Free Storytime”
by the Austin Chronicle


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Rise Up Singing

Wed, 12/23, 7-9pm
Christmas Eve Day
OPEN 9am-2pm
Christmas Day
CLOSED

Promotions

Bomber of the Week

Save The World
Princepes Pacis
Tripel Ale

​Pairs with roast poultry, herbed dishes, fruity deserts, and rich cheeses like brie. A great beer for life’s many celebrations!

Coffee of the Month

Fara Coffee
Organic Holiday

The Holiday Roast is pretty special, a limited-edition medium roast sourced from their Santa Rita estate in Nicaragua.

Wunder Monday

Kombucha Happy Hour
$1 Off Every Monday

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December 22, 2015 at 7:11 pm

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Homegrown Sweet Potatoes

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Sweet potatoes are a great Texas crop.  Planted in the spring after the last frost, these herbaceous perennial vines will grow right through the summer heat with only moderate watering.  Their greens – edible if cooked – are a great locavore alternative to all those other greens that simply can’t survive the summer heat.  Plus, they make an effective (and attractive) ground cover mulch for your soil, leaving it healthy and aerated for the fall season.  But they aren’t the easiest crop to grow well.  Farmer Sue tells us how she had a bumper crop in our raised garden boxes this summer:

“Sweet potatoes grow really well in a medium of about 3 parts cedar chips to 1 part compost. No soil needed! We grew about 50 pounds in a 4×4 box with our chip/compost medium about 1 foot deep and watered daily during the summer drought. Plant them in late spring and harvest 4-6 months later. What you plant are slips, not pieces of potato. We planted 9 slips in a 4×4 box. Buy the slips from a good nursery or grow them yourself. For more information, come talk to me (I’m usually out in the garden) in the spring!”

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You can find these delicious and fresh sweet potatoes in our produce section for $1.99/lb.  Get them while supplies last!

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December 8, 2015 at 8:01 pm

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A Big Step for A Little Grocer 12/08/15

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Next time you drop by you’ll likely notice something’s different at the front counter: a new point-of-sale system! It’s destined to help us serve you better, but bear with us as we navigate the inevitable hiccups during the transition. Stay tuned for an improved loyalty program, more promotions and discounts, and fewer out of stocks. Come by this week and share some “ooohs” and “awwws” with us.  

This Week’s Deals

The celebration of Chanukah continues this week with potatoes and oils on sale.  And since it’s the Festival of Lights, we thought we’d put our salt lamps and candles on sale, too, both of which would make great gifts!



Sangre Potatoes (Top Left)

$1.99/lb (Save $0.50/lb)

Jelly Potatoes (Top Right)

$1.99/lb (Save $0.50/lb)
Organic Olive Oil

$6.89/lb (Save $0.50/lb)
Organic Sesame Oil

$5.49/lb (Save $0.50/lb)
Organic Canola Oil

$2.74/lb (Save $0.25/lb)
Organic Coconut Oil

$11.99/lb (Save $1.00/lb)
Evolution Salt Lamp 

$22.50 (Save $2.50)
Evolution Salt Candle Holder

$5.85 (Save $0.65)

Special Events

Rise Up Singing

Wed, Dec 9th 7-9pm
Every Other Wed


We gather at in.gredients every other Wednesday to share and learn songs from Rise Up Singing. Join us on the lawn around the fire pit and revisit some of your favorite camp(fire) tunes, lullabies, and standards. Bring a friend (or 3), an instrument, or just yourself.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz

Every Thurs 7-9pm

Our weekly Pub Quiz is still going strong! Don’t forget to gather a group of friends, test your brain and gain some bragging rights for the week. Quiz starts at 7pm (Some content not suitable for children)

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Back in April on the third anniversary of our garden’s dig in, Farmer Sue lead a team of volunteers to plant sweet potatoes.  This week she harvested over 50 lbs of beautiful tubers!  Read more about the lessons learned and joys of growing your own food on our blog. Then come by the store and buy some of these beauties for $1.99/lb (while supplies last)! 

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Weekly Recipe

Polenta Tamale Pie

in.gredients:

servings: makes 8

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons chili powder
  • 1 tablespoon ground cumin
  • 1 16-ounce bottle spicy salsa
  • 1 15- to 16-ounce can refried beans
  • 1 14 1/2-ounce can chicken broth
  • 1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro
  • 2 1-pound rolls prepared polenta, sliced into 1/3-inch-thick rounds
  • 3 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese



in.structions

  1. Sauté beef in heavy large pot over medium-high heat until no longer pink, breaking up meat with back of fork, about 3 minutes. Add chili powder and cumin; stir 1 minute. Add salsa, beans and broth. Simmer until mixture thickens, about 10 minutes. Mix in 1/4 cup cilantro; season with salt and pepper.
  2. Oil 13x9x2-inch glass baking dish. Place half of polenta in dish. Top with sauce and 1 1/2 cups cheese, then remaining polenta, cheese and cilantro. DO AHEAD: Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover with foil; chill.
  3. Preheat oven to 350°F. Bake freshly assembled pie, uncovered, until heated through and sauce bubbles, about 35 minutes, or bake refrigerated pie, covered, 20 minutes, then uncover and bake until heated through, about 35 minutes.
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Every Monday at 10am 
Free and open to all!

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Third Friday Square Dance
Fri, 12/18, 7-9pm

in.gredients open mic w/ Colin McDonald

Fri, 12/16, 6:30-9pm


Twin Flower Harp Ensemble performance at In.gredients
Sat, 12/19 Afternoon

Promotions

Coffee of the Month

Fara Coffee
Organic Holiday

The Holiday Roast is pretty special, a limited-edition medium roast sourced from their Santa Rita estate in Nicaragua.

Wine of the Week

Becker Vineyards
2013 Malbec

The spice on the nose jumps from the glass as if propelled by the need to put a smile on everyone’s palate. Bright cherry and brown spice followed by mild clove and black raspberry on the finish offer a true joy to this wine.

Bomber of the Week

New Braunfels Brewing Co
Blondine

A light blend of Perle and Cascade hops play well on your palate with the prominent lactic sour notes.  This bier is sour without being acidic and smooth without being sweet.  Easily pairs with citrus, sweet seafood and fowl.

Wunder Monday

Kombucha Happy Hour
$1 Off Every Monday

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December 8, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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Chanukah & Block Parties! 12/01/15

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We hope everyone had a wonderful break and spent plenty of time with friends and family but ow with Thanksgiving in the rear view we’re starting to look towards the rest of the holiday season. Next on the list is Chanukah and some of you will be taking your shamash and lighting the candles on your menorah in celebration of light and the rededication of the Holy Temple. What better way to ring it in than with latkes, oils and candles? We also have our bi-monthly Wednesday open mic and monthly First Friday Block Party to keep you busy through the weekend. 



Adjusted Hours This Week
SAT 12/5: OPENING LATE AT 12PM
MON 12/7: CLOSING EARLY AT 8PM
We’ll be installing our brand new POS system to better serve you, our loyal customers.

This Week’s Deals

in.celebration of Chanukah we’re putting some classic in.gredients on sale for the week. So get out your pans and check the recipe below because it’s time to make latkes!



Sangre Potatoes (Top Left)

$2.25/lb (Save $0.25/lb)

Jelly Potatoes (Top Right)

$1.99/lb (Save $0.25/lb)
Organic Olive Oil

$6.49/lb (Save $0.50/lb)
Organic Sesame Oil

$5.99/lb (Save $0.50/lb)
Organic Canola Oil

$2.74/lb (Save $0.25/lb)
Organic Coconut Oil

$11.99/lb (Save $1.00/lb)
Burlap Bag Candles 

$13.00 (Save $1.00)
 

Special Events

Open Mic Night w/ Colin McDonald

Every Other Wed 6:30-9pm


The all new Open Mic Night at in.gredients continues! We had a little change in the schedule the last few weeks so we’re doing one this week to get us back on track. Bring your talent and show us what you’ve got!

First Friday Block Party

Fri, December 4th 6-9pm



It’s that time of the month again! Join your friends and neighbors for our First Friday Block Party for live music, fara coffee & cane juice samples and a delicious porter on tap. They’ll be a chance to win a free massage from Devon of One Love Healing Center as well. Don’t miss out!

Staff Picks

Be sure to swing by our “Staff Pick” section to see some of our employee’s favorite products.
This week we’re showcasing Elijah and Allen’s picks.

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Weekly Recipe

Silver Dollar Latkes 

in.gredients

SERVINGS: MAKES ABOUT 24

  • ¼ cup fine plain dried breadcrumbs
  • 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • ⅛ teaspoon finely ground black pepper
  • 3 pounds russet potatoes (3 or 4), peeled
  • 1 pound onions (about 3 medium)
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 tablespoons (or more) schmaltz (chicken fat), duck fat, or vegetable oil
  • 2 tablespoons (or more) vegetable oil



in.structions

  1. Place a wire rack in a rimmed baking sheet; line with 2 layers of paper towels. Combine breadcrumbs, salt, baking powder, and pepper in a small bowl.

  2. Using the large holes of a box grater or a food processor, grate potatoes and onions. Transfer to a large kitchen towel. Gather ends of towel in each hand and twist over sink, wringing out as much liquid as possible. Open towel; toss mixture to loosen. Wring out again (excess moisture will lead to soggy latkes).

  3. Transfer potato mixture to a large bowl; add breadcrumb mixture and egg. Toss with your hands to thoroughly combine.

  4. Preheat oven to 425°. Heat 2 Tbsp. schmaltz and 2 Tbsp. oil in a large skillet over medium-high. Drop a small amount of latke mixture into skillet. If the fat sizzles around the edges, it’s ready (do not let it smoke). Working in 5 batches and adding more schmaltz and oil to skillet as needed to maintain about ⅛” fat, drop small spoonfuls of mixture into pan, pressing gently with the back of the spoon or a spatula to flatten slightly. Cook latkes, occasionally rotating pan, until golden brown and cooked through, about 2 minutes per side. (You may occasionally need to pick out stray potato bits from oil if they start to burn.) 

  5. Transfer latkes to prepared rack and let drain. Remove paper towels and bake latkes in oven until all are warmed through and recrisped, about 5 minutes.
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Recurring Events

Storytime at in.gredients

Every Monday at 10am 
Free and open to all!

Rated
“Best Children’s Free Storytime”
by the Austin Chronicle

Geeks Who Drink
Pub Quiz

Every Thurs 7-9pm

Free Zumba

Every Saturday at 10:30am



Sign up for the new event site Dojour!
 

Rise Up Singing

Wed, 12/9
7:30-9:30pm 

Third Friday Square Dance
Fri, 12/18, 7-9pm

Promotions

Coffee of the Month

Fara Coffee
Organic Holiday

The Holiday Roast is pretty special, a limited-edition medium roast sourced from their Santa Rita estate in Nicaragua.

Wine of the Week

Becker Vineyards
2013 Malbec

The spice on the nose jumps from the glass as if propelled by the need to put a smile on everyone’s palate. Bright cherry and brown spice followed by mild clove and black raspberry on the finish offer a true joy to this wine.

Bomber of the Week

New Braunfels Brewing Co
Blondine

A light blend of Perle and Cascade hops play well on your palate with the prominent lactic sour notes.  This bier is sour without being acidic and smooth without being sweet.  Easily pairs with citrus, sweet seafood and fowl.

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$1 Off Every Monday

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December 1, 2015 at 7:42 pm

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Open Thanksgiving Morning, Closed #GreenFriday 11/24/15

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We’re getting ready to take some time off to honor the season of giving thanks and making delicious food with loved ones, but you’ve still got time to swing through and grab your favorite local goodies for the dinner table.  In fact, we’ll even be open for a few hours on Thanksgiving morning for those last minute holes in your shopping list. On Friday, however, we’ll be among a small group of retailers keeping our doors closed. Whether you’re choosing to #OptOutside or stay #HomeInstead, make this a #GreenFriday.  



WEDNESDAY 11/25: 9 AM – 10 PM

THANKSGIVING 11/26: 9 AM – 1 PM

#GREENFRIDAY 11/27: CLOSED

SAT 11/28: RESUME NORMAL HOURS

This Week’s Deals



Organic Turkey Bouillon  

$6.29 (Save $0.75)

Organic Cranberry Sauce

$4.49 (Save $0.50)

Organic Canned Pumpkin

$2.99 (Save $0.50)

Organic Pumpkin Pie Spice

$0.83/oz or $13.25/lb
Palm Oil-Free Flakey Pie Crust

$6.24 (Save $0.75)
Butter Brandy Sauce

$10.99 (Save $1.00)
Local Oyster Mushrooms

$10.99/lb (Save $3.00/lb)



Chem-Free Sweet Potatoes

$2.24/lb (Save $0.25/lb)
Turkey Brining Bags

$5.99 (Save $0.50)
Organic Turkey Gravy Packets

$1.72 (Save $0.25)
Organic Sweetened Condensed Milk

$4.49 (Save $0.50)
Bulk Organic Spice Sale

10% OFF ALL MONTH!

Deer Run Longhorn Beef Soup Bones

$5.00/lb (Save $1/lb) ALL MONTH!

Special Events

Fireside Silver Screenings: Scarlet Street (1945)

TONIGHT 7-9pm 



This week we’re showing “Scarlet Street” (1945) starring Edward G. Robinson & Joan Bennett but stick around for a special late night double feature this week.



Synopsis: When a man in mid-life crisis befriends a young woman, her venal fiancé persuades her to con him out of some of the fortune she thinks he has.

Be The Perfect Guest

Thanksgiving isn’t just about hosting or cooking a big meal.  For many, it’s about visiting friends or family.  Here are five wines and beers that will make you the most popular guest at the table this year.  

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Wine

1. Haak: Madeira Blanc du Bois

Notes: Caramel color and deliciously sweet, rich flavor. Produced from the white Blanc du Bois grape.
Nuts: All nuts, mixes with fruit, honey, spices, caramel.
Cheese: Blue Cheeses.
Food: Stewed meat with sweet and spicy elements.

2. McPherson: 2013 La Herencia

It’s packed full of juicy bramble fruit, tobacco leaf, and spice. The varieties are fermented separately in stainless steel, blended, and then aged fourteen months in both new and neutral French oak.
Cheese: Cheddar (Sharp)
Food: Enjoy this wine with your favorite Texas BBQ!

3. Tranquilo 2012 Texas White Table Wine

Notes: This Texas white table wine is an excellent all around wine. Great with salmon and sweet pastries or just as an accent to an evening’s dinner. 
Cheese: Bleu, Raclette
Food: Salmon & Sweets

Beer

4. Adelbert’s: Dancin’ Monks

Notes: This clean, malty ale has a robust flavor with fruity, plum aromas. The carbonation balances the moderate sweetness from the malt, resulting in a dry and smooth finish.
Cheese: Brie, Gouda, Havarti
Food: Savory foods like barbecue, rich stews, grilled meats, and dark chocolate cake

Cider

5. Texas Keeper Cider: Heirloom

Notes: Texas Keeper Heirloom is a cider blended from three classic American heirloom apples with notes of grapefruit, white pepper, strawberries, light floral aromas and a hint of candied cherry, clove and ripe pear.
Cheese: Cheddar
Food: Salads & Pork

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Texas Keeper was started in 2013 by three long-time friends born and raised in Austin. They literally hand built the cidery located in deep South Austin near the confluence of Onion and Bear Creeks.  They’re nearing the end of their Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for their new tap room.  If you’ve ever relished the crisp, delicious flavor of one of their ciders, consider supporting their campaign here. They’ve got some great perks, too!

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Weekly Recipe

Dark Chocolate Tart with Gingersnap Crust

Looking for the perfect dessert this Thanksgiving? Look no further! Try this delicious chocolate tart with gingersnap crust recipe and wow your guests.

Recurring Events

Storytime at in.gredients

Every Monday at 9:30am 
Free and open to all!

Rated
“Best Children’s Free Storytime”
by the Austin Chronicle

Open Mic Night
w/ Colin McDonald

Wed, Nov 25th
6:30-9pm

Show off your skills or try out a new song on our cozy porch with your host Colin McDonald.

Free Zumba

Every Saturday at 10:30am

Come jam with us while getting fit! You’re guaranteed to shake you’re tush and sweat, sweat, sweat! Pay what you can!


Sign up for the new event site Dojour!
 

First Friday Block Party
Fri, 12/4, 6-9pm

Rise Up Singing

Wed, 12/9
7:30-9:30pm 

Third Friday Square Dance
Fri, 12/18, 7-9pm

Promotions

Coffee of the Month

Casa Brasil
Familia Borges

Naturally processed, the Família Borges blend offers dominant flavors of chocolate and caramel with strong notes of wild berry.

Wunder Monday

Kombucha Happy Hour
$1 Off Every Monday

Try one of our rotating flavors on tap or grab the new Energy Wunderpops in our freezer section.

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November 24, 2015 at 6:27 pm

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Square Dance, Kraut Class, PorterPalooza, and Holiday Specials 11/17/15

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This Friday we’re doing something we’ve only done a few times in our 3+ years in the community: hosting a square dance! With local musicians playing live fiddle music and an experienced caller explaining each dance, it’s a wonderful way to have fun with your friends and neighbors.  Experienced or novice, we hope to see you out on our lawn this Friday evening! There’s plenty more going on this week, too – see all the special events below.

This Week’s Deals

We’re not fooling around with our holiday specials.  Come by and check out all of the great deals when preparing for the Great American Meal next week.

Organic Turkey Bouillon  

$6.29 (Save $0.75)

Organic Cranberry Sauce

$4.49 (Save $0.50)

Organic Canned Pumpkin

$2.99 (Save $0.50)

Organic Pumpkin Pie Spice

$0.83/oz or $13.25/lb

Palm Oil-Free Flakey Pie Crust

$6.24 (Save $0.75)

Butter Brandy Sauce

$10.99 (Save $1.00)

Local Oyster Mushrooms

$10.99/lb (Save $3.00/lb)

Chem-Free Sweet Potatoes

$2.24/lb (Save $0.25/lb)

Turkey Brining Bags

$5.99 (Save $0.50)

Organic Turkey Gravy Packets

$1.72 (Save $0.25)

Organic Sweetened Condensed Milk

$4.49 (Save $0.50)

Hearty Vegan Garbanzo Bean Tempeh

$3.49 (Save $0.50)

Bulk Organic Spice Sale

10% OFF ALL MONTH!

Local Beef Soup Bones

$5.00/lb (Save $1/lb) ALL MONTH!

Special Events

Fifth Dimension Books Anniversary Party 

TONIGHT 6-9:30pm


One year ago, Fifth Dimension Books swung open the doors of their mobile bookstore on our lawn. Today, we’re helping them celebrate all the wonderful things they’ve accomplished since (like winning “Best Children’s Free Storytime” in the Austin Chronicle poll!).  Live music, a sci-fi film screening, and more!

Third Friday Square Dance

Fri, November 20th 7-9pm


With a live fiddle band, experienced caller, and plenty of friendly faces, this is a great opportunity to try something new. Or, if you’re a seasoned square (or contra) dancer, come on down and help us show the community how fun this American tradition is.

Kate Payne Kraut Class

Sat, November 21st 2-4pm




Unleash your inner kraut kickass in this hands-on workshop with Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking author, Kate Payne. Participants will make a jar of sauerkraut from start to finish using local organic cabbage and sea salt. Join in the fun to learn methodology, probiotics and other benefits, kraut maintenance and lots of fermentation secrets. Kraut snacks provided and tasty fermented beverages for purchase from in.gredients!

Brand New Key Duo Show

Sat, November 21st 6pm
 

The rainy month of October put a damper on one of our favorite yearly residencies, Brand New Key. This Saturday, Amy and Jack of BNK take to our porch as a duo to reclaim some lost time.  

PorterPalooza (Esquina Tango)

Sun, November 22nd 5-7:30pm


Austin’s Godfather of #ZeroWaste, J.D. Porter, is leaving town. Join us in celebrating his service and legacy with food, drink, live music, and more at Esquina Tango Austin, November 22! More info and tickets here.

Weekly Recipe

Wild Rice, Fruit & Pecan Stuffing

in.gredients

SERVINGS: 8–10

  • 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3 large celery stalks, finely chopped
  • 1 cup finely chopped onion
  • 1 garlic clove, thinly sliced
  • 1 1/2 cups wild rice
  • 2 cups low-salt chicken or turkey broth
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt plus more
  • 3/4 cup (3 oz.) pecans
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/4 cup (about 3 oz.) dried apricots, coarsely chopped
  • 1/4 cup (about 2 1/2 oz.) golden raisins
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/2 cup (about 4 oz.) fresh cranberries, thinly sliced
  • 1 1/2 cups thinly sliced small celery stalks (from celery heart)
  • 1/2 cup celery leaves from celery heart, coarsely chopped


Be sure to check out the full recipe here to create a healthy and delicious stuffing this Thanksgiving.

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Th 11/27: 9am-1pm

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Storytime at in.gredients

Every Monday at 9:30am

Free and open to all!

 

 

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by the Austin Chronicle

Open Mic Night

w/ Colin McDonald

Every Other Wed

6:30-9pm

 

 

Geeks Who Drink

Pub Quiz

Every Thurs 7-9pm
 

 

Free Zumba

Every Saturday at 10:30am
 

 

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First Friday Block Party

Fri, 12/4, 6-9pm

Rise Up Singing

Wed, 12/9

7:30-9:30pm 

Third Friday Square Dance

Fri, 12/18, 7-9pm

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Coffee of the Month

Casa Brasil

Familia Borges

 

 

Naturally processed, the Família Borges blend offers dominant flavors of chocolate and caramel with strong notes of wild berry.

Wine of the Week

Pedernales Cellars

2013 GSM

 

 

This medium body blend brings together the diverse character of three varieties into a fantastic balance that delivers aromas of blueberry and chocolate with subtle spicy pepper notes.

Bomber of the Week

Jester King Brewing

Black Metal

 

 

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Austin Flea This Saturday and More! 11/10/15

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Weekly Updates and Specials.

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It’s hard to believe but Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away.  As you begin to plan your menu or fantasize about that elaborate potluck dish, keep us in mind.  We’ll be rolling out some holiday deals over the next few weeks designed to help you make this Thanksgiving the most sustainable, local, and seasonal one yet.  In the meantime, stop by for one of many lovely events we’ve got planned. See you soon, neighbor!

This Week’s Deals

The tatume squash is a versatile squash with characteristics of both winter and summer squash.  We like to cut it in half and roast it in the oven like a spaghetti or butternut squash, then serve it up in curries or stews. This crop came to us from the beloved Yard to Market Coop!



Organic Navy Beans

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Organic Celery

$1.98/lb (Save $0.25/lb)
Tatume Squash

$2.24/lb (Save $0.25/lb)
Bulk Organic Spice Sale

10% OFF ALL MONTH!

Dear Soup Bones

$5.00/lb (Save $1/lb) ALL MONTH LONG!

This month’s Soup Bone special is brought to you by Dear Run Longhorn. Check out all their great products, see the farm and learn more about their process at the link above.

Special Events

Fireside Silver Screenings The Stranger (1946)

TONIGHT 7-9pm
Every Tuesday in November



Tonight we continue our new Fireside Silver Screenings with The Stranger (1946), a classic film about an investigator from the War Crimes Commission traveling to Connecticut to find an infamous Nazi. Bring a friend and a blanket and enjoy an outdoor movie by the warmth of our new firepit.

Rise Up Singing

Wed, November 11th 7-9pm
Every Other Week


Join us every other Wednesday to share and learn songs from Rise Up Singing. We gather on the lawn around the fire pit and revisit some of our favorite camp(fire) tunes, lullabies, and traditionals. Bring a friend (or 3), an instrument, or just yourself. 

Austin Flea at in.gredients

Sat, Nov 14th 11am-5pm



The Flea features all local handmade items and vintage wares from some of Austin’s most amazing and talented vendors. Find one-of-a-kind gifts for any occasion including jewelry, bath/body products, vintage, original artwork, paper goods, textiles and so much more! Entrance is free and open to all!

Porch Session with Caro

Sat, Nov 14th 7-9pm


Enjoy the smooth voice of Caro as she dawns the porch again. This sweet, young musician is sure to steal your heart. Show starts at 7pm so join us for the Austin Flea and stick around for the show!

Fifth Dimension Books Anniversary Party 

Tue, Nov 17th 6-9:30pm 



One year ago, 5th Dimension books swung open the doors of their mobile bookstore on our lawn. Next Tuesday, we’re helping them celebrate all the wonderful things they’ve accomplished since (like winning “Best Free Children’s Storytime” in the Austin Chronicle poll!).  Live music, a sci-fi film screening, and more!

Weekly Recipe

Simple Bone Broth Recipe

in.gredients

  • 3-4 lbs of beef bones
  • 1 gallon water
  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar



in.structions

  1. Add everything to the crockpot.
  2. Cook on low setting in crockpot for 10 hours.
  3. Cool the broth, strain and pour broth into container.
  4. Store in refrigerator.
  5. Scoop out the congealed fat on top of the broth.
  6. Heat broth when needed (with spices, vegetables, etc).

Written by Louise Hendon

Click here for the full recipe, including commentary on each step of the process. 
 

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Free and open to all!

Geeks Who Drink
Pub Quiz

Every Thurs 7-9pm

Free Zumba

Every Saturday at 10:30am



Sign up for the new event site Dojour!
 

Open Mic Night
Wed, 11/18, 6:30-9pm 

Third Friday Square Dance
Fri, 11/20, 6-9pm

Promotions

NEW STORE HOURS!

Monday-Saturday
9am-10pm
Sunday
10am-10pm

New Happy Hours

M-F 12pm-6pm
$1 OFF Pints
$2 OFF Pitchers

Community Partner

Allies Against Slavery

Coffee of the Month

Casa Brasil
Familia Borges

Wine of the Week

Becker Vineyards`
2013 Reserve Merlot

Bomber of the Week

Strange Land Brewing Co
Atholl Brose Scotch Ale

Wunder Monday

Kombucha Happy Hour
$1 Off Every Monday

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