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Don’t have a valentine this year?  Not to worry! Join us for our 3rd Annual Valentine’s Day Game Night & Singles Mixer. Door prizes, games, and a romantic playlist curated by the in.gredients team may just be the recipe for a new romance!  And for those looking for a special gift for your boo, look no further than your neighborhood grocer.  We’ve got lots of great gift ideas.  Look for our “in.love” valentines tags next time you’re in! 

Weekly Specials

Last week we announced a new artisan pasta out of Houston, now available in.store in bulk and boxes.  Well, we’re extending our sale on all these delicious Tavola Pastas to make sure you and yours get to try these!  Plus, find great deals on a few key in.gredients for the featured Cashew Maple Chocolate Chip cookies recipe below.  

Tavola Pasta, 1lb box: $5.89 ea (Save: $1.40 ea)

Tavola Pasta, bulk$4.69/lb (Save: $1.00/lb)

Once Again Cashew Butter: $13.49 ea (Save $1.00 ea)

Equal Exchange Dark Chocolate Chips: $4.99/lb (Save $4.00/lb)

Maple Valley Maple Syrup (Bottles Only): Up to 25% OFF! 

This Week’s Produce

All non-local items are Certified Organic.
Local items come from farms with a commitment to sustainable practices.

Upcoming Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, Feburary 12th at 7pm

After a brief holiday hiatus, trivia is back!  Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Friday Night Porch Session w/ Anthony Carson (Woofdog)

Saturday, Feburary 13th at 6pm

Mr Anthony Carson aka Woofdog is joining us for a Friday night porch session. Come check out his mixture of relaxed picking and ghostly vocals that bring out a wonderfully erie tone. What a perfect way to unwind from a long week.

Saturday Afternoon Porch Session w/ Rebecca Patek

Saturday, February 14th at 1pm

We just love this one! Her smooth voice and bouncy guitar will get your foot stomping in no time. This is the second week of her residency on Saturday afternoons so be sure to check her out before it’s too late.

3rd Annual Valentine’s Game Night & Singles MIxer
Friday, Feburary 14th at 7-10pm

Why not make it a tradition? Join us for our 3rd Annual Valentine’s Day Game Night & Singles Mixer. With a plethora of games, drinks, door prizes and, of course, singles, you’re guaranteed a good time (and maybe a date!). 

OUTsider Film & Arts Festival Feb 18th-22nd

Heads up, y’all!  OUTsider is coming to in.gredients!  Next Wednesday through Sunday, in.gredients will be the official “lounge” of Austin’s very first LGBTQIA multi-arts festival.  We will still be open to the public as per usual, but you may see some new faces around.  We hope you’ll take the opportunity to get “in. OUTsider”!  Check their website for the full schedule of events, most of which are happening right across the street at the Salvage Vanguard Theater.  
Upcoming Events
Wed, Feb 18th, 10:30am: Fara Coffee Vendor Sampling
Every Thurs, 7pm: Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz
Fri, Feb 20th, 6pm: Live Music on the porch w/ David Diers
Sat, Feb 21st, 10:30am: Fara Coffee Vendor Sampling
Sat, Feb 21st, 1pm: Live Music on the Porch w/ Rebecca Patek
Feb 18-22nd: OUTsider Festival 

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Cashew Maple Chocolate Chip Cookies

Oh my are these tasty!  If you’re looking for a special sweet to say “I love you” this weekend, try this one on for size – it won’t disappoint.  It’s an easy GFV substitution – just use your favorite non-wheat flour 

in.gredients:

  • 2 c oats
  • 1 c flour (try a non-wheat flour to make these GF/V!)  
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 c cashew butter
  • 1/4 c butter (softened) or canola oil
  • 3/4 c maple syrup
  • 1/2 c chocolate chips

in.structions:

Combine all of the dry in.gredients into a large mixing bowl. Mix them throughly so the baking soda mixes with the whole batch. Set aside.

Cream together the maple syrup, cashew butter, and butter (or oil) until consistent and smooth.  

Slowly mix the cashew butter/maple syrup into the dry mix as you stir to make it consistent. It will get to a point where the spoon or fork feels useless – that’s where your hands come in. Give them a good wash and dig right in, squeezing and flipping to make sure all of the oats and flour get picked up in the mix.

From here you can let it cool in the fridge for later or get right to baking.

Here, we did small nuggets but you can also flatten them to more of a palm sized disk (or heart shape?!). They tend to keep their shape so feel free to get creative.

Finally, with your oven preheated to 325, bake for 12-15 mins or until golden. Each batch makes about 16 cookies so be sure you have a lover or friend around or you may eat them all!

Promotions and News

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Wine of the Week: 2012 Texas Madeira by Haak Winery

Looking for something extra special for that extra special someone? Look no further than this incredible Texas Madeira made from the blanc du Bois, a white grape grown in their Texas vineyard. It opens up in the glass with aromatic fragrances of dried apricots and peaches covered with caramel. This sensation follows through on the palate with soft, buttery caramel-coated apricots and peaches with a soft hint of green tea and fresh lemons.

Coffee of the Month: Mexico Chiapas

This month’s coffee is from one of our favorite non-Austin partners, Big Bend Coffee Rasters out of Marfa, TX. They roast this bright and crisp coffee to Full-City—their lightest roast—to emphasize its pleasant notes of chocolate, orange peel, and nut. Roasted any darker, the beans would lose the delicate brightness that makes it a favorite coffee for breakfast.

Copyright © 2015 in.gredients All rights reserved.

Store Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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Written by BigOlQuinn

February 10, 2015 at 6:43 pm

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Weekly Update and Specials :: Feb 3rd – 10th

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Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer

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This Friday is our first Block Party of 2015 and we’ve got quite the event lined up.  Tiny Pies and Wunder-Pilz will both be on site sampling out their superb products, Fifth Dimensions will be in the yard with their mobile book truck, and some of our favorite musicians – Ethan and Jeff, and Brand New Key – will be providing live musical entertainment.  Come enjoy all of this in the company of your favorite neighborhood friends to support the Literacy Coalition, our current community partner.  

Weekly Specials

This week we brought in a new artisanal pasta from the Houston area.  The folks at Tavola Pasta take great pride in their handmade process, which starts with organic semolina flour grown in North Dakota, and natural spring water.  Then they add local produce and extrude through bronze dies (rather than Teflon) before slowly air drying.  The result is a rich and flavorful pasta that will shine on its own or tossed with some Kitchen Pride “Baby Bellas” sautéed in a little bit of butter.  Get great deals on all of the above this week.  Bon appétit! 

Tavola Pasta, 1lb box: $5.89 ea (Save: $1.40 ea)

Tavola Pasta, bulk: $4.69/lb (Save: $1.00/lb)

Kitchen Pride Mushrooms: $2.99/lb (Save $1.00/lb)

This Week’s Produce

All non-local items are Certified Organic.
Local items come from farms with a commitment to sustainable practices.

Valentine’s Preview

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’re making sure you know how to please your locavore lover this year.  Here’s a preview of just a few items we’ll be stocking this week and next.  Don’t forget our Game Night and Single’s Mixer on the 14th, too!

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, Feburary 5th at 7pm

After a brief holiday hiatus, trivia is back!  Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

First Friday Block Party

Friday, Feburary 6th at 5pm

Saturday Afternoon
Porch Session

w/ Rebecca Patek

Saturday, Feburary 7th at 1pm

Rebecca Patek is no stranger to our porch, but it has been a few months since we’ve had the honor of hosting this fiddle and guitar-playing country songstress.  Her unassuming stage presence belies her deep talent and passion for the music.
Upcoming Events
Every Thurs, 7pm: Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz
Fri, Feb 13th, 6pm: Live Music on the porch w/ Anthony Carson
Sat, Feb 14th, 1pm: Live Music on the Porch w/ Rebecca Patek
Sat, Feb 14th, 7-10pm: Singles Mixer and Game Night
Feb 18-22nd: OUTsider Festival 

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Cashew Milk Recipe

It’s pretty amazing what one cup of cashews can do! We’ve all heard of soy milk and almond milk, but have you ever heard of cashew milk? Here’s a super simple recipe that just might change your perspective on all nut milks.

Use this as a base in Thai food, soups, or even reduced to make a cream sauce.  Or just drink it straight! 

We love this recipe because it’s easy to make, easy to keep, and tastes deliciousWhen we say it’s easy, it’s kind of an understatement. Here’s your list of in.gredients:

1 cup Organic Raw Cashwes
2 oz of simple syrup (1:1 cane sugar & hot water)
3 cups filtered water
 

in.structions

  1. Soak 1 cup of cashews in 3 cups of filtered water for about an hour (20 mins with hot water if you want to speed it up)
  2. Put cashews & water in a blender and blend on high until the chunks of cashews are finely ground (about 5 mins)
  3. Strain the liquid through a nut milk bag, cheese cloth or muslin bag (nut milk bag works best)
  4. Sweeten as desired (or leave unsweet if you want to cook with it)

If you prefer a thinner milk, add a little more water during the blending process. If a heavier milk is desired, reduce the water by about a 1/2 cup.

Promotions and News

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Mulled Wine Monday & Tea Pot Tuesday!

Get $1 OFF our in.house mulled wine and pots of tea every Monday and Tuesday, respectively, and start your week off right.  

Wine of the Week: Duchman Winery 2012 Dolcetto

Native to the Piedmont region of Italy, Duchman’s Dolcetto is grown in the deep soil on the Texas High Plains. The Dolcetto grape is thick skinned and naturally tannic. Through very careful handling and neutral oak aging, Duchman Dolcetto is a pure expression of the grape and the vintage. Dark fruit and red plum notes along with well balanced acidity are hallmarks of this wine.

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Store Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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Written by Josh Blaine

February 3, 2015 at 7:08 pm

Weekly Specials & Updates

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There are two great events coming up this week and next: this Saturday night is the fundraising party for the Festival Beach Food Forest, one of the finalists in our last Community Partner vote.  It’s out on the beautiful YardFarm property with some of our favorite musicians and breweries.  Don’t miss it!  

The following week is our First Friday Block Party, the first of 2015 (since last month’s was rained out)!  Help us celebrate and support our community partner while enjoying live music, food/drink samples, and your favorite neighborhood personalities.  

Weekly Specials

We’ve noticed that our growing array of sturdy, reusable glass containers have become quite popular in the neighborhood.  This week grab a few more and stock your cabinets with our selection of organic, fair-trade spices, or some of our bulk Texas Medicinals tinctures.  As always, we’ll donate 5 cents to our community non-profit partner, the Literacy Coalition of Central Texas, each time you reuse your container.  

All non-local items are Certified Organic.
Local items come from farms with a commitment to sustainable practices.

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, January 29th at 7pm

Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively) and, of course, bragging rights.  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Saturday Night Porch Session w/ Bo DePena

Saturday, January 31st at 7pm

This is Mr. Bo DePeña’s final Saturday Porch Session of his January residency.  We’ve thoroughly enjoyed having him all month, and hope you’ll help us make his final show a memorable one.  Start your Saturday night with us and support a local business and local artist.
Upcoming Events
Every Thurs, 7pm: Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz
Fri, Feb. 6, 5-9pm: First Friday Block Party
Sat, Feb 7th, 1pm: Live Music on the Porch w/ Rebecca Patek
Feb 18-22nd: OUTsider Festival 

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Mulled Wine Monday & Tea Pot Tuesday!

Get $1 OFF our in.house mulled wine and pots of tea every Monday and Tuesday, respectively, and start your week off right.  

Wine of the Week: HaaK Winery 2012 Malbec

This week’s wine comes from Haak Winery, and, like all of our wines, features 100% Texas fruit.  It’s a complete sensory party with an inky, brooding beauty about it and tannins that warm the mouth. Supple but refined, this Malbec does not intrude on the palate. The aroma of sweet violets blends with blackberryblueberryplum, and cocoa bean.  Enjoy this aromatic wonder by the glass in.house or take a bottle home (10% OFF!) to sip over a meal.  

Featured Vendor

Monthly profiles of some of our favorite vendors

Austin Honey Company

Mark and Raul of the Austin Honey Company are passionate champions of the honeybee, local food systems, and organic agriculture.  They got their start keeping bees in Chicago before moving down here to Central Texas, where they partnered up with Green Gate Farms to establish their first apiaries.  A little over two years later, their operation now spans seven farms in the immediate Austin area, providing local organic growers the benefits of bee pollination, while producing delicious and nutritious honey along the way.  Their honey is never filtered or heated, which means it’s rich in nutritional and medicinal value.  As if their delicious honey weren’t enough, they also make some amazing beeswax candles, lip balm, and delicious whipped honey.  You know where to find it all!

Copyright © 2015 in.gredients All rights reserved.

Store Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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January 27, 2015 at 6:43 pm

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Weekly Specials & Updates

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We hope you were able to enjoy this gorgeous blue-skied long weekend while honoring the legacy of MLK Jr.  We did both by getting our hands dirty in the East Austin soils of the Urban Roots farm for their annual MLK volunteer weekend.  Lead by youth leaders and alongside fellow members of the community, we helped plant over 14,000 onions in their lower field along Boggy Creek (onions we may very well stock come late spring!).  It was an energizing and inspiring morning with an amazing organization doing great work.  They are always looking for volunteers, if you’d like to get in.volved.  

in.house recipe

Maybe you’ve noticed more consistent offerings of in.house salads and soups of late.  We have our new “food prep ninja,” Katy, to thank for that.  Here’s something she’s been making recently that we’ve really enjoyed: an apple pecan cole slaw made with organic JBG cabbage, wild-harvested Texas pecans, and organic granny smith apples.  Try a cup next time you’re in, then take home the in.gredients and make a whole batch for your family or roommates – it’s easy!

Granny Smith Pecan Cole Slaw

in.gredients

Serves 4
  • 1 large head green cabbage, sliced
  • 1 Granny Smith apple, chopped
  • 1/2 cup chopped pecans
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 1/2 cup rasins
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/4 red onion, thinly sliced
  • Pepper to taste

in.structions

Prep: 20 min Total: 30 min
 
Soak the chopped cabbage in a brine (~1 Tbs of salt dissolved in 4 cups of water) for about 15 mins. Drain and set aside.

Add mayonnaise & lemon juice to brined cabbage and mix well making sure all strands are coated.

Add chopped pecans, raisins, chopped apples, onions and toss to serve. 
 

Weekly Specials

You know the drill: bring in a clean container from home, place it on our tare scale and print a unique tare sticker, then get to filling!  We’ll give you 10% off the product inside, plus we’ll donate 5 cents to our community non-profit partner, the Literacy Coalition of Central Texas, for each container you reuse.  #zerowaste #community

This Week’s Produce

We’ve heard from many of you that a regular update of our current produce offerings would be much appreciated.  So, we’re starting to include a general snapshot of the week’s produce in these emails. Check our social media outlets for more frequent updates throughout the week.  Have more brilliant ideas for us? We love hearing from you.

All non-local items are Certified Organic.
Local items come from farms with a commitment to sustainable practices.

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, January 22nd at 7pm

After a brief holiday hiatus, trivia is back!  Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Friday Night Porch Session
w/ David Rucci

Friday, January 23rd at 6pm

Originally from Monmouth County, NJ but based out of Austin, Mr David Rucci has a wonderfully unique style of songwriting. Stemming from folk and jazz influences, his music is a synthesis of blues, jazz, rock, and reggae with an infused yet distinguishable soul and folk backbone. More details here.

Coffee Sampling

w/ New Sweden Roasters

Saturday, January 24th at 10am

New Sweden will be out on the porch sampling some of their great roasts this Saturday morning. If you haven’t had a chance to taste their Coffee of the Month, the Ethiopia Duramina, this is your chance.  More details here.

Saturday Night Porch Session w/ Bo DePena

Saturday, January 24th at 7pm

Mr. Bo DePena’s January residency continues Saturday evening on our porch. This talented young man mixes some choice covers with original tunes in the blues and country tradition.  Catch him every Saturday in January from 7-9pm and support local music.  Details here.
Upcoming Events
Every Thurs, 7pm: Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz
Sat, Jan 31st, 7-9pm: Live Music on the Porch w/ Bo DePena
Fri, Feb. 6, 5-9pm: First Friday Block Party
Feb 18-22nd: OUTsider Festival 

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Mulled Wine Monday & Tea Pot Tuesday!

Get $1 OFF our in.house mulled wine and pots of tea every Monday and Tuesday, respectively, and start your week off right.  

Wine of the Week: Flat Creek 2012 Super Texan 

The 2012 Super Texan opens with notes of bing cherry and blueberry with subtle warm vanilla. This intense, medium bodied wine has a full mid-palate highlighted with flavors of plum, blackberry and toasty oak. The balanced acidity and supple tannins carry these flavors into a long finish with a hint of spice. This wine is perfect to accompany wood-fired pizza, pasta bolognese, or pulled pork. This is their signature wine and exemplifies the best of what it means to be a true Texas Wine.

Are you in? 

Weekly profiles of some of our favorite regulars

Andy

Describe yourself in 3 words:  Honest, Thoughtful & Somewhat-Funny!

What’s your favorite part about the neighborhood?  It feels like home, there’s nice people. I don’t feel like I have to leave the neighborhood, I can just walk to get food or buy groceries.

How did you hear about in.gredients?  My real estate agent told me about it before it opened. I walked over one day to check it out and I’ve been back everyday since.

Why do you come back?  I like to start my day with something that’s familiar. I come here and I know people, they know me. I get ready for my day and wake up with my dogs.

What are you favorite things about in.gredients?  The people that work here. It’s nice to see happy people who genuinely like to be here. It’s a nice place to hang out, too. Also, I love the Miles of Chocolate, coffee, etc.

If you were to describe in.gredients in one word, what would it be?  Easy

Last but not least, if you were a fruit or vegetable, what would you be and why? An apple, and I don’t really know why…

Copyright © 2015 in.gredients All rights reserved.

Store Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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January 20, 2015 at 6:32 pm

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Weekly Specials & Updates 1/13/15

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Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer

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Let’s be honest, 2015 has gotten off to a shaky start.  The incessant cold and grim headlines have many of us looking for real and metaphoric warmth.  This week we offer a few soup recipes that we hope can bring a little comfort and relief to you and yours.  Sometimes a homemade soup is all you need to turn things around.  Plus, check out this week’s specials for some inspiration to keep up those resolutions!

Hearty Winter Stews

Chorizo & White Bean Stew

Recipe by The Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Photograph by Brian W Ferry

in.gredients

Servings: 4

2 tablespoons olive oil, divided, plus more for drizzling
1 pound chorizo (now available!)
1 large onion, thinly sliced
4 garlic cloves, finely chopped
1 sprig thyme
2 15-ounce cans cannellini (white kidney) beans, rinsed
2 cups low-sodium chicken broth
Kosher salt, freshly ground pepper
5 ounces baby spinach (about 10 cups)
Smoked paprika (optional)

in.structions

Prep: 45 min Total: 45 min
 
Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add sausage and cook, turning occasionally, until browned and cooked through, 15-20 minutes. Transfer sausage to a plate.
Reduce heat to medium. Heat remaining 1 tablespoon oil in same skillet. Add onion, garlic, and thyme sprig. Cook, stirring occasionally, until onion is softened, 5-8 minutes. Add beans and broth and cook, crushing a few beans with the back of a spoon to thicken sauce, until slightly thickened, 8-10 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Add spinach by handfuls and cook just until wilted, about 2 minutes.
Slice chorizo and fold into stew; add water to thin, if desired. Divide stew among bowls; drizzle with oil and sprinkle with paprika, if desired.

Or, try one of these great recipes from Bon Appétit:

Italian Vegetable Stew
Mahogany Beef Stew with Red Wine and Hoisin Sauce

Weekly Specials

As the enthusiasm of the changing year slowly fades into the day-to-day of winter, our resolutions inevitably lose a little steam.  Whether we pledged to be kinder to our bodies or more engaged with our community, it’s these next few weeks that could make or break the long-term success of our new personal goals.  Stick with it!  Here are a few cleanse-themed items for those hoping to start off the year “clean” (inside and out!).    

Daily Greens Cold Pressed Juices: $7.29 (Save $0.70)

So.A.P. Bars: $3.41 (Save $0.38)

Maple Valley Bulk Maple Syrup: $8.95/lb (Save $1.00/lb)

Organic Lemons: $1.52/lb (Save $0.17/lb)

This Week’s Produce

We’ve heard from many of you that a regular update of our current produce offerings would be much appreciated.  So, we’re starting to include a general snapshot of the week’s produce in these emails. Check our social media outlets for more frequent updates throughout the week.  Have more brilliant ideas for us? We love hearing from you.

FRUIT:
Gala Apples*
Granny Smith Apples*
Oranges
Grapefruit
Avocado*
Cherry Tomatoes
Tangerines
Lemons
Limes

HERBS:
Flat Leaf Parsley
Cilantro
Oregano (by request)
Sage (by request)
Mint (by request)

VEGETABLES:

Acorn Squash*

Butternut Squash

Sweet Potatoes

VEGETABLES (CONT)
Yellow Onions*
Red Onions*
Green Onions
Spinach
Dino Kale
Curly Kale
Brussel Sprouts
Red Carrots
Parsnips
Diakon Radish
Watermelon Radish
Cauliflower
Savory Cabbage
Green & Red Cabbage
Red Beets
Buttercrunch Lettuce
Broccoli
Garlic*
Ginger*
Crimini Mushrooms
 

An astriek (*) indicates the item is not local to Texas.  
All non-local items are Certified Organic.
Local items come from farms with a commitment to sustainable practices.

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, January 15th at 7pm

After a brief holiday hiatus, trivia is back!  Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Saturday Night Porch Session w/ Bo DePena

Saturday, January 17th at 7pm

Mr. Bo DePena’s January residency kick-off show was thwarted by last week’s cold and wet weather. Fingers crossed Mother Nature cooperates this weekend and we can enjoy this talented young man’s live music. Every Saturday in January from 7-9pm.  Details here.
Upcoming Events
Every Thurs, 7pm: Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz
Fri, Jan 23rd, 6-8pm: Live Music on the Porch w/ David Rucci
Sat, Jan 24th, 10am-1pm: Coffee Sampling w/ New Sweden Coffee Roasters
Sat, Jan 24th, 7-9pm: Live Music on the Porch w/ Bo DePena

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

Mulled Wine Monday & Tea Pot Tuesday!

Come in and warm up with a glass of homemade mulled wine or a pot of one of our many teas.  Get $1 OFF every Monday and Tuesday, respectively and start your week off right.  #MWM #TPT

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Wine of the Week: Pedernales Cellars 2012 GSM

This 2012 vintage represents the 5th year of their Rhone-style blend incorporating Syrah, Mourvedre, and Grenache from Texas vineyards. This medium body blend brings together the diverse character of these three varieties into a fantastic balance that delivers aromas of blueberry and chocolate with subtle spicy pepper notes. 

Vendor Spotlight

Coffee of the Month: New Sweden Coffee Ethiopia Duromina

Monthly profiles of some of our favorite vendors

Bret of New Sweden Coffee Roasters
Talks Ethiopia Duromina, Coffee of the Month

“This coffee from Duromina Cooperative is part of an initiative we have in Ethiopia to work direct at the coop level. We have been involved with Duromina for the past 5 years, selecting our favorite lots to offer on our site. Duromina was formed with the help of a non-government organization that not only coordinated agronomists and managers for each of the coops they work with, but also had a business adviser assigned that helped the cooperative manage their debt, re-invest in quality improvements at the mill, and verifies distribution of income to all members. This is a key position; I have never known a coop to get this kind of expert advice from outside … not in Africa at least. A cooperative can make all kinds of quality improvements, turn out fantastic coffee, and sink deeper in debt all the while. Cooperatives often fail to return a fair and full amount of payment to their farmer-members. Often this is from poor management, and sometimes from graft as well. Duromina has now “graduated” from the NGO program and operates independently with the oversight of various farmer-member leadership groups. The name, chosen by the farmers, has quite a straight-forward meaning: it roughly translates as “Make More Money!” With the solid price we pay the cooperative for their best lots, and their success reinvesting in the Goma area, the name has proved quite appropriate.”

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Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
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Weekly Update and Specials :: Jan 6th – 13th

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It’s that time of year in Central Texas when one day you’re out in a t-shirt soaking up the sun (i.e. today) and the next you’re bundled up in everything you own to stay warm and dry (i.e. tomorrow night).  Our thoughts are with our intrepid farmers, who brave this volatility with courage and row cover.  Fingers crossed some of our favorite Texas veggies make it through this next cold snap.  Remember to water and cover your own sensitive outdoor plants (i.e. succulents, young trees, vegetables), and get yourself into the kitchen to stay warm!

CLOSING EARLY THIS WEDNESDAY!

 On Wed, Jan 7th we will be closing at 6pm for our Staff (Post) Holiday Party.  We apologize for any inconvenience, but we have a stellar team of employees to thank for a great year.  

Weekly Specials

Everyone knows cold weather is a great excuse to fire up the oven and do some baking.  Give the kitchen an extra kick of warmth and lighten everyone’s mood with something warm and tasty.  With all this cold and wet weather in the forecast, we’re putting a few of our favorite baking ingredients on sale, including Maple Valley’s impeccable organic maple syrup and Equal Exchange Fair Trade Organic chocolate chips and baking cocoa.  Happy baking! 

Maple Valley Coop Maple Syrup: $8.95/lb (Save $2.00/lb)

Equal Exchange Baking Cocoa: $9.09/lb (Save $0.86/lb)

If You Care Baking Cups: $1.89 (Save $0.60)

If You Care Parchment Paper: $5.79 (Save $0.40)

Equal Exchange Chocolate Chips: $5.99/lb (Save $2.95/lb)

Organic Unbleached White Flour: $1.59/lb (Save $0.20/lb)

Organic Whole Wheat Flour: $1.59/lb (Save $0.20/lb)

Events

This month’s Block Party is on the second Friday of the month (because who wants to party the day after New Years?) with lots of great food and drinks lined up: Rahr & Sons Brewing Co will be visiting from Forth Worth to sample out their tasty brewsEIEIO Organic Farm in Wimberley will be here with their fantastic homemade mayo, pesto and other spreads, and MALK Artisan Almond & Pecan Milks will have their sweet dairy alternatives for all to try. Meanwhile, listen to the sweet live tunes of Alicia Adkins and maybe have a seat for a chair massage from Devon of One Love Healing Center.  All this to support and benefit our Community Partner, Literacy Coalition!  Find Out More.

New Sweden Coffee Sampling

Saturday, January 10th at 10am

New Sweden will be out on the porch sampling some of their great roasts this Saturday morning. As one of the newer roasters to town, they deserve a warm Manor Road welcome.  And if you like what you taste, head inside and find their beans on sale this month! Details here.

Saturday Night Porch Session w/ Bo DePena

Saturday, January 10th at 7-9pm

Mr. Bo DePena is back on the porch for a month-long residency and he kicks it off this Saturday. Join us for a night of fun, down home music from this talented young man. Every Saturday in January from 7-9pm.  Details here.
Upcoming Events

Thurs, Jan 15th: Geeks Who Drink Trivia RETURNS!
Sat, Jan 17th, 6-8p: Live Music on the Porch w/ Bo DePena
Fri, Jan 23rd, 6-8p: Live Music on the Porch w/ David Rucci
Sat, Jan 24th, 10a-1p: New Sweden Coffee Sampling 

Sat, Jan 24th, 6-8p: Live Music on the Porch w/ Bo DePena
 

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

Mulled Wine Monday & Tea Pot Tuesday!

Come in and warm up with a glass of homemade mulled wine or a pot of one of our many teas.  Get $1 OFF every Monday and Tuesday, respectively and start your week off right.  #MWM #TPT

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

“Wine” of the Week: Texas Keeper 2013 Gold Rush Cider

Texas Keeper says 2013 “created an apple like no other.” Its lemon-lime zing popped when they were tasting the apples as they came through the press and it stayed a zesty lemon-lime grapefruit right through fermentation. They kept the sugar slightly higher to balance out the GoldRush’s natural acidity to create a crisp and refreshing cider.   Enjoy on a sunny TX afternoon!

Coffee of the Month: New Sweden Coffee Ethiopia Duromina

With the new year comes a new roaster for our coffee of the month!  A sweet and fruited cup with peach/nectarine jammy flavors, berry notes, fruit juice acidity, and a raw sugar sweetness layered on a thick mouthfeel.  Excellent as a brewed coffee or single origin espresso.  

Featured Recipe

Sinful Dark Chocolate Brownies

We borrowd this decadent recipe from our friends at Equal Exchange.  Prepare thyselves!

Preheat oven to 325F. Grease an 8 x 8 inch baking pan with oil and lightly dust with flour.

In a saucepan heat the oil and chocolate over low heat, stirring constantly until fully melted. Remove from heat. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Pour batter into pan and bake for 30-35 minutes. Let cool before cutting.

Makes 9 brownies.

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Weekly profiles of some of our favorite regulars

Louie the Loquat

Describe yourself in 3 words:  Young, green and sweet.

What’s your favorite part about the neighborhood?  The crisp air and friendly people.

How did you hear about in.gredients?   I grew up around here.

Why do you come back?  I just don’t see a reason to leave.

What are you favorite things about in.gredients?  The soil is so rich! It must be the hugelkultur beds nearby in the garden.  

If you were to describe in.gredients in one word, what would it be?  Rooted

Last but not least, if you were a fruit or vegetable, what would you be and why?
Don’t you mean, “If I were a human, what kind would I be?”

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Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

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512-275-6357

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January 7, 2015 at 10:35 am

New Year’s Specials and Recipes

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We won’t bore you with another best of recap of 2014 but suffice to say we’re grateful for all the good times and good deeds we’ve shared as a community.  Here’s to doing even more good (while having even more fun) in 2015!  

Weekly Specials

Stock up for that New Year’s Eve party or New Year’s Day brunch with local goods and brews!  We’ll give you 10% off any purchase of $25 or more (excluding alcohol) and $2 off any growler fill of one of our superb craft beers.  We’ll raise our glasses to that!

10% Off Any Purchase of $25 or More: Stock up!

$2 off Growler Fills of Beer: $10 for Craft & $13 for Premium

New Years Good Luck

In honor of the new year, we thought we’d highlight a few of the food traditions that might bring you good luck in 2015 because let’s be honest, who couldn’t use a little luck every now and again.  Consider welcoming the new year with one of these foods and see if a little superstition might pay off.  

GREENS

Greens are symbolic of wealth and money so if you’re looking for a financial break this year, chomp on some tasty (hyper-local!) lettuce by Farmer Sue, make a homemade saurkraut with one of three styles of cabbage, or sauté up some kale for a savory snack or side.  
Broccoli Greens: $1.99 per bunch
Buttercrunch Lettuce: $0.50/oz
Savory Cabbage: $2.99/lb
Curly Green Kale: $1.99 per bunch

BEANS
Beans, like greens, can mean money (think coins).  Why not try making the traditional New Years black eyed peas (perhaps with some kale?) and you could be ringing in the new year with health and wealth.
Black Eyed Peas: $2.79
Kidney Beans: $2.19/lb
Pinto Beans: $2.19/lb
Black Beans: $2.42/lb

NOODLES & GRAINS

They say eating a bowl of noodles is good for longevity. The stretched grain is supposed to be representative of the years of your life stretching out ahead of you. So, kick off 2015 in honor of a long and meaningful life, and get that water boiling.
Soba Pasta: $3.74
Organic Spaghetti: $3.49

Whole Wheat Spaghetti:$3.49

FRUIT

In Mexico, one of the traditions is to eat a piece of fruit on each ring of the strike of midnight. Each bell represents one month of the coming year.  Land a sour bite one strike? Watch out for that month of 2015!
Granny Smith Apples: $2.59/lb
Oranges: $1.99/lb
Tangerines: $2.49/lb
Grapefruit: $1.29/lb
Lemon: $1.33/lb

Recipes for New Years

Need some specifics to pull that New Years dish together? Here are two recipes from our friends at Bon Appetit to give you a little direction and inspiration.  

Shoyu Cabbage Soup

in.gredients

Servings: 4
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 medium onion, thinly sliced
2 carrots, peeled, thinly sliced
2 celery stalks, thinly sliced
2 garlic cloves, chopped
1/2 head cabbage, chopped
4 cups low-sodium vegetable broth
2 tablespoons (or more) shoyu (Japanese soy sauce)
2 tablespoons unseasoned rice vinegar
2 teaspoons sugar
2 cups cooked ramen or soba noodles
Hot chili paste (or your favorite Austin hot sauce) and fresh cilantro leaves (for serving)
in.structions
Heat oil in a large pot or Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add onion, carrots, celery, and garlic and cook, stirring, until softened, 10–12 minutes. Add cabbage, broth, shoyu, vinegar, and sugar and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover partially with a lid, and simmer until vegetables are very tender, 15–20 minutes; season to taste with more shoyu if desired. Serve over noodles topped with hot chili paste and cilantro.

Bon Appetit

Collard Green and Radish Slaw with Crispy Shallots

in.gredients

Servings: 4
2 small shallots, sliced into rings
6 tablespoons vegetable oil
Kosher salt
1 bunch collard or broccoli greens (stems removed, thinly sliced)
6 small radishes, trimmed, sliced
2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
Freshly ground black pepper

in.structions

Total Time: 20 mins
-Cook shallots and oil in a small saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, until shallots are golden, 8–10 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, transfer shallots to a paper towel–lined plate; season with salt. Transfer oil to a small bowl and let cool.
-Combine collard greens, radishes, and vinegar in a large bowl; season with salt and pepper. Drizzle with shallot oil and toss to coat. Top with crispy shallots.
-Do Ahead: Crispy shallots can be made 2 hours ahead. Store shallots and oil separately at room temperature.

Bon Appetit

Events

This month’s Block Party is on the second Friday of the month (because who wants to party the day after New Years?) with lots of great food and drinks lined up: Rahr & Sons Brewing Co will be visiting from Forth Worth to sample out their tasty brews, EIEIO Organic Farm in Wimberley will be here with their fantastic homemade mayo, pesto and other spreads, and MALK Artisan Almond & Pecan Milks will have their sweet dairy alternatives for all to try. Meanwhile, listen to the sweet live tunes of Alicia Adkins and maybe have a seat for a chair massage from Devon of One Love Healing Center.  All this to support and benefit our Community Partner, Literacy Coalition! 

Upcoming Events
Thurs, Jan 1st, CLOSED
Fri, Jan 9th, 5p-9p Second Friday Block Party
Sat, Jan 10th, 10a: New Sweden Coffee Roasters Sampling 
Sat, Jan 10th, 7p-9p: Live Music on the Porch with Bo DePeña
Thurs, Jan 15th: Weekly Geeks Who Drink Trivia resumes

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

Holiday Hours

REDUCED HOURS

10am-7pm
Sat, Dec 27th – Wed, Dec 31st
CLOSED
Thurs, Jan 1st
CLOSING EARLY FOR OUR STAFF HOLIDAY PARTY
Wed, Jan 7th at 6pm

Mulled Wine Monday & Tea Pot Tuesday!

Come in and warm up with a glass of homemade mulled wine or a pot of one of our many teas.  Get $1 OFF every Monday and Tuesday, respectively and start your week off right.  #MWM #TPT

Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers and bombers

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Wine of the Week: Argus Cidery 2013 Perennial

The 2013 Perennial by Argus Cidery is the first edition of what will become an annual release including the early season harvest of last year’s growing season. Aged in french and american oak, this cider highlights the fruit profiles from the different Texas terrains. Enjoy this dry blend of Panhandle and Bandera county apple varietals including gala, blaze, jonathan, cameo, and jonagold. On sale all week and available by the glass.

Coffee of the Month: New Sweden Coffee Ethiopia Duromina

With the new year comes a new roaster for our coffee of the month!  A sweet and fruited cup with peach/nectarine jammy flavors, berry notes, fruit juice acidity, and a raw sugar sweetness layered on a thick mouthfeel.  Excellent as a brewed coffee or single origin espresso.  

Are you in.?

Weekly profiles of some of our favorite regulars

Cash The Cat

Describe yourself in 3 words:  Cool, friendly & lovable

What’s your favorite part about the neighborhood?  All the households that love and feed me!  

How did you hear about in.gredients?  I just strolled up one day…

Why do you come back?  Sometimes they give me a little food, but mostly for the loving attention from all the customers and staff. Besides, it’s where all the cool cats go.

What are you favorite things about in.gredients?  So many wonderful humans!

If you were to describe in.gredients in one word, what would it be?  Meow

Last but not least, if you were a fruit or vegetable, what would you be and why?  Liquorish. Because of the color and because I can be an acquired taste. 

Copyright © 2014 in.gredients All rights reserved.

Regular Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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