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Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer

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With school just around the corner, we know sometimes you just need something fast in the morning to get the kids (or yourself) out the door.  This week, find a few on-the-go breakfast items on sale to help you start the school year off right.  Haven’t taken our survey yet?  Answer these ten simple questions and we’ll give you 10% off your next purchase!  


 

Weekly Specials

Bat Creek Farm TX Gala Apples: $1.99/lb (Save $.30/lb)

These beauties are the perfect size for a kids’ snack, plus they’re local and chem-free!

Nature’s Path Sunrise: $5.39 (Save $.60) 

Nature’s Path Raisin Bran: $4.99 (Save $.79)

Nature’s Path Granola Bars: $4.76 (Save $.53)

Nature’s Path Toaster Pastries: $4.49 (Save $.50)

Nature’s Path is a family-owned, sustainability-driven organic foods company that makes breakfast items you and the whole family will love.  

 

Events

Cherrywood Neighborhood Association Happy Hour 

Wedensday, August 20th, 7:30-9:00

Join Cherrywood neighbors this Wed. for an end-of-summer happy hour and oh-so-brief meeting. Enjoy food and drink specials, hear all about your friends’ summer adventures, and chat with the three candidates to represent us on the Austin City Council District 9.

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, August 21st 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).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Locally Sourced Comedy Night

Thursday, August 21st at 9pm 

Host Ben Cholok curates a bi-weekly comedy night that showcases some of the best local talent.  Come support the Austin comedy scene and your neighborhood grocer in exchange for some good laughs. 

Harp Performance

& Wine Tasting

Saturday, August 23rd, 6:30-8:30

Local harpist and music teacher, Linnae Kramer, hosts a lovely evening of harp music featuring four of her students.  The night will include samples of local Texas Wines, food specials, and a special storytelling by one of the harpists.  Don’t miss this magical night!
Upcoming Events

Thurs, August 28th, 9:30pm: Live Porch Session w/ Sam Hammerman

 

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

Regular Hours Resume August 25th! 

Mon-Wed: 9am-10pm

Thurs-Sat: 9am-11pm

Sun: 10am-10pm

A 10% Discount for Your Thougts

Click Here to Take Our Survey

Wine of the Week: Armadillo’s Leap White

Wine of the Week continues with Armadillo’s Leap White, a wonderful table white by the folks who make Pedernales Cellars’ excellent wines. Our most affordable offering, this one is fruity, refreshing, and versatile.  Pairs well with BBQ potlucks and picnics in the park.  This week, find it by the glass behind the counter or on sale by the bottle for just $7.99!  That’s a steal for some quality Texas white by some of the best winemakers in the state. 

New Products: Hummusphere Salad Dressings!

Y’all know the hummus (formerly Baby Zach’s) and their delicious and healthy low-oil recipes.  Now, get excited about their latest product: hummus-based salad dressings!  Available in three flavors, these pack some serious flavor punch with the added health benefits of protein-rich hummus and a wonderful creamy texture.  Show your love of local and pick some up this week! 

Summer Drink Specials

Summer Recipe: Cold Brew Coffee at Home

Cold brew coffee made at home is easy, rewarding, and more affordable than alternatives.  Plus, it’s less acidic, versatile, and lasts in your fridge for up to two weeks.  The concentrate can also be used in baking, syrups/sauces, or in milkshakes (yum!). 

Here’s how

to do it….. 

1. Coarsely grind 3 cups (or just over 1/2 a pound) of Fara Espresso beans.  

2. Fill your CoffeeSock with the grinds and moisten them for a ‘bloom.’ 

3. Secure the neck of the sock with the string and insert into 64oz Mason Jar.  

4. Fill the jar with cold, filtered water and let steep for 12-18 hours.

5. Remove sock (let drain at lip of jar) and voila, you’ve got a delicious cold brew concentrate.  

6. Mix (about 1:3) with water, milk, or milk alternatives to your desired strength.  

7. Store covered in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. 

 

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Written by Josh Blaine

August 19, 2014 at 5:26 pm

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