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Square Dance and New Partner Announcement!

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Thanks to all of you who’ve shared in the excitement of our first billboard, now up on Airport Boulevard just north of Manor Road (visible to those headed South on Airport).  We are grateful to the Go Texan program for making it possible, Reagan Billboards for the services, and of course, all of you who support our “unconventional” ways.  We hope to see all of you this Friday as we celebrate our new community partner with another in.gredients first: a square dance! See below for more details.  

Our New Community Partner!

Guide Dogs of Texas, Inc.


The in-store and online votes are in and the winner is Guide Dogs of Texas!  We’re excited to celebrate their mission and support their good work at this Friday’s Square Dance and Block Party.  Thanks to our other finalists – AZWA, Challenger Street Newspaper, and Mariposa Pathways – for their participation and hard work in the community.

Weekly Specials

Thousand Island Dressing, Dairy Free: $3.29 (Save $1)
Purple Daikon Radish: $2.59/lb (Save $.50)

Watermelon Radish: $2.79/lb (Save $.50)
Kickapoo Bleu Cheese: $4.20 (Save $1)
Apple Pie Pecans: $18.99/lb (New Lower Price!)

Weekly Recipe

Summer Salad With Thousand Island Dressing


in.gredients
Servings: 4

  • Broccoli Florets
  • Carrots
  • Red Onion
  • Radishes (Daikon or Watermelon)
  • Romaine Lettuce
  • Roma or Heirloom Tomato
  • Thousand Island Dressing
  • Apple Pie Pecans
  • Kickapoo Bleu

in.structions

  1. In a large bowl, chop up all your veggies into bite-size pieces using a knife or salad chopper. Chill your veggies till ready to serve.
  2. Toss with apple pie pecans and bleu cheese and desired amount of dressing. 

Events


Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, April 30th at 7pm

Been meaning to make it out for Thursday night Trivia?  Grab a few friends and come on down this week!  The winners (and runners-up) walk away with prizes, and pretty much everyone has a good time.  Note that the content is not intended for young children.  



We’re excited to announce that May’s First Friday Block Party will include a community Square Dance! With Dusty Bull playing the tunes and Sharon Isaac doing the calling, it’s sure to be one of our best Block Parties yet. And it’ll be the First First Friday Party for our new community partner, Guide Dogs of Texas, Inc, to whom we’ll be donating 1% of the day’s sales.


Zumba With Rhonda

Saturday, May 2nd at 10:30am

Zumba returns to our lawn this Saturday morning! Join Rhonda for some “sassy dancing” and fun tunes to work up a sweat and get yourself a good work out.  Bring comfortable clothing, athletic shoes, and a towel, and get your weekend off to a good start!  The class is free and participants get $1 off kombucha afterward!


Saturday Night Porch Session

w/ Justif

Saturday, May 2nd at 7-9pm

The king and queen of south Lamar are joining us on the East side for some soulful porch playin’.  You’re bound to fall in love with Justif’s silky harmonies and folky stylings.  Don’t miss the first porch session of May!


Storytime at in.gredients

Monday, May 4th at 10:30am

Join Sukyi from Fifth Dimension Books – Austin’s Weird, Wandering Bookmobile – along with Octavia the puppet and her friends, as they bring the joy of reading to children (ages 0 to 5). Read, sing, play games, and dance while enjoying the in.gredients lawn and playground. This is a free weekly event

Upcoming Events
Sat, May 9th, 10:30-11:30am: Zumba with Rhonda Watson
Sun, May 10th, 11am-2pm: Moms and Mulberries
Every Monday, 10:30am: Storytime at in.gredients

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.  

This Week’s Produce

All non-local items are Certified Organic.
Local items come from farms with a commitment to sustainable practices.
Happy Hour(s)
$1 off pints/cans of beer and glasses of wine
$2 off pitchers, bombers, and bottles of wine

Mon-Fri 4-7pm

Promotions and News

Wine of the Week: Llano Estacado 2013 Signature White

This year Sauvignon Blanc takes the lead in Llano’s line up. The blend maintains its appeal as an exceptional reception wine. The residual sugar balances with the crisp acidity ensuring the fruity aromas of this wine follow to the mouth. This sugar balance allows Signature White to complement hot, spicy dishes such as Southwest cuisine or Thai foods while its fruit and floral aromas go well with California cuisine and fresh Mediterranean dishes.


Llano Estacado Signature White has become so popular that this winery has outgrown their ability to provide enough Texas grapes. This year they sourced grapes from three different states (California, New Mexico and Texas) to produce a wine we know you will enjoy. When current and future vineyard plantings come into production, however, they intend to bring this blend back to Texas.

Get it this week by the glass or take a bottle home for 10% off!

Coffee of the Month: Equal Exchange Rabble Rouser


In honor of World Fair Trade day on May 9th, May’s Coffee of the Month is from our Fair Trade pioneering friends at Equal Exchange.  Since the mid-1980s, their worker-owned cooperative has been championing small producers and helping build a better, more just economy.  The “Rabble Rouser” is a feisty blend with dark brown spices and malt flavors rounded out by a heavy mouthfeel and a light, zesty aftertaste.  Make May a month for shaking things up and start your mornings with the Rabble Rouser.  On special all of May! 

Wunder Monday


#WunderMonday is changing the way you start your week. Through the summer months, get savings on the delicious Wunder-Pilz Kombucha every Monday. Stop in for $1 off a glass of fermented tea and feel good about all the “wunderful” things it does for your body and taste buds alike.  Hey, you might even start looking forward to Mondays!

Vendor Spotlight



Regular profiles of some of our favorite vendors
Pecan Shop Natives

Pecan Shop’s Texas native pecans are certified pesticide-free, which makes sense considering they’re wild-harvested!  That means they don’t require irrigation, fertilization, or spraying, and they promote and support mutually beneficial, soil-building grasses.  Once harvested, their pecans are “activated,” which means they’re soaked in filtered water with sea salt to release vitamins and enzymes and dissolve enzyme inhibitors.  Low-temperature drying preserves these delicate nutrients.  As a small family business, buying Pecan Shop Natives supports not only the environment and your health, but also a healthy local economy.  

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

April 28, 2015 at 6:05 pm

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