Try Our Fish Fry Dinners!

There was a massive fight today at the fish restaurant . . . one fish got battered!

Life can be busy, and coming home after a long day of work to make dinner can feel like a chore. At Price Chopper/Market 32 we have you covered! Our stores have a wonderful selection of warm and cold meals to-go! If you’re looking for a hot and delicious meal to grab and go, check out our wide variety of fish fry for an easy and low maintenance dinner night!

Made in-store, our fish fry is wonderfully flavorful and enveloped in our delicious batter and breading for a crispy crunch with every bite. Paired with a side of salty fries, dinner has never been easier!

Choose from a variety of our delicious meals for your enjoyment starting at $7.99!

  • Icelandic Haddock Dinner
  • Double Play Dinner
  • Icelandic Cod Dinner
  • Fried Shrimp Dinner
  • Triple Catch Platter
  • Clam Strip Dinner
  • Triple Catch Platter

(All dinners include: French fries, (add 480 cal) coleslaw, (add 150 cal) Condiments available are tartar sauce (add 40 cal), cocktail sauce (add 15 cal) ketchup (add 10 cal), blazin buffalo, sweet chili, bang bang or yum yum sauce (60-170 cal). Substitute onion rings (400 cal) for French fries for just $1 extra.)

Stop by the seafood department to enjoy your fin-tastic dinner!

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Seafood meals are smart moves for everyone, with a wonderful value story, too!

Seafood is a great, lean protein source, and recommended to be enjoyed at least twice per week by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the American Heart Association.

The Covelle items are frozen and individually cryo-vacced in their packages which makes it easy to plan and easy to keep on hand for busy days. Use 1, 2 or all 4 – great to have that level of quality and flexibility.

Quick-cooking – these frozen seafood filets can go from freezer to pan without defrosting – they cook up in a skillet or a sheet pan in 10 – 15 minutes, win-win for family meals!

Savory and satisfying – seafood is a culinary treasure, easy to season with your favorite spices, herbs and sauces. Stay traditional with lemon and garlic or explore the ocean’s treasures (and great variety of Cape Covelle items) and world flavors like chili-lime and barbeque rubs! Did you know, many seasoning blends are also lower or no sodium – you can get great flavor and manage sodium with blends by PICS, McCormick, Weber, Kinder and Badia.

Everyone can make these quick and savory favorites. Check out these ideas, tips, and hacks for delicious seafood meals! First, let’s take a closer look at our items needed for this week.

1 pack Cape Covelle Wild Caught Salmon (buy one get one FREE this week)

1 pack Cape Covelle Haddock (buy one get one FREE this week)

1 lb. Green Asparagus

1 bag Little Potato Company Gourmet Potatoes

1 pack Dole Chopped Salad Kit, Crunchy Taco

1 Avocado

1 pack PICS Tortillas

1 can (15 oz) PICS Black Bean Salsa

Planning ahead? Defrost filets in the bag in the refrigerator, up to 1 day ahead of when they will be cooked.

Sheet pan prep: Use Simply Done Aluminum Foil and a light spray of PICS Vegetable Oil to make cooking and clean up quick and easy. You can cook filets and fresh or on the same tray, with or without crimping the foil to create a barrier between different items on the same sheet pan.

Cooking from frozen? Tip – Some recipes call for rinsing the frozen filet, but that is not necessary. Use the 2-step directions below to keep your recipe and timeline on track. For seafood servings that are 6 Oz. or less.

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Sheet Pan Hack: Place frozen filets (if skin is on, skin side down) on the lightly oiled sheet pan. Cover filets loosely with foil for the first 10-12 minutes. This allows the filet to steam/defrost and maintain moisture. The same can be done with frozen vegetables. After 12 minutes, remove the foil covers. Season with herbs and spices, or a sauce, and return to the oven to finish for 10- 12 more minutes, or when an instant read thermometer reads 145 degrees.

Freezer to Skillet Hack: Set skillet and a cover that can be placed over frozen seafood on the stove. Spray skillet with PICS Vegetable Spray. Turn burner on low, and place filet(s) on the skillet. Place cover over seafood and allow to steam/sauté for 5 – 10 minutes. Remove cover and flip filets. Season or sauce and cook over low/medium heat until done, 10 – 12 minutes, until an instant read thermometer reads 145 degrees.

This Sheet Pan Salmon meal is a winner!

Reel in the simplicity with this delicious, easy meal.

Wash and trim the ends on the asparagus.

Hack: Place Gourmet Baby Potatoes on a microwave safe dinner plate, and microwave for 2-3 minutes. Move them around the plate to promote even cooking and microwave for 1 more minute. This will speed cooking so the salmon, asparagus, and potatoes all finish roasting at the same time.

Preheat oven. If seafood and veggies are not frozen, 375 degrees is fine.

Place salmon on one end of the pan, potatoes in the middle, and asparagus on the other end of the pan. Spread veggies and potatoes so they all have a spot on the pan, and none are stacked on top of each other. Spray seafood, veggies, and potatoes lightly with PICS Vegetable Oil if desired. Season with herbs and spices. Roast on the top rack in the oven, turning the veggies and potatoes at the 10-minute mark to promote even cooking. If using a sauce on the salmon, brush it on after turning the vegetables. Return to the oven for 10-12 minutes, until an instant-read thermometer reads 145 degrees and all vegetables are cooked. Serve it up!

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Haddock Tacos

Change up Taco Tuesday with these mouth-watering haddock tacos!

Follow the directions above for cooking the haddock by your preferred method, sheep pan or skillet.

While the haddock is cooking, prepare the Dole salad according to directions, reserving the corn chips.

Wash and slice the avocado in half, then into chunks.

Open PICS Salsa.

Place Pics Tortillas, 2 per plate, up to 4 plates or servings.

When haddock is cooked, allow it to rest for a minute, then divide each filet into two pieces and place on the center of the tortillas. You may want to cut those pieces into smaller chunks to distribute the length of the tortilla. Sprinkle with chili-lime or taco spices. Using the Dole Crunchy Taco Salad kit for most of the filling is a great hack that delivers a delicious meal – maxing veggie variety and flavor while also saving time and stretching your budget!    . Using a slotted spoon, place 1-2 spoonfuls of PICS salsa on the salad, and add a few of the avocado chunks. Sprinkle tortilla chips from the salad on top of the other ingredients, roll up and serve. Sassy, savory and simple.  

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Final Tip: Many like the texture of seafood that has been cooked in the skillet for fish tacos, but you can prepare it either way. Cooking the haddock by the sheet pan method while preparing a different dinner a day or two before you plan to serve it can put you way ahead on a busy night – just warm the cooked haddock in the microwave and serve up with the rest of the fresh ingredients!

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We’re getting into late February and we’re sure the snow isn’t done falling here in the Northeast! There’s plenty of time left to get our snowpants on and hit the hills. If you are looking for a new place to go sledding, take a look at our favorite hills in our neighborhoods!

Lincoln Park – Albany, NY | Delaware Ave #45

Lincoln Park is the city of Albany’s classic sledding spot. It’s easy accessibility and great hills make it a staple for winter fun.

228 Eagle St, Albany, NY 12202

Blatnick Park – Niskayuna, NY | Eastern Parkway #1

Blatnick Park provides awesome rolling hills, making the park fun for the whole family.

River Rd, Schenectady, NY 12309

Burlington Country Club – Burlington, VT | South Burlington #228.

Sledders of all ages flock to the Burlington Country Club when the snow starts coming down. The terrain is wide and diverse, with plenty of run-out at the bottom.

568 South Prospect Street, South Burlington, VT 05401

Page Park – Bristol, CT | Bristol #204

Home to three of the best sledding hills in Hartford County. From beginner to more advanced slopes, Page Park has it all.

581 King St, Bristol, CT 06010

Long Branch Park – Liverpool, NY | Clay #182

As one of CNY’s few “official” hills, Long Branch Park is the place to be for outdoor winter entertainment.  

3813 Long Branch Rd, Liverpool, NY 13090

Frances Slocum State Park – Wyoming, PA | Wyoming #173

Frances Slocum State Park provides great slopes for sledding, and a blast of a time for sledders.

567 Mt. Olivet, Wyoming, PA 18644

Green Hill Park – Worcester, MA | Park Avenue #148

You can tell Green Hill Park is great for sledding just by its name. In the search for great sledding this park does not disappoint.

50 Skyline Dr, Worcester, MA 01605

Monument Mountain Regional High School – Great Barrington, MA | Great Barrington #155

Monument Mountain Regional High School has a large, steep hill. An intense ride for sledding-lovers.

600 Stockbridge Rd, Great Barrington, MA 01230

Memorial Park – Brattleboro, VT | Brattleboro #136

Memorial Park is a fun for everyone experience that will have you coming back every snowfall.

Memorial Park Dr, West Brattleboro, VT 05301

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Ground beef is a quintessential value meal maker – so many options, and not a lot of time required to make a great meal. The Market 32 Fresh 85% Lean Ground Beef Value Pack is 3 lbs., setting us up for 3 meals that come in under $3 per serving. Each meal offers up to 4 servings, with plenty of room for your personal favorite flavors and seasonings. Divide the value pack into 3 (approximately) 1 lb. sections. Per USDA food safety recommendations, store the remaining fresh burger in the refrigerator for up to 2 days, or freeze.

This week’s meal items:

3 lbs. Market 32 85% Ground Beef 

1 bag Market 32 Baby Gourmet Yellow Potatoes

1 lb. Bunch Celery

1 pack Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Buns

1 box (16oz) Barilla Pasta, any variety

1 can (10oz) Rotel Tomatoes with Green Chilies

16 oz PICS Block Cheddar Cheese

1 bag Green Giant Fresh Cut Broccoli

1 can (29oz) PICS Diced Tomatoes 

1 can (15oz) PICS Kidney Beans

1 bag (8oz) PICS Cheddar or Mexican Blend Shredded Cheese

1 bag On the Border Tortilla Chips

Meal 1: Burgers and Fresh Broccoli Dippers!

These burgers take on a delicious green twist that your family will love.

What you’ll need:

1 lb. Market 32 85% Ground Beef, shaped into 4 patties

1 bag Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Burger Buns

1 bag Market 32 Baby Gourmet Yellow Potatoes

1 bag Green Giant Fresh Cut Broccoli

Preheat oven to 400 degrees and spray a large sheet pan with PICS Vegetable Oil. Place the contents of the Market 32 bag of Baby Gourmet Potatoes on the tray, separating to ensure they will roast evenly. Place potatoes in the oven.

Spray a large skillet with PICS Vegetable Oil Spray and set it on the stove top on low while you shape the Market 32 Ground Beef into 4 even patties. Season with salt and pepper, or your favorite spice blend.

Carefully place the patties into the hot skillet, allowing it to cook 4-5 minutes per side.

Divide the bag of cut Green Giant Broccoli on 4 plates, and your favorite dip! PICS Ranch is a delicious option here.

Potatoes should be done in 15 – 20 minutes, or when they are tender. Remove from oven and toss in a bowl with butter or a sprinkle of Parmesan Cheese.

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Meal 2: Rotel Crowd-Pleaser Pasta*

This recipe makes enough for dinner and then some. You will think you might have leftovers, but….. maybe not! Yum! 😊 This versatile meal can be assembled and warmed in a slow cooker or cooked up on the stove top.

What you’ll need:

1 lb. Market 32 85% Lean Ground Beef, browned & drained

1 box (16 oz) Barilla Pasta – Choose your favorite cut! Follow package directions to cook & drain in a colander. Reserve up to 1 cup of pasta water.

1 can (10oz) Rotel Tomatoes with Green Chilies

1 block (16oz) PICS Cheddar Cheese

Unwrap the PICS cheese block, cut into small squares to ensure easy melting.

Brown beef in a large skillet or pot, breaking it up into smaller pieces as it cooks. At the same time, cook pasta in a large pot with water according to package directions. When done, carefully reserve one cup of cooking water in a glass measuring cup. Drain excess fat from beef and drain pasta in a colander.

Stove Top Directions – Return pasta and reserved cooking water to the pasta pot. Turn the stove burner on low, and add the browned beef, cheese and can (or two!) of Rotel Tomatoes with Green Chilies. Stir occasionally until cheese is melted and all ingredients are combined.

Slow Cooker Directions – Turn cooker on to low. Add browned beef, cooked pasta, cheese shreds or cubes, and the whole can of Rotel tomatoes and chilies. (You can use two cans if you like more vegetables!) Cook on low, stirring occasionally until the cheese is melted and all ingredients combined. Use the reserved cooking water if needed to ensure a smooth, creamy sauce. Call the kids and enjoy!

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*Adapted from the MamaLovesCooking Recipe Blog, accessed 2/12/2024.

Meal #3: Ch-Ch-Ch-Chili!

Warm up to this favorite cold-weather meal! This Chili recipe is a one-pot wonder – make it your own with delicious additions, like PICS Tomatoes, PICS canned Kidney Beans and your favorite chili seasonings. McCormick makes some great seasoning packages that make it a no-brainer for those super busy, just-get-it-done days.

What you’ll need:

Remaining 1 lb. Market 32 85% ground beef

1 can (29oz) PICS Diced Tomatoes

1 can (15oz) PICS Kidney Beans

In a large pot, brown the remaining 1# of Market 32 Ground Beef, breaking it apart as it cooks. Drain excess fat and return the pot to the stove top. Add 1 (29 Oz.) can PICS Diced Tomatoes, 1 15. Oz. can PICS Kidney Beans, chili seasoning packets, or your own spice blend. (Tip – add some whole grain PICS Canned Sweet Corn for color and crunch.) Simmer on low for approximately 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, until all ingredients are combined.

Top chili with PICS Shredded Cheese and serve with On The Border Tortilla Chips for a meal they will all say please and thanks for! This is also a good one to freeze for another day. Enjoy!

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Happy Mardi Gras! This popular holiday is celebrated by many and is widely known for its extravagant and lively celebrations in New Orleans! This celebration is filled with food, parties, drinking and lively celebrations that take up the entire city. When one thinks of Mardi Gras, there are three colors that should come to mind: green, purple and gold (or yellow!) The colors were chosen by Rex, King of the Carnival and all represent different symbols. Purple stands for justice, while green stands for faith and gold stands for power. Though this celebration has little to do with flowers, that doesn’t mean we can’t add our own unique take on it! In this blog we’re going to make a DIY Mardi Gras bouquet that is sure to add a little color in your space!  

Mardi Gras has been celebrated since the 18th century and has never ceased to bring celebration and enchantment every year. That said, we’re going to make a bouquet that mimics the same excitement that comes with the holiday and celebrations! What you’ll need: 

  1. Medium height vase 
  2. Party beads (specifically in purple, green and gold shades)  
  3. Flowers 
  4. Purple flowers that I recommend: lilac, purple daisies, lavender or hyacinth! 
  5. Greenery of any kind but I have a strong preference for ivy, leather fern, silver dollar eucalyptus, baby blue and baby’s breath! (You can also use statice for some more purple flare.) 
  6. Though there are no natural gold flowers, there are yellow flowers! Here are some I recommend! Sunflowers, marigolds, tulips, chrysanthemum, goldenrod and the primrose! 
  7. (Optional) ribbon!  

Let’s begin: 

Step One: Start with your vase. You’re going to want to fill it with your Mardi Gras themed beads. There doesn’t have to be any order to this, do what you like!  

Step two: Once the vase is filled with beads start to create your bouquet! If you’re not confident in your bouquet making skills, we have a blog that will help you, click here! Don’t forget, because there’s no water in your vase, your flowers are more prone to die faster! If you want to prolong their life, nestle a small glass into your vase and place your bouquet in the cup with water. Then you work around your cup and use the beads to hide it! Make this bouquet as extravagant as you want! 

(Optional): You can always add feathers and Mardi Gras masks to the bouquet as well!  

Step Three: now that you have your finished bouquet, you can wrap a beautiful ribbon around the vase and voila! You’ve got a beautiful and easy to make Mardi Gras bouquet!

Buy all your floral needs at Price Chopper/Markert 32 Floral Department!  

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Got a hungry crowd? These value meal ideas keep your budget and time under control while delivering hearty and delicious meals. Each meal should serve up to 4 people, all under $3 per person! Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients you will need.

1 lb. Market 32 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts

1 box Prince Pasta

1 Jar Classico Alfredo Sauce

1 pack PICS Frozen Chopped Spinach

1 bag PICS Shredded Swiss 8oz

1 container Market 32 White Mushrooms

1 container Hormel Mashed Potatoes 

1 container Pillsbury Grands Biscuits

1 bag Birdseye Steamfresh Brussels Sprouts

1 bag Birdseye Steamfresh Mixed Vegetables

1 can PICS Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup

1 bag Full Circle Organic Baby Carrots

Chicken Alfredo Pasta Bake

First up is a Chicken Alfredo Pasta Bake, with a hack to get ahead on kid-favorite Muffin Tin Pot Pies What better way to create a meal your family will enjoy while also getting prepared for a different meal later in the week?

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a sheet pan with PICS Vegetable Oil Spray, and place all but two of the chicken breasts on the sheet pan. Roast for about 30 minutes.  

While the chicken is roasting, cook 1 box of Prince Pasta, cook according to package directions. Drain when cooked, saving 1 cup of water from the pot. (Tip – pasta shells or spirals will soak up more sauce. Reserve another ½ cup of water for those varieties.)  

Open 1 package of PICS Frozen Chopped or Leaf Spinach. Add to the warm pasta, mixing in to assist with defrosting.  

When the chicken is cooked, (internal temperature 165 degrees) remove from the pan and divide the roasted breasts into two equal portions (2-3 breasts each). Cover and refrigerate the second portion of chicken for the pot pies. Cut the remaining chicken breasts into bite-sized pieces. Add the chicken pieces to the pasta and spinach in the pot, then the contents of the jar of Classico Alfredo Sauce, and the reserved pasta water. Heat on low and stir occasionally to combine until sauce is simmering, adding more water as needed to coat the pasta and chicken. Luscious! 

Sheet Pan Mushroom Swiss Chicken  

This simple one-pan meal will make everyone happy! You can’t forget the convenience of sheet pan meals. Having everything in one area and not having to clean up multiple dishes is a win-win.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  

Spray a large sheet pan with PICS Vegetable Oil, (or place Simply Done Aluminum Foil on the sheet pan before spraying oil to cut down on clean up time!  #Hack) coating the entire pan surface. Place chicken breasts on the pan at one end. Season with salt and pepper.  

Toss Brussels Sprouts and mushrooms with 1- 2 TB PICS Olive Oil, and add to the sheet pan, spreading out so all veggies have room to roast.  

Bake for 25 minutes, turning vegetables once to roast evenly, for about 25 minutes. Veggies may be done slightly ahead of the chicken – check the sprouts with a fork, they should be slightly browned and tender.  

Hormel Mashed Potatoes are up next – follow package directions to heat the potatoes up in the microwave. Keeping time in mind, get them set up in the microwave, ready to start.

Remove tray from oven. Turn oven up to broil. Remove vegetables from the tray with a spatula, placing them in a bowl for serving. Place shredded Swiss on each chicken breast and return to the lower rack of the oven. Set the microwave according to potato package instructions, which takes about 5 minutes. Broil until cheese is melted and slightly browned.  

Check the internal temperature of the chicken – it is done when the thermometer reads 165 degrees. Serve and savor! 

Muffin Tin Pot Pies* – Easy to assemble, bake and freeze for a quick meal on a busy day!  

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  

Spray 1 muffin tin with PICS Vegetable Oil.  

Follow directions and microwave 1 (10 Oz) bag of Birdseye Steamfresh Mixed Vegetables, or 1 (10 oz.) bag of PICS Steambag Frozen vegetables of your choice.  

Cut remaining roasted chicken breasts into bite-size pieces. Add cooked vegetables to the cut chicken breast. Add PICS soup to the chicken and vegetables and mix well.  

Open 1 Grands Biscuit containers. Separate biscuits and use the palm of your hand or the end of a clean jar to flatten to about 5-inch diameter. Place each biscuit into a muffin cup, leaving the edges open. Fill each biscuit cup with about 1/3rd (3 TB) of chicken and vegetables mixture. Crimp biscuit edges over the mixture – they will resemble small hand-pies.  

Place the sheet pan with the baby carrots on the top rack, and the muffin tins on the lower rack of the oven. Bake for 25 – 30 minutes, until the tops are golden brown. Serve 2 mini pot pies with the side of roasted carrots, or cool and freeze for a busy day!  

*Recipe adapted from Pillsbury, accessed 2/7/2024.

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Happy Game Day! For many people February is the best month for football, great company . . . and tasty food! Take on the Big Game with a delicious assortment of finger foods. Impress your guests with an array of unique recipes that are as tasty as they are easy to make! 

Baked Buffalo Cheese Sticks. Enjoy game day with a classic finger food appetizer! Cheese sticks are an easy and delicious option fit for many guests! Not only are they incredibly cheesy, but they’re wonderfully spicy. Mix and match hot sauces to your preference and don’t be afraid to have fun with new flavors. The spicier the better! 

Cauliflower-Chicken Alfredo Dip. No game day is complete without some sort of veggie dip! In fifteen minutes, you can have an easy made dip that tastes delicious. Elevate traditional game day dips with a cauliflower-chicken alfredo dip! Pair your chicken dip with veggies, breads or cured meats for a delicious burst of flavor. 

Cannoli Dip. To every savory dip you always need a sweet dip! Impress your guests with a cannoli dip that takes no longer than ten minutes to whip up. Delicious with graham crackers or a cannoli chip, this sweet treat will become a fan favorite during game-night! 

Gourmet White Mac and Cheese. Finger foods are fun and simple, but an easy entree is filling and delicious. Treat your guests to a creamy white mac and cheese topped with flaky panko breadcrumbs. This dish is easy to make in large quantities and is a crowd favorite! Prepare this dish in under twenty-five minutes and serve with ease!

There you have it, four recipes that taste delicious and take minimal effort to prepare and bake; take on Game-Day with ease! Shop Price Chopper/Market 32 for delicious meals for any occasion.  

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Welcome to February! Amongst the cold and dreary weather of the winter, February proves to be a fan-favorite month due to a few different occasions: Valentine’s Day and the Big Game! Though these two days are vastly different, both can be elevated with good company . . . and good cheese! Price Chopper/Market 32 is thrilled to announce our cheese of the month: BelGioioso Blue Cheese! End the age-old “ranch or blue cheese” debate with our robust and tangy, blue-veined cheese!  

BelGioioso Blue Cheese is a crumbly and creamy cheese made from cow’s milk while being pierced with small holes, allowing air to penetrate and facilitating the growth of beneficial mold. Paired nicely with cured meats, bread and grapes, blue cheese is the perfect accent for any charcuterie board. Enjoy your BelGioioso Blue Cheese with a bottle of Riesling or the taste of a bitter-sweet chocolate stout to elevate your cheese experience!

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Here at Price Chopper/Market 32 we have a special place in our heart for our furry friends! Pets are like family, and they should be treated like that too. Spoil your loyal companion with a wide array of yummy treats that are worth two tails up!  

PICS Peanut Butter. Served on a spoon, in a homemade dog treat or stuffed in a kong toy, peanut butter is a fan-favorite amongst dogs! Browse the PICS brand peanut butter selection for the perfect nutty treat. 

Purina Beggin’ Strips. If there’s one thing dogs love more than peanut butter, it’s bacon . . . or “beggin’.” At Price Chopper/Market 32 we offer a wide range of dog treats, but Beggin’ Strips have proven to be a consistent fan-favorite amongst our furry friends! Explore all of Purina’s treats located at Price Chopper/Market 32! 

Lil’ Shakes. Dogs aren’t the only pets that deserve a treat! Our feline friends could never be forgotten at Price Chopper/Market 32. We offer a wide variety of hard and soft treats that will satisfy our fur babies’ hearts! Lil’ Shakes are soft lickable chicken flavored treats that can be served by themselves or on top of cats’ food! 

Party Mix Lobster & Mac ‘N’ Cheese. It’s a party! Treat your cat to Purina’s Party Mix treat pack. These hard cat treats are widely popular and come in various flavors so your feline friend will never get bored of them! 

At Price Chopper/Market 32, we love our pets and strive to provide quality products that they will wag their tails for! Shop all pet needs on our Pet Savings page. We hope your shopping experience is purrfect! 

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We are kicking off another month of value meals right to your inbox! We know you are knee-deep looking at recipes and ideas for your Big Game party food, so we’re sharing a couple of “pregame” ideas that will be quick and easy and keep your energy available for getting creative. This will keep your budget in good shape as well – these two winners serve 4 for $4!

Let’s take a closer look at this week’s meal items:

-1 lb Market 32 Hot or Sweet Italian Sausage

-4 Green Bell Peppers

-1 box PICS Instant White Rice, 14oz

-1 Yellow Onion

-1 jar Prego Pasta Sauce

-1 dozen PICS Grade A Jumbo Eggs

-1 bag PICS Burrito Tortilla, Flour, 10 inch

-1 can PICS Enchilada Sauce

-1 bag PICS Shredded Cheese of choice, 8oz

-1 can PICS Black Beans

First on the field is a fun twist on a traditional comfort food recipe – Sausage Stuffed Peppers! Make them sweet or hot, your call. You can also make them ahead and serve them up another day. You will need: 

-1 lb Market 32 Hot or Sweet Italian Sausage

-4 Green Bell Peppers

-1 box PICS Instant White Rice, 14oz

-1 Yellow Onion

-1 jar Prego Pasta Sauce

Kickoff!

Prepare rice according to package directions. Hack – cook double and freeze what you don’t need for a quick whole grain side or an easy add to soup.

Dice onion. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Split 1 lb. of sausage and discard casing. Brown sausage in a large skillet, breaking it up into smaller pieces as it cooks. Add diced onion to the skillet as sausage begins to brown. When sausage is cooked, drain fat and set aside.

Wash and dry peppers. Cut the tops off and remove seeds and membranes. Hack – speed cooking time by microwaving the peppers on high for 3 – 4 minutes. It is like blanching and will reduce overall cooking time.

Combine sausage and rice in the skillet. Add ¾ jar of pasta sauce, and additional seasonings if you like, such as a tsp of Italian herbs, or ½ tsp of granulated garlic. Combine all ingredients.

Prep a casserole dish large enough to hold 4 peppers upright with a light spray of vegetable oil. Place pepper cups in the dish, and spoon filling in, packing it down and allowing it to mound on top. Top with a Tbsp. or two of the remaining pasta sauce and put the top back on the peppers.

Bake for 30 minutes, until a meat thermometer reads 165 degrees. Make it your own with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese or shredded mozzarella and a pinch of chopped parsley. Enjoy!

Next up are Breakfast for Dinner Enchilada Casserole! You will need:

-1 dozen PICS Grade A Jumbo Eggs

-1 bag PICS Burrito Tortilla, Flour, 10 inch

-1 can PICS Enchilada Sauce

-1 bag PICS Shredded Cheese of choice, 8oz

-1 can PICS Black Beans

Hey, imagine this – you’re kicking off your evening with the coolest twist ever: breakfast for dinner! We’re talking about a total flavor fiesta here with fluffy eggs, cheese that will melt in your mouth, and beans to keep you fuller longer! This comes together quickly and bakes up in 25 minutes. No rolling the enchiladas for this version – less fuss keeps saves you valuable time with this value recipe!

Spray a 9 X 11 inch casserole dish lightly with oil. Heat oven to 350 degrees.

Split sausage and discard casing. Crumble sausage into skillet and brown, breaking it up as it cooks. Remove cooked sausage and drain. Hack- wipe the skillet and reuse to cook the eggs. Spray lightly with vegetable oil. Return skillet to stove, and heat to cook scrambled eggs and beans.

Open, drain and rinse the black beans. Beat 8 eggs, then pour into the warming skillet. As egg begins to cook, add beans in and scramble until eggs are done.

Open Enchilada Sauce and pour some into the bottom of the casserole dish, coating the base. Lay flour tortillas along the bottom, then layer the egg and bean mixture, sausage, enchilada sauce and shredded cheese. Repeat for a second layer, ending with shredded cheese on top. Cover with foil and cook in the oven for 30 minutes. Remove the foil and cook 10 minutes more until cheese is bubbly and everyone is excited! Serve with sour cream. Enjoy!

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