Cooking up value and flavor this week with our Turkey Burrito Bowls and Sloppy Joe’s! Everyone can enjoy these quick and easy recipes, using Shady Brook Ground Turkey (BOGO) and fun fixins’!

Let’s take a look at this week’s meal items…

Ground Turkey Burrito Bowl

1 pack (1.3 lbs) Shady Brook Farms Ground Turkey 

1 large bag (10oz) PICS Boil in Bag White Rice

1 jar (15oz each) PICS Salsa

2 cans (15oz) PICS Canned Beans

1 can (15oz) PICS Canned Corn

1 pouch McCormick Taco Seasoning

1 pack (8oz) PICS Shredded Cheese

Shop for Ground Turkey Burrito Bowls here!

Ground Turkey Sloppy Joes

1 pack (1.3 lbs) Shady Brook Farms Ground Turkey

1 can (15oz) PICS Sloppy Joes Sauce

1 lb. Sweet Potatoes

1 lb. Celery 

1 pack (8 ct.) PICS Hamburger Buns

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Ground Turkey Burrito Bowls

Take your traditional burrito bowl to the next level with this delicious and filling meal! This is sure to be a hit in your household.


Fresh chopped or dried Cilantro Corn chips


Large skillet

Medium saucepan

Large bowl

Can opener,

Wooden spoon

Large spoon


1 medium Red Onion, chopped

1 -2 cloves of garlic, chopped, or 2 TBSP jarred minced garlic; 

PICS Vegetable Oil

PICS Italian Dressing

Set a large skillet on the stove. Add 1 – 2 TBSP PICS Vegetable Oil and turn on to medium heat. When the oil is warm, add the contents of 1 package (1#) Shady Brook Ground Turkey. Add ground turkey and sauté, using the wooden spoon to break it up into smaller pieces. Cook until there is no pink color left and the turkey is slightly browned. If using a packet of seasoning, follow directions on the packet or container to add seasoning to the ground turkey.

In the medium saucepan, follow package directions for the PICS Boil-in-Bag Rice.

Looking to get creative or mix up your burrito toppings? Try our Cowboy Caviar! This is a very fun, easy recipe, and good as a dip or topping on any protein.

Cowboy Caviar: You can be flexible with the types of beans you use, and the other vegetables or fruit you chop and add, such as chopped peppers, yellow onion, and in season now, fresh mango! (Tip -the optional corn chips will be a great way to finish this off, if there are any leftovers!)

While the turkey is cooking, open the cans of beans and corn. Empty the cans into the colander, and rinse with cool water. Allow to drain, shaking a few times to drain excess water.

Place the beans and corn into a large bowl. Add the chopped red onion and garlic, and ½ cup of PICS Italian Dressing. Mix thoroughly and allow to sit at room temperature.

When the rice and turkey are done, drain in the colander if needed. Portion rice out into 4 bowls and repeat with the turkey. Top the warm turkey and rice with shredded PICS Shredded Taco or Cheddar Cheese and add a generous 2-3 TBSP of Cowboy Caviar on top. Garnish with Cilantro and enjoy!

Skillet Ground Turkey Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes are tried and true – a favorite fast meal that pleases all generations! This quick dinner gives you back some time in the evening on a busy day. It is also a flexible meal – ground turkey and PICS Sloppy Joe Sauce can be cooked ahead of time and quickly warmed up for those crazy sports-season-shifted supper times. Sweet potatoes bring the yum and a big bang of great nutrition to this family favorite!


Large skillet

Dinner-sized microwavable plate

Sheet pan

Simply Done Aluminum Foil

PICS Vegetable Oil Spray

Can opener

Wooden spoon


PICS Vegetable Oil Spray

PICS Unsalted Butter

PICS Vegetable Oil

Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

Wash fresh Sweet Potatoes and place them on a towel to dry.

Line sheet pan with foil, and spray lightly with PICS Vegetable Oil spray,

Prick sweet potatoes with a fork several times and place them on a microwave safe plate. Microwave the potatoes for 5 minutes. This will speed up the baking time, allowing you to get them done in a shorter time without losing all the mellow roasted flavor goodness. When the microwave is done, remove the potatoes with a clean towel or tongs – they will be hot! Place them on the sheet pan and put them into the oven.

Place the skillet on the stove and add two TBSP of PICS Vegetable Oil. When the oil is warmed, add the ground turkey to the skillet, using the wooden spoon to break it up into smaller pieces. Cook until there is no pink color left, and it is slightly browned.

Open the can of PICS Sloppy Joe Sauce and add it to the warm turkey, stirring in until all the turkey is coated with the sauce.

Using a fork, check sweet potatoes for doneness. They should be easy to pierce and tender. Carefully remove the sheet pan from the oven to the stove top.

Toast the PICS Hamburger Buns if you like. Spoon the warm Turkey Sloppy Joe mix onto the bun. Split the sweet potatoes in half, adding a pat of butter or a dash of chile powder or cinnamon for a fun flavor twist. Enjoy!


Mia Teal

E-Commerce Marketing

What is a Sloppy Joe, and why was this sandwich given this name? Since today is National Sloppy Joe Day, it is only right that we answer your burning Sloppy Joe questions! 

Sloppy Joes are a very popular, messy sandwich! Not only do they taste delicious, but the ingredients are generally inexpensive. Traditionally, the Sloppy Joe is made with ground beef, onions, garlic, bell pepper, Worcestershire sauce, tomato sauce or ketchup, and seasoning on a hamburger bun or roll. What a combo! Of course, there is no right or wrong way to make this sandwich. Some people have substituted beef for chicken, or a plant-based meat.

Now that we know what the sandwich consists of, why in the world is the name Sloppy Joe? Believe it or not, there are different stories on how the Sloppy Joe got its name. The first story takes place in Havana, Cuba. José García was the bar owner, and served ropa vieja to his customers. This is a type of Cuban-style pork. His customers would often joke with García that his restaurant was “sloppy,” hence the name Sloppy Joe’s.

The second tale originated in 1930 from Sioux City, Iowa. The story goes that a cook named Joe who worked in a popular restaurant would make sandwiches by dousing loose-ended meat with tomato sauce. Many believe this is how the name Sloppy Joe was born.

Which story is true? Well, that is up for you to decide. Either way, the Sloppy Joe we know and love is a delicious, warm, and filling meal. Stop by your local Price Chopper and Market 32 for the finest ingredients to make your next Sloppy Joe, or visit our website!