A Case for Christmas Duck

Here is a whole post devoted to why you should roast a duck this Christmas. Nothing against turkey or brisket or ham – all of the large celebratory meats are welcome at the holidays. But this year we are keeping things tight; no big gatherings, the leaf will stay stowed in the dining room table – so why not try a littler critter for your roast beast?

The New York Times roast duck has a secret…

 

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Thanksgiving Redux

How do you downsize your Thanksgiving dinner without losing the spirit of the holiday? We want everyone to have a safe and COVID-free Thanksgiving, so we’ve got a roundup of unique and exciting recipes and tips to make a smaller harvest feast that will still be fit for your festive table.

Regular store hours this weekend, closed for Thanksgiving Monday.  Continue »



Canadian Migas Challenge

Got stale bread?

Inspired by the latest cooking video from the beloved chef José Andrés, and all the stale bread we’ve got happening in our kitchens, we got an idea. Will you bring us into your kitchen? Maybe you can start with migas! Continue »



Get The Most Out Of Your Prep, and Your Pantry

 

Now into the pot with you!

 

Reducing food waste has always been a paramount concern for us at Fiesta Farms, and recent events have made this more important than ever. Let’s look at a few ideas for shopping, preparing simple meals and using leftovers in interesting and delicious ways. Continue »



Swiss Your Steak!

 

Juicy cube Swiss steak fried and slowly stewed in a spicy tomato sauce with vegetables close-up on the table. horizontal

 

Swiss Steak is one of those retro classics that many of us grew up with, a delicious steak dinner that braised for a couple hours and never failed to please. But did you know that Swiss Steak has nothing to do with Switzerland? Wherefore, then, the name?

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