Chill Out with Lemon and Peppermint

We think of peppermint as the perfect mid-summer scent, because it is full of cooling menthol, signaling the brain to chill and deliver that famous tingly cool sensation. Try making a refreshing lemon bubbler with 1/4 cup packed, fresh mint leaves, 1 tablespoon of fresh squeezed lemon juice, and 8 ounces of chilled sparkling water. […]

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Make It a Tacolicious Dinner Tonight

Feed a family of four a delicious dinner for under $25 with fresh, organic, high-quality ingredients from our store. To get you started here’s a shopping list and recipe for crispy chicken tacos served with queso cotija and organic, refried black beans. Crispy Chicken Tacos Recipe Dress up a family favorite with Riega Organic taco seasoning mix. Jam packed with […]

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Cool Off with Summertime Soothers

Cooling and soothing are two things we often seek during the steamy summer months. Many essential oils have these characteristics, and they can be used in a variety of applications, from mists to shower gels and body washes to shaving lotions and beyond. Select your favorite oils and preparations — or have fun experimenting with new […]

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The Perfect Picnic: Just Add Sunshine

Unfurl a picnic blanket in the summer breeze and set up a lunch or dinner spread in no time with these simple tips. Find the right location The first step to a successful picnic is finding the perfect spot. Choose a space such as a meadow, park or riverside with tables or soft grass or […]

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Alfresco Entertaining Made Easy

Some of summer’s favorite moments happen right in your backyard: The sounds of children running around, the smells of fresh-cut grass and newly planted flowers, and the gathering of family and friends make the season one to take full advantage of after the chilly winter and brisk spring months. The best way to bring everyone […]

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Enjoy a Taste of the Mediterranean Tonight

  When it comes to a weeknight meal that is simple to make, especially when grilled outdoors on a barbecue saving time on kitchen cleanup, these kabobs make a delicious dinner. We’re sure this is destined to become a part of your regular menu rotation. Here’s a shopping list and directions for chicken kabobs served with […]

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‘Eco-Friendly’ is Our Middle Name

As an RRR Business Leader, Jackson Whole Grocer joins many businesses in our community that strive to create a more sustainable Jackson Hole. Every day, we focus on upholding the three R’s — reduce, reuse, and recycle. Our efforts with waste reduction, energy conservation, and green building are a few ways we help protect the environment. Our five-member “Green Team” which […]

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The Easiest Ever Asparagus Soup

Fresh asparagus comes into season earlier than other seasonal vegetables, and those of us who love it can’t wait to get our hands on it. Here in Jackson, at our store headquarters, the evenings are still chilly enough to justify having soup. With this recipe, you can enjoy fresh asparagus right now. Simple and irresistibly creamy, […]

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Come Home to Dinner

Feed a family of four a delicious dinner for under $25 with fresh, organic, high-quality ingredients from our store. To get you started here’s a shopping list and recipe for stuffed green peppers served with a Caesar salad. STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS RECIPE Ingredients 4 large bell peppers,  green 1 lb ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced […]

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DIY: Easter Egg Dye from Fruits & Veggies

Easter eggs dyed with fresh ingredients like beets (pink), turmeric (yellow), onion skins (ochre) and blueberries (blue) create lovely, subtly hued eggs, naturally. Here’s how … Suggestions for Making Natural Dyes Red/pink: Boil a few cut beets in a small pot of water till tender and the cooking liquid turns a deep pink. Pour liquid into a small […]

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Two-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

It might sound too good to be true, but this recipe is for real. You can make a rich and heavenly chocolate mousse with only two ingredients! When we read about this, we knew we wanted to make (and eat) it! This mousse is so good, we’re sharing the recipe so you can serve up a little decadence […]

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Spring Cleaning Doesn’t Have to Be Ruff

Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and the ever-daunting spring cleaning checklist is looming. As you take on tasks this year, make the kitchen a top priority. Besides a little extra deep cleaning, it could be time to rethink its organization. With a few inspired solutions, counters can be freed from clutter, allowing more space […]

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Holy Guacamole!

There’s guacamole, and there’s GUACAMOLE! This recipe from Milk Street magazine which is on stands now and available in our store is the real deal – clean, simple and bold. Hold the lime and garlic. Trust us, you won’t miss it. The secret is in choosing just the right avocados – soft, but slightly firm […]

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DIY Project: Enticing Syrups & Extracts

Vanilla beans, lemons, and herbs make wonderful syrups, liqueurs, and extracts when combined with simple syrup or vodka. Use these recipes to get started. The hardest part will be waiting for the infusions to age.     VANILLA EXTRACT Makes about 1 cup. Ingredients 7 Frontier Organic Vanilla Beans, split lengthwise or chopped (about ½ cup) 8 […]

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A Delicious Colcannon Recipe for St. Pat’s

  It’s not all corned beef and cabbage, Guinness and whiskey. Channel the luck o’ the Irish with this traditional Irish dish — colcannon — a creamy, buttery side of mashed potatoes, cabbage and bacon. Colcannon Recipe Servings: 12 Ingredients 3 pounds potatoes, scrubbed 2 sticks butter 1 1/4 cups hot milk Freshly ground black pepper 1 […]

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Bring the Family Together for Mealtime

Between work and school-year commitments, it can be difficult to carve out time to sit down at the table and enjoy a home-cooked dinner as a family, but it is well worth the effort. In addition to offering an opportunity to bond, eating together and engaging in conversation can have a deeper influence on children. […]

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Twirl a Forkfull of Spaghetti Tonight

  When it comes to pasta, it doesn’t get much easier than spaghetti and meatballs. Kids can’t resist spaghetti covered with cheese. So if you’re in a hurry, spaghetti is the perfect family-friendly meal. Here’s a shopping list and menu for spaghetti and meatballs served with grated parmesan cheese and a fresh baguette from one of our local bakers.     Spaghetti Dinner for […]

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Have Your Jam and Eat It Too

This small-batch recipe for a simple raspberry jam surprises with a superfood — chia seeds — which acts as a substitute for pectin. Slather this tasty jam on fresh-made toast, muffins, crepes, or scones at breakfast. For an added brunch-time treat, pile on some ricotta blended with a touch of vanilla, orange zest, and sugar. Raspberry Chia Seed Jam When […]

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DIY: Nut Butter from Scratch

Making creamy, fresh nut butter is easier than you think. You only need a few ingredients and a food processor. Follow these recipes, and you’re on your way to reviving the traditional PB&J. After all, everything goes better with butter, nut butter that is! Using nuts such as almonds or cashews, you can make delicious […]

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