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burger02/06/2023

Do you know what you’re grilling for the Big Game this Sunday?

A few Angus Beef burgers? All-beef hot dogs? Or maybe a rack of baby back ribs? No matter what you’re grilling, you can count on Bianchini’s to have what you need to make your cookout feel like the gaming winning touchdown. Browse our excellent selection of seasonings, spices, sauces and marinades to take your food to the next level of deliciousness. If you have any questions or need a recommendation, our staff is more than happy to help. Once you’ve seen our selections, you’ll know why Bianchini’s is the Readers Choice Best Place to Buy Meat for 2018, 2019 and 2021. Browse out our grilling recipe collection from some tasty ideas.

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hot chocolate01/30/2023

January 31st is National Hot Chocolate Day!

Few things are better than a toasty warm mug of hot cocoa on a cool winter day. And this Tuesday, January 31st, is National Hot Chocolate Day! Celebrate this sweet occasion with a large mug of Ghirardelli Hot Chocolate, rated Best Hot Chocolate by Bon Appétit Magazine. Ghirardelli’s Hot Cocoa mixes are among the best, using Dutch chocolate and the finest ingredients, creating an unmatched flavor and aroma with zero artificial flavors or colors and no preservatives.

Ghiradelli Hot Chocolate

Every sip is perfectly sweet and satisfying.

Ingredients

  • 1 packet Ghiradelli Premium Hot Cocoa
  • 1 square Ghiradelli chocolate, your preference
  • 6 oz. milk

Directions

Pour milk into a small pan. Bring to low heat. Once the milk is hot, turn off the heat.

 

Open the Ghirardelli cocoa packet and empty into a mug.

 

Break Ghirardelli chocolate square into small pieces and add to the mug.

 

Slowly pour the hot milk into the mug and stir until powder is dissolved and the chocolate pieces have melted. Enjoy!

 

Servings 3

 

chocolate bar01/30/2023

Did you know that February 1st is National Dark Chocolate Day?

What better way to begin February than with a sweet foodie holiday? Dark chocolate is distinct in that it’s made from cocoa solids and cocoa butter, while milk chocolate also includes butter and milk. Dark chocolate’s flavor is described as fuller and richer, making it a favorable choice for snacking. For all of those dark chocolate lovers out there, we carry an assortment of premium dark chocolate bars, including, Chocolove, Divine, Endangered Species, Ghirardelli, Lindt and many more. If you love dark chocolate stop by our stores and browse our selections!

soup01/30/2023

Soup is on the Menu

We are so excited to celebrate National Homemade Soup Day, this Saturday, February 4th. If you’ve never tried making your own before, today is the perfect day to try a new recipe. Whether you love your soup on the stovetop or in the slow cooker, we have a recipe for you. Here’s a fascinating fact, soup has been made by people all over the world for thousands of years. The earliest signs of soup dates back to around 20,000 B.C., where ancient pottery discovered in China’s Xianrendong Cave is believed to have been used in preparation. While the equipment and cooking techniques may have changed over the centuries, the core concept remains the same, a liquid base with vegetables, meat or seafood cooked together. Need a recipe to start cooking? Try one of our delectable soup recipes from our collection.

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chicken wings01/23/2023

NFL Conference Playoffs Countdown

We’re counting down the days to watch the NFL Conference Playoffs on Sunday, 1/29. Don’t forget to stock up on all of your favorite tailgate party foods before kickoff so you don’t miss a second of the games. We have a delicious assortment of snacks and appetizers grilling meats and hot wings to satisfy any cravings. Whether you love your extra spicy or on the sweeter side, we have all of the ingredients you need to make lip-smacking homemade wings. Never made wings at home? Don’t sweat, our wing recipe collection has you covered.

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grocery bag spilling01/23/2023

Bianchini’s My Menu is Shopping Made Easier

Have you tried Bianchini’s My Menu? It’s an easy-to-use page that can help plan out your weekly menus and can double as your shopping list. While viewing our recipes, you can click on Add to My Menu to save it to your weekly menu or click on Add All Ingredients Shopping List to save them in your digital shopping list for your next trip to the store. It’s really that easy! Follow the link to start using My Menu.

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fish tacos01/23/2023

Reel-y Good Crispy Fish Tacos

Join us in celebrating National Fish Taco Day, this Wednesday, January 25th. Fish tacos are typically lightly battered, deep fried and placed in a soft tortilla, creating a delightful contrast of soft and crunchy textures with every bite. The first fish taco is believed to have come from the coastal beach town of San Felipe. One day, a local taco shop owner decided to batter fresh fish fillets, wrap them in warm, toasted tortillas and serve them with a spicy creamy mayonnaise sauce topping. You don’t need to travel to find tasty fish tacos, just stop in your local Bianchini’s to find all of the ingredients you need to make your own at home. If you’re looking for a tasty starting point, check our fish taco recipe collection.

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spicy food01/16/2023

Turn Up the Heat with Spicy Foods

If you love your foods to be on the fiery side, January 16th, AKA Hot and Spicy Foods Day, is your day to celebrate. Check out our recipe collection to find a variety of spicy dishes, from hot wings to five alarm chili, we have so many recipes that are sure to tickle your taste buds with spiciness. Did you know that spices have been used to add flavor to dishes for over 6,000 years? The Ancient Greeks used a variety of spices, like, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, nutmeg, turmeric and most of all, pepper. Along with livening up their foods, spices were used medicinally to alleviate arthritis, headaches and nausea. If you’ve been on the fence with spicy foods, there’s no better time than now to add some spice to your day! Browse our spicy recipe collection by following the link.

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nachos01/16/2023

NFL Division Playoffs Begin This Saturday

The NFL Division Playoffs are this Saturday and Sunday, January 21st and 22nd. Stop by your local Bianchini’s before the games to find all of your backyard tailgate favorites. Our meat department carries a wide variety of mouthwatering meats for grilling, smoking and slow cooking. Bring home premium steaks and ground meats for burgers, hearty chili and flame kissed kabobs. Pick up a high-quality roast for pulled meat sandwiches, tacos or dips. And don’t forget about hot dogs. We have a great selection to satisfy all of your grilling needs. If you’re looking for tailgating ideas, check out our delicious grilling recipe collection for some truly tasty starters.

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chicken01/16/2023

Lunar New Year This Sunday!

The Lunar New Year is this Sunday, January 22nd. Join us in welcoming 2023 and The Year of the Rabbit. The sign of the rabbit is a symbol of peace, prosperity and longevity in the Chinese Culture. And the traditional dish that is served on The Lunar New Year is a whole chicken. The white meat of the chicken symbolizes purity and serving the entirety of the chicken represents unity. In honor of this special occasion, we would love for you to try our roasted chicken recipe.

Chinese Whole Roast Chicken

Perfectly tender, light crisp and wholly flavorful.

Ingredients

  • 5 lb. whole chicken
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 teaspoon five spice powder
  • 1 clove garlic, minced

Directions

The chicken will roast more evenly when trussed. Begin by tucking in the wings into the body and tying them tight to the body of the bird with cooking twine. Then pull the legs together and tie tightly. After trussing the bird, place it into a large sealable bag.

 

Combine the soy sauce, honey, five spice powder and garlic in a mixing bowl to create the marinade. Pour the marinade into the sealable bag with the chicken and rub all over, coating the chicken evenly. Remove the chicken from the bag and discard the marinade.

 

Place the chicken breast side up on a rack over a roasting pan. Let the chicken sit for about 30 minutes at room temperature to dry the skin. This will help the skin crisp when it cooks.

 

Preheat the oven to 400° F.

 

Place the chicken in the oven and roast for 45–60 minutes, until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 165° F in the thighs.

 

Servings 4

 

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