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Great news for all the Bay Area soup aficionados out there, Bianchini’s hot soup bar is back!

Stop by throughout the week to see out rotating menu of mouthwatering soups. New soups are on the menu daily, don’t miss out on your favorites.


Carrots are one of the top vegetables for both snacking and meal preparation.

They’re rich with Vitamins A and K, a good source of potassium, low in sugar and high in beta-carotene. Not only are carrots and excellent healthy snack, they’re great for adding flavor and texture to dishes like, pot roast, roasted chicken and baked salmon. Pinnacle Farms Organic Carrots are among the freshest carrots available in the Bay Area. They have the ideal amount of sweetness and crunch you know and love. Pinnacle Farms is a C.C.O.F. (California Certified Organic Farmers) and I.F.O.A.M. (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements) certified organic fruit and vegetable grower. Meaning that Pinnacle Farms is the cream of the crop! Stop by Bianchini’s produce department this week for farm fresh organic carrots and other delicious produce.

healthy salmon dish01/03/2022

A new Year for Healthy Recipes

What’s the most common New Year’s resolution? Eat better/eat healthier. Let Bianchini’s help you start 2022 with an assortment of nutritious recipes. We’ve compiled our tastiest recipes into easy-to-navigate collections, like, vegetarian, dairy free, nutrient rich, vegan, gluten-free, low fat, low sugar, low sodium and high fiber. Try our 3-Bean Meatless Chili, Chicken and Rice Soup, Grilled Salmon or Southwestern Hummus Wraps for dinner, and end the meal with guilt-free desserts, like, Vegan Chocolate Donuts, No Bake Apple Cobbler, Hazelnut Cookie or Nutella Brownies. Follow the link to browse our deliciously healthy recipes. Here’s to a healthy and happy New Year!

New Year's Gathering12/27/2021

Let’s Celebrate the New Year!

Do you have any fun traditions for ringing in the New Year? Like, toasting with a glass of bubbly champagne or preparing a special meal to share with your family and friends? Here are two unique traditions we find especially tasty. In the Southern United States, black-eyed peas served on a bed of collard greens are a customary dish for New Year’s supper. The two foods served together represent prosperity and wealth. In Greece, families come together to bake a vasilopita, New Year’s Day cake that has a coin hidden inside. The cake is cut at midnight, and the person who finds the coin in their slice is said to have good luck for the year. We’d love to hear from you. Visit our Facebook page and share your favorite New Year’s traditions. Here’s to 2022 and a wonderful New Year!

Christmas Gathering12/20/2021

Season’s Greetings from Bianchini’s Market

During this Holiday Season, we wanted to “Thank You” for being a loyal customer! We know you have many shopping choices, so we are pleased that you continue to shop locally at Bianchini’s. We are committed to providing you with the best products and services on the Peninsula, and we look forward to serving you for many years to come. From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy and healthy holiday season.

maple syrup12/13/2021

Did you know that December 17th is National Maple Syrup Day?

A distinctly sweet foodie holiday. Maple syrup is regularly drizzled over flapjacks, waffles and French toast, but there are so many other ways to enjoy it! Try using maple syrup as a glaze for a tender rib roast or a holiday ham, added to a vinaigrette dressing for a hint of sweetness or stirred into mashed sweet potatoes for a richer flavor. Stop by Bianchini’s this week to pick up a bottle of Stonewall Kitchen Maine Maple Syrup. It’s delectable smooth with a rich flavor and deep amber color. And if you’re looking for more maple syrup recipes, browse our collection.


Get Your Holiday Panettone at Bianchini’s

Tis the season for panettone, Italy’s signature Christmas cake. The history of the Italian confection is shrouded in mystery. Believed to have originated during the late 15th century, in the court of Ludovico il Moro, The Duke of Milan as a dessert to an extravagant Christmas dinner. Panettone is a tall dome-shaped sweet bread loaf with an airy cake-like texture that’s typically filled with candied fruits or pieces of chocolate. Whether you’re a panettone connoisseur or you’ve never tried it before, head to your nearest Bianchini’s to find the largest selection of panettone on the Peninsula! Use our coupon to receive $5 off any panettone over $20.

see's candies12/06/2021

Celebrating 100 Years of See’s Candies

Can you believe that See’s Candies has been making delectable sweets for 100 years? See’s Candies began with Mary See and her son Charles See. Using Mary’s original candy recipes, the two opened the first See’s Candies shop in Los Angeles in 1921 and has been expanding ever since. Their dedication to delivering the best chocolates and candies is what’s kept See’s both a cultural and culinary icon. See’s commitment to making each and every one of their candies from scratch, using nothing but the finest ingredients is why their chocolates and candies are the premier sweets worldwide. Stop by your local Bianchini’s this week and pick up a box of See’s chocolates to enjoy during the holidays!


Get ready to feed your sweet tooth this Wednesday, because December 8th is National Brownie Day!

Legend has it that the first brownie was created at the Palmer House Hotel in 1893 for the Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition. This recipe included walnuts with an apricot glaze. While the brownie we all know and love today was developed around 1907 in Bangor, Maine. You can celebrate National Brownie Day by baking up a batch of the chocolatey confection to share with your family and friends. Browse our brownie recipe collection for yummy variations on the classic dessert.


The Festival of Lights

Hanukkah will begin the evening of Sunday, November 28th and end the evening of Monday, December 6th. During this 8-day celebration, known as The Festival of Lights, Jewish families will enjoy specialty foods, like, matzo ball soup, latkes, brisket, challah bread, Hanukkah jelly doughnuts, kugel, rugelach and blintzes. This year, shop at Bianchini’s Market and find the ingredients you need to make the dishes both you and your family love!

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