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Top Tips for Back to School

By Sara White August 24, 2016

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The summer flew by and all of a sudden, it’s time for the kids to get back to school. From making breakfast that is quick and filling to packing lunch your kids will love to having dinner ready at a reasonable time, here are our top tips for a smooth transition back to school:

 

1) Make lunch in bite-sized pieces: Lunch is more exciting when you can pop it in your mouth – and almost anything can be made mini. Cook hot dogs and pack them in small pieces in a thermos. Pack a separate container of mini-mozzarella balls and another of cherry or grape tomatoes, and eat it all with a toothpick. Cut sandwiches into mini triangles, or make PB&J on mini-silver dollar pancakes for a change!

2) Eat the rainbow: Up the ante on the health quotient of everyone’s lunchbox with fruit and vegetable-based choices that no one can resist. Make crisp salads with fresh vegetables, crunchy nuts or seeds, and leftover protein from last night’s dinner. Pasta salads are great vehicles for any leftover veggies, raw or cooked. To make it even simpler, we cut veggies and fruit of all types and colors for you! Stop by the produce department to check out the full selection. For our latest ideas on produce that’s fun to pack and eat, check out: Avoiding the Lunch Box Rut: Eating the Rainbow!

3) Grab snacks in packs: The grocery aisles at Roche Bros. are stocked with snacks in packs that make adding that one last thing to the lunch box a breeze. From Skinny Pop Popcorn to Cape Cod Potato Chips to Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks, the options abound for crunchy, salty and sweet snacks that are ready to go in an instant.

4) Plan tomorrow’s dinner … today … or the day before that: Even a little bit of planning in advance will make it much more likely that you’ll have dinner on the table on a school night before everyone is clamoring for the snacks in the pantry. Marinate chicken and leave it in the refrigerator the night before, so it’s ready to pop in the oven when you get home from work. Chop vegetables for the next few days on Sunday afternoon and take them out as needed for stir-fries and salads. Or throw everything for a big soup, stew or braised meat or veggies into the slow-cooker in the morning for dinner that’s ready when everyone gets home.

5) Prep great choices for breakfast on the run: Be prepared so no one is rushing out of the house hungry! Hard-boil eggs and have them at the ready or bake mini-egg muffins with meat and chopped veggies mixed in to heat and eat in transit. Find frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast sticks in the freezer section. Pop them in the microwave or toaster and you’re good to go. Have a box of energy bars or granola bars available for days when heating something up is out of the question.

 

Good luck in the new school year from all of us at Roche Bros.!

 

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Job Openings by Store

By Sara White August 15, 2016

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At Roche Bros., we are always interested in connecting with qualified individuals interested in a position in our stores.

Below, you can browse an up-to-date list of all of our current openings by store, and then apply online for positions we are looking to fill today.

Our open positions below are updated every week, even if the posting date is not current. If you have individual inquiries, please send a message or post on our Careers Facebook Page for the quickest reply.  

Our online application allows you to apply for any position in any store.

Thank you again for your interest in joining the Roche Bros. family!

Help Needs by Store: 

Acton
Produce Clerk
Prepared Foods Clerk
Meat Clerk
Deli Clerk

Bridgewater
Cook
Meat Cutter
Produce Clerk

Burlington
Deli Clerk
Produce Clerk
Cook

Downtown Crossing
Beer/Wine Clerk
Catering Driver
Produce Clerk
Prepared Foods Clerk
Grocery Clerk
Meat Clerk
Deli Clerk
Maintenance Clerk

Easton
Asst. Grocery Manager *
Meat Clerk *
Cook

Marshfield
Home Delivery Driver
Meat Cutter
Cook

Mashpee
Starbucks Manager *
Meat Cutter
Meat Clerk
Deli Clerk
Bakery Clerk
Cook

Medfield – Brothers Marketplace
Kitchen/Deli/Diner Team Member
Produce Floral Team Member *
Meat/Seafood Team Member

Millis
Cook
Meat Cutter
Produce Clerk

Natick
Cook
Cashier/Service Clerk
Grocery Clerk
Grocery Night Crew Clerk
Produce Clerk

Needham Roche Bros.
Deli Clerk
Cook
Bakery Clerk
Produce Clerk

Needham Sudbury Farms
Cashier/Service Clerk
Grocery Night Crew Clerk
Bakery Clerk
Produce Clerk
Prepared Foods Clerk
Cook
Cheese Clerk

Norton
Cook
Produce Clerk

Quincy
Cook
Prepared Foods Clerk
Home Delivery Driver
Personal Shopper
Deli Clerk
Starbucks Manager (Apply for the FT Cashier Position)
Grocery Clerk
Grocery Night Crew Clerk
Produce Clerk
Starbucks Clerk

Sudbury – Sudbury Farms
Cashier/Service Clerk
Cook
Prepared Foods Clerk
Produce Clerk
Deli Clerk
Grocery Clerk

Wellesley
Cashier/Service Clerk
Produce Clerk
Prepared Foods Clerk
Grocery Clerk
Deli Clerk

Westborough
Produce Clerk
Grocery Night Crew Clerk
Deli Clerk
Cheese Clerk

Weston – Brothers Marketplace
Customer Service/Cashier Team Member *
Kitchen/Deli/Diner Team Member *
Bakery/Cheese Team Member *
Grocery/Dairy Team Member *
Meat/Seafood Team Member *
Produce/Floral Team Member *
Maintenance Team Member *

West Roxbury
Personal Shopper
Prepared Foods Clerk
Cook
Home Delivery Driver
Deli Clerk
Bakery Clerk
Floral Clerk
Grocery Clerk

Westwood
Cook
Produce Clerk

An asterisk (*) next to a position indicates that the Store is openly interviewing for this position.

Apply on the website and then stop in to the Store to interview.

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Greetings from Maine!

By Sara White August 11, 2016

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We’re celebrating the season with our favorite flavors from Maine. From sweet and tangy wild blueberries to fresh succulent lobsters, there’s always something delicious to eat from Maine, no matter what time of day.

A “Berry” Good Breakfast

Pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee, and start your day with the fresh taste of Maine Blueberries. Treat the whole family to blueberry waffles or pancakes with Stonewall Kitchen’s Farmhouse Pancake and Waffle Mix, using Kate’s Butter and Real Butter Milk. Top the whole plate off with Stonewall’s Maine Maple Syrup or Wild Maine Blueberry Jam, for an extra anti-oxidant boost.

For something a little lighter, our own blueberry loaf breads and coffee cakes are always a favorite, especially when paired with Stonewall’s Jams or Jellies – made in York, ME.

 

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The “Maine” Attraction

Lunch on the go is a breeze with our stores’s Lobster Shacks. They’re serving up our own, fresh made Maine Lobster Rolls. Check it out on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between 4:30 and 6:30pm.

For dinner, you can have a Maine celebration of your own. Of course, you’ll need to stop by the seafood counter for everything you need to host your own New England Clambake. From steamed clams to fresh Maine lobsters ready to boil, you’ll find everything you need for a complete menu. Check out our guide to Hosting a New England Clambake for tips!

 

Whoopie!
Mousse or Moose?

The Maine celebration doesn’t stop after dinner. Enjoy a slice of Maine’s official State Dessert by picking up one of our Bakery’s Wild Maine Blueberry Pies, served with a scoop of Gifford’s Ice Cream, made right in Skowhegan, ME.

On the other hand, Maine’s official “State Treat” get’s some love from our Bakery, where an assortment of Whoopie Pies are available to satisfy your sweet tooth.  Steve’s Whoopie Pies offer a wide assortment of flavors, including Red Velvet, Double Chocolate and more, or pick up one of our own Character Decorated, or Lemon Raspberry Whoopie Pies. Finally, if you’re family is absolutely crazy about whoopie pies, The “Big Whoop” – a cake sized whoopie pie – might be just what you need.

Come down to Roche Bros. this week and treat yourself to your own little slice of Maine, right in your own backyard!

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Weekly Specials & Recipes via Email

By Dena Zigun July 27, 2016

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Sign up for the Roche Bros. Weekly Specials email list, and receive a link to our newest online weekly circular, great recipes, stories about our food, and more, in your inbox every Friday morning!

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Too Hot to Cook?

By Sara White July 27, 2016

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It’s hot and humid out with temperatures in the 90s, and that means turning on the oven for a long stretch of time is about the last thing you want to do at the end of a busy day.

Here are our top tips for eating (and we mean enjoying great food) without the heat:

 

Make dinner without turning on the oven or stove: Some of the best summer meals focus on the freshest produce. Enjoy tomatoes off the vine in chilled gazpacho. Blend 2 chopped tomatoes with 1 cucumber, 2 peppers in your choice of colors, 3 stalks of celery and 1 small onion. Add 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, 2 tablespoons of vinegar and 1 teaspoon of crushed garlic. Season to taste with salt, pepper and crushed red pepper. Top your gazpacho with fresh crab meat or lobster, or a few slices of avocado.

These late summer days are a perfect excuse for a Caprese Salad made with our Homemade Mozzarella or a Panzanella Salad with chopped tomatoes, cubes of crusty Italian bread and red wine vinaigrette.

Celebrate summer Asian style! Set up all the fixins’ for lettuce wraps so everyone can make their own. Include rice noodles, fresh basil and mint, thinly sliced carrot sticks, cucumber and scallions. Add cooked shrimp, available in our seafood department, or precooked grilled chicken. For sauces, something spicy such as Sriracha and a ponzu sauce should do the trick!

For a crisp, cool plate that’s fit for a meal, follow our new guide to making a flavorful and filling salad: The Anatomy of a Great Summer Salad.

Pick up complete BBQ and deli meals that are ready to go: In Roche Bros. Kitchen, we deal with the hot stoves and ovens so you don’t have to! Stop by to pick up everything you need for a BBQ. We have BBQ chicken leg quarters, pulled pork and ribs, ready to heat (just briefly, and only if you really want to) and serve.

Try our wide selection of fresh salads, including our new Chef-Crafted Salads with fresh greens and chef-inspired dressings, and great salad choices that include rainbow carrots and white and green asparagus. At our deli, find high-quality deli meats ready to go from Dietz & Watson, Plainville and many others, or choose what you want and we’ll cut it to order. With our home-cooked turkey and roast beef on fresh bread, served with our own potato salad on the side, you won’t even miss a hot meal!

Have fun with recipes that need the freezer: When you  need something icy cold that everyone will love, make homemade ice pops! For a juicy, fruity, thirst quencher, add frozen berries and mango pieces to fresh orange juice and freeze. Use black or green tea as a base for a morning or afternoon pick-me-up. Add fresh lemon and honey before freezing. For a creamy dessert treat, blend fruit (or even some chocolate!) with yogurt, coconut milk or ice cream.

Keep it simple with a sheet of frozen grapes or blueberries. For an added twist, coat grapes in sugar before freezing. Or complement their natural sweetness by spicing them up with Asian Five Spice Powder.

Of course, if you don’t have time to make your own, we have a wide selection of frozen treats waiting for you in the grocery aisle!

 

 

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4th of July Roundup

By Dena Zigun July 02, 2016

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Happy 4th of July from Roche Bros.!

You know summer is in full swing when July 4th is upon us! At Roche Bros., we have everything you need to celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.

From that sweet and tangy BBQ flavor to desserts in patriotic shapes and colors, here are our suggestions to make your Fourth of July special:

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Heating Things Up

If you’re looking to heat things up by firing up the grill – or want a little spice at your cookout – we have all the special items you need to  your BBQ.

For the main course, offer our Certified Angus Prime Grinds and Fenway Franks.

Don’t forget to stop in the bakery for the rolls! And look for gluten-free BBQ options in the grocery aisle.

Make it a Rib Fest with all sorts of fresh ribs in our meat department, with your favorite barbecue sauce. You can also find grill-ready ribs – and a wide array of other marinated meats from chicken thighs to skirt steak – in our meat case. Or bring home a ready-to-go BBQ from Our Kitchen with our Signature Bourbon Grilled Steak Tips or  St. Louis BBQ Ribs! Just heat and serve, without even lighting up the grill.

Add some real cache to your stars-and-stripes celebration with our Chef Ready Lobster Tails. Try them plain or marinated, with your choice of Lemon Rosemary, Lime Vinaigrette, Roasted Garlic, Sweet Teriyaki or Sriracha BBQ.

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Show off your cooking skills by grilling vegetables to enjoy on the side. From corn on the cob grilled in the husk to rainbow grilled vegetables on skewers, you really can’t go wrong.

Or pick up some ready-to-go side dishes from Our Kitchen. Try some long-time BBQ favorites, such as Mom’s Baked Beans, mac and cheese and cole slaw. Or change it up with roasted fingerling potatoes, mango salad or vegetables with pesto.

When you’re ready for a toast, check out our primer on pairing your grilled meats with wines to enhance their flavor.

 

Playing it Cool

With the sun beating down, some of your guests will surely want to play it cool. Make sure you have these crisp, cool options available for them to enjoy:

Salads: Always a crowd-pleaser, find Bud Roche’s original recipe Homemade Potato Salad in our deli department.

It’s also a great time to try something new! Serve up the new salads from Our Kitchen. Select from spicy, sweet Mango Salad,  Kale Caprese Salad that’s a fresh twist on a classic, Sweet and Sour Rainbow Salad and White and Green Asparagus Salad.

Dips: Our Kitchen’s Guacamole, Seven-Layer Dip and Buffalo Chicken Dip go well with crackers, chips and your crudite platter.

Cheese: For the holiday festivities, why not make your own cheese board? Roche Bros.’ cheese department has everything you need. A traditional French cheese board includes four cheeses: one made with sheep’s milk, one made with cow’s milk, one goat cheese and one blue cheese.

Try Locatelli Pecorino Romano, President Brie, Chavrie Goat Cheese and Salemville Amish Blue. Or ask an expert for suggestions in the cheese department. Add grapes, almonds and a bit of honey and your cheese board is complete.

And if don’t have the time, don’t worry! We have plenty of time to make a cheese board for you, so come to Roche Bros. to pick one up.

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Finishing Sweet

We’re celebrating red, white and blue with an array of Patriotic Desserts in our bakery that are ready for you to bring home! From cakes to tarts to trifles, we have an option for everyone.

Use that sweet final moment to keep things cool with sliced watermelon and popsicles in all colors. On a holiday at this time of year, you’ll need enough frozen delights for kids and grown-ups alike.

Extend the party a little bit longer by circling the grill and roasting marshmallows to make s’mores. We have many choices for graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate throughout the grocery department. For a new twist on this campfire tradition, try our new recipe for “Adult S’mores,” with local ingredients from Vermont!

Happy 4th of July from all of us at Roche Bros.!american_flag_photo

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Made in Massachusetts

By Sara White April 14, 2016

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This Patriots’ Day, celebrate with local, Massachusetts-made products! At Roche Bros., we’re proud to offer a wide array of high quality products made by vendors right here in Massachusetts. From the grocery aisles to the cheese shop and every department in between, find all sorts of products from local artisans to fill your cart.

 

At breakfast, spread your toast with the all-natural, no-pectin preserves from Bonnie’s Jams, brewed in small batches with just a touch of sugar.jams2

At lunchtime, dress your salad with all-natural salad dressings from Cindy’s Kitchen of Brockton. And keep that salad local with the hydroponic greens from FreshBox Farms, grown in Millis in innovative indoor farms, or the organic sprouts and microgreens from 2 Friends Farm in Attleboro.

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For party appetizers, serve your guests a chip-and-dip plate that’s made in Mass., with authentic, gluten-free Mi Nina Tortilla Chips and fresh NOLA’s Salsa. Wash it all down with Spindrift Soda, made with fresh-squeezed fruit and sparkling water.

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Create a Massachusetts-made cheeseboard, with Hannahbells Tiny Handmade Cheeses from Shy Bros. Farm in Westport Point, Berkshire Blue from Great Barrington, and goat cheese logs from Westfield Farms in Hubbardstown.

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For dinner, select Local Harvest beef, including meat that comes from local farms, and meat pies from Centerville Pies, made in a shop on Cape Cod.  And choose from a wide array of fish locally caught on the Georges Bank of Cape Cod, from our fresh fish partner, Foley Fish.

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Make sure dessert is locally sweet and handcrafted with Batch Ice Cream, made with fresh New England dairy, organic evaporated cane juice and Fair Trade chocolate and coffee. Top off the ice cream with scratch-baked cookies and brownies from Dancing Deer Baking Co.

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Enjoy these Massachusetts products and many more throughout the store!

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Your New Year’s Celebration Made Easy

By Sara White December 27, 2015

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Eat and enjoy at your New Year’s celebration with our ideas for great finger food and appetizers that are easy, festive and fun to eat:

  1. Serve skewers with fresh mozzarella balls, grape tomatoes and fresh basil, with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar on top.
  2. Pick up seafood appetizers in Roche Bros. seafood department. From mini-crab cakes to fried calamari rings, we have fresh seafood apps for everyone at your party.
  3. Speaking of seafood, include seafood stuffed mushrooms in your spread. Find them in the seafood department, or make your own with our recipe for Lobster Stuffed Mushrooms.
  4. Spread boursin cheese on endive. Sprinkle with chopped walnuts and fresh parsley.
  5. Stop by Roche Bros. Kitchen for appetizer platters of fig & brie poppers or beef au poivre wrapped in asparagus. For an Asian themed station, try our new Asian Appetizer Sampler, with crab rangoon, spring rolls and pork dumplings with duck sauce.
  6. Assemble slices of smoked salmon on rice crackers with cream cheese and a sprig of dill. For half the batch, replace the cracker with a cucumber round!
  7. Medjool dates with melting cheese and bacon! Remove the pits of medjool dates. Fill the dates with goat cheese or gorgonzola. Wrap in bacon and bake.
  8. Roast lamb bites in the oven and pair them with mint jelly. Before cooking, marinate the lamb in olive oil, fresh-squeezed lemon, rosemary and thyme. Pair it with mint jelly.
  9. Make-your-own or bring home deviled eggs. We’re offering truffled deviled eggs in packs of 5. For a twist on the classic, hard boil the eggs, remove the cooked yolks and blend with avocado and a little hot sauce instead of mayonnaise.
  10. Visit Roche Bros. Kitchen for sweet & sour meatballs by the pound. Or buy frozen meatballs to heat and serve with a choice of sauces: marinara, honey Dijon and buffalo!
  11. Slice a 1-lb. Kielbasa and cover it in a pot with ½ cup of ketchup and ½ cup of brown sugar. Heat on the stove until the sauce turns to a syrup and serve.
  12. Bake up olive puffs! Wrap a pitted kalamata olive in crescent dough. Then, bake until golden brown and they’re ready to serve.
  13. Layer baguette slices with sliced pears and gorgonzola. Melt the cheese in the oven. Top with dried cranberries and chopped walnuts.
  14. Take popcorn up a notch with a popcorn bar, set up with a wide array of toppings. Assemble individual bowls with sea salt, Italian seasoning, chili powder, cinnamon sugar, M&Ms, grated cheese and more!
  15. Wrap prosciutto around cantaloupe balls, and serve with a toothpick.

From all of us at Roche Bros., we wish you a Happy 2016!

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Top 10 Ways to Add Flair to Your Christmas Celebrations

By Sara White December 19, 2015

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It’s time for festive celebrations with friends, family and, of course, great food. Create new signatures that everyone will enjoy and remember with these tips:

 

Have quick bites ready when your guests arrive.

From seafood sliders to stuffed mushrooms, your celebration will be great from the first bite with tempting finger food ready and waiting – and easy to find in the Seafood Department and in Our Kitchen. Also, choose from a wide variety of our own dips, including the popular Seven-Layer and melt-in-your-mouth Caramelized Onion.

Turn your cheese display into something festive … and minty.

Your cheese board will be merry with Sartori Peppermint Parmesan, English Stilton Cheeses and baked brie in a wide assortment of flavors from apricot to apple pie.

Deepen flavor with fresh herbs.

Whether you’re serving a spiral cut ham, a Frenched rack of Berkshire Black pork or another show-stopping main course, give it flavor with fresh herbs. Add springs of thyme, sage or rosemary when you’re cooking meat or vegetables.

Make-your-own sauce.

Turn your home-cooked meal into a restaurant quality centerpiece with simply prepared homemade sauces. Make your sauce in the same pan you used to braise the meat, and deglaze the pan with stock or wine to get all the rich, flavorful bits into the finished product. Check out 4 tips for a better sauce in our Tidbits Magazine.

Elevate your menu by adding flavorful jams to your recipes.

Take your usual holiday recipes to a new level by stirring in some sweet or savory jam. Add a few spoonfuls of Stonewall Kitchen’s Roasted Garlic Onion Jam on the side of your cheese and crackers display, or use it to glaze green beans or carrots. For something sweet, fill butter cookies with Black Raspberry Jam or blend it with Balsamic Vinegar for a quick-and-easy sauce for pork or chicken.

Choose something new and seasonal for a standout side dish.

Serve your main course on top of mashed potatoes that aren’t basic. Add horseradish and roasted garlic or try our recipe for Caramelized Onion & Gruyere Mashed Potatoes. Find new twists on holiday sides made in our kitchen and ready-to-go, from Potato & Brussels Sprouts Hash to Rosemary Root Vegetables.

Make it fun for the kids.

The children at your celebration will have smiles on their faces – and will eat well, too – when you serve pizza cut into festive shapes with cookie cutters! Set up a cookie-decorating table to keep them busy while the food is cooking, with gingerbread cookies, icing and a variety of candies.

Give the day a sweet and spicy punch.

Get ready to toast with holiday punch! Stir up something sweet and sparkly with pear puree and Prosecco. A red wine punch with brandy, raspberries, oranges and lemons is sure to please a crowd. Or make it warm and spicy with apple cider, brown sugar, cinnamon, cloves and allspice.

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Bake up some little sweets.

Bite-size sweets and treats make dessert exciting, and they’re fun to make, too. Try our new recipe for Apricot Linzer Cookies. Or make chocolate mousse and serve it in mini shot glasses with whipped cream and crushed peppermints on top!

Serve sweet, warm gingerbread … your way.

There’s something nostalgic about gingerbread. Find one type to add to your dessert table or serve a mix of gingerbread treats, from a loaf cake to trifle, with a trip to our bakery.

 

From all of us at Roche Bros., we wish you wonderful holiday celebrations!

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10 Ways to Give Your Thanksgiving Traditions a Twist

By Sara White November 21, 2015

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Celebrate Thanksgiving with all of your family and friends’ favorite traditions – plus some updates that will surely become next year’s signature dish.

Here are our top tips for giving your classic Thanksgiving traditions a new twist:

 

Modern takes on your holiday bird. If your turkey recipe needs an update, try cooking it a different way this year. Braise it to ensure it stays moist or brine it in a bag. Or stuff it with our Roasted Chestnut Mushroom Fennel Stuffing!

Other special entrees to go with your turkey. Give your turkey an entrée partner with a homemade beef roast or a Berkshire Black Pork Roast. Or poach a side of salmon with lemon and fresh herbs.

Side dishes that steal the show. In addition to mashed potatoes and green bean casserole, serve standout side dishes with flair, such as spicy sweet potatoes with chipotle, butternut squash with spinach and walnuts or roasted cauliflower with red onions and fresh thyme.

New fall salads. Lighten up – and brighten up – your spread with our new Kale Quinoa Cinnamon Apple Salad and Roasted Squash, Orzo & Fig Salad, available in the deli.

Cranberry sauce made at home. Thanksgiving isn’t the same without cranberry sauce! Make it yourself with this recipe this year, or stop by for some Cranberry Orange Relish, made fresh in our kitchen.

Hard cider to go with your meal. Pair your turkey dinner with effervescent, slightly sweet, hard apple cider. Select from a wide array of options at Roche Bros. in Norton, Sudbury, Westwood, Marshfield and Wellesley.

Not the usual cheese and crackers. Elevate your prep-party apps with our new Sour Cherry Cheese Topper. Made with crunchy crumbles of buttery sweet Effie’s Oatcakes, almonds and Dalmatia Sour Cherry Spread, this cheese enhancer is available with Brie or Vermont Farmstead Lille. Also try a Pumpkin Spice Party Torta.

Succulents in your flower arrangements. From beautiful rosettes in shades of greens and purples to prickly aloe to cacti, succulents add elegance to your holiday floral decor. Check out our top recommendations for how to use them.

Make it organic or gluten free. It’s easier to make your Thanksgiving organic or gluten-free with Your Guide to an Organic Thanksgiving and Your Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Grocery List.

Something sweet with pumpkin or ginger … or both.

Along with your traditional pumpkin pie, offer our pumpkin baby cakes and pumpkin cream cheese rolls. For a warm and spicy update on the usual, enjoy our new recipe for Gluten-Free Gingered Pumpkin Pie.

 

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family from all of us at Roche Bros.!

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