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Totally Tacos!

By Dena Zigun June 23, 2017

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For next Taco Tuesday or any night of the week, leave the cooking to Our Kitchen with our new ready to go, heat & eat taco offerings.

Our chefs make it quick and easy to serve up tacos at your table in minutes – and satisfy even the pickiest eaters with their preferences for fillings.

For the primary filling, choose from beef, chicken, or battered fish. If you’re hosting a party, bring home some of each so everyone can select their favorite.

Add on our handmade guacamole – made with a blend fresh avocados, minced onions, lime, cilantro, salt and pepper. Spice up your Mexican spread with a flight of three salsas: Cuban black bean, pico de gallo, and mango & tomatillo salsa.

The rest of the store is full of options for your make-your-own taco bar. From shredded cheese and sour cream to fresh jalapenos and fiery hot sauce, complete dinner for your family or a big crowd quickly and easily.






Top 5 Things Dad Wants to Eat on Father’s Day

By Dena Zigun June 03, 2017

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It’s Father’s Day this Sunday, and that means it’s time to thank dad for everything he does for you all year round!

Here are our top five ways to treat dad with food (and drink):


1) Special cuts of meat

This Father’s Day, we are offering the finest Certified Angus Beef® brand Angus beef available in special thick cuts. Select beef, boasting incredible flavor, tenderness and juiciness in every bite.

2) Oysters, lobster and more seafood

Fresh, succulent seafood will wow dad with every bite. Display a beautiful selection of oysters from all over New England.

This shellfish is a special element of any meal, no matter how you serve them. Dad will love them raw, with lemon, shallot vinegar, cocktail sauce or hot sauce.

Or fry up a few oysters to serve on top of steak. For other Surf and Turf pairings, consider a Chef-Ready Lobster Tail or large, grilled shrimp.


3) Potatoes, any way you slice them

Serve dad’s favorite potatoes on the side. After all, meat and potatoes are a classic match. Mash them, fry them or turn them into homemade chips.

Add some color and a bit more veggie to the plate. Show dad your skills on the grill by grilling up asparagus, zucchini and other summer produce!


4) A hearty breakfast

Let dad sleep in a bit while you make breakfast! Fry up some eggs, and serve with avocado and salsa. Make them sunny-side up, with hash browns and bacon. Take home pancake mix from Stonewall Kitchen and make golden pancakes with maple syrup, or enjoy a quiche, straight from our kitchen.


5) A cold drink

Start the day off with iced coffee and finish it by offering dad a glass of red wine to go with his steak or a local New England beer.

(Stop by Roche Bros. in Norton, Sudbury, Westwood, Marshfield, Wellesley and Downtown Crossing for your beer and wine selections.)


We wish everyone a Happy Father’s Day from all of us at Roche Bros.!