I love a simple roast chicken recipe that can be left in the fridge to marinade overnight and popped in the oven the next day for an easy entrée. Plus, while the chicken is cooking, you can easily use the extra time to whip up some side dishes and enjoy the smells wafting around the kitchen.
Posted on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 by Angela Larson - Dietitian
Back to school is upon us and that means fast-paced days and evenings full of after-school activities.
Posted on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 by brookshire-blog
Cinco de Mayo is a wonderful way to bring together people, food, and culture in a celebration of Mexican heritage. This weekend, round up all your best amigos and try out this slow-cooker spin on a fiesta favorite—fajitas!
Posted on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 by brookshire-blog
Real Fresh, Real Delicious, and Real Satisfying Need some meal ideas that are protein-rich, veggie-packed, quick-n-portable, and top-of-the-line DELICIOUS? With one roast chicken, you can make all three of these healthy dishes below.
Posted on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 by Angela Larson - Dietitian
With the weather turning chilly, Chicken Spaghetti is officially on the menu.
Posted on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 by brookshire-blog
Real Fresh, Real Delicious: Roast Chicken Looking for a Christmas dinner that’s a little different from the traditional fare but just as special and delicious? Try a variation of one of my go-to nutritious dishes—roast chicken and potatoes!
Posted on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 by Angela Larson - Dietitian
Crunchy or soft...beef or chicken...make your taco how you like it! Invite your friends, neighbors and family over for everyone's favorite, taco night!
Posted on Monday, October 3, 2016 by brookshire-blog
Egg production has been a hot button in the food industry recently.  Some companies throughout the egg supply chain have made public announcements about working toward ‘cage-free’ egg production.  Brookshire Brothers joins with other retailers in promoting an industry-wide evolution tow
Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2016 by Sally Alvis