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From Farm to Table: Local Fairway Chicken Like No Other

We set out to find chicken worthy of the Fairway label. We wanted our chickens to come from local farms; it was important that they be humanely raised and it was essential that they taste absolutely delicious. Luckily, we found exactly what we were looking for… an experienced family farmer in Blue Mountain, PA, who […]

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Our Secret for Summer-Perfect Spare Ribs!

Fairway wants to help you boost your summer barbecue menu with the highest quality meat around. Not only is our pork irresistibly tasty, but it’s also antibiotic-free! Our locally raised pork from Pennsylvania Family Farms has no hormones or steroids and is never fed animal by-products. Now all you have to worry about is making […]

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Fresh Fish Dinner: ‘Sole en Papillote’

Summer calls for fresh fish. This sole dish is super quick and easy to cook and includes Fairway’s local, organic cherry tomatoes and plump olives. Serve with a Fairway fresh baguette, and you’ve got yourself a delicious meal. ‘Sole en Papillote’ By @LifesLittleLookBook for Fairway Prep Time: 5 minutes; Cook Time: 8-10 minutes; Serves: 1 filet per […]

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Olive Oil-Baked Beet Chips with Carrot Purée and Fairway Pesto

What’s a quick way to bring friends and loved ones together? Delicious food, of course! We love this easy summer appetizer featuring tons of Fairway’s favorite foods. Our organic and locally grown beets and carrots are fresh and crisp beneath our bright and tangy Fairway Pesto and creamy herbed goat cheese from our incredible cheese […]

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Dig New York, Just Like Our Local Growers: 7 Reasons Why We Love Local!

Fairway Market loves local, especially our local growers! Here’s why: 1. Locally grown food tastes amazing. Don’t believe us? Try a sweet strawberry just picked in sunny Long Island, or juicy Jersey heirloom tomato, or sweet summer corn, or fresh, creamy yogurt made in upstate New York. Told you so. 2. Local food is good […]

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Quick, Easy Vegetable Side: TOFO Salad (Tomato, Orzo, Feta, Olives) with Fresh Peas

Looking for a quick, easy side for tonight’s dinner? Try our a TOFO Salad (Tomato, Orzo, Feta, Olives) with Fresh Peas. Perfect for summer. Delicious ingredients fresh from Fairway straight to your table. Enjoy! TOFO Salad (Tomato, Orzo, Feta, Olives) with Fresh Peas By @LifesLittleLookBook for Fairway Prep Time: 10 minutes; Cook Time: 20 minutes; Serves: 6-8 people Ingredients: 1 lb […]

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Fairway Market Locally Caught Little Neck Clams: How to Cook & Recipes

Fairway Market locally caught, fresh little neck clams come from the Connecticut coast! And are perfect for a summer feast. Learn how to cook clams fast for any recipe. STEP 1 Make sure to immediately unwrap them at home, so they can breathe, and store them in a cool area. STEP 2 Just before cooking, […]

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Weekly Dinner Menu with Asparagus Pea Soup & Fairway Croutons

Recipes from Favorite Food Bloggers, Exclusive Fairway Market Products & More! Cooking at home this week just got a whole lot easier with recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers and exclusive Fairway products! Enjoy these recipes this week with your family. MONDAY Crispy Cauliflower Burger By The Cozy Apron Fairway Products to Use: Fairway […]

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NEW! Fairway Monthly Flyer: All Local Foods!

  One thing is for sure: Fairway loves local! This month’s new Fairway flyer is all about LOCAL. Local produce, local dairy products, local baked goods, local beverages, local EVERYTHING. In fact, we’ve got over 2,000 locally sourced foods in each and every one of our stores. Your Fairway Market was born and raised in […]

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Fairway Catering: Family Reunion Tips & Ideas

  Summer is a great time for a family reunion, the weather is warmer, there is more flexibility in people’s schedules and kids can run around outside. Here are some catering tips to help make your family reunion fun and enjoyable: 1. Family reunions involve a wide range of ages and eating preferences; cover the […]

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