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Local, Organic Eggplant Parmigiano

Fairway local and organic produce and our incredible selection of cheeses means a healthy, vegetarian dinner is easy and delicious. Try this Eggplant Parmigiano recipe with local, organic eggplant, basil and cherry tomatoes tonight with your family. Garlic, Panko breadcrumbs and Parmigiano-Reggiano grated cheese make this meal oh-so satisfying. Eggplant Parmigiano By @LifesLittleLookBook for Fairway Prep Time: 10 minutes; Cook […]

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Cheese Basics: 3 Cheeses that Belong in your Kitchen, Plate, and Life!

With more than 600 cheeses to behold at your Fairway Market, cheese boredom never, ever has to happen. We love getting fancy schmancy with cheese and trying funky finds from around the world and close to home…and yet, these beloved go-to’s never fail to hit the spot. These are cheese classics for very good reason. […]

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Happy Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month! Steve’s Grilled Cheese Sammy Picks

There is nothing so simple, so magical, so soul-satisfying as a great grilled cheese sandwich. I like mine with sweet, sweet tomato and crusty bread grilled to golden toastiness in plenty of butter. Don’t melt the cheese too long..it needn’t turn to rubber. It’s good kid food, but also good grown up food, especially with some […]

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From the Land of Don Quixote: Fairway’s Very Own Manchego

Our newest cheese baby: La Mancha’s wildly famous, adored sheep’s milk cheese! Made from the sweet, fresh milk of Manchega sheep, and aged for 8 months to coax out a symphony of briny, nutty richness. D.O. name-controlled–the one and only. I would bet a whole lot that you’ll love it. It’s completely lovable. It has lots […]

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In a Cheese Rut? 5 Great Cheeses to Help You Break Free!

When I worked behind the awesome Fairway cheese counter, customers asked often, ‘What’s your favorite cheese?” I never had a good answer. It was like choosing a favorite child. I have so much love for so many cheeses. It’s easy to stick with the cheese you know and enjoy. But with our dazzling array of 600-ish […]

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A Cheese from a Far, Faraway Island: São Jorge

Our fearless, amazing cheese buyer Avanelle Rivera has been traversing the world, lately. She’s come back with some mighty tasty spoils, including this beloved cheese. A raw milk, 100% grass-fed cheese from far, far away… São Jorge is made on the island of the same name, 900 miles from the west coast of Portugal. The […]

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Goat Goodness: Goat Cheese for Spring and Summer

The world blossoms in springtime. The pastures return to their most verdant splendor. Farm animals leave the barn after a long winter of confinement to graze upon fresh, first-grown grasses. Happy animals and the freshest grass and herbs make for spectacular cheeses. Stop by your Fairway cheese counter to celebrate! From France we get the fromages de […]

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Congrats! School is OUT! Let Us Cater your Graduation Bash

Graduation is a big deal and calls for serious celebrating, best with delicious eats from Fairway Catering. Our talented chefs take the freshest of fresh ingredients and turn them into your favorite classics. Your guests will rave. Let US do the work, you take the credit. What makes our catering the best, an obvious choice, a complete […]

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Picnic Season, Fairway Style

The sun is shining, the days are long and luxurious, and picnic season is upon us. Need some inspiration? Head to Fairway and ogle the oodles of delicious possibilities for your shopping and picnic baskets. A concert on the grass, fireworks in the park, a hike to a waterfall…any outdoor activity is better accompanied by […]

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Behold the Parmesan Rind! Your Secret Weapon

We know you love Parmigiano Reggiano, perhaps the grandest cheese in the world. But what do you do with that rind–and the rind of Grana Padano, and other grating cheeses? They are pretty useless as-is, but we beg you not to toss ‘em. Rinds are unami-bombs, imbuers of intoxicating savor. Most any braise, sauce, soup, […]

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