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Fairway Bacon Wrapped Locally Caught Monkfish Recipe

Summer is the time for fresh-as-it-gets local seafood from the waters off New Jersey and Long Island, and deep into the Atlantic. There’s nothing so fresh, tasty and satisfying as the season’s bounty from the sea. Our monkfish is no exception. It’s wild and locally caught, as is our porgies, fluke, flounder, whiting, mackerel, squid, […]

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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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20 Ways to Make Delicious Use of our New Fairway Tapenades

Tapenade is a beloved Provençal classic (the word tapenade comes from the Provençal word “tapeno,” meaning “caper”). We are proud to introduce our new line of equally awesome Italian-made tapenades with highest quality Italian ingredients.  They’re imported direct—straight from Modena to Fairway. Choose from three wonderful varieties: 

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Make This for Valentine’s Day: Steve’s Mom’s Famous Marinated Shrimp

South Alabama, where my mom and dad drive a couple of miles for buckets of gigantic, freshly seined, wriggling white and red shrimps for half the price of up north.  Destination a beyond-picturesque bayou near Bon Secour where their favorite shrimper lives, a young guy and his wife raising young kids out where the Spanish […]

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Celebrate Fall with Somethin’ Pumpkin at Fairway

Pumpkin season is here in full swing, and we’re surrounded by pumpkins…which is a pretty great place to be. Pumpkin’s deep orange flesh and sweet flavor make it a wonderful food for the fall table. Canned pumpkin is easy to use and always available, but fresh pumpkin is worth the extra prep for real, unique […]

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Happy National Strawberry Parfait Day!

In case you didn’t notice, strawberry season is NOW. We sell strawberries all year long, but there’s nothing like the just-picked, sweeter-than-candy goodness that is in season for but a flash right now in Long Island and nearby. These strawberries are so ethereal and otherworldly and perfect that it feels almost sacrilege to do anything […]

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Fire Up the Grill! Fairway’s Housemade Sausages and Kebabs

Memorial Day is around the corner–the kickoff of all things summertime: long days, flip-flops, and…barbeque season!  Soak skirt, hanger, or flatiron steak in soy sauce, lime juice, garlic, ginger and brown sugar; sear on the grill, and you’re a culinary hero/heroine. Marinate lamb chops in yogurt, parsley, lemon and mint and grill until obscenely juicy. […]

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Proudly Introducing Fairway Bruschetta!

Friends coming over? Bruschetta (“broo-SKEH-tah”) is the fastest, easiest, and MOST DELICIOUS THING on earth you could possibly serve. Fairway bruschette (“broo-SKEH-teh”) have been created and labeled by the experts right here among us.  From the Italian word ‘bruscare,‘ meaning ‘to roast over coals‘. All you do is slice your favorite bread into thick tranches.  Toast […]

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Egg-ceptional Nutrition and an Easy Crepe Recipe

If I had to pick one food that, above all the rest, is my absolute favorite, plus the single food I eat the most of, it’s eggs. Eggs are loaded with healthy nutrition, and are so versatile in every way. Eggs supply some of the very best protein you can find in nature. Protein is […]

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Hearty, Healthy Minestrone Soup with Fall-Off-The-Bone Short Ribs

The hardest part about this vegetable soup is lugging all the ingredients home and then peeling and chopping everything. But it’s worth it, and if you make a big enough batch, you will have increasingly delicious leftovers for a while. And don’t worry too much about the amounts, increase the recipe as you like, this is a very […]

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