Foodie Finds

What exactly are Foodie Finds? It’s simple: unique and tasty products that we’ve searched the world over, so you can expand your tastes and experience Foodie-friendly items exclusive to Central Market. Check out this month's issue of Foodie Finds to discover what's in store.

Love All Around for Lava Lake Lamb


Let me reacquaint you with the freshest, most tender grass-fed spring lamb you’ve ever tasted, this 100% grass-fed, free-range lamb from our friends at Lava Lake Lamb arrived in store yesterday, and I don't think I could be any more excited.

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Beer + Cheese = Delicious


We love when we can find one item in our store that perfectly compliments another. So as we are rounding the corner into the second week of our annual Beer Festival, we wanted to explore the best of our Cheese and Deli department and see what cold suds would really make those creamy and salty treats shine.

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Talk About A Frosty Mug


This year, I actually got really excited when it finally started to get warm outside (and stopped raining), and dived deep into finding new summer treats. One quickly floated to the top of my must try pile while working on a recent photo shoot... High Road Brown Ale Caramel Floats.

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Discover Tea from the Greek Isles


Tea has been part of the Greek diet for more than 2,000 years, when Greeks primarily drank tea for its medicinal benefits, like boosting the immune system, and preventing colds and flu.

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Greek Wines Should Be Your Newest Obsession


New obsessions can have very old roots. 3,500 year old roots to be more exact. Greek wine may have been over looked in the last 100 years, but have no doubt that a country with wine history that dates back to before 1600 BC has a lot that needs to be discovered.

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Thinking Honey? Think Greece


By the time you've sampled the delicious honeys we've imported from the Greek isles, we promise you'll know what the buzz is about—especially since we've brought in specialty honeys you won't find anywhere else in Texas! 


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Bring Home the Bacons: Edwards Virginia Bacon


In 1925, Sam Wallace Edwards launched a business captaining a ferry across the James River from Surry County, Virginia, to the Jamestown settlement. During the ride, he sold his Country Ham in sandwiches to the ferry’s passengers.

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Bring Home the Bacons: D'Artagnan


Ariane Daguin, founder, owner and CEO of D’Artagnan, named her company after her childhood home in Gascony in Southwest France, where fine food is a way of life. 

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Bring Home the Bacons: Nodine's Smokehouse


Ronald Nodine, an engineer by trade, turned his hobby into a national treasure when he opened a small custom smokehouse in a shed behind his house in Goshen, Connecticut, 45 years ago. 

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