Honor Thy Graduate


Underneath all this spring rain, the graduation season is upon us! It's time to turn your attention to planning a party for the houseful of friends and family ready to honor your Class of 2015 grad.

Of course, “planning a party” actually means “choosing platters and trays catered by Central Market.” And have we got plenty to choose from, whether you need hors d'oeuvres, desserts, or anything in between.

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Not Just Big, It's a Colossal Catch


We are diving deep into seafood this week with our first ever Seafood Event, and we promise that it will be a Colossal Catch. Because, with over 60 varieties of fresh, whole fish and shellfish from around the world flown in six days a week, then cut in-store by Central Market fishmongers, whats not to celebrate? Starting on Wednesday, the 20th, Colossal Catch is the perfect way to kick off Memorial Day weekend and all your summer fun, no reel required.

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Bring the Spa to Mom for Mothers Day


Sunday, May 10th, is Mother’s Day. Rest assured our aisles are full of gifts just right for treating the mothers your life, or for treating yourself. 

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Plan Your Cinco de Mayo Fiesta


Did Cinco de Mayo sneak up on you? Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with all the delicious, quick, easy fixin’s for your May 5 backyard barbecue. 

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Have Fun with Phyllo


Prepare to be amazed at the versatility of phyllo, the flaky dough that gets its name for the Greek word for "leaf." 

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Greek Olives and Olive Oil


Greeks have studded their marvelous cuisine with olives and olive oil since the earliest civilizations. Domesticated so many eons ago that the story of its earliest cultivation was lost, but the importance of this marvelously complex fruit can never be.

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Hold Greece in Your Hand


Fast enough to grab on a break, cheap enough not to tax your pocket, totally filling, and best of all, flavorful. I adore street food, I simply love it… and in Athens, great street food is everywhere and my favorite first draws me in with the tantalizing aromas of meat roasting and grilling for gyros and souvlaki. It makes me hungry just thinking about it.

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Briny, Briny Good


Of all the items we will introduce you to over the next two weeks of Passport Greece, Feta is one you probably think you already know. But let me just tell you, the incredibly authentic, delightfully delicious Fetas that we have sourced and brought back for you might just change the way you look at this humble cheese.

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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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