The Lazy Acres Blog

Category Archives: Holidays

3.24.2016

Sweet & Petite Cake Pops!

Cake pops started out as a way to use up the leftovers from making a cake. Crumbs or pieces of cake are combined with buttercream and formed into a ball. Next they are put on a stick and dipped into a coating. Cake pop decorating ranges from simple with just a drizzle of color, to […]

>> read more
3.14.2016

Irish Soda Bread for St. Paddy’s Day

Irish Soda Bread was a traditional staple in Irish households, or farms to be correct. Since these homes were isolated and spread out, they had their own hearths for baking, and being a poor country, they ate bread with every meal. The hearth method of baking created a tender and dense bread with a hard […]

>> read more
2.12.2016

Treats for your Sweet

Is there any better way to say ‘I Love You’ than to give your loved ones sweet treats from Lazy Acres’ Bakery? We think not! We have everything to make you the superstar this Valentine’s Day weekend. For starters, our BOGO Macarons are a heck of a deal! Our red velvet cupcakes, chocolate chunk cookies, […]

>> read more
2.4.2016

Super Bakery for a Super Game!

Where’s the Big Game party this weekend? I’ll be bringing sliced baguettes and sourdough boules, which are both made in the Bakery at Lazy Acres. Also in hand will be our famous signature dips from our Deli. Which do you prefer – our Chili Con Queso or Spinach Dip? I absolutely love the Chili Con […]

>> read more
1.22.2016

Celebrate Pie Day with Half Pies

National Pie day may be an unofficial holiday, but it’s still a reason to celebrate pie. If you’re like most of us who started dieting on January 1st, then you’re probably ready for a cheat day. National Pie day is the perfect day to cheat, and we have a really sweet deal for you – […]

>> read more
12.30.2015

Sparkling Wine – The Original Holiday Bling

It was credited to the famous Benedictine Monk Dom Pierre Pérignon, but it was a natural process, an imperfection in the Abbey’s sacramental wines that resulted in unwanted gas. As legend has it, the unwitting subject alerted his brethren “come quickly, Im tasting the stars” when he discovered that bubbles had formed. Ironically, there are […]

>> read more
12.10.2015

Decorating the Tree

Decorating the tree…it always brings back such great memories. Each family has their own traditions and as my kids grew up, our family tradition consisted of opening one gift on Christmas Eve and it was always a new ornament.  Now, as we look at our tree each year, we reflect back on the many wonderful […]

>> read more
12.10.2015

Poinsettias are here!

Beautiful flowers make the best decorations for your holiday parties! By far, one of the most popular holiday flowers is the Poinsettia. Well known for the variety that boasts beautiful red and green foliage, poinsettias offer festive color to your holiday decorations, and they are particularly popular for the Christmas holiday. Lazy Acres’ Floral Departments […]

>> read more
12.9.2015

Holiday Gift-Giving with Divine Chocolate

If you have a chocolate lover on your gift-giving list this holiday, we’ve got a recommendation for you! Divine Chocolate is not only some of the best tasting chocolates we’ve tried, it’s also a fair trade company whose business model supports the farmers of the cocoa that goes into the final product. Divine Chocolate is […]

>> read more
12.1.2015

In our Bakery – Buche De Noel

Buche De Noel, also known as a Yule Log, is the French version of this traditional dessert served at Christmastime. History tells us that a Yule Log was burned on Christmas Eve as a way of warding off evil and preparing for the next season. While we can appreciate history and traditions, we are especially […]

>> read more

 
locations catering customer survey
employment e-mailer contact
 
california transparency in supply chains act | © Lazy Acres Market 2017