Recipes for Surf and Turf


Pairing Meat and Seafood for Surf & Turf

February 29th is National Surf & Turf Day. While that may seem a bit silly, we’re all for a day celebrating the delicious pairing of meat and seafood! A great steak served with a side of fabulous shrimp is a very special meal – one that many of us have when we’re out to eat a great restaurant.

Quality Seafood

But – you can make surf & turf at home – thanks to the high quality meat and seafood available at Coborn’s and CobornsDelivers. Our stores are constantly restocking our seafood department to deliver the freshest items for you and your family. At CobornsDelivers, we don’t give our seafood vendor your order until after our 11 p.m. ordering deadline. They fill the orders and deliver them to our SuperStore “just in time” to get them on the trucks the next morning. You can’t buy fresher seafood anywhere! Continue reading “Recipes for Surf and Turf”

Get the Most Out of Your Groceries


How to stretch your groceries

According to the USDA, the average family of 4 in the United States spends $650-$1,200 a month on food at home. Recent surveys have also found Americans throw away up to a quarter of their food – uneaten!  That’s just throwing money in the garbage folks – and we hope some of these tips will help you get the most out of your groceries.

Plan Your Meals

First – plan a menu. Planning which meals (and leftovers) you’ll be eating in a week will really help you shop for the items you need and not buy things you don’t. Menu planning really helps you stretch your grocery budget. Grab the latest Coborn’s and CobornsDelivers ad and plan your menu around what’s on sale and you can save even more on your grocery bills. If you want a really quick and easy way to plan your meals – check out our new 1-Click Meal Solutions at and feed your family for under $20. Continue reading “Get the Most Out of Your Groceries”

Great Stew Recipes

Wonderful Meals for Winter

When the temperature drops and snow starts to fall, there’s nothing better than a great pot of food cooking for a long time on the stove. That’s why soups and stews are so wonderful this time of year – and why stew is a great comfort food. What’s even better about those meals is that you can often use a very affordable cut of meat as the base. You’ll be cooking the meat for a long time, so a “tougher” piece of meat is going to be transformed by this method. Right now stew meat is on sale at Coborn’s and so you can really whip up a feast for very little money!

If you can’t decide what type of stew to make, check out this list of great stew recipes – covering everything from beef to chicken to lamb to seafood. Better Homes and Gardens compiled its list of the best Beef Stew Recipes as well, covering everything from a classic beef stew to Mexican and Greek twists on the classic recipe. Continue reading “Great Stew Recipes”

Cooking With Nuts

Courtesy: CA Almond Board

Recipes for Nuts

Nuts can get a bad rap – but in moderation – they’re really, really good for you. October 22 is National Nut Day – so let’s grab a handful and start cooking with nuts!

Need some convincing that nuts are a good part of your diet? This article from Cooking Light Magazine details the good fats in nuts to help our hearts, how nuts’ Omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes and how nuts are full of vitamin E, folic acid, niacin, copper, magnesium and potassium. All of those nutrients are key to staying healthy. Continue reading “Cooking With Nuts”

Pasta Night

Recipes and Tips for Cooking Pasta

Overdone pasta is never a good thing – it’s gummy, gooey and chewy… nothing like what you get in your favorite Italian restaurant.
Cooking the perfect pasta is actually pretty darn easy. In honor of National Pasta Month, here are our top five tips to end up with the perfect noodle. Continue reading “Pasta Night”