Fall Flavors and New Recipes at Cub!
The Starting Lineup
Your Fall Meal MVP
Coca-Cola Pulled Pork
An ordinary pulled pork recipe is taken to the next level.
After 6 hours in the slow cooker and a few cups of homemade Coca-Cola BBQ sauce mixed in, this pulled pork has a sweet, savory flavor that’s hard to resist and is set to transform any dish.
Game Day Bites
The Have-On-Hand Game Plan
Think of your pantry as your powerhouse player.
There are boxes of cereal and snacks (so many snacks!), of course, and then there are the shelf-stable meals like canned soups and ramen, plus shortcuts like broth and canned tomatoes that are there to save you any night of the week.
Show of hands, whose fridge is 50% full of condiments?
There are reasons for that: making sauces, dressings and marinades is hugely time consuming, plus they just make eating more funl The trick is keeping the right ones on hand so they’re multi-purpose and worth the space.
There’s no greater insurance against busy nights, lazy nights, and average Tuesdays than a well-stocked freezer.
From family meals ready as fast as you can preheat your oven, to gloriously easy microwave-and-eat options for one, these staples will have your back every time.
September is Family Meals Month
Join us in celebrating National Family Meals Month by pledging to eat one meal per week at home as a family.
The meals don’t need to be complex—we promise! The most important thing is sitting down together. We’ve got seriously easy ideas below, plus Cub fried chicken is always hot and ready when you need it. Let’s eat!
Meals In Minutes
Prosciutto, Red Grape & Pecorino Flatbread
The salty-sweet combo of prosciutto, Pecorino Romano cheese, and red grapes makes for a tasty flatbread that comes together in just 15 minutes.
Spinach Artichoke Chicken & Pasta
Calling all spinach artichoke dip lovers; this one is for you. A handful of hard-working kitchen staples go a long way in pulling together a super-fast and supremely flavorful meal that doesn’t skimp on serving size.
Eat Out At Home
Build a Better Salad
Tip 1: Make your own dressing
In life—and in salad dressings—we subscribe to the motto work smarter not harder.
Add fresh ingredients to the remainder of your Grey Poupon Mustard jar, shake, and voilà! An all-purpose salad dressing that tastes so much more complex than it was to make.
Tip 2: Toast Your Nuts
Heat oven to 350° spread nuts on a baking sheet and roast 5-10 minutes, or until fragrant and a shade darker.
|Tip 2: Make Lemon Breadcrumbs
Heat 1⁄4 cup olive oil in a medium skillet over medium-high heat. Add 1 clove garlic and cook until golden, about 2 minutes. Add 1⁄2 cup fresh breadcrumbs and cook, stirring constantly, until golden brown, about 4 minutes. Drain on paper towels and cool. Discard garlic. Transfer to a bowl, add 1 teaspoon lemon zest, a pinch of salt and toss to combine.
|Tip 4: Get Cheesy
Use a vegetable peeler to shave long, thin ribbons off large blocks of cheese. Nothing makes a salad feel fancier faster than that.
Soup of the Season
Busy Week? No Time to Cook?
Cub Deli Has Dinner Ready
When there’s no time to cook but you’re craving quality family time, Cub deli is here for you. Stop in on your way home and choose from our pasta salads, hot sides, and ready-to-eat fried or rotisserie chicken. Or order delivery to have dinner waiting on your doorstep when you get home.