Having a nice, warm summer day outside is great. You should plan a picnic. While preparing for your picnic, there are some basic rules of etiquette that will ensure its success. When planning your picnic, you'll want to think about everything you will need. This includes food and drinks as well as the appropriate picnic supplies to bring with you. You must realize that not all picnic supplies are created equal...
Albertsons, Costco, Safeway, and Fry's Food Stores are probably great for most of your grocery needs, but what about when you want to shop at a natural grocer? What if you have specific dietary requirements or restrictions that the regular stores can't accommodate? What if your local grocery store doesn't carry the specialized produce you're looking for, the gluten-free pastas, the no-salt-added canned beans, the essential oils, or the additive-free health supplements you prefer? Fortunately, the Phoenix grocery shopper has several options.
Delivery services are stepping up their game
Purists will find the very concept of prepared meals via a delivery service akin to blasphemy. But we’re not talking about microwave dinners. Meal service delivery providers now offer top-notch cuisine at more than reasonable prices, and the menus just keep getting better.
You don’t have to shop exclusively in the organic aisles of Whole Foods to maintain a plant-based diet. You can just as easily shop at Bashas’ or Fry’s.
World-class skiing? Of course. Endless natural beauty? For sure. Unplugging and unwinding? Definitely. But did you know that Park City’s Montage Deer Valley is also a top-notch destination for some serious wining and dining? With its close relationship with local farmers and purveyors, the resort is a glowing example of farm-to-table deliciousness.