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Whole Foods Market Holiday Guide

December 5, 2017

Happy Holiday season friends! This month is nothing but busy, but all for the good reasons. We all have parties, secret santas activities, dinners, and a lot of more gatherings. So in this post I want to share some of the things that our favorite place (yeah, I know that I'm not the only one!), Whole Foods Market offering this holiday season. Or just with the purpose to save you time cooking or in the endless lines shopping in malls because this month should be spent with our family and friends, having some quality time.

 

First of all, they are catering holiday dinners since November which were a success! Now Christmas is down the corner and they are so ready! You can order your dinners at this link. My family and I tried some of the things they were offering and they LOVED IT, in their own words: "Taste so gourmet and homemade". If you can to try it yourself you can go the they Holiday taste Fair in the dates December 9th and the 10th in El Paso, if you live somewhere else make sure to check out their page.

 

The menu includes any person and diet; vegan, or traditional. A whole variety of side dishes, meats, desserts and appetizers. They also offer Hanukkah dishes!

 

Turkeys, wine braised brisket, roast prime beef, goose, lamb, shrimp platters, greek feast platters, cheese, cranberry apple crostata, brown butter cookies and pumpkin pie. For my vegan friends, lentil mushroom stuffing, "cheesy mash potato", roasted cauliflower, cranberry sauce, maple brussels sprouts, green beans, butternut squash with cranberries. 

 

 

 

One of the thing that never can be missed this season besides the gatherings and delicious dinners are presents or little signs of appreciation to the people you love. Here are some ideas you can get at Whole Foods Market; chocolates, essential oils, skin care, salt lamps, stuffed animals, crafted soups what smells like heaven, wines, gift card and lot more!

 

 Also you can't have a Christmas party without a gorgeous home decor, trees, flowers and gingerbread houses make any place more festive! And one thing we should appreciate and consider is to take take of our planet, I personally LOVED that for every sold tree they will plant another one.

I wish you nothing but a sweet holiday season, I really hope this guide help you in any minimum way possible. Holidays shouldn't be something you should stress off but to enjoy!

 

Happy Holidays friends,with love... MaryFer and Whole Foods Market.

 

Sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

 

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