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Sendik's Real Food Magazine - Summer 2010

Sendik's Real Food Magazine - Summer 2010

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Simplified Summer
Eating
Five-Star
Backyard Dining
Delicious Breads
Decidedly Fast
A New Barbecue
Experience
BARBECUE IDEAS
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SUMMER 2010
ELLIE KRIEGER

WHO SAYS HEALTHY
AND YUMMY HAVE TO
BE CONTRADICTIONS?

SIMPLE SUMMER JOYS:
GOOD IDEAS FOR
GREAT MEALS
BAKE IT EASY:
EFFORTLESS BREADS
BACKYARD LUXURY:
OPULENT ENTERTAINING BY PICNIC TABLE
BARBECUE CARIBBEAN-GLAZED CHICKEN PAGE 55
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www.sendiksmarket.comreal food
Sendik’s Food Market
nother season is
upon us and we
again find our-
selves in the midst of a
company expansion. Earli-
er this year we announced
that we’d be opening a
new store in New Ber-
lin. At the same time, the
remodel of our Whitefish
Bay store is well underway,

and the addition to and remodel of our Mequon store is about to begin.

In order to best serve

our customers, our challenge during these expansions is to maintain the balance between alteration and continuity. In this regard, we have the firm belief that we cannot successfully remain and thrive as

a business without an openness to change, which is why we continue to expand our business. At the same time, we understand that we cannot retain the energy and will to change without a commitment to something timeless and constant. Our energy and will to continue expanding and improving our business is rooted in our eighty-four-year-old commitment to provide the best grocery shopping experi- ence for our customers, period. Holding onto something timeless, like our com- mitment to our customers, energizes us to continue to expand and change.

Over the next several months, we will
do our best not to inconvenience you as

we remodel Whitefish Bay and Mequon. These remodeling projects will be quite extensive. Every department in both stores will be enhanced and there will be many new and exciting features running the gamut from new food offerings to new bathrooms. When completed, we are confident that the changes made will enhance our ability to serve you.

In New Berlin, we will be transform-

ing an old grocery store space into a beautiful new Sendik’s. The location is on the corner of National Avenue and Mooreland Road, in the heart of the City Center. We look forward to offering the residents of New Berlin a great new shopping experience. Look for the store to open this fall.

Our charity partner for this issue is

Penfield Children’s Center. As in the past, all proceeds from the sale of this maga- zine go directly to Penfield to support the tremendous work they do helping to provide quality childhood development and family programs and services to low-income families and families with children who have disabilities. Thank you for supporting Penfield!

Finally, thank you for your continued support of our family business. We are truly honored to serve the people of Greater Milwaukee. We appreciate your patience as we again expand our business. And we promise to continue to live up to our timeless promise of providing the best grocery shopping experience.

Sincerely,
The Balistreri Family
welcome
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The Balistreri amil: Patt, Nick, Margaret (Harris),
Salatre, Ted, and Patrick.
Elm GrovE

13425 W. Watertwn Plank Rd.
Elm Gre, WI 53122
(262) 784-9525

Franklin

5200 W. Rawsn Ae.
Franklin, WI 53132
(414) 817-9525

GErmantown

N112W15800 Mequn Rd.
Germantwn, WI 53022
(262) 250-9525

GraFton

2195 1st Ae.
Gratn, WI 53024
(262) 376-9525

GrEEnFiEld

7901 W. Latn Ae.
Greenfeld, WI 53220
(414) 329-9525

mEquon

10930 N. Prt Washingtn Rd.
Mequn, WI 53092
(262) 241-9525

wauwatosa

8616 W. Nrth Ae.
Wauwatsa, WI 53226
(414) 456-9525

whitEFish Bay

500 E. Siler Spring Dr.
Whitefsh Ba, WI 53217
(414) 962-9525

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everal years ago as a member of the Junior League of Milwaukee, I had the pleasure of working on their

cookbook, An Occasion to Gather: Milwau-
kee Entertains. Junior League members and

friends sent us their favorite recipes by the hundreds, and our committee embarked on a yearlong odyssey of recipe cooking, testing, and, of course, tasting. We held a seemingly endless stream of cookbook par- ties, where guests noshed on tasty samples and offered their critiques. Recipes were categorized, rated, and narrowed down until we ended up with what we think is a pretty darned good cookbook.

I’m no longer in the League, but my big takeaway from the entire experience (besides, of course, the entire experience) was the collection of recipes that have since become favorites among my family and friends. A fabulous example is this fantastic tart, which happens to be the book’s cover recipe. A shortbread style crust is filled with a creamy, white chocolate filling and topped with fresh seasonal fruits.

It looks complicated and scary, right? But please believe me when I say that this tart is a cinch to pull together. Frequent readers of my blog know that when it comes to pie crusts I’m a no-fuss, no-muss kinda gal—I don’t make it unless it’s easy. And making the dough for this tart is nearly effortless—and what’s even easier is that the delicious filling is made in the microwave!

Try this show-stopping tart this summer when the berries are fresh, gorgeous, and abundant. Whenever you choose to serve it—for a bridal shower or baby shower, or simply as dessert on the patio—it’s guaran- teed to be a hit. Enjoy!

Visit Leah's blog at www.sendiksmarket.com.
Fresh Frt Tart
SERvES 10-12
From An Occasion to Gather: Milwaukee
Entertains, by The Junior League of Mil-
waukee © 2004.

Crust:
¾ cup butter, stened
½ cup pwdered sugar

1½ cups lur
Filling:
10 unces (1²⁄3 cup) white chclate chips
¼ cup hea cream
8 unces cream cheese, stened
Fresh ruit  chice (berries, kiwi,
bananas, peaches), washed and sliced
Glaze:
¼ cup sugar
1 tablespn crnstarch
½ cup pineapple juice
½ teaspn resh lemn juice
1. Preheat oven to 325°F.
2. Beat the butter and powdered sugar in a

mixing bowl until blended. Add the flour and beat until smooth. Pat the dough into the bot- tom and up the sides of a 12-inch tart pan with a removable bottom. Bake the crust for 20-25 minutes, or until it begins to turn light golden brown. Set on a rack to cool.

3. Place white chocolate chips and heavy

cream in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave for one minute; stir. Microwave for an addi- tional 30 seconds; stop to stir again. Add the cream cheese and beat until blended and no lumps remain. Spread filling into crust.

4. Arrange fruit decoratively on top of the
filling.
5. Place sugar and cornstarch in a small sauce-

pan and mix well. Stir in the pineapple juice and lemon juice. Cook over medium heat until thickened, stirring constantly. Drizzle the glaze all over the fruit to prevent browning. Cover tart and chill until ready to serve.

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Sendik’s Food Market
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By LEAH DAMRoN
This n-uss, n-muss ruit tart is sure t be a hit this summer.

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