447 W. 9 Mile Road :: Ferndale, MI 48220 :: 248-546-7288

The holiday season is upon us!  Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which means there’s not much time left to get all you need to over-feed your loved ones.  We have plenty of items in stock and on sale for your dinner table, and for the rest of your home.  We will be closed all day on Thursday, but will be open on Friday from 8am until 6pm.

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St. Patrick’s Day is almost here, and that means we’re going greener than usual!  Our Prepared Foods department is serving up Corned Beef & Cabbage- a staple at many an  Irish American table during this holiday.  Turn your sweet tooth green with our shamrock-themed cookies and cupcakes, then wash it down with some Guinness!  We also have Sy Ginsberg’s and Grobbell’s Corned Beef on sale for $3.99 / lb.  We definitely have you covered this St. Patty’s Day!  If you decide to wander around this weekend, please be careful and have fun!

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an article by Julie Baker

It’s brunch time!   Growing up, Sunday was always a huge brunch spread at my house.   Bagels, lox, cream cheese, eggs and onions, hashbrowns, bacon, sausage, and the always infamous deli tray.  I was in Ann Arbor yesterday stocking up at Zingerman’s and noticed THE loaf of bread.  That’s right, chocolate studded challah!   Oh it was so on.

I could handle this a few ways.  A panini with Nutella and bananas, right out of the bag with some sweet cream butter, or baked french toast.  I’m going with the french toast.

According to my daughter Dylan, this was double yummy!

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Valentine’s Day has arrived, and Western Market is your stop for all things sweet and delicious that might spark your loved one’s interest, or at least make their tummies happy.

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Streenstra’s St. Claus Cookies are a Michigan original and a holiday staple for many local families.  These delicious cookies are often imitated as “windmill cookies,” but those over-processed copycats are nothing compared to the 1900’s original recipe.

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