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Central Market To Host Food-Cations, Charc Week This Summer

Central market food-cation

Central Market is bringing favorite foods from summer travel destinations home to North Texas this year. Each week starting June 24, Central Market will feature special foods from different vacation locations starting with New York City, June 24-July 7; followed by France, July 8-14; then a Tropical Paradise, July 15-28. The summer Food-Cation celebration will culminate with Charc Week July 29-Aug. 4, celebrating all things charcuterie. Central Market charcuterieFood-cation bagels and lox

New York Food-cation will bring in old fashioned New York-style hot dogs, bagels and lox, authentic deli meats and more. Each store also is making plans for a Hamilton watch party menu. Check with local stores for details.

Tastes of France will feature French breads, baguettes, boules and pastries including eclairs, crème brulee and pots de crème as well as French cheeses and accompaniments. Other French items including Jambon de Bayonne, Madrange ham, steak for steak frites and French-inspired signature sausages made in house. Central Market food-cation

Tropics week will showcase seasonal tropical fruits in produce, Hawaiian seafood items, pineapple macadamia nut cookies, lime and coconut scones and cookies, piña colada cheesecake bars, coconut shrimp, tropical cole slaw, cold pressed juices, fish tacos and jerk-style rotisserie chicken.

In addition, Central Market’s Chef’s Case will include these new items throughout the summer: herb marinated grilled chicken, teriyaki marinated grilled chicken, shakshuka tilapia, Goan shrimp curry, ancient grain stuffed bell peppers, Goan chickpea spinach curry, cauliflower rice pilaf, Spanish cauliflower rice, ancient grain pilaf, Greek-style ancient grains, and more.

 

Food-cation locations

Locations include:

Central Market-Fort Worth, 4651 West Freeway.; Central Market-Lovers Lane, 5759 E. Lovers Lane, Dallas; Central Market-Midway, 4349 W. Northwest Hwy., Dallas; Central Market-Plano, 320 Coit Road; Central Market-Southlake, 1425 E. Southlake Blvd.

Central Market’s open, serpentine-flow, full view European-style layout offers a completely new food shopping experience. Each store features a produce department with quality and variety, an 80-foot seafood case with selections from throughout the world, hundreds of cheeses, 2,500 wine labels, specialty grocery aisles with items from every continent and a world-class cooking school featuring hands-on instruction.

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