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Item of the Day – Natalie’s Lemonade

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Natalie’s Lemonade

 

Item 02178 – 6/16 oz case

 

-Only 3 Ingredients: Water, Fresh Lemons & Florida Pure Cane Sugar.

-Rich in vitamin C and phytonutrients. Can support healthy digestion.

-Honestly Sourced

-Freshly Handcrafted

-Minimally Processed

-No Preservatives. No Artificial Ingredients. No Additives. No GMOs.

-Voted Best Tasting by Cook’s Country Magazine.

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Monday Seafood News

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Pacific Halibut

Oregon Coast

Item 04584 – 10-20 lb avg.

 

 

 

 

 Virginia Flounder

Virginia

Item 48034 – 4-6 lb avg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sablefish (Black Cod) 

Canada

Item 02367 – 5 lb avg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speckled Sea Trout

Ponce Inlet, Florida

Item 71243 – 2-4 lb avg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hog Snapper

Florida

Item 03451 – 2-3 lb avg

 

 

 

 

 

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Item of the Day – Kamado Joe Natural Lump Charcoal

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Kamado Joe

Natural Lump Charcoal

 

 

Item 98208 – 22 lb bag

 

Kamado Joe excels in providing the essential grilling accessories to enhance your backyard BBQ experience. The Big Block charcoal is made from heavy, large pieces of hardwood so it burns slower and longer. This 20 pound bag of 100 percent natural lump charcoal is made from a blend of hardwood trees, adding a signature charcoal flavor to food grilled and smoked on your ceramic grill. Kamado Joe lump charcoal burns hotter and longer, allowing you to cook at temperatures above 750 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature is ideal for steakhouse-style searing, giving ribeyes and other steaks that signature sizzle off the grill. This charcoal can also be reused by simply adding a small amount of fresh charcoal to the existing charcoal, making it an efficient fuel for your grill.

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