Yearly Archives: 2018

Halloween Gingerbread House Landscape

In between dressing up in costumes, carving pumpkins and eating all the candy you can fit in your trick-or-treat bag, you also have parties to attend and scary movies to watch. Let’s add a new tradition this Halloween— decorating Haunted Gingerbread Houses. Why wait for the busy Christmas holiday season to build an amazing gingerbread … (Read the full story)

Publix Recycling Bins

Part of our mission statement is to be intolerant of waste, and to be involved as responsible citizens in our communities. To stay true to this mission, initiatives we’ve participated in have included the instruction of our front-service clerks on proper bagging techniques, bag reduction goals for every store and communication campaigns to encourage the … (Read the full story)

Sam Adams Octoberfest

It may be August, but we’re already dreaming of Samuel Adams Octoberfest brew. In 1810, the Oktoberfest tradition was born when Munich celebrated the Crown Prince’s wedding with a special beer and a 16-day party. Today, millions of people from all over the world still celebrate in Germany. The 16 to 18 day folk festival … (Read the full story)

Steak Taco Spread

Let’s talk about our love of tacos! The options are endless when it comes to choosing the kind of shell, the meat and your favorite toppings. While most enjoy a standard ground beef taco with lettuce and cheese, we decided there are just too many options to stick to one recipe every time. Branch outside … (Read the full story)