Karleigh W.

About

Karleigh W. joined the Publix family in 2013 as a front service clerk. Before becoming a full-time member of the team, she was a 2019 summer intern. Her love for writing, serving customers and Publix culture fuels her inspiration to bring new ideas to The Publix Checkout. Outside of work, Karleigh likes to bake, cook and spend time with her husband and their cat, Cici.

Posts by Karleigh W.

Aprons Cooking School classes are an absolute blast. The chefs are talented, the dishes are delicious, and the cooking tips are invaluable! What if we told you that you can enjoy this experience even if you can’t attend a class in person? Maybe you’ve always wanted to check out an Aprons Cooking School class, or you’re just looking for opportunities to find … (Read the full story)

Couple standing in kitchen toasting glasses of red wine.

Are you planning a date night at home? A wine tasting is a great option. It’s interactive, fun and will feel special enough to really impress your date. Whether you are a sommelier-in-training or a wine novice, you can plan the perfect experience from start to finish with ease using these tips. Choosing Your Wines Start by deciding if you want to taste white wines, red wines or a … (Read the full story)

Publix premium logo above carton of ice cream, wrapped beef, container of hazlenut spread and box of seafood meal on white background.

If you’re a Publix shopper, you’ve probably noticed Publix Premium products in our stores. Their unique packaging and wide availability across store departments make them hard to miss. But Publix Premium is more than just a fancy title. And now we’ve got you wondering: What makes a product “premium”? Publix Premium products must adhere to strict standards. They are often new and innovative products within their category, so you can expect unique varieties or flavorings with differentiated attributes. The products are created with … (Read the full story)

Large pumpkins stacked outsidePublix store

Pumpkin is a fruit (that’s right, a fruit – and also a squash and gourd) that is typically associated with Thanksgiving, especially in the form of pumpkin pie. Perhaps this is because, according to experts, pumpkin was most likely served at the first Thanksgiving feast. However, it was probably enjoyed a little differently than a … (Read the full story)