Updated: Mar 2
March is a lot more fun than you may realize! Though we know it for St. Patrick’s Day festivities and Spring fever, do you have National Pig Day, National Cold Cuts Day or Pi Day marked on your calendar? From Women’s History Month to National Nutrition Month there is plenty to celebrate in March.
HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET
Celebrate National Nutrition Month with affordable, healthy options — eating well doesn’t have to bust your wallet. For example, inexpensive veggies like carrots don’t have to be boring. Roast them with a drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of sea salt. Embrace Meatless Mondays with lentil soup or vegetarian chili with organic corn chips. Replace your processed cheese dip with hummus or guacamole. Granola, quinoa salad, and kombucha – there are so many ways to eat well!
CELEBRATE ST. PATTY!
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and we are here to help you celebrate (whether or not you’re Irish). We may not dye the Pemi green, but we can get you into the spirit: rye bread, corned beef, sauerkraut, Irish soda bread, festive baked goods, and Guiness (of course!). Who needs a parade when you can have food and drinks from Chase Street to enjoy in your own home?
BOUJIE BRUNCH TIME
Brunch is a magical meal that bridges the gap between early morning and mid-afternoon — we’ll help you set your brunch table with a delicious spread: fruit juice, savory bites, and sweet treats that can be made ahead of time or prepared quickly on the day-of. Pick up fresh fruit to slice and serve for an easy side dish; and choose a few pastries and breakfast sandwiches, cut them into small pieces, warm them up before serving, and you’re all set. Need coffee? Cafe Monte Alto has the goods.
LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE WOMEN!
March is also Women’s History Month, so let’s celebrate women-owned businesses (or co-owned, in our case!). New Hampshire is home to over 30,000 women-owned businesses that span across industries and provide valuable goods and services while contributing to our state’s economy. We applaud these businesses that empower women entrepreneurs and strengthen our community.