Local Farm Report Fresh Veggies

It’s finally June, and that means local produce is starting to fill the aisles at your Heinen’s. Ohio and Illinois farms are beginning to harvest their early-season crops and things are looking very green with lots of lettuce, kale and more. It’s the perfect time for fresh summer salads! We’ll be keeping you updated on...
Bockwurst sausage on a cutting board

When many people think of spring they think flowers. While that’s understandable, right now we’re thinking sausage. Bockwurst specifically, a German sausage traditionally served around Lent and Easter. Each spring for a limited time, our butchers recreate Joe Heinen’s original Bockwurst recipe to dish out the tasty sausage made of veal (yes, veal!), pork, spring...
Baked Eggs

This recipe and photos were provided by Sally Roeckell of Table and Dish and were originally published at 365Barrington.com. On sunny winter days, with unseasonably mild temps in February, breakfast should be equally out of the ordinary. In the hustle and chaos of school day mornings it’s easy to forget how simple baked eggs are to make. I’ve been...

Our bodies are home to thousands of different micro-organisms, bacteria, fungi and yeasts that all must co-exist and work together to keep us at our healthiest. Outside factors and stressors make it difficult for our bodies to maintain a positive balance - homeostasis - between all of these “moving parts.”  Whether we are conscious of...