Fresh Whole Chestnuts

By Sierra Nut House | September 16, 2019

Now considered a comfort food, chestnuts were the poor man’s bread in 18th century France. Farmers, who sold their grains to buy salt and give money to the Church, relied on chestnuts for protein and energy. Whether boiled, roasted or mashed. the chestnut was a staple food in those regions where even the humblest cereals …

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Limoncello di Sorrenti

By Sierra Nut House | July 19, 2019

– 8 Large Organic Lemons – 750 Milliliters (A Standard-Size Bottle) of Inexpensive Vodka – 3 Cups Distilled Water or Filtered Tap Water – 3-4 Cups Sugar Scrub and wash the lemons, then dry them. Using a paring knife or vegetable peeler, remove the peels of the lemons, taking care to avoid the white pith. …

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Friday Night Dinner’s – June

By Sierra Nut House | June 6, 2019

Each Friday Night, in the month of June, come with your friends and enjoy live music and a wonderful meal. Friday, June 7th Appetizer: TBD Salad: Fruit with Fennel Entree: Chicken Marsala with Creamy Polenta Dessert (at extra charge): Tiramisu Friday, June 14th Appetizer: TBD Salad: Burrata Cheese with Tomato & Basil Entree: BBQ Ribs …

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Lemon Pasta Recipe

By Sierra Nut House | April 5, 2019

Ingredients: 1 Bag Lemon Stringozzi 1/4 Cup Olive Oil Zest from 1 Elmon Juice of 1 Lemon 1 Cup Heavy Whip Cream 1 Cup Grated Parmesan 3 Cloves Garlic (Chopped Okay) Basil or Flat Leaf Parsley (Chopped) 1/4 Cup Toasted Pine Nuts Instructions: Salt Water & bring to a boil in a large pot. Once …

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Truffle pate, truffle oil, truffle salt, etc.

By Sierra Nut House | April 30, 2015

Truffles from Italy are in bottles and jars of varying sizes and prices.  We shopped the truffle show in Alba, Italy last year and sourced the best quality items for our shelves.

Sunflower Seed Kernels

By Sierra Nut House | April 30, 2015

Considered by nutritionists as one of the HEALTHIEST FOODS  in the world.  Sunflower seeds are over 20% protein (good for energy) excellent source of vitamin E and a very good source of copper and vitamin B1.  Also,  sunflower seeds are a good source of manganese, selenium,  phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6, folate and niacin. This is …

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Raisins, Jumbo, Milk Chocolate

By Sierra Nut House | April 29, 2015

Delicious Old Dutch Milk Chocolate covering our jumbo seedless raisins. These are the raisins left on the vine, often until October, where they pick up more flavor and sweetness then any other. Very much like the old Muscat raisin variety. The chocolate is from the Guittard Chocolate Co. which is located in California and is …

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Chocolate Almonds

By Sierra Nut House | April 29, 2015

Our dark chocolate almonds are coated with a delicious Guittard Chocolate. The nuts are first dry roasted, no oil or salt added, and are then coated with a rich dark (not bitter) chocolate. These are California grown almonds coated with the best California chocolate. This item is the absolute favorite candy in our stores.

Roasted & Salted Pistachios

By Sierra Nut House | April 29, 2015

Pistachios are fresh roasted, lightly salted, crisp and delicious.  Remember after you open the package to keep them fresh make them air tight.  Place them in a container with a lid because pistachios are like little sponges and will such the moisture out of the air and your nuts will be soft. If this happens …

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Who Needs Apples?

By Sierra Nut House | April 20, 2015

An Oat Bran Muffin a Day Will Keep the Doctor Away The most important nutritional advantage of oats is the soluble fiber which helps to lower your blood cholesterol levels. This fiber is what gives oatmeal its gummy texture. The oat bran (husk) is a significant source of soluble fiber. In one study, men with …

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