Sign in so we can personalize your GIANT FOOD STORES experience
Load coupons directly to your card online and redeem in-store.
Browse this week's printed circular or view by category.
Bonus Buys, Fuel Savings, Exclusive offers and more.
Ordering online made easy. You click. We shop.
Order platters, desserts, cakes, and arrangements online.
Buy gift cards online. Have them delivered or pick them up in-store.
Browse our collection of arrangements and gifts for delivery or visit one of our GIANT FOOD STORES florists in store.
Make our family of brands your family’s choice for affordable quality in every aisle.
Search delicious recipes, how-to videos and tips.
Flip through the latest issue or get access to previous articles.
Find the best seasonal recipes that are sure to impress.
Save your favorite recipes for easy access in the future.
Refill, transfer, check the status of your prescriptions.
Find nutritional resources to inspire you.
Back to Our Roots - October 2018
Fall Comfort Foods
National Seafood Month
Fast, fresh and easy fall favorite recipes.
Easy Lattice Apple Pie
A gorgeous, bakery-quality pie is within your reach. This foolproof recipe hurries things along with a simple shortcut for a lattice crust and no blind baking.
Weeknight Chicken and Dumplings
We’ve taken a dish that traditionally takes hours and sped it up thanks to some quick-cooking boneless chicken thighs and the use of rendered bacon fat to build depth of flavor fast.
Penne with Pulled Short Rib Ragu
Boneless short ribs get fork-tender thanks to the slow cooker and then tossed with pasta and a bacon-enhanced tomato sauce.
Creepy Bagel Pizzas
Add some spookiness to your Halloween spread with these ghoulish appetizers. They’re so simple and tasty that everyone will want to sink their fangs into them.
Baked Streusel Apples
This dessert is easy to whip up with just a few pantry staples like nutty oats, warm spices, and brown sugar.
Crispy Fish Sandwiches
Barbecue potato chips are the secret crunch weapon in these sandwiches featuring pan-fried cod cakes and creamy ranch dressing.
French Dip au Jus
A can of onion soup is the secret shortcut to getting this sandwich-shop classic on your table in just 10 minutes.
Chipotle Tuna Melt
Pitas are the sturdy base for these open-faced spicy tuna sandwiches. Chipotle mayo heats things up while creamy Cheddar cools them down.
Turkey Sandwich with Pepper Jelly
Perk up your turkey sandwich with sweet pepper jelly and melty Brie instead of the usual mayo and Swiss.
Old-Fashioned Pot Roast
Paired with creamy mashed potatoes, this slow cooker version of a comfort food classic will warm your heart and soul.
Old-Fashioned Chocolate Chip Cookies
These classic chocolate chip cookies feature both dark and milk chocolates, plus a chewy center with crisp edges. Paired with a tall glass of milk, we dare you to eat just one.
Classic Shrimp and Grits
Creamy, cheesy corn grits are topped with saucy shrimp in this quick and easy take on the traditional Carolina dish.
Chicken Noodle Soup
Don’t wait until you catch a cold to make chicken soup. With this quick version, you can enjoy this family favorite anytime.
Cheesy Corn Muffins
Cheese? Yes, please! Amping up the sweet flavor of corn muffins by adding some sharp Cheddar takes these from sideshow to main attraction.
Grilled Mozzarella, Spinach, and Red Pepper Sandwiches
More cheese please! This sophisticated take on a grilled cheese is an easy way to enjoy comfort food on a weekday.
Old-Fashioned Pot Roast with Fall Veggies
Make this pot roast your own by featuring your favorite seasonal produce such as fresh pear, fennel, or turnips.
This comforting and hearty bowl of soup made with a mixture of pantry staples and fresh veg comes together fast and is lovely on cool fall nights.
Apple and Honey Tart
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with this easy-as-pie apple and honey tart.
Pork with Roasted Grapes, Beans, and Potatoes
Tangy green grapes are tender and sweet when cooked with honey and rosemary to make a delicious topping for pork chops.
Acorn Squash Curry
Make the most of seasonal squash and transform it into a flavorful curry. Serve with rice or flatbread.
Slow Cooker Spaghetti Squash Bolognese
Spaghetti squash steps in for pasta in this delicious kid-friendly, gluten-free recipe.
Kale and Potato Mash with Feta
Hazelnuts add a sweet crunch to this easy side that pairs well with any main dish.
Brussels Sprouts with Grapes
Red grapes and honey sweeten up this fall favorite while walnuts add the perfect crunch.
Baked Salmon with Beet and Watercress Mash
Halibut with Couscous
Cooking en papillote (a fancy term for “in parchment”) gently steams the fish without the risk of overcooking it.
Quick Lobster Bisque
This creamy bisque studded with chunks of delicate lobster is impressive enough for company, yet simple enough to make and serve in just 15 minutes!
Seared Scallops with Mango – Avocado Salsa
Lobster is a luxury, but occasional market fluctuations make this delicacy affordable—and it's easy to prepare. If you have a large stockpot or a Dutch oven, you have everything you need to cook these meaty crustaceans. Don't forget the shellfish cracking tools.
Sesame-Crusted Salmon with Asparagus and Noodles
This recipe uses togarashi, a blend of Japanese peppers and sesame seeds that’s also tasty sprinkled over rice or on chicken. Find it in the spice aisle next to the other seasoning blends.
One Pot Shrimp, Spinach and Tortellini a la Vodka
Stewed Cod with Tomatoes and Olives
Baking the cod on a bed of asparagus keeps the heat gentle and even, ensuring perfectly cooked, moist fish every time.
Tuna Poke Bowl
This no-cook bowl of crisp vegetables and raw tuna makes for a hearty lunch or light dinner.
“Make me happy” is what tiramisu means, loosely translated. You'll see why when your guests get a taste of this elegant yet easy-to-prepare combination of ladyfingers, ricotta cheese, espresso and chocolate. It's a dessert you'll return to again and again.
Don't let an Italian-American catch you saying “brack-ee-ole”. The proper way to pronounce the word for these rich and spicy beef rolls filled with Parmesan cheese is “brah-zhole”. This is a great make-ahead meal since it can be kept overnight in the fridge and reheated the next day.
Penne with Tomato and Basil Pesto
There are no limits to what you can put in bread, but why not start with the obvious: cheese and pepperoni. Hot peppers add crunch and spice. Serve with your favorite pasta dish or use it to make extra special sandwiches.
Tortellini Soup with Croutons
Quick-cooking tortellini and fresh veggies bring this comforting soup together in minutes.
Tuscan Broccoli Raab Pasta
Ravioli with Artichoke and Ricotta
Top this dish with toasted breadcrumbs for added flavor and texture.
Florentine Topped Flounder
Florentine need not be relegated to the breakfast table. Spinach pairs well with flaky white flounder, especially with the addition of red bell pepper, chewy quinoa and salty crumbled feta cheese. Serve with a side salad for an elegant lunch or quick dinner.
Quick & Easy Chicken Cacciatore
This fast chicken dish cooks completely on the stovetop and in one pan, making preparation and cleanup simple. Rich with tomatoes, this Italian classic is perfect to serve in the dead of winter for a taster of summer again. Serve with pasta if desired.
Crispy Monster Treats
A little green food coloring and some sweet and salty snacks transform your favorite cereal treats into a frighteningly festive Halloween dessert.
Let the kids help bring these spooky chocolate cupcakes to life by having them add the red “eyes” and pipe on the “rags.”
Ghosts on Broomsticks
Breadstick Bones with Tomato Sauce
Who could resist this adorably creepy twist on breadsticks? Let kids get in on the fun by letting them help roll out the dough and sprinkle with the Parmesan mixture.
Impress guests with this guacamole that’s shaped into Frankenstein’s monster’s face, complete with a black bean scowl.
Use store-bought brownies to make these treats in a flash.
Black Cherry Punch with Eyeballs
This freaky punch features “eyeballs” made with lychee, a sweet, floral fruit you can find in the Asian products aisle.
Graveyard Taco Dip
Make your own spooky tombstone-shaped tortilla chips by baking up flour tortillas. Pair them with our Tex-Mex-style 4-layer dip and you’ve got a frighteningly festive addition to your buffet table.
For a fun party activity, let kids build their own mini skeletons out of the veggies. Who says you can’t play with your food?
An error occurred