Groceries & Markets in Waxahachie

$38 for a 1-Year Membership and One Box of Assorted Organic Produce from Johnson's Backyard Garden ($84 Value)

Johnson's Backyard Garden

Multiple Locations

Members can pay to receive weekly or biweekly delivery of 10–12 in-season, organically grown vegetables, fruits, and herbs

$84 $38

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Healthy Take-Home Meals from Pick a Fit Foods (Up to 50% Off)

Pick a Fit Foods

Dallas

The Pick A Fit kitchen prepares nutritious meals, such as grilled Southwest chicken with pico de gallo, that can be picked up and taken home

$20 $10

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$22 for $40 Worth of Gourmet To-Go Food at Pick a Fit Foods

Pick a Fit Foods

Dallas

Healthy, gourmet to-go food includes options such as chicken tacos, turkey mac and cheese, pancakes, and roasted red potatoes with rosemary

$40 $22

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Jerky, Bacon, and Barbecue Goods at Meat Maniac (60% Off). Two Options Available.

Meat Maniac

Richardson

Novelty items such as wild-game jerky and bacon-flavored salsas, ketchups, and sodas; barbecue sauces and seasonings

$20 $8.50

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Condiment Trio Gift Package or $10 for $20 Worth of Sauces, Rubs, and Condiments at Smokin' Texas Gourmet

Smokin' Texas Gourmet

Keller

Gourmet rubs, salsas, steak sauce, hot sauces, and seasonings handcrafted in Texas without MSG or preservatives

$20 $10

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$33 for $60 Worth of Gourmet Cookie Bouquets from Cookies In Bloom

Cookies In Bloom

Vista Ridge Square

Gourmet cookie baskets and bouquet-style arrangements help celebrate special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, and holidays

$60 $33

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$12 for $20 Worth of Local Groceries at The Milk Pail Local Market & Drive Thru

The Milk Pail Local Market & Drive Thru

Allen

Local market with fresh produce, artisan breads, deli meats, and ready-to-eat meals

$20 $12

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Owner Henderson Poleon handcrafts more than 24 flavors of frozen-custard ice cream at K's Frozen Island, garnishing them with toppings and mix-ins such as pineapple, Butterfinger, and caramel fudge. Italian ice, shaved ice, and a smattering of shakes and floats round out the creamery's dairy dishes. Gourmet grilled hoagies come straight off the kitchen's iron waffle-cone maker to remedy clinical cases of brain freeze. Build-your-own sandwiches sandwich the shop's selection of breads, proteins, cheeses, and veggies.

201 E Belt Line Rd
Desoto,
TX
US

Specializing in both family and bariatric medicine, Dr. Christie Egbuchunam focuses her practice on the prevention of diseases?from measles to obesity. She offers physicals and immunizations to keep kids and adults in tip-top shape, as well as medical weight-loss programs that help patients lose weight without relying on crash diets or relocating to a zero-gravity house. Their Zerona laser treatments take aim at fat-cell walls and Viora radio-frequency treatments help smooth out cellulite and tighten lax skin.

305 Regency Parkway
Mansfield,
TX
US

Pirate Coffee Company roasts specialized coffee blends in house and serves them alongside delectable café treats. Every day, caffeinated captains roast beans the classic way, sending flavorful nodules through a gas-heated drum roaster while moving in a counter-clockwise rain dance. Start with a 16-ounce cup of the house blend coffee ($1.75), and use subsequently perked-up senses to peruse the firmer food modules. Banish hunger with The Jolly Roger, a potato-bread sandwich of turkey, bacon, and avocado known to strike hunger into sailors when flown aloft from a ship's mast ($4.75). Alternately, quiet a power-tripping tooth’s sucrose song with a blueberry muffin, cinnamon roll, or cookie fresh from the bakery.

116 N Main St
Mansfield,
TX
US

Rich Rogers’s favorite part of family meals was always after plates had been cleaned, when his Italian clan would kick back around the table and tell stories for hours on end. His grandfather, Peter Scardello, was a big part of that. Peter relayed to Rich the importance of a great meal, particularly the way it can knit family and friends together. So when Rich and Karen Rogers opened Scardello, it was only fitting that the artisan cheese shop be named after Peter. Today, Rich is following in the footsteps of his grandfather, cooking feasts for friends and family that often end with nibbles of cheese. It’s his way of keeping guests around the table long enough to swap stories, like his family did all those years ago. Scardello’s selection includes about 150 cheeses hailing from Europe and America, some from right in Texas. Though not all are farmstead cheeses, they’re all artisanal—that means handcrafted by humans, not made by machine or produced by accidentally leaving cattle in the hot sun. The cheeses rotate seasonally, but don’t worry if you don’t see the same goat cheese you grabbed last time. The shop’s happy to track your purchases, so you’ll know immediately whether your favorite’s in stock, and the staff will happily slice you a sample of any cheese in the case. That might make it a little bit easier when it comes time to order and they cut as hefty or petite a wedge as you like, straight from the wheel.

Scardello’s employees can also help customers match the perfect accompaniment with cheese, whether that means craft beer or wine, bread or crackers, or locally crafted goodies from Dude, Sweet Chocolate. For those who’d rather do it themselves, there are various classes available. These might involve anything from exploring the basics of cheesemaking to addressing the question of whether beer or wine goes better with certain cheeses—an age-old debate that brings most dairy-farm-family reunions to a heated end.

3511 Oak Lawn Ave
Dallas,
TX
US

Part-time personal chef Steven Bailey was growing tired of bland, industrially processed food. As detailed by D Magazine, Steven was determined to do something about his frustration, so he hit the road one weekend in his Volkswagen Rabbit and began scouring Texas farms and markets for fresher ingredients. The more organic, locally grown food he brought back, the more friends and neighbors started requesting some for themselves. The growing demand led Steven to start Urban Acres, where customers can track down organic produce, dairy, and grass-fed meats from local farmers and artisans who never use pesticides, hormones, artificial flavoring, or shoddy magnetic force fields.

As a member of Urban Acres, members pick large, medium, or small shares of organic fruits and veggies, as well as meat, coffee, and granola shares if desired. Urban Acres also sells locally grown grub to members and nonmembers alike at its Oak Cliff Farmstead, which D Magazine says "brings a bit of country to the big city." There, visitors can find shelves and counters fashioned from reclaimed wood, a bee colony on the roof, and produce snuggled in boxes of hay. Urban Acres also offers hands-on educational opportunities to learn about small-scale urban farming.

1301B W Davis St
Dallas,
TX
US

MEDermis Facials' board-certified medical director captains a team of certified laser specialists and medical aestheticians, who help their clients reach aesthetic goals with the help of advanced technology. Together, the team has safely erased more than 200,000 unwanted tattoos of all shapes, sizes, and colors using Lutronic Spectra lasers. The cutting-edge apparatuses emit q-switched beams of high-energy light, which help disband ink particles and prepare them to be naturally jettisoned from the body via the lymphatic system?technical speak for "laser eraser". The lasers flit over skinscapes, fostering smooth, even skin with minimal risk of scarring, disrupting natural pigments, or attracting bored cats. In addition to getting rid of unwanted ink, the talented staff can also help to correct skin troubles with peels, microdermabrasion, and other skin care services.

13465 Inwood Road
Dallas,
TX
US