About Sautter's Market
In today's world of big-box warehouse stores, Sautter's stubbornly refuses to compromise on quality and become like all the rest...
Mixing the old-fashioned comforts of a neighborhood market with the latest trends in farm-to-table, vegan, organic and specialty diets, Sautter's Market opens the front door each morning to let the sunshine in and greet the neighborhood with a smile.
Sautter's has been a local tradition since the 1950's, and Sylvania's original family-owned grocery store is still going strong. Nestled along Ten-Mile Creek in historic Downtown Sylvania, the market has ample room to maintain a personal yet vast array of foods. Jim Sautter's motto is, "If we don't have it, we'll get it for you." Ask Mr. Sautter, and he will find a way to bring you that special item you are looking for.
Unique features of the store include the specialty/organic product lines, eclectic beer & wine selection, and deli & bakery with homemade original recipes by Chef Juan, Rosa, Margie, and the rest of the Sautter's family. Sautter's is also home to the area's top on-site butcher shop. The produce department carries just-right ripened fruits & vegetables, while the grocery and frozen food aisles have just what you need to stock your cupboards and keep everyone in the family oh-so-happy!
Skewered & Grilled Sweet Babies
(ask for help in the Sautter's produce dept or at the front desk if you need help finding these ingrediants)
1/4 cup olive oil
3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped and made into garlic paste
1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh thyme leaves
24 cherry tomatoes
8 to 10 wooden (6-inch) skewers, soaked in water for 30 minutes
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
In a medium bowl, use a whisk to combine oil, vinegar, garlic paste and thyme. After mixture is thourougly blended, add sweet cherry tomatoes, tossing lightly just to coat. Allow the tomatoes to marinate at room temperature for about a half hour.
While bringing grill to high heat, skewer the tomatoes carefully, making sure to not remove too much of the marinade. Place 4-6 tomatoes on each skewer. Turn to sprinkle all sides with salt & pepper to taste, then place on grill for about six minutes. Time depends on personal preference for color/charring.