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Store Phone:
Fax:
208.828.4057
DSN:
728.2163
DSN FAX:
728.4057
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Store Hours

Normal Hours
Sun
1000 - 1800
Mon
1000 - 1800
Tues
1000 - 1900
Weds
1000 - 1900
Thurs
1000 - 1900
Fri
1000 - 1900
Sat
1000 - 1800
Deli Hours
Sun
1000 - 1800
Mon
1000 - 1800
Tues
1000 - 1900
Weds
1000 - 1900
Thurs
1000 - 1900
Fri
1000 - 1900
Sat
1000 - 1800
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615 Gunfighter Ave., BLDG 2706
Mountain Home AFB, ID 83648-5249
United States

Commissary Leadership

William F. Moore

Director & Chief Executive Officer of the Defense Commissary Agency

John Guevarra

Store Director

Sgt. Maj. Michael R. Saucedo, USMC

Senior Enlisted Advisor to the DeCA Director

William F. Moore

Director & Chief Executive Officer of the Defense Commissary Agency

John Guevarra

Store Director

Sgt. Maj. Michael R. Saucedo, USMC

Senior Enlisted Advisor to the DeCA Director

Store Information & Holiday Hours

Special Hours

Holiday Closures For "Your Mountain Home Commissary"

Thanksgiving November 24, 2022

Christmas Day December 25, 2022

New Year's Day January 01, 2023

Holiday Early Closing

"Your Mountain Home Commissary" will close early at 1600 on December 24, 2022.

Items on Sale

No items on sale at this time.

Sidewalk Sales

 

 

 

Department Telephone Numbers

Commissary Main Number: 208.828.2163 + Phone Extensions:

Store Director: x 3001

Store Manager x3004

Grocery Manager: x 3004

Produce Manager: x 3004

Meat Department: x 3004

Customer Service: x 3004

Secretary: x 3004

Special Information

“Your”  Mountain Home Commissary would like to thank you for shopping with us and would like to know how your shopping experience was. Please visit https://mydeca.me/receipt to take a brief survey. We strive to make your experience with us an enjoyable one and would appreciate your feedback.

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Making the benefit more convenient for you!

Let your commissary team do your shopping for you! It is as easy as – order online – choose your time – pick up curbside! Fast and easy!

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For more information please visit: https://www.commissaries.com/how-CLICK2GO-works

Commissary CLICK2GO number:  208*828*2163 X3425

ATTENTION!

Commissary Hours

OPEN AT 10AM SUN-SAT 

DeCA encourages the use of credit and debit transactions to limit the handling of cash and coins.

Questions or concerns please contact us, we are here to help.

 

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Guest Rules

Guests may enter the commissary only when accompanied by an authorized patron. To protect the commissary benefit, I.D. cards will be verified upon checkout.

Special Order Information

Did you know that the meat department offers special cuts of meat, our meat cutters will cut your steak to your desired thickness. Stop by the meat department and let Gary or George make your grilling experience wonderful.

Please give us 24 hours notice. Call 208*828*2163 X 3004 to order.

Grilling Tips

1: Start with a clean grill. Don’t let last night’s salmon skin impart a fishy-char flavor to tonight’s chicken breasts. Use a sturdy metal brush to clean the grates in between uses. (This is easiest when the grill is hot.)

2: Don’t move the food around. In general, the fewer times you flip something, the better (once is ideal for most meats). If the meat is stuck to the grill, let it cook more — it will unstick itself when it’s ready for flipping.

3: Don’t squeeze or flatten meats. Yes, I know that burst of sizzling flame that comes from squishing a burger with spatula is tempting. But you know what is creating that flame burst? Fat. And you know what fat is? Juicy flavor. Don’t squish meat, because you will squeeze out the taste and moisture.

4: Keep a spray bottle handy for flare-ups. Flames are not your food’s friends — they will char it unpleasantly. Keep a spray bottle filled with water handy; this will allow you to dampen flare-ups without interfering with heat.

5: Buy a meat thermometer. Unless you are a very experienced cook, it is hard to tell meat’s temperature merely by touching it. (Although if you are interested, here’s how to do it: Touch the meat. If it’s soft like the flesh between your index finger and thumb, it’s rare. If it’s soft like your cheek, it’s medium-rare, and if it’s firm like your forehead it’s well-done.) More accurate for most of us: A quick check of temp from a thermometer. Your confidence in grilling will skyrocket with this one $10 purchase.

6: Avoid putting cold foods straight on the grill. Letting meat come to temperature on the counter for 30 minutes before grilling will help it cook more evenly. (If you are looking for a rare sear, however — like if you’re grilling tuna, for example — then chilled is the way the go!)

7: Undercook foods, just slightly. Carryover cooking is a real thing — food continues to cook after it leaves the grill. You can expect food temperature to go up about five degrees after leaving the grill, so plan accordingly.

8: Rest all meat! Allow the meat to sit undisturbed (and unsliced!) for five to 15 minutes after cooking, as this will allow the juices to redistribute. The bigger the piece of meat, the longer the rest time. Resting meat is an important key to juicy results.

9: Don’t over-char to cook through meat with bones. No one wants to eat meat covered in thick, black char. If you have thicker meats with bones, such as chicken thighs or legs, cook them on high heat to get a nice crust, and then move to lower, indirect heat on the grill. This will allow the meat to cook through more slowly without overcooking the outside. Or, consider par-cooking the chicken in an oven for 15 to 20 minutes before grilling. Also great to precook: ribs!

10: Keep it simple when serving a crowd. Managing numerous cook times for different proteins and veggies can easily become stressful, and it can result in errors and overcooking. Keep the protein options down as much as possible, and offer variety in some interesting side dishes, sauces or condiments.

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