Wednesday, December 9 • 2-6 p.m. Chequamegon Food Co-op • 700 Main Street West • Ashland, WI Wellness Wednesday All owners get 10% off health, beauty, supplement, and book products. Shop Local Vendors including Angel Acres, Buzz & Suds, Lea’s Organic Skin Care, Madeline Island Calendars, NatureMaid Treasures, North Wind Farm, Northern Nectar, Racey’s
What’s Fresh? Asparagus! Asparagus is fresh in the produce cooler this week, plus it’s on sale. Add one of these delicious asparagus dishes to your next meal. – Asparagus with Balsamic Tomatoes – Chicken and Asparagus Stir-fry – Mini Peppers Filled with Goat Cheese and Asparagus – Savory Orange-Roasted Tofu with Asparagus – Creamy Asparagus
It’s Customer Appreciation Day in downtown Ashland this Saturday, December 5, 2015. We’ll be roasting chestnuts out on the sidewalk from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., plus you’ll find specials, samples, and more in the store!
What’s Fresh? Chestnuts! While roasted chestnuts on their own are lovely, they can also add low-fat nutty flavor to all sorts of dishes. Here’s a sampling of recipes featuring chestnuts for you to try. – Farro Minestrone with Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash, and Chestnuts – Chestnut, Onion, and Currant Stuffing – Roasted Maple Brussels Sprouts with
Shop small this holiday season. We’re celebrating Small Business Saturday with a Buy Local Day. All day on Saturday, November 28, 2015, you’ll receive 10% off local products. (Some exclusions apply. See store for details.)
What’s Fresh? Potatoes! Mashed potatoes are a Thanksgiving staple, but sometimes it’s fun to change it up. Here are some recipes to help you do just that. Local potatoes are here for whichever way you want to eat them. We have russet, new red, and white potatoes from Hermit Creek Farm. – Sour Cream Mashed
Roasting the turkey on Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be a hassle. Check out these tips and tricks to help you have your best bird yet. Roasting Tips • Remove the giblets from turkey cavities after thawing. Cook separately. • Set oven temperature no lower than 325° F. • Place turkey or turkey breast on
What’s Fresh? Sauté Bouquets! What’s a Sauté Bouquet, you ask? Hermit Creek Farm’s Sauté Bouquets are a mix of different Asian greens harvested at the teenage stage. With flavors ranging from mildly pungent to sweet, these Asian greens traditionally have been used in stir fries and soups, but can be grilled or used in salads as