We all know that food can nourish us in more ways than one. In fact, we have a special name for foods that feed our emotional well-being — comfort foods. Sometimes these foods comfort us by triggering positive memories of childhood favorites (think macaroni and cheese or mashed potatoes), and other times they soothe via
What’s Fresh? Carrots! Hermit Creek Farm carrots are here. These sweet fall treats pack a powerful nutritional punch, with lots of beta carotene (which our bodies metabolize into vitamin A), vitamin K, and vitamin B6. – Roasted Carrot Fries – Spicy Pepper or Sweet and Sassy Carrot Salad – Kohlrabi and Carrot Bake – Mashed
Local Brussels sprouts arrive this week. Here are our favorite recipes to help you eat These little green balls of goodness contain vitamin C and vitamin K, along with small amounts of B vitamins and phytochemicals. – Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Sweet Chili Sauce – Spicy Asian Chicken with Brussels Sprouts – Shredded Kale and Brussels
GMOs and Your Right to Know What’s in Your Food This October, Chequamegon Food Co-op joins more than 2,000 grocery retailers across North America that are participating in the sixth annual Non-GMO Month. Created by the Non-GMO Project, this month-long celebration puts a spotlight on a person’s right to choose food and products without genetically
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What’s Fresh? Potatoes! Baked, boiled, or fried, potatoes are tasty no matter which way you eat ’em. This week’s recipes give you a little something different to try with your taters. – Potato and Rosemary Pizza – Potato Salad with Sweet Corn and Bacon – Potato Bread Chaat – Potato Perogies – Breakfast Burritos with
What’s Fresh? Squash! Lovely local winter squash is now filling up our bins in produce! Squash provide loads of vitamin C and lots of fiber. – Oven-Roasted Squash with Garlic and Parsley – Black Bean and Butternut Squash Burritos – Roasted Winter Squash Salad – Spicy Spaghetti Squash with Black Beans – Winter Squash Risotto