Interested in learning more about how your choices affect not only your health, but also the environment?Explore these resources to learn more about food production, food choices, and the connections between food, health, and the planet. Websites Carbon Underground Center for Food Safety Civil Eats Eat Wild Fair Trade Federation Fair Trade USA Food Policy
Gardening has so many benefits, but getting started can be a little overwhelming. Considering that a 600-square-foot garden that costs $70 to plant will yield an annual average of $600 worth of fruits and vegetables, it can definitely be worth the effort. But what if you’ve never gardened before? Read on for resources to help
Show your love this Valentine’s Day by cooking up a romantic meal for your sweetie. Single? Go the self-love route and make a fabulous feast all for yourself. Here are 20 romantic recipes for the perfect Valentine’s Day dinner! 1. Lemon Ricotta Pasta This simple, spectacular lemony pasta takes just 20 minutes to prepare.
They say the way to a person’s heart is through food, and we certainly won’t argue that showing your love with a home-cooked meal is special. Food also happens to be a great way to insure a healthy heart too. By choosing heart smart foods, you can help lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, including decreasing
Share a meal with friends, family, and neighbors…at the Co-op! On the last Wednesday of every month from 5-7 p.m., you can enjoy a made-from-scratch meal from our Deli for only $5. Dinner will include an entrée with possibly a side dish (depending on the main dish). Add your own drink and dessert and dig in!
Got errands to run and want to skip grocery shopping? Spend a few minutes picking you products and we’ll take care of the rest! Online ordering is now available at Chequamegon Food Co-op. Orders will be available for pickup Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. Simply head over to shop.chequamegonfoodcoop.com to get started. SPECIAL OFFER:
If your menu seems to always have the same rotating list of meal options, maybe it’s time to expand your palate. But how? Here are some more unusual foods that maybe haven’t made it to your grocery list yet and some suggestions on how to prepare them. Quinoa – Quinoa is a seed although it is
We’re already a week into the new year…Are you sticking to your resolution to eat better? If you’re still looking for inspiring healthy food to add to your menu, look no further. Here are ten recipes to help you have a healthy new year. Lentil Salad with Radish – Lentils take center stage in Christy Morgan’s
“It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” — Confucius Need a spark to jump-start a healthier you in 2019? A healthy new year can be yours with just a few simple changes. Here are eight easy ways to begin your journey toward better eating and improved wellness. Plan your meals
With temperatures set to take a dive, it’s the perfect time for a hearty bowl of soup. If your recipes tend to be tried and true, here are a few more unusual soups to warm you up this winter (including some favorites from the Co-op Deli). Hungarian Mushroom Soup – This earthy mushroom soup combines the
Looking for local, unique, and flavorful gifts that will delight, inspire, and nourish body and soul? Create a special gift basket for friends, family, and co-workers by choosing a selection of items that they will enjoy. Customization is key The key to creating a thoughtful gift that will truly be appreciated is understanding your recipient.
Whether you’re hosting a big holiday celebration or simply having an evening in with a few friends or family, putting together a pre-dinner spread is a snap with these 10 tasty appetizers. Try these entertaining ideas for your next get-together! The Perfect Cheese Plate – If there’s one plate of food that says “party,” it’s the