Our demo team makes this recipe in March. It’s the perfect warm treat in the last cold, rainy days of winter.Continue Reading
‘Tis the season for winter squash and winter greens! Turn both of these
beautiful and delicious fall offerings into a terrific dish with just a few easy steps.
Squash and kale are dressed in a sweet and tangy combination of maple syrup,
lime, and spices in this dish that is sure to please even your most discriminating
This holiday stuffing uses Weaver Street Market’s yeasted cornbread, which we only bake during the holidays.Continue Reading
Our Produce Merchandiser, Carolyn Twesten, created this recipe to use local fall greens.Continue Reading
Chef Glenn Lozuke adapted this recipe from one he used at the Magnolia Grill in Durham, NC. Glenn made it using local shrimp like the ones we sell quick-frozen in the freezer case, and served it alongside NC Catch at the Co-op Fair on September 10. He’d had it pickling for about a week. Marinade…
The tomatillo, a.k.a. the Mexican husk tomato, looks like a small green tomato. Like tomatoes, it is a nightshade, but it’s flavor is tart. Most people associate tomatillos with salsa verde. Emily Buehler, our Website Coordinator, shares this easy way to cook tomatillos if you’d like to try them outside salsa. Now is the perfect…
This salad is a surprising combination of warm, cool, sweet, sour and spicy. Quick sautéed spicy
chorizo tossed with cucumbers that have been left resting in a sweet and sour marinate. A perfect
blend of flavors sure to please!
Make the most of our summer bounty with this terrific recipe! Roasted heirloom tomatoes make a delicious side dish for any meat, or just enjoy them by themselves. Roasted in the oven and then stuffed with a creamy, rich cheese and toasted bread crumbs. Simple and absolutely delightful!Continue Reading
Carolyn shares this perfect-for-summer recipe just as beets come into season.Continue Reading
Fresh crisp corn and seasonal fruit make an interesting and unique side dish. Try this salad alongside of grilled chicken or salmon or just enjoy it by itself!Continue Reading