Our pastry bakers are making seasonal apple and pumpkin pastries. A vegan pumpkin pie is available in addition to the vegan apple streusel pie. Check out the gallery below.
North Carolina’s higher elevations are ideal for growing apples. Here’s some information about our apple suppliers and a recipe for No-Sugar Apple Pie Applesauce!Continue Reading
Our produce buyer, Carolyn, adapted this recipe to use when NC apples are in season. It’s a delicious and healthy way to eat more apples. Ingredients: 4 pounds apples (try a mixture of different varieties!) 3/4 c. water 2 tsp. lemon juice 1 Tbsp. butter 1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/8 tsp. ground allspice 1/8 tsp….
Fair trade, organic avocados from Equal Exchange are back! If you’re thinking it seems like the season just ended, you’re right: PRAGOR, the co-op of small-scale avocado growers in Michoacán, Mexico, has expanded to include growers with avocado trees at higher altitudes, resulting in an extended growing season. And, when the Mexican avocados ended, Equal…
We peeked in to the pastry bakery last week, and Galen was assembling the apple pies. Check it out in the video.Continue Reading
Carolyn, our produce merchandiser, recommends this recipe for pumpkin brownies. She shares tips for preparing a Jarrahdale pumpkin to use in the recipe.Continue Reading
Hearty and healthy meatballs served atop greens and rice. The ingredients for this recipe cost about $10.53, and it serves a family of four (that’s only $2.63 per serving!). Drizzled with a tangy mustard sauce, it’s sure to become your new family favorite recipe.Continue Reading
Our prepared foods staff has developed some of our best creations, particularly on our food bars.Continue Reading
The Fall Wine Sale is here! From October 3 to 30, we’ll have 34 wines on sale at deeply discounted prices, up to 51% off. This season’s sale includes 18 organic wines (!!), 10 co-op produced wines, and 7 fair trade certified wines. A list of the wines on sale is available here. Come to…
By Emily Buehler, Weaver Street Market Marketing Office For decades, we’ve been lucky to have local farmers bringing us heads of lettuce in the springtime. Just as some of our long-time lettuce growers have retired, Red Hawk Farm arrived. Brett Evans grows lettuces and other greens on several acres in Hurdle Mills and sells them…