Memorial Weekend is coming up…think sunshine and barbeque!
Country Natural Beef Petite Sirloin –$5.49 lb. Range raised,grass-fed,and grain-finished natural beef from a cooperative of family ranches. Save $1.50 lb. Reg. $6.99 lb.
Nature’s Grilling Hardwood Briquettes and Charcoal –$4.99. Made from sustainably managed hardwood. No chemicals,filler,or coal. 6.6 lb
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I have a problem drinking my water. Not a physical problem per say,more of a “this is really boring to drink” problem. We are told to drink a certain amount of water a day,of course this too is confusing as it seems to change,but none the less I am of the agreement
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Last week Produce Manager Ben promised us stone fruit and from the number of customer inquiries we received,it seems that folks were getting pretty antsy. Good news for those of you chomp’n-the-bit for a taste of summer fruit,apricots,peaches,and cherries are here! Organic Apriums (Tasty Rich variety) and Organic Apricots (Apache Gold
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Our most recent addition to the Co-op’s beer section was discovered by a panel of tasters at a recent beer show. After sampling many brews from many places,we all agreed we had to pick up this standout East Coast stout:Blackwater Choklat Stout. Our first case sold out after just a few days,so
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Handmade with love,Maloula’s Garden Salsa and Hummus are hearty,fresh dips that are perfect for impromptu picnics and entertaining. Maloula’s Garden is a local family-run company based in Friday Harbor,WA that makes food in small batches using family recipes.
Maloula’s Garden Salsa is available in a variety of spiciness:Mild,Medium or Hot.
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A wonderful woman that I work with gave me a challenge. Knowing my love of cheese,she came to me with this “Can you make a goat cheese cheesecake?” My heart was all a flutter,how could I have not thought of this before? The soft creaminess of the cream cheese,enter twined with the
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Please pre-register for workshops –they do fill up! –with Jodie at 336-5087×136 or email@example.com
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The weather may not be cooperating today,but sunshine is coming soon…..time for barbeque!
World Centric Compostable Picnic Ware –$1.19-6.99. Have your picnic and compost it,too! 100% compostable/biodegradable plates,bowls,cups,utensils,drinking straws,and garbage bags! Made from sugar cane fiber,corn,and wheat straw. Reg. $1.45-8.65.
Rudi’s Organic Hot Dog &
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Organic Cantaloupes –99¢ lb
The local growing season is off to a rough start thanks to cold,wet weather,but we are seeing some great quality produce coming in from California and Mexico! Organic Melons from Mexico are coming down in price:Organic Cantaloupe 99¢ lb,Organic Honeydew $1.19 lb,Organic Crenshaw $1.99
Continue reading The Produce Report:For the Week of May 16-22,2011
Manny Canales grew up picking Asparagus on the farm that he now owns near Yakima,and he continues to hand pick four acres of beautiful certified organic asparagus –with his wife and three daughters and the “help” of the Canales’ Chihuahua,Lala,who keeps up with them down the rows.
Manny started his
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Today is National “Eat what you want”day!!! WOO HOO!!! I’m going all out today,I will combined my love of asparagus with the beauty of cheese. Can you say Asparagus Pesto Grilled Cheese!!! I must admit that I gleaned this wondrous masterpiece from Closet Cooking. Can you imagine the taste and splendor of this
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Another wonderful class was had,this time featuring some of Jill’s favorite things. We sampled up some Couscous Salad,and slurped up a healthy Soba soup. Jill’s love for the Asian flare translated into a simple salad that was both tasty and easy to prepare. As a special treat for dessert we sampled the hot
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Do you have questions about bees? Local beekeeper Bruce Vilders (BV’s Bees) will be on hand in the Co-op parking lot on Saturday May 21st from 9am-12noon to answer your questions about pollination,the benefits of raw honey,and “what’s going on with the bees?”
Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) has plenty of people concerned about
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As I continue my beer odyssey to Portland I felt I must pace myself. In a town of over 60 brew pubs there is no shortage of good beer. Despite my time constraints and the abundance of fabulous pubs all around me,I found myself unable to resist a visit to the Rogue Public.
Continue reading Skagit Brew Corner:Road Edition –Portland,Part 2
Nourish your body with healing herbs and essential oils from Hugo Naturals –a new line of vegan,gluten-free and cruelty-free beauty products in the Co-op’s Health and Beauty department. From paraben-free deodorants and shampoo to sumptuous body gels and lotions,these fine products are designed to protect and support your hair and skin.
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