Kale Salad New in the Grab-n-Go Case


Yummy and zesty kale salad, ready to go!

Looking for a quick snack or side salad with a burst of flavor? Go for the Co-op Deli’s Italian-style Kale Salad made by hand in our kitchen. It’s light and tasty and is loaded with healthy vegetables and low fat cheese. This zesty vegetarian medley includes raw green Tuscan kale, roasted button mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes and cow’s milk feta cheese with a light dressing of garlic, Dijon mustard, balsamic vinegar and special seasonings.

There’s always something delicious cooking up in the Co-op Deli. Enjoy our Kale Salad as an accompaniment to many deli-made main dishes, including wraps and burritos. Serve it with a whole roasted free-range and hormone free chicken from Draper Valley, roasted fresh every day. Look for new Kale Salad in our Deli To-Go case’s Grab-n-Go section, alongside our classic Garlic Lover’s Pasta and Chicken Curry Salad.

Downtown Mount Vernon General Meeting: March 12

SPRING2013-PRINT-01 Join us for downtown Mount Vernon’s MVDA General Meeting

12 March 6:15pm EDASC Building 204 West Montgomery Street

Come learn about the city’s plans for the Phase II construction and parking,

which will start immediately after the Tulip Festival Street Fair,

and the Storefront Art  Project!

Stuff It Cooking Class Recap

Our Stuff It Cooking Class at Blanchard Community Club was – awesome and delicious.

Stuffing Things - Cooking Class Recap

We set the tables up in a U so everybody could see, and so everybody could participate. On the menu:  Sausage Stuffed Peppers, Cheesy Mustard Stuffed Chicken, Bruschetta Stuffed Mushrooms and Caramel Sea Salt Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Whoa Nelly.

Recipes and photos follow…

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In the Kitchen with Jill…

Ok lets get down to it…First I would like to say that I am one of the few people in the world that is not in love with the potato. My family and many others find this to be blasphemy, but before the scolding continues I will say that both my husband and daughter do regularly partake in the spud.  Just because I do not care for them does not mean I make the others in my life abstain.  The usual fare is in the form of hash browns or home fries.  There has always been a distinction to me that these were different creature comforts, hash browns being shredded potatoes, fried and crispy.  Home fries are usually co-mingled with peppers, onion and other savory items.  I make them both, the main Read more In the Kitchen with Jill… …

Fresh out of the Garden: Start Date

gardsaladmixGarden Nancy can’t hide her glee – the Organic Starts from Sunseed Farm will be here Tuesday February 26!  We’ll start with the usual array of cool weather crops: Peas,  lettuces,  onions,  kales and much more. This nice weather moved the arrival date up a bit,  Hurrah!

Take a look at Sunseed Farm website’s learning center page. It has an excellent graph showing what to plant when in our region. Note,  as Nick says,  sowing means seeds and planting means plant starts. Let the fun begin! Read more Fresh out of the Garden: Start Date …