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Dig this sweet chocolate lava cake recipe from a Co-op chef.
A Co-op chef shares a sweet applesauce recipe.
A Co-op chef dishes out recipes for stock and explains why it really matters.
A Co-op chef taps the root cellar.
Something the holidays evoke are memories—the sound of sleigh bells, the sight of Christmas lights and chestnuts roasting on the open fire.
Try seasonal butternut squash and apples for a savory, classic soup.
Enjoy a fabulous recipe from a Co-op chef paying tribute to the ‘Three Sisters.’
What to do with all those delicious Upper Valley apples? Try this savory Co-op chef-made apple crisp recipe.
Celebrate apple season; throw a party or have a ‘gala’, you might become the ‘apple of someone’s eye’!
A literal powerhouse of carbohydrates, it is high in fiber and calories. It is delicious on its own, with a little butter and salt. It can be added to many recipes and just kicks them up a notch.
This time of year you are going to be running into a lot of zucchini and summer squash.
Summer is here and the weather is just right for tender and tasty local lettuce.
In my last post I mentioned that maple syrup was one of the few wild foods you can get in a store, but it is not the only one!