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Simple Roasted Cherry Tomatoes with Coriander & Mexican Oregano

From Melissa’s Kitchen: The pints of cherry tomatoes arriving fresh from Dutchess Farm are like little boxes of treasure in shades of red and gold! Full of delicious flavor, these beauties are perfect for snacking. But, if you can resist…

Squash Toasts with Ricotta & Cider Vinegar

Fresh Fruit + Ricotta Galette

Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix

  Nothing says winter comfort like a big mug of hot chocolate overflowing with tiny marshmallows. Although, sometimes hot chocolate packets can be a bit disappointing. They lack the right flavor and freshness that really makes a cup of hot…

Swedish meatballs

If ever there’s a time for comfort food, it’s when winter temperatures start dipping into the negatives. The difference between Italian and Swedish meatballs is truly insignificant. Many Italian recipes use a mix of ground beef and pork and so…

Ginger Sesame Dressing

Full Sun Company, based in Middlebury, visited the Co-op earlier this month. Full Sun began in early 2014, milling a small run of locally grown sunflower & non-GMO canola seeds for Vermont farm stands, stores & kitchens. Full Sun oils come to you…

Mango Marinated Grilled Chicken Thighs

It’s time to break out the grill! Grilling season is here at last. Yes it is folks, even if it’s raining and the wind won’t stop howling. No, it’s nothing like summer BBQ season should be. Just grab yourself an…

mashed banana side

Mashed Sweet Potatoes & Banana

In celebration of Equal Exchange Banana Month we whipped up some sweet potatoes and bananas. It may not be the most typical of pairings, but it works! Really! I mean, if marshmallows can top sweet potatoes, perhaps some banana mixed…

Grapefruit Amaranth Yogurt Parfait

  Though somewhat unknown, amaranth is an ancient grain that was once popular in Aztec cuisine. It’s tiny, quick cooking and highly nutritious, not all that unlike quinoa. While amaranth fell into obscurity for a number of years, it has recently…

mutant navel oranges

Navels: The Mutant Oranges

Navel oranges are a common citrus fruit and one of the most popular oranges in the world. That wasn’t always the case, however. In fact, navel oranges should have never existed. They don’t have seeds and they can’t self-propagate. Yet…

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