Seward Co-op experienced a cooler malfunction at the Franklin store on Friday, July 2 from 8 a.m.–2:30 p.m. We have issued a voluntary recall of items sold from this cooler, please see the full list below. This recall is done out of an abundance of caution, as items may have been held at an unsafe…
Koshiki’s children ask for Hiyashichuka as soon as the weather warms up: chilled curly wheat noodle topped with cucumber, carrots, tomato, eggs, and chilled and shredded chicken (or substitute tofu) drizzled with refreshing sesame vinaigrette. Most of all, this salad-like noodle dish has well-balanced ingredients (grain, vegetable, protein, seeds, egg), a balance of flavor elements… Read More →
Nourish 101 classes feature basic scratch-cooking techniques and recipes that feed a family of four for under $10. Learn more about our Nourish program here. Join Henry in making Loco Moco, a Hawaiian comfort food made with rice and a burger smothered with rich gravy and a runny yolk. Henry Kisitu, Jajja Wellness
As with many vegetables, asparagus is chock full of flavor, minerals, and vitamins while offering up notable protein. We can help asparagus shine in delicious ways; either as a stand-alone modest side or a savory addition to grains, legumes and other veggies. Chef AmyLeo will demonstrate how to slice, dice, sear and bake this gorgeous… Read More →
Join Katie Burns in the virtual kitchen for a session that blends cooking and art. This apple galette dish is wonderfully balanced with a light, flakey crust that supports a bed of baked apples. Katie will demonstrate two finishing methods for this galette- an apricot glaze and a fall season spice glaze. Katie Burns Please… Read More →
Join us to learn sushi-making basics. In this class, we will be using ingredients from Seward Co-op to make healthy and sustainable sushi. Basic sushi includes inside-out rolls, traditional rolls, and Nigiri/Mari Sushi. Vegetarian options will be shown as well. Koshiki Smith, The Japanese Kitchen Please RSVP in advance via the Eventbrite link below. You… Read More →
Relocation allows natural light in through the store windows, while we continue to stand in solidarity with community.
Meetings of Seward Co-op’s Board of Directors are open to any co-op owner. The board typically meets 9-10 times a year on the last Tuesday of the month, at 6:15 p.m. The next board meeting is virtual and will be held Tuesday, Aug. 25. The meeting will include a 10-minute Co-op Owners Comment Period. Individual… Read More →
Although restaurants have been given the okay to reopen with limitations, the co-op has decided not to reopen the Creamery Café at this time.
Join us in a virtual celebration of farms that provide our community with delicious food throughout the growing season. We are featuring 25+ local CSA farms here on our website and on social media, showing what life has been like at the farms this past year and the adaptations farmers have had to make. We…