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Most of us are familiar with the crimson-skinned, green-top spring radishes, so when a craving sets in, this is the radish we crave. But when those beautiful, red radishes are unavailable, Seward Produce has to turn to winter radish varieties instead. Winter radishes offer an even wider array of colors, textures, and flavors than their… Read More →
Requested by a student from a previous class, Oyako Donburi is chicken, eggs, and onion cooked in a sweet and savory broth, served on a bed of steamed rice. Oyako Donburi is a widely eaten casual meal in Japan that brings comfort and is easy to make and economical. Enjoy the small dish of Namasu,… Read More →
Photo by: John Yuccas Seward Co-op Creamery Café hosted its fourth Farm Table dinner on Tuesday, April 17 with Dream of Wild Health, a Native American-led, nonprofit farm and youth-leadership program. The meal, created by Chef de Cuisine Matt Kappra, featured Indigenous ingredients supplemented with locally raised, grown, or made ingredients. Photo by: John Yuccas… Read More →
About The Good Acre The Good Acre is a local, non-profit food hub that connects and strengthens farmers, food makers, and communities through good food. The Pohlad family started The Good Acre in 2014, with the intention to develop a multi-faceted initiative to improve the local food system for diverse, independent farmers and to increase…