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Thanksgiving at Seward Community Co-op

Tempeh Stroganoff Ingredients We’ve taken the liberty of sharing some of our favorite turkey alternatives. No meal is complete without sides and we’d like to invite you to our Free Nourish 101 class featuring simple Thanksgiving sides. With all the planning and cooking that often accompanies any holiday, we understand that sometimes there’s not a…  Read More

Guide to Winter Squash

Not sure what to do with all the gorgeous winter squash in Produce? National Co-op Grocers has compiled descriptions of common varieties, as well as some handy tips for selecting the right squash for you and plenty of delicious squash recipes you’ll love. General selection tips Winter squash are harvested late summer through fall, then…  Read More

Produce at Its Peak: Beets and Blood Oranges

Blood Oranges and Beets There are a few fruits that I look forward to all year and when they are finally in season, I eat as much of them as I can as often as possible. Not only eaten out of hand, but added to dishes sweet and savory alike. In the winter, during citrus…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Winter Squash

Of the many reasons to love eating with the seasons, I find the anticipation of the next season’s harvest perhaps the most satisfying. The feeling of excitement for the return of certain fruits and vegetables after months away – when they are in their prime and often when we like to eat them most. This…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Winter Squash

Of the many reasons to love eating with the seasons, I find the anticipation of the next season’s harvest perhaps the most satisfying. The feeling of excitement for the return of certain fruits and vegetables after months away – when they are in their prime and often when we like to eat them most. This…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Seasons Turning

For the most part, I adore living in a seasonal landscape. Still as I cycled to work this morning pushing against a truly Arctic wind, I felt defiantly not ready for the weather to change. One of our flower farmers dropped off buckets of celosia (cockscomb) and asclepia (Oscar) earlier in the week and he…  Read More