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Bring home our highly requested, housemade dressing for salads and fresh-cut produce. Use as a marinade or to season vegetables before roasting in the oven. Seward-made salad dressing is cooperatively handcrafted in small batches with ingredients that meet our product commitment. We prioritize small-scale, local vendors when sourcing ingredients. Find all four flavors now in… Read More →
Seward Co-op’s production kitchen is cranking out salads, entrees, dips, sausages and desserts for spring. Here are some highlights of what you’ll find: •Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting•Flourless Chocolate Cake Slice (Made Without Gluten)•Thai Peanut Tofu Wrap (Vegan)•Carne Molida Burrito Sausage Jerk Chicken Sausage—Get ready for some real spice. Our sausage makers bring in… Read More →
Harvest season is upon us, and with it comes a time to gather together to connect with loved ones and community members. Harvest Celebrations, in particular, are a great way to celebrate the diversity within our community and learn about cultures and different rituals. Whether we take this time to pay tribute to ancestors or…
We prepare to gather with loved ones around a table as we enter another holiday season. There are so many different ways to celebrate the harvest, and rest assured Seward Co-op has you covered when it comes to high-quality goods and flavorful food. Maybe you’re looking for something new to bring to Friendsgiving. Or, you…
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 →
Game day is about casual entertaining and good company. Focus on snacks, finger foods and foods that are easy to eat and clean up. Break out your main dishes at halftime! Prepare as much food as you can a day ahead so you can mingle with your guests. Bring on the bold flavors: smoky, spicy… Read More →
This recipe makes four jar salads—perfect for packing with lunches—or two large salads. The kale is sturdy enough to keep, so this recipe is great for Sunday night meal prep. Ingredients: • 1 medium sweet potato, diced• 2 Tbsp. olive or coconut oil• 1 bunch green kale, shredded• ¼ cup Salad Girl Crisp Apple Maple… Read More →
Edna Lewis played a great part in the farm-to-table movement.