Is there anything better than sitting around the table with family and friends, bonding and eating a wholesome, delicious meal? A tradition in some of our families is to break out a classic Christmas craft along with the desserts, Spiced Orange Pomander Balls!Read More
Peel & slice the above ingredients as thinly as possible, this is done easily on a mandolin should you have one.Read More
Preheat oven to 400
1. Cook squash: Drizzle olive oil and sprinkle salt and pepper on squash. Cook flesh side down for 20 min. Flip and roast for 10-20 more minutes until squash is tender.
Many people appreciate the fact that we stock curry leaves in our produce department. Though, just as often as we hear thanks for this, we also receive the question, "What do you do with them?" Well... we make curry of course! Inspired by this, we asked our resident vegan cashier (who happens to be an amazing cook) Sarah to share with us her recipe for Coconut Thai Curry.
We get to meet so many kind, talented, and creative people at High Falls Food Co-op. This year we’ve gotten to know a new member of our community who really knows her way around the kitchen. Julia Turshen.Read More
Our produce manager, Maggie, loves to experiment with the organic vegetables she brings home from the co-op. For this recipe, she set out to create a butternut squash dessert by adapting a pumpkin pie recipe. Well, we’ve sampled her creation and it was delicious! So we’re passing it on to you. It’s so light and airy, it’s simply a delight.Read More
This a special treat. Sybille Schubert, High Falls Food Co-op Kitchen Manager, feeds our community with delicious baked goods, breakfast options, sandwiches, prepared salads, and so much more on a daily basis. We asked her to share with us one of her favorite dishes to cook for holiday get togethers. She provided one that's easy to make, good and good for you! Parsnip Purée! A sublime alternative to mashed potatoes. And it's full of potassium and anti-oxidant rich! Thanks, Sybille. You always know just what to make.Read More
High Falls Food Co-op has a new produce manager! Her name is Maggie Dulka, and we couldn’t be happier to have her. Many of you may know Maggie as a long-standing member of our community. A few years back, Maggie (a former cook) was a vendor to HFFC, providing us with soups, baked goods, and other prepared foods. After hanging up her apron, Maggie took some time to explore other aspects of the food industry; which ultimately lead her back to the co-op with an expanded set of skills.Read More