Archive | November, 2015

Holiday Hours

Thursday, December 24th we will close at 6pm for Christmas Eve. December 25th we will be CLOSED for Christmas Day Saturday, December 26th open regular hours, 7am – 9pm for Boxing Day Thursday, December 31st we are open regular hours 7am – 9pm for New Years Eve. Friday, January 1st we will open late at […]

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Jamie’s Got the Beet!

Congratulations to Jamie Young who works in the Co-op’s Deli.  She is our eighth employee to receive the Monadnock Food Co-op’s “Beet Award.” CONGRATS JAMIE! Jamie is hard working, reliable and fun. She is motivated to do the best job that she can, everyday, and takes pride in her work. The work she contributes to […]

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Delightfully Healthy: Acorn Squash Cranberry Boats

For the Delightfully Healthy Food Demo this week, we have designed acorn squash to be our edible serving dish for our featured ingredients: navel oranges and cranberries. The navel orange season starts in November and continues to May or June and these medium sized oranges are sweet and juicy. With Thanksgiving in mind, we made […]

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Shift Your Shopping: Have Fun, Reconnect With Neighbors and Shop With Your Values In Mind

Originally posted in the Monadnock Shopper News With the holiday season fast approaching, life is about to get busier and busier for you and your family — maybe even frantic. Monadnock Buy Local extends, to you, an antidote to the mainstream consumer frenzy that descends upon us all each November. We offer you opportunities to have […]

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For the Love of My Slow Cooker

I know I am not the only one who comes home from work at the end of the day and dreads the question “what’s for dinner?” I mean, seriously, I’ve just used a good portion of my brain power at work and now you want me to figure out a meal too? Over the years, I’ve tried various methods for coping with the dinner question – weekly menus, batch prepping, tantrums – to name a few.
Given this, I’ve been learning to love my slow cooker more.

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Cave to Co-op: Dorset Cheese

Dorset raw cow milk, washed rind Consider Bardwell Farm, Pawlet, Vermont Spanning the rolling hills of Vermont’s Champlain Valley and easternmost Washington County, NY, 300-acre Consider Bardwell Farm was the first cheese-making co-op in Vermont, founded in 1864 by Consider Stebbins Bardwell himself. A century later, Angela Miller and Russell Glover are revitalizing the tradition […]

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