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In the kitchen at Tom Knows Salsa

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Recipe: Pumpkin or Squash Muffins PDF Print E-mail

by Janice Malin

Makes 12
1 1/2 cups white whole wheat flour
1/2 cup turbinado sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2-1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1/8 tsp ground cloves
1 egg, beaten
4 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted and cooled slightly
1/2 cup milk
3/4-1 cup mashed pumpkin or squash

Squash PDF Print E-mail

by Chris Ellis, Staff Nutritionist
January 2011

One of the vegetables I relish in this season is winter squash. It provides such a wealth of nutrients and a big bonus is that it can be bought locally at least in the early winter months.

BFC Cookbook Project PDF Print E-mail

BFC cookbook coverJanuary 2012

The Brattleboro Food Co-op Cookbook Project is a small group of individuals collaborating to create a new and updated Co-op Coopbook. We are using the previous (out-of-print) cookbook as our base since it contains many amazingly delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes.

Last May we started with the 320+ recipes from the original book. After our pre-selection committee had finished their work, we distilled it to 280 recipes to test and screen for inclusion. To date we’ve tested more than 100 of those recipes, and 78 have made it onto our “Keep This Recipe” list. Along the way we’ve collected input and information from our recipe testers and tasters (you), and we now have copious amounts of information to incorporate in the next edition. We will be continuing to test recipes through the efforts of our Demo Department and their Recipe Tester Cooking Team.

Brattleboro Food Co-op Focus on the Deli Department PDF Print E-mail

 by Andee Bingham
January 2012

The Co-op’s Deli Department is settling back into relatively calmer days after a bustling holiday season. Perhaps your own holiday meals were enhanced by an entrée, side, or pie made in-store from fresh seasonal ingredients.

Echinacea: An Old Friend Revisited PDF Print E-mail

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by Susan Stanton
January 2012

I first became acquainted with echincea in my early twenties.  Working daily with young children– lots of runny noses– I was always getting sick or feeling anxious about getting sick.  During an ordinary walk to work one day I had an extraordinary experience– being visited by what I will call a Plant Spirit– an Echinacea Plant Spirit. Looming about a foot in front of me the presence seemed to say, “I am here and you don’t need to worry.” After a moment of relief, confident that my sore throat would not blossom into a bout of cold or flu, I forgot about the experience for about 23 years.

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