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Celebrate Women’s History Month with our Speaker & Demo Series by women who own local businesses! March is Women’s History Month, and we’re thrilled to bring you a special Speaker […]
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Congratulations to Boucher Family Farm Boucher Blue, our 2024 Cheese Madness winner! Click here to view the entire bracket with our winners! The winner of the winning pound of cheese […]
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Gazpacho

July 31, 2017
Gazpacho
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Goat Cheese Berry Dessert
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July 19, 2017 Press Release Sabine Rhyne, General Manager, Brattleboro Food Co-op bfc@sover.net 802-246-2801 Jeff Jones, UFCW, Local 1459 jjones@ufcw1459.com 413-387-9194 The management of the Brattleboro Food Co-op and UFCW […]
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Za’atar Meatballs
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Ingredients 1 baked 9-inch graham cracker crust, made with butter or the low-fat way with yogurt 2-3 cups yogurt cheese (instructions below) (You can substitute non-dairy yogurt if needed) Berry […]
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Berry season is now upon us as the first-of-the-season local berries are coming in: the luscious, mouth-watering strawberry has come and gone, and soon to follow will be blueberries, raspberries, […]
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I’m a big picture person. I like to see the whole picture before diving into the parts. And often, the nitty-gritty detail is well, too nitty-gritty. But here I am […]
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We all have our own ways to officially welcome summer. There are the Memorial-Day-weekend folks, the last-day-of-school folks, and the day-the-pool-opens folks. And let’s not forget the Strolling of the […]
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Ice cream is an age-old treat that dates back to the second century, when snow was flavored with sweeteners such as honey. In the United States this delicious treat first […]
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