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Jam Jar Salad Dressings

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Presented by Mississippi Market Chef Partner Kristin Hamaker of Goosefoot Kitchen Making your own salad dressings is simple and easy using staples you may already have on hand. Shake all ingredients well in a jam jar, taste for seasoning, and you’re ready to go! Maple & Mustard Dressing…

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Countdown to Game Day Combos

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7 days, 7 ways to feed the fans Party planning for the big game? Tackle your guests’ game day appetites with an array of tasty co-op combos! Each day, beginning Sunday, January 28th and continuing through Saturday, February 3rd, you’ll find daily deals and game day food pairings being sampled…

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Stand Up for Organic

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The certified organic seal is under attack. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced their intention to withdraw the animal welfare standards, known formally as the Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices (OLPP) final rule, from the certified organic standards. The OLPP final rule’s intent was…

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Chocolate Fair on February 10th

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Saturday, February 10 | 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. | All store locations Artisan Chocolates & Fondue | Local & Fair-trade Gifts | Live Music | Kids’ Crafts | Raffle Prizes | And More! Celebrate Valentine’s Day at your co-op! Join your co-op community on Saturday, February 10th during Mississippi Market’s annual…

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Healthy & Resourceful New Year’s Eating

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By Mississippi Market Chef Partner Kristin Hamaker of Goosefoot Kitchen I dig the spirit of reflection and revision this time of year when we’re considering New Year’s resolutions. From where I sit, in the Goosefoot Kitchen, my hope is that we can cultivate more delight in cooking, eating,…

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January Positive Change: Youth Farm

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January’s Positive Change recipient is Youth Farm, an organization that provides year-round urban farming programs for youth ages 9 to 24. Since 1995, they’ve cultivated youth leadership by planting, growing, preparing, and selling food throughout the Twin Cities. Youth Farm currently engages well over 200 youth in St. Paul…

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Hoppin’ John for Good Luck in the New Year

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New Year’s Day is celebrated by many families with Hoppin’ John, a traditional southern stew made with black eyed peas. Some people add a penny or other small trinket to the beans when serving them. Whoever finds it is promised especially good luck in the New Year. Many recipes can…

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Local Profile: Taking Stock Foods

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As the New Year begins and resolutions are made, take stock of your personal health with delicious, locally-sourced broths. Co-founded in January 2015 by Mississippi Market member-owner Molly Clark and her good friend Maddy Kaudy, Taking Stock Foods produces three kinds of nourishing bone broths made…

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Express your Values this Gift-giving Season

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Gifts Under $20 Searching for the perfect gift for that special someone? You’re sure to find one at the co-op that’s beautiful and reflective of your personal values. This holiday season, give the gift of honesty — fairly-produced food and goods made with reverence for the people and places where they’re crafted.

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Holiday Starters: Crudités

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By Mississippi Market Chef Partner Kristin Hamaker of Goosefoot Kitchen I always appreciate when there’s a fancy word—crudités—for something familiar and simple. In this case, crudités means a platter of raw vegetables served with a dip or vinaigrette. In the Goosefoot Kitchen we’re always trying to keep things simple,…

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