Tag: Farmer’s Market

Jun 16

Summer Dish Cooking Demonstration

Apr 06

11 Healthy Hobbies You Can Start Today

Practicing a lifestyle of holistic wellness includes more than eating right and working out. It also includes making time for yourself and doing things you love. Spending your down time on your favorite hobbies benefits your overall wellbeing in many ways. According to a 2015 study, engaging in leisure activities was defined as “self-selected, self-rewarding …

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Mar 20

What Does A Day’s Worth of Fruit and Veggies Really Look Like?

Oct 03

Host a Healthy Tailgate Party

Happy fall! Crisp, cool weather is back. And along with it, all of our favorite fall activities. Including football (Go Broncos)! But we know we’re not the only ones with football and pumpkin spice lattes on the brain! For a lot of people, this season means tailgate parties. There’s nothing like gathering with loved ones …

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Sep 19

10 Reasons to Eat What’s In Season

  Flavor Produce that have been allowed to fully ripen in the sun tastes amazing! Freshly picked produce has the optimal flavor – crispy, fragrant, juicy and colorful. Those summer heirloom tomatoes make all other tomatoes seem inferior. Read More >>

Sep 12

What’s In Season In September?

Aug 29

Why Eat Local and In Season?

  It can save you money. When you buy what’s in season, you buy food that’s at the peak of its supply, and costs less to farmers to harvest and get to your grocery store. To read more reasons >>

Aug 15

What Do I Do With All This Fresh Bounty?

Are you overwhelmed by the amount of zucchini that is growing in your garden? How on earth are you going to eat all of it? Freezing fruits and vegetables is a great way to save time, money and waste! If you don’t have your own garden, you may notice at certain times of the year, prices …

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Aug 08

What’s in Season in August?

  Local, seasonal food is fresher, tastier and more nutritious than food which has traveled a long distance. It also cuts down on carbon emissions caused by transporting food. Check out what’s in season now >>