It’s Black History Month, and in celebration of this important time, we wanted to highlight some of the Black-owned companies you can find right now on the shelves of your Co-op. On your next trip to the store, look for these brands and maybe try a new-to-you product while supporting some phenomenal Black producers in … Read More.
Article provided by Alive Publishing Group. You can find more great articles anytime on alive Connect, or grab a copy of the latest printed issue of alive Magazine next time you’re in Good Foods Co-op. It’s free! The Danish word hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”) lacks an English equivalent, but can be roughly translated as “coziness.” Conjuring images of snuggling around a … Read More.
Hello, my name is Kathryn, I’m a dietitian and my favorite food is cheese. Cheese can often get a bad rap because of its high-fat content, but the truth is we need fat in our diets and cheese can be a great source of calcium, protein, vitamins A and B12, as well as zinc, phosphorus … Read More.
Find out what’s new at Good Foods with our New Product Shopping Guide! Get the scoop on a few of the latest items you’ll find on our shelves and read about some of the holiday goods we’ll have in store for you this season.
There’s always something new to try at the Co-op, and unless you have an unlimited budget and appetite (which I’m guessing very few of us do), the hardest part of trying something new may be knowing which new product to add to your cart. I’ve tested out some of these new additions to our product … Read More.
Over the course of this balmy Kentucky summer, I have consumed a lot of cold brew. I love a hot coffee (with cinnamon creamer) in the cooler months, but when it’s hot outside, the cold stuff (with milk) is all I crave. Like the name suggests, cold brewing coffee is a method by which coarsely … Read More.
Do you Dutch baby? Are you scratching your head as to what I’m even talking about? For those unfamiliar, a Dutch baby is like an eggy, souffle pancake. Made from a very smooth and light batter, it inflates in the oven and creates a fluffy, “billowy” end result. It is said to have German origins, … Read More.
Several weeks back, I wrote about how I wanted to make 2020 the year I became a better cook. Since then the world has certainly changed and who knew it would be the year so many of us would be cooking more from home and challenging ourselves in new ways in the kitchen. As I … Read More.
As I sit down to write this, while working from home today, it’s hard to think of anything beyond the current circumstances. Collective stress and anxiety levels are high. People are out of work (and worried), going to work (and worried), working from home, self-isolating, social distancing, homeschooling and wondering when this will end. It’s … Read More.
After reading Samin Nosrat’s Salt Fat Acid Heat last year and shortly thereafter becoming fully obsessed with a certain Youtube cooking channel, I was inspired to make 2020 the year of becoming a better cook. As a hobby, I really enjoy the act of making a really delicious meal from scratch—especially when I get to … Read More.