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All locally grown in Lancaster County, PA: Arugula, Young (Loose) Broccoli Collard Greens Garlic Scapes Kale, Lacinato Advertisements
Occupy Wall Street asked us last week to prepare two lunch meals to be served over the weekend for a conference with the Medical Working Group. There were 35 participants both Saturday and Sunday, so we made a variation on … Continue reading
We have wonderful produce in the cooler right now; tomorrow we are closed for the holiday. There will be no Lancaster local produce on Friday, but Saturday we’ll be stocked from Four Seasons, and again Monday from Four Seasons. Enjoy … Continue reading
A small team of co-op members and others came together Friday morning to whip up a vegan sustainable meal for Occupy Wall Street. Lisa F. coordinated the kitchen space with St. Mark’s Church, and Vanessa scored gorgeous purple kale and … Continue reading
To take advantage of the abundance of local and regional produce coming our way now, the Produce Working Group is spacing out certain deliveries throughout the week. The biggest change is that Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative from Pennsylvania will come … Continue reading
Our regional sources of produce have been pretty slim lately, which is logical considering it’s winter in the Northeast. However, this week we have quite a lot to work with if your goal is to eat more locally, like these … Continue reading
We normally get Lancaster deliveries on Wednesdays, but this will come on Thursday January 13th. We may need extra help from working members to receive this delivery, please consider coming in the morning to help. All local from Lancaster County, … Continue reading
This week we will not receive our Wednesday produce delivery from Lancaster Farm Fresh Collective. They bring us produce from Pennsylvania, but this time of year the selection is quite slim, so produce manager Lydia decided to skip this week. … Continue reading
Presumably the hens are resettled, as we now have pastured eggs at the co-op once again from Lancaster.
Lancaster sent us some crazy huge pumpkins. Make some friends and split one of these–or make a huge batch of squash soup and share or freeze. Customer Kirk poses with one.