Wow! I didn’t think Memorial Day Weekend would ever get here with all the snow that we had this spring. It’s the official week to summer kickoff and that means, fishing, camping, graduation parties and family reunions. I usually entertain that weekend and I am always looking for easy quick ideas because I want to be outside in the fresh air by the lake and enjoying my company. So, I have a recipe that I want to share with you that you can make ahead of time and it’s so quick and easy you to will be able to enjoy your company outdoors instead of working in the kitchen!
Optional: Sprinkle shredded Parmesan cheese on top. Serves 6
Now to top that great salad off make sure to pick up Simply Lemonade out of our Dairy Department. Exciting news they now have Peach Lemonade and it is awesome and so refreshing. I promise you will want to serve this all summer long!
Have a great and safe holiday weekend!!
Coborn’s, Inc. Merchandising Specialist Team Manager – Bakery & Deli
It’s officially here and the kids have returned to school. Now is time for a little “mom” time during the day until they return. A lot of time, this is where when I had kids at home I got more work done than ever, but the time would fly. Continue reading →
One of my favorite parts about fall is the change of the produce that’s in season. In my house growing up, we always could count on squash being served at the table, especially this time of year. When you come in and shop at your local Coborn’s, you’ll have a variety of squash available. How do you know which one to choose? What do you do with it? Many of you, like myself, have recipes passed down from generations on the classic brown sugar squash that you have at Thanksgiving or maybe you’re one who only thinks of baby food when they hear squash. (oh come on, I know many of you are thinking it!) If you haven’t tried squash before, or haven’t had it for a while, I challenge you to try my favorite squash recipe- see below. It’s been a hit with both adults and children in my house, plus it’s delicious- the whole family will love it! Continue reading →
First a little tutorial about flax seeds… Flax is a super seed grown mostly in Canada, North Dakota and South Dakota. Minnesota and Wisconsin also produce flax.
Canada is the leading producer of brown flax seed and the Dakota’s tend to produce more of the golden flax. There is little difference in the two colors but many prefer the gold because it is easier to sneak into recipes, the brown is more visible in those muffins! Continue reading →
We are getting real close to canning season and preserving those wonderful peaches, jams and sauces and I wanted to introduce you to a wonderful peach that just hit our Coborn’s stores. They are so awesome, fresh and juicy. Don’t pass up an opportunity to try these because they are great!!! Their season starts from the beginning of June towards the end of September and they are awesome when using them for pies, jams, jellies, baking and grilling. Here are a couple recipes that I tried and I want to pass on to you because they were so great! Continue reading →
Happy summer everyone!!!
I love this part of summer because my garden Is really taking off and I’m already getting some nice red tomatoes and some fresh zucchini. Now it’s time to find a recipe to use these in. Continue reading →