On Friday, November 11th from 11:30-2:30, Leda from Dosa Kitchen will be hosting a tasting of fresh dosas. The Brattleboro-based company Dosa Kitchen features vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free batter that you can easily use to make pancakes or waffles at home. With Leda Scheintaub, the love of his life, Nash opened the food truck Dosa Kitchen, developed the batter we sell here at the coop, and wrote the book Dosa Kitchen: Recipes for India’s Favorite Street Food. Stop by to meet Nash and taste his delicious dosas!
On Saturday, November 12th from 11:30-2:30, Aubrey from Saxy Chef will be hosting a tasting of fresh pies. The Keene-based company Saxy Chef features simple, high-quality ingredients, carefully prepared. After being let down by countless baked goods, classically trained chef Aubrey Saxton realized that to get the high-quality taste and experience that she was looking for, she had to make them herself. Come to meet Aubrey and try her delicious pie, which is an extremely popular product at the Brattleboro Food Coop!
On Saturday, November 12th from 11:30-2:30, Sam from Farmers and Cook will be hosting a tasting of fresh deli meat. The Massachusetts-based company Farmers and Cook says, “Whether it’s a simple roast or a fancy flavor, it takes real cooking and sometimes lots of real ingredients to get our meats this delicious. When we say an item is natural, that means we don’t use artificial ingredients, painted-on caramel colors, or the other usual tricks of the trade. But we sure do use herbs and spices and things like extra virgin olive oil, cider vinegar, and sometimes even fruit juice or minced vegetables.” Come to meet Sam and try four great deli meats, all of which feature super clean ingredients!
With shareholder Lisa Berkson and Lisa Nichols, Brattleboro Food Coop’s Education, Events, and Tastings Coordinator Come get in the soup loop with Lisa and Lisa! We’ll make together and taste two delicious and nourishing soups, and then you’ll probably get to take a serving home with you as well. There is nothing like preparing food together; come be a part of our Brattleboro Food Coop community! From Lisa: The Cure is the perfect antidote to an uncommonly cold day, or the common cold… this is chicken soup taken up a notch! It features long-simmered broth and lots of delicious, sometimes under-appreciated local vegetables such as celeriac and parsnips. From Lisa: I made a lot of soups during my many years […]
Free yoga for everyone! Meeting ID: 994 501 1047 Passcode: NVYstream . Thank you to our wonderful teachers namaste ~ Lunchtime Yoga is still open to the public! Join a different teacher each week on Zoom for a free yoga class, every Wednesday at noon. We’re happy to offer this service to the public until it becomes safe to resume our in-person classes in our Community Room - space in a virtual classroom is limitless! During normal times, we’re unable to do this because of limited space, and we offer it as a perk for being a Shareholder of our co-op. Learn more about becoming a Shareholder View our full website calendar for all events.
Free yoga for everyone! Today’s Link Meeting ID: 994 501 1047 Passcode: NVYstream . Thank you to our wonderful teachers namaste ~ Lunchtime Yoga is still open to the public! Join a different teacher each week on Zoom for a free yoga class, every Wednesday at noon. We’re happy to offer this service to the public until it becomes safe to resume our in-person classes in our Community Room - space in a virtual classroom is limitless! During normal times, we’re unable to do this because of limited space, and we offer it as a perk for being a Shareholder of our co-op. Learn more about becoming a Shareholder View our full website calendar for all events.
SO SORRY, but this demo has been canceled. On Thursday, November 17th from 2-4, BFC’s own Lisa will be hosting a tasting of DIY Wild Rice, Pecan, and Cranberry Stuffing. This delicious dish is super adaptable; it is wonderful cooked in a turkey, it also makes for a really lovely dish to share with your vegan guests if baked on its own, and golly the leftovers are tasty. Come try it and, if you like it, pick up a recipe and the ingredients to take home with you!
On Friday, November 18th from 11:30-2:30, Wendy from Grafton Village Cheese will be hosting a tasting of locally-made cheeses. As a part of the Windham Foundation, this company works to promote Vermont’s rural communities; you directly support that mission when you purchase Grafton Village Cheese. Stop by to meet Wendy and taste Grafton Clothbound Cave-Aged Cheddar, Cave-Aged Shepsog, and Truffle Cheddar!
Join Liz and Jon from Slipstream Farm for a cooking demo of their products. Read about Slipstream Farm here.
We are thrilled to invite your family to join us for a fun and interactive “Snack and a Story” workshop at the Brattleboro Food Coop! For this workshop, we are featuring beloved children’s author Laura Numeroff! Participants are invited to listen to “If You Give a Dog a Donut” and make "apple donuts" to enjoy together afterward! Each attending family will go home with the snack recipe of the day as well as fun ideas for more nutritious, delicious, and simple snacks to make after school, on the go, or any time they feel inspired to create in the kitchen! All recipes can be adapted to meet food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities. INSTRUCTOR BIO: Jamie Champney is an Integrative Nutrition […]
On Saturday, November 19th from 11:30-2:30, Allie from FinAllie Ferments will be hosting a tasting of her kimchi and sauerkraut. An artist by training (glass blowing), Allie’s second act as a farmer and fermenter allows her to nurture her desire to heal, feed, and nurture her community. Allie honors traditional fermentation processes but maintains her own unique flavors. Each recipe begins as an experiment. Though inspired by the rich history of ferments from around the world, she honors the ingredients available in our bioregion. Everything is fermented in oak barrels and ceramic crocks, never in plastic, ensuring complex flavors. Stop by to meet Allie and taste her delicious ferments!