Submitted Mon, 06/18/2018 – 9:22am Eating healthier while spending less is everyone’s dream, especially for those primarily responsible for making purchases for household staples. With a little effort, you can find homemade alternatives to your expensive shop bought staples. Apart from saving a couple dollars, you will know exactly what goes into your food and […]
Handmade Holiday Gifts
Local businesses have you covered if the holiday rush leaves you with little time to craft, cook, or finish high quality, handmade gifts. At TLC, we are excited to share our Handmade Holiday Shopping List for this week, as well as share the many amazing local gift purchasing opportunities available at the CU Winter Farmers Market.
How I Learned to Slow Down and Love Local, Organic Food
Submitted by Stephanie Fenty on Wed, 07/09/2014 – 3:15pm I didn’t grow up eating organic foods. I never went to the farmers markets near me or pick vegetables from my garden. I wasn’t a part of a co-op; I didn’t even know what a CSA was for most of my life. I was what I […]
Jacob Goldstein – 14 Year Old Winning Farmer
Submitted Sun, 10/14/2018 – 6:13pm This week’s blog entry is from a guest writer. Jacob Goldstein is a high school Freshman and supplied the lamb for the winning team at our Artisan Cup & Fork Chef Competition in September. If you are interested in your article or blog entry being featured on the TLC blog, […]
Kids Kits: Candy Apple Nachos
This month’s Kids Kit is Candy Apple Nachos! We can’t think of anything better than crunchy apple slices topped with caramel sauce, chocolate chips, nuts, mini marshmallows, and crumbled cookie pieces? This recipe is so much fun to make, and delicious to eat! Enjoy!
Kids Kits: Homemade Fruit Snacks
This month we are featuring a fun (and slightly healthier) take on a kid favorite nibble – fruit snacks. We will provide all of the ingredients that you need to make your own, homemade fruit snacks using fresh and local ingredients.