Question: What are some simple recipes for changing up my Holiday Side Dishes?
Executive Chef Blake Schar of Cooper’s Corner in Fish Creek, and host of the “Blake’s Bites” cooking videos (check the link below!), shared a few twists on classic Holiday Side Dishes to liven up your table this year:
Do you value your nutritional health and well being and prioritize eating local grown food?
Learn tips and tricks that will make this priority a reality for you and your family at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA on Wednesday, April 3 at 9:50am. As part of the Door County YMCA Wisdom Wednesday program, Meg Goettelman (Steep Creek Farm), Jonathon Orrick (Narrow Gate Farm), and Cassie Hitzman (Authentic Feather Farm) will give a FREE hour-long presentation: “Eat Organically, Buy Locally” at the Y (1900 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay) from 9:50-10:50.
- Local foods: The Why and How
- Local Foods supports health in our bodies, families and communities
- Where are local foods available in our community and how and why to use them.
This opportunity is open to everyone in the community FREE of charge. Walk-is welcome, or preregister by calling the Y at 920-743-4949. Light snacks and coffee will be served. For more information, please contact Madelyn DePrey at the Strugeon Bay Y: firstname.lastname@example.org
Need to get your fix of organically grown products and healthy food over Easter? Have no fear! Greens N Grains Deli will be open 10am-4pm on Easter Sunday.
They will have two homemade soups freshly made up, their famous roma panninis, organic fair trade coffee, fresh pressed veggie juices, real fruit smoothies and much more. Stop in for your healthy food and skip the salty ham and scalloped potatoes that you know you will regret come Monday morning.