It’s just delicious. It’s also really easy to make, and adapts well to use most any sturdy vegetables, which is good because rarely a month goes by when I don’t make it at least once.
Check out these new items and the monthly staff pick. There’s always something new and exciting to discover at the Co-op.
Local fishery Lummi Island Wild’s solar-powered reefnet operation is a national and international leader in sustainable seafood.
There’s a new local product in our freezer cases that we want to introduce. It’s local, organic, non-GMO, sustainably produced, and created with care in small batches for your good health.
Take a virtual tour through the breathtaking waters of Southeast Alaska and learn more about the fisher-artists from Nerka at their art show on display through February in the Downtown store mezzanine.
Give this simple yet elegant recipe a try tonight. Cook like a pro with easy-to-follow tips from our talented deli chef and add pan roasting to your culinary tool kit.
Take a peek at a few of the new items that we introduced at the Co-op in January!
We are excited to introduce several new items for sustainable seafood lovers from Lummi Island Wild Co-op!
The farm used a secured Farm Fund loan to purchase organic, Non-GMO Project Verified feed upfront from Scratch & Peck. This enables the farm to better control the price and quality of their free-range poultry, while keeping their money circulating in our local economy.
Local, grass-fed, and cooperatively owned—we’re so happy it’s here! North Cascade Meats: A Farmer’s Cooperative is a new farmer-owned-and-managed cooperative servicing farmers in Island, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties.