Rich, warming meals seem particularly satisfying during the winter holiday season. It is the time of the year to warm the house and cheer the soul with baked goods and hearty casseroles. It is pleasurable to re-create traditional meals, sharing our favorite comfort foods with co-workers and friends. By January, if you feel that you… Read more »
It’s time for the annual Food Conspiracy elections, where co-op owners vote for members of the board of directors and choose local nonprofits to receive grants from the Coopertive Community Fund. Hold onto your iPads – co-op owners can vote online this year. We’ve contracted with a company called VoteNet Solutions, which will be hosting… Read more »
We’ll close at 8 p.m. on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. We’ll be closed all day on Christmas Day and New Years Day.
“City Chicks” author Patricia Foreman will lead workshops Dec. 13 at Manzo Elementary School, 855 N. Melrose Ave. • 9 to 10 a.m.: Chicken care (English) • 10 to 11 a.m.: Chicken care (Spanish) • 5:30 to 7 p.m.: Backyard chickens and gardens (English)
The co-op will close at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 10 due to the Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair. The co-op will close at 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 9 for an all-staff meeting.
Every year, the co-op holds a holiday sale the week before the Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair. This year’s sale will be on Wednesday, Dec. 7, and all shoppers will get 10% off purchases (except Basic Buys, special orders and gift cards). See you at the co-op!
Co-op elections will be held Feb. 1-March 3. If you’d like to run for the Food Conspiracy Board of Directors, please fill out an application and submit it with a bio (200 words max) and photo to email@example.com by Thursday, Dec. 15. We’ll include your bio and photo in our Jan/Feb newsletter, and on the… Read more »
You’re in cluck! It’s once again time for the Food Conspiracy’s most popular event – the annual Backyard Chicken Coop Tour. The self-guided tour is Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. It’s a great way to gather information before buying a brood. See a wide variety of creative coop styles and sizes. Talk to… Read more »
This year, the co-op will offer three types of frozen turkeys, starting on November 2. • Natural turkeys ranging between 10-22 lbs. are hormone-and-steroid-free and will cost $1.99/lb. • Organic turkeys ranging from 14-22 lbs. cost $3.59/lb. The co-op is ordering 8 organic turkeys, though smaller birds might become available closer to Thanksgiving. • Bourbon… Read more »
The co-op board consists of nine positions, of which seven will be up for grabs this spring. Board of directors members are elected to three-year terms. Will you consider joining the board? The co-op needs a few good men and women to help make decisions about our future. Candidates should possess an eagerness to learn… Read more »