Game day will be here before you know it! Don’t get caught without anything to bring to the watch party. The St. Peter Food Co-op has got you covered with easy snacks, simple recipes, and delicious treats… no matter which team you’re rooting for. No Mess Is Best We’re thinking snacks, finger foods, anything that’s
The classic combo of tomato soup and grilled cheese gets a stylish makeover—perfect for entertaining. Short on time? Make the soup a day ahead, and keep refrigerated until you reheat just before serving.
With the holiday season in full swing, you’re bound to be hosting guests at home. Whether you’re planning an all-out, dressed-to-the-nines New Year’s Eve party or a cozy Christmas dinner with a handful of close friends, we’ve got five tips on taking your hosting duties to the next level.
Learn more about what it means to eat a vegan diet and what kinds of vegan options you can find at the St. Peter Food Co-op.
Starting in mid-September, shoppers will notice some big changes at the Co-op! We’re embarking on a three-part phased project that will result in a shopping experience that is faster, more convenient, more enjoyable, and offer choices that are better aligned with our customers…
Lightly steamed carrots are tossed with a Sriracha-spiced peanut sauce in this tasty side. The sweet and spicy flavors in this dish make it an excellent side for roast chicken or pork, or stir the slightly crunchy carrots into a big bowl of cooked brown rice, and sprinkle with cilantro and toasted sesame seeds or chopped peanuts for extra crunch.
Annual pre-orders for Ferndale turkeys are open now! Every year for Thanksgiving, the St. Peter Food Co-op sells local, pasture-raised turkeys from Ferndale Farms. Family owned and operated for three generations, Ferndale Farm was established in 1939. Their turkeys are raised without antibiotics; fed a natural diet from a local feed mill; and processed without