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Soda Bread

I love autumn, all of the leaves turning a vibrant red, orange and yellow, the wind calms and the frosty mornings start to set in. The cold weather makes you want to stay inside, turn on the oven and bake something comforting. 559 more words

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At The Chapel

I’d been to At The Chapel before; breaking the long journey from Cornwall to London at this restored medieval chapel. That time we stopped for a pizza – local mozzarella and chorizo – which arrived at the table hot from the wood fired oven. 403 more words

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Potato Dauphinois

Guillaume’s decadent potato dauphinois is a creamy and luxurious cheesy delight. A special occasion dish to make for the one’s you love as the weather cools down and the nights close in. 346 more words

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Quince Paste

This year is the first real harvest of quince I have had the pleasure of enjoying from the Kitchen Garden, along with more (and more) quince generously donated to this quince paste cause from the in-laws only five minutes away and we have a deliciously local product. 693 more words

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Central Rivers Farmshed

“We have already planted leeks, onions, and lots of herbs and everything is coming up beautifully.”- Jen Zoch, Growing Collective Member

Andrea Spears, a Central Rivers Farmshed member, explained that the mission of the Farmshed is to “connect people to their farmers”. 

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Stevens Point Area Co-op Podcast

This podcast discusses the importance of the Stevens Point Area Co-op and how their efforts is positively impacting the community.  The Co-op is cooperatively owned grocery story that is in the heart of downtown Stevens Point and promotes sustainability through the means of community and relationship. Enjoy!

CPS Cafe

In most commercial restaurants one can find numerous boxed mixes and premade sauces in their pantries, but that is not the philosophy that the CPS Café 543 more words