Happy National Eat a Red Apple Day!

You know what they always say – “an apple a day keeps the doctor away!” Fun fact, this phrase actually originated in Wales during the 1860s. The original documented phrase was “eat an apple on going to bed and you’ll keep the doctor from...

Summer vs. Winter Squash: What’s the Difference?

As we move into the colder months in Ohio, the seasonality of our food is beginning to shift. One popular produce item that we can see throughout the different seasons is squash, which comes in over 100 varieties! These varieties are separated into two categories,...

How to Make the Spookiest Halloween Charcuterie Board

Mummies, Monsters, and Ghosts – oh my! This spooky charcuterie board is sure to be a hit at your next Halloween bash, or for just a cool autumn night in with some friends.     Here’s How to Make it: Cream Cheese Stuffed Jalapeño Mummies  ...

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

What first began as a counter-celebration to Columbus Day in 1992, Indigenous Peoples’ Day was created to celebrate and honor Native American history and culture, in an attempt to redirect the attention from celebrating Christopher Columbus, who contributed to...

What’s in Season?: Fall Edition

The leaves in the valley are beginning to change, and so is the seasonality of produce available at the market! Typically when we think of autumn produce, we think of apples, pumpkins, and squash. Lucky for us ohioans, there’s actually a rather large abundance...

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