Food, Glorious Food

Borski Farms CSA, Week 3: Raspberries, sweet cherries, peas, zucchini, yellow squash, and 6 oz of Beehive Cheese Co.’s Promontory Cheddar.

CSA, week 3

And I also took a walk to check out the new Rico Locals Food Co-Op, located on 5th East and 8th South (formerly Rico’s store/restaurant). There’s a Salt Lake Magazine article on it here.

Locals Food Co-Op

It’s only been open a few weeks, so they’re still stocking up. Supposedly they will be adding produce, too. Most of the items are (of course) Rico’s products, but there’s also fresh local milk and eggs, Drake Family Farms goat milk and cheese, Morgan Valley Lamb, beef jerky, sauces (Alfredo, pesto, etc.), salsas, Beehive cheese, gluten-free brownies, vegan ice cream and nutmilks, etc. Everything is locally produced, of course. I couldn’t leave empty-handed, so I took home a small Beverly Hill’s flourless chocolate cake. Mmmm.

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6 Responses to Food, Glorious Food

  1. Cookie says:

    Yum!

    What a wonderful little store.

  2. Chris says:

    Look out, or you’ll have Margene on your doorstep for flourless chocolate cake. 🙂

  3. Carrie says:

    Margene, nuthin’. I’ll be there for cake shortly! 😉

  4. Nora says:

    Fun! Can’t wait to see what you find there.

  5. margene says:

    Oh my what a wonderful thing to have in the neighborhood. I’m going to drop in there soon even though it’s out of my way. Did you say FLOURLESS cake??

  6. Miss T says:

    Oh yum. Nice CSA goodies!

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