Butternut Squash is perhaps best known as the backbone for a most satisfying bowl of soup. This version comes to us from allrecipes.com.Pressed for time? Notice that this one comes together in just two steps!
6 tablespoons chopped onion
4 tablespoons margarine or butter
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Bob and Carol Swanson, the same people who brought us spaghetti squash last week, donated almost 4,000 pounds of butternut squash for this week’s Community FoodBank market basket.
This dense, sweet winter squash is great roasted or steamed. Mark Paxton reports “it’s my secret standin for pumpkin in “pumpkin” pie and it gets great […]Continue Reading →
A load of 1,700 pounds of spaghetti squash just arrived at Community FoodBank, courtesy of the fine folks at the Bob Swanson Ranch in Tres Pinos. When something new or unfamiliar shows up in our marketplace bins, we hear a lot of questions about what to do with it. Here’s a delicious, quick answer, […]Continue Reading →
You did it again! The 2017 12 Days of Giving campaign wrapped up recently with a reception at Aroma Cellars in Hollister. Together, the four local nonprofits — with the generous support of the community — collected more than $128,000 in donations in less than two weeks.
With a matching fund pool provided by […]Continue Reading →
There’s more to do with potatoes than baking, frying or mashing. But when you encounter a bag of freshly dug new crop potatoes sometimes, there’s nothing better than the familiar comfort of a go-to dish. This simple recipe comes to you courtesy of geniuskitchen.com.
12 small red potatoes
Spuds! That’s what a few thousand pounds of white potatoes look like when they arrive at Community FoodBank, and they’re heading out the doors later this week. Marketplace hours are 9 a.m. – noon every Friday and Saturday.
It’s no secret why Barbara Calaorio volunteers in different roles at Community FoodBank. Her welcoming smile gives it away.
“It’s my way of giving back,” she said one recent morning while bustling around organizing things at Pat’s Place, Community FoodBank’s benefit store. “It’s therapeutic for me. I’ve done it all my life!”
Barbara pitches […]
Community FoodBank’s marketbasket this week includes beautiful and locally grown organic yellow onions from Pinnacle Organics.
With some chilly weather in store, here’s a delicious suggestion from the National Onion Association.
4 large yellow onions (about 9 to 11 ounces each), sliced
6 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
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The stalwart crew of regular volunteers were joined Wednesday by a team from Charles River Labs for a most important job: ensuring that hundreds of local school children do not go hungry over the weekends. Community FoodBank’s backpack bag program is one that makes a real difference in the lives of young people every […]Continue Reading →