These crisp, organic San Juan Valley apples are about to go out the doors at Community FoodBank, right at the peak of the season. It’s easy to eat locally when the offerings are so delicious.
It’s hard to resist the temptation to just rinse one off and start crunching — and you shouldn’t, but […]Continue Reading →
As news of the fires in Northern California dissipates, we all know the needs of people affected by the fires, smoke and devastation are not. Here’s a reminder from the Redwood Empire Food Bank Facebook page:
“We still need you! You are helping fuel our ongoing response to the increased need […]Continue Reading →
As an agriculturally-focused community, National Farmer’s Day is an important day in San Benito County! We loved celebrating our farmers and FFA members at the San Benito County Fair a couple weeks back, and we look forward to fostering San Benito’s rich agricultural history.
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October 10: Taking shape! New bins arrived at the FoodBank Marketplace recently. It’s almost time to throw open the doors, so stay tuned.
Eggplant is a bit … controversial in some homes. It’s slight bitterness and its astounding ability to soak up oil can make it a challenge. But this mild vegetable’s ability to absorb anything it comes in contact with makes it a winner tucked into lasagna or spaghetti squash. This simple recipe for crispy baked […]Continue Reading →
Did You Know? PG&E gives employees the option to donate a portion of their paychecks to Community FoodBank. Thank you!
Oh, the perfume! Community FoodBank received 5,768 pounds of beautiful cantaloupe this week, along with a huge supply of bananas that will be flying out the doors this week (can bananas really fly?).
This simple smoothie from allrecipes.com makes a delicious, easy breakfast, and you should feel free to toss […]Continue Reading →
September 19: Community FoodBank’s warehouse racks are coming into place and the adjustable shelving gives us flexibility. Adjusting to differently sized containers that come in, utilizing the ample vertical space we have (a tall ceiling in the warehouse!) and accessing the food containers with a forklift.
Shown above is a set of movable shelves […]Continue Reading →
This week brought a ton — literally — of poblano chiles to CommunityFoodBank. They’re perfect for chiles rellenos or poblano corn chowder. Dried, they have a rich, fruity flavor. We never run out of things to do with them, but if you’re looking for ideas, here’s one from allrecipes.com.
1/2 cup chopped […]