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If you haven’t yet tried a fresh, locally made whoopie pie from Inglorious Monk Bakery, prepare yourself for a religious experience. Frustrated with the shortage of delicious allergen-free desserts in stores, Nancy Coppom of Longmont, Colo., started making gluten-free whoopie pies for her family, then friends. Having grown up near Pennsylvania’s Amish Country, where the whoopie pie was invented, she decided to create a gluten-free version. The results were unique and delicious. Word spread and soon a local restaurant owner called, wondering if she could supply a gluten-free dessert. Nancy dropped off samples of her chocolate whoopie pie—and didn’t make it back to her car before the owner (who’d just tasted one) ran out to place an order. Thus, in […]
For many of its participants, to know Sister Carmen Community Center is to know the way home. This well-respected Lafayette, Colo.-based family resource center provides assistance to over 2,500 families in need—a number that can soar even higher during the holidays. Established in 1978, Sister Carmen Community Center (SCCC) serves Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and East Boulder by operating a food bank, community garden, and thrift store and by offering a variety of classes to help people get back on their feet and to a place of self-sufficiency and dignity. “There isn’t anyone we serve who isn’t courageous,” says Basic Needs Program Manager Sarah Jensen. Taking a holistic, strength-based approach, SCCC provides a range of assistance including food, clothing, housing stabilization, […]
Just south of Bennett, Colo., lies Ambrosia Farm, a 35-acre prairie home to the Godsey family, lots of chickens, turkeys, and goats, and a handful of farm cats and dogs. Although the sweeping farmland is treeless, native wildlife, including antelope, deer, and rattlesnakes, is abundant. “The wind never stops blowing and the sun is hot and dry,” says owner Christine Godsey, “It’s the perfect place to raise dry land birds.” For the last several years as part of the Eastern Plains Natural Food Co-op, the Godseys have been raising heritage-breed chickens and turkeys. Heritage breeds are once-popular varieties of poultry that are well-adapted to often-localized conditions, grow slowly in their natural outdoor environment, have retained the ability to mate naturally, […]
It’s fun to carve a big pumpkin & light a candle inside so you can see your creation glowing orange in the dark! Use this to page to try out a cool design you might want to use when you carve a real jack-o-lantern. Then, take a picture of your drawing & post it to Facebook for a chance to win $10 in Door to Door Organics credit. Download this coloring page by clicking the image below. All entries must be received by 11:59PM MT on 10/20/14. To find us on Facebook, search “Door to Door Organics Colorado.” Official rules: http://bit.ly/CO_colorapumpkin2014
To celebrate the holidays, we’re giving 10 people a gift we hope will light up their homes and hearts – tickets to Zoo Lights at Denver Zoo and a Holiday Gift Box brimming with local seasonal, specialty groceries delivered to your door by us (retail value of $170). To enter for a chance to win, comment about something or someone that lights up your holidays on our Facebook Page Holiday Gift Box post by December 5, 2013 at 11:59 pm. Who knows, maybe you’ll be the lucky someone who wins our Zoo Lights Holiday Gift Box, which includes: • 4 Zoo Lights Tickets (38 acres of lights, a Festival of Lanterns, Santa’s Village and more) • 4 $5 Denver Zoo food vouchers • 1 […]