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16 Ways to Eat Better in 2016

16 Ways to Eat Better in 2016

Door to Door Organics wants to make it easy to keep your resolution to eat well, so we created an inspiring list of tips to kick off a healthy new year.

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Reflecting on 2015, Revving up for 2016

Look Back at 2015

Looking Back at 2015 & Forward to 2016 What a wonderful—and action-packed—2015! We were reminded yet again that Mother Nature is always in charge. She brought heavy spring rains that kept our local farmers from planting their fields and delayed the growing season by several weeks. Meanwhile, our West Coast friends were having the opposite problem, thanks to a record-breaking drought. So here in Colorado, we enjoyed delicious spinach and fresh rhubarb from local farms while waiting patiently for the rest of our local season’s bounty. But we had plenty of events to keep us busy, including the Local Food Summit, Healthy Living Expo, Earth Day, VegFest, and Lafayette Peach Festival. We fueled our high-altitude athletes with organic bananas at […]

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It’s Hand Turkey Time

Turkey Hand Coloring Contest

One Thanksgiving tradition we really love (besides all the Good Food) is drawing hand turkeys! Download the coloring page below by right-clicking on the image, hitting ‘save image as’, and saving to your computer. Then just print it out. Trace your hand on the page, then create your own gobbling masterpiece. Submit your colorful handiwork on our Facebook page for a chance to win $10 in Door to Door Organics credit. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 14, 2015. Official Rules  

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5 Ways to Simplify Thanksgiving

Turkey Feast

Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays because it’s all about cooking and sharing Good Food with people you love. That said, we’ve all experienced Thanksgivings where we sent family members on last-minute trips to the store or ended up with overcooked turkey while we were busy making an overly ambitious number of side dishes. This year, let us help you get a jump-start on the holiday with five tips to make planning easier and by delivering all you need for your feast. 1. New! We’re delivering fresh turkeys. Now you can pre-order a fresh (never frozen) turkey that we’ll deliver the first part of Thanksgiving week. We’re carrying what we think are the best fresh turkeys available, from sustainable-meat […]

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In the flat expanses of northern Colorado, about 30 miles east of the foothills, sits Strohauer Farms. Here, on 3,000 acres of land outside the small town of La Salle, third-generation farmer Harry Strohauer and his dedicated team cultivate corn and specialty onions such as shallots and cipollini. But their most famous crop is potatoes. They grow mainstay types like russet, red, Yukon Gold, and Purple Majesty, along with four fingerling varieties: Russian Banana, Rose Finn, French, and Purple Peruvian. The first generation of Strohauer Farms put down roots in the Greeley area in the early 1900s when Harry’s grandfather (who had 10 sons!) began working the land. In the 1930s, Harry’s father moved the farming operation to its current […]

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15 Ways to Eat Better in 2015

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Door to Door Organics wants to make it fun & easy to keep your resolution to eat well in 2015, so we created an inspiring list of tips to kick off a healthy new year.

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Gloriously Gluten-Free Whoopie Pies

Inglorious Monk Photo

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 […]

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