If you want to bring something to Thanksgiving that everyone is bound to love, then get cooking with this supersimple mushroom, spinach, and goat cheese queso! This melted and creamy dip can be served with crostini, crudités, or even crackers and chips for a little extra crunch. Show More Summary
It's Fall, so naturally we're always looking for unusual ways to incorporate pumpkin into recipes. A goat cheesy dip is the newest on the lineup. And while sourdough baguette slices or crostini may be an obvious pairing, the gourd dip...Show More Summary
We’d talked about moving to the country, each of us giving up our single homes. And it was on a summer night in my Marietta apartment eight years ago that we agreed to look for a farm, during a meal of halibut, figs with goat cheese, and a fresh arugula salad.
Take pumpkin pie to the next level with creamy goat cheese and an almond-rosemary pie crust.
Veronica Baetje builds a reputation for some of the best French-style goat cheese in America.
This is the recipe I was working on when Sarah Lonsdale came to visit to do this interview. You can see my little recipe notepad in some of the photos in that piece. Although, come to think of it, to call this an actual recipe might be a stretch. Show More Summary
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A bowl with plum, goat cheese, and farro; malloreddus pasta with sage-roasted delicata squash. Back when Maple launched in April, the service promised a new kind of delivery experience, where all of the food is prepared in a commissary kitchen in Brooklyn, and then in a network of neighborhood delivery-kitchen hubs. Show More Summary
4.21 / 5 Stars | 25 Reviews by SLIND "Purple potatoes are baked with bacon, leeks and goat cheese for a colorful side dish that might become your new favorite!" View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Despite the beautiful day that was Sunday, I found myself indoors much of the day. I’m stressing about some upcoming STUFF and I needed to get a move on to calm my nerves. I’m taking the Certified Diabetes Educator exam on November 2nd and despite best intentions to study between patients at work, things have... Read More »
Fellow foodies, here’s a question for your conscience: Do you wonder whose hands helped bring your meal to the grocery? As you dollop the farm-fresh goat cheese on top of your micro greens and remove the antibiotic-free tilapia from under the broiler, would you lose your appetite if you found out...
After protests broke out at one of its Texas stores, Whole Foods is taking the offending products—goat cheese and tilapia—off its shelves by April 2016 or sooner.
Wrong, say 5/5 experts. All of our experts are ready to order, and they’d all like a crumbing of goat cheese on the salad, please. We know nutrition isn’t the first thing on your mind when you spread creamy, tangy goat cheese on a hot piece of toast. But though it is indulgent, it’s not…
Whole Foods has sourced goat cheese and tilapia from farms that employ inmates through Colorado Correctional Industries. Critics say it's exploitative because the inmates are paid so little.
Good news, or something: Whole Foods will stop selling goat cheese and tilapia made with prison labor. This news comes after their price-gouging scandal and recent announcement that they’re fire 1,500 staffers in an attempt to lower their prices. Read more...
Whole Foods has been selling tilapia and goat cheese produced by prisoners since 2011.
Tilapia, too. That log of pricey goat cheese you recently bought at Whole Foods might have been made by an incarcerated American who was paid meager wages. However, the grocer has declared it will now no longer carry such products. The...Show More Summary
After a protest at one of its Texas stores, Whole Foods says it will no longer sell products made using a prison labor program. The company has sold tilapia and goat cheese produced through a Colorado inmate program at some stores since 2011, and now plans to have the products out of stores by April 2016 or sooner. A prison …
Grocery chain has sold tilapia and goat cheese produced through a Colorado inmate program since at least 2011
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