Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Making your own egg dye from natural foods is simple and fun. You can even use brown-shelled eggs—with their darker base, they enhance the color, creating a range of earthy jewel tones. Just mix up your dyes and let the eggs soak until your desired color is reached. The dye can be used to make more eggs, just be sure to keep it in the refrigerator. And remember that natural dyes stain too, so be sure to protect your egg dyeing area and clothes!
Bring a taste of Southern-style home cooking into your kitchen with this twist on a classic greens recipe. It is jam-packed with so much flavor, you’ll be licking your bowl clean! Designed to be “fix-it-and-forget-it,” pick your favorite hearty greens, spend a minimal amount of time cooking, and let the slow cooker do the bulk of the work to create a delicious and nutritious side dish.
It’s an understatement to say that our co-founder, Margaret Isely, loved the holidays. I mean she really loved the holidays and all the prepping, cooking, and feasting with friends and family. She was known for all her homemade specialties—lots of delicious veggie dishes (we hope we’ve done her proud), homemade wine, homemade applesauce and, most notably, her homemade cranberry sauce. This simple, yet signature, recipe was something the Isely family looked forward to holiday after Thanksgiving holiday. It was the perfect accompaniment to the holiday meal and it was simply, Margaret.
The ultimate in plant-based holiday roasts, serve this decorative loaf as a side dish or as the centerpiece. Feel free to break out the electric carving knife for a dramatic effect as carving. Top with Cranberry Apricot Sauce with Crystallized Ginger. Recipe created for Natural Grocers by Chef Mark Reinfeld, Vegan Fusion and The Doctor & The Chef
This traditional-style stuffing is a great way to pack some extra veggies into your holiday festivities. If you’re a meat eater, it’s also a great way to use all parts of the bird, by incorporating the giblets and neck meat from the turkey. Vegan or vegetarian? No problem! Easily swap out the butter for a plant-based alternative (just be sure to omit the extra salt if your “butter” is salted). It’s the perfect side dish to compliment a traditional oven-roasted turkey or vegan-friendly centerpiece!