The Parkway District • 1235 Apalachee Parkway • Open Daily 8am - 10pm • 850.942.2557

Blog

June 13, 2013

Of the many things I stock up on from the bulk bins, I can safely say nutritional yeast would be on our pantry essentials list. Don’t let the name fool you into thinking it’s some tasteless future food. What nutritional yeast lacks in the “appetizing name department”, it makes up for with its rich, unique flavor and abundant nutrients. Healthy and delicious? Don’t mind if I do.

So what is this nutritional yeast, or “nooch” as the kids these days are calling it? These golden flakes are actually a single-celled organism from the fungi family, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae,... Read more

Comments: 2
June 10, 2013

By Gretchen Hein

The love of good food and good times gave rise to Nellie’s Sweet & Sassy BBQ Sauce. That’s the way Monk Miller, founder of the business tells it, anyway. Monk’s grandmother Nellie, more commonly known as “Big Nanny,“ had a tremendous influence on Monk and his love of cooking and entertaining. Sure that his recipe would inspire the same in others, Monk set about to put a jar of his favorite sauce in every kitchen.

With recipe in hand, a five-gallon bucket and a heaping helping of hope and big dreams, the first sauce was bottled. The sauce made its way into... Read more

Comments: 1
June 4, 2013

Well howdy, there! Thanks for popping on over to my humble little post. My name is Ashley and I am the lucky lassie who will be a regular on the New Leaf Market blog!
... Read more

Comments: 5
May 24, 2013

June is Eat Local month at New Leaf Market! In conjunction with other NCGA member co-ops, New Leaf Market asks our customers to challenge yourselves to increase your consumption of local products for one month. Newbies are asked to incorporate local ingredients into at least three meals a week. Locavores (meaning anyone who eats locally grown or produced foods on a regular basis) are asked the eat 80 percent of their food from local sources.

Grab a brochure while you are at the co-op, or download it here for menu suggestions, a North Florida In-season list, and more information... Read more

Comments: 0
May 20, 2013

By Bridget Welch, LMT

“We’d never consider letting a can opener into our kitchen,” say Justin and Stephana Gaudin, who believe, “the best things in life remain relatively simple.” This is why they produce Ladybird & Friends Hot Sauce in small handcrafted batches in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Each flavor is carefully constructed without preservatives or pre-processed ingredients, producing a product that they are proud to serve and eager to eat.

... Read more

Comments: 1
May 10, 2013

In need of some serious, west coast hop?  You're in luck because we just got Lagunitas back!  Based in Petaluma, CA, Lagunitas Brewing has been churning out wonderful, hoppy, craft beer since the mid 90's.  We hope to see the whole line return, but for now we at least have the staples. Their IPA is bold and strongly hopped. The Dogtown Pale Ale is bitter with notes of citrus. Little Sumpin Sumpin is a pale, filtered wheat ale with a strong hop finish, and Censored is a copper ale with strong malt flavor. Little fun fact here, Censored was originally named The Kronik but the folks who... Read more

Comments: 0
May 10, 2013

By Gretchen Hein

Growing up, I loved the onset of spring and the summer that followed. I also dreaded their arrival. While friends were outdoor running and playing, watery, itchy eyes, a runny nose and non-stop sneezing fits left me feeling lethargic.The alternative was drugs that left me feeling dry, spacey and lifeless. Pharmaceuticals have come a long way since the days of my childhood, but in my late teens I was able to turn things around by making changes to my lifestyle, diet, and by adding a few supplements. I began a meditation practice, reduced my consumption of animal and... Read more

Comments: 0
May 1, 2013

Something fairly new to our cheese case is a whole line of California cheeses made by the Rumiano family. Tasty, varied, and always on sale, these all-natural cheeses have a laundry list of bragging rights to their name. The cows are grass fed, there are no artificial hormones or pesticides, the organic milk comes from local farms, the cheeses are ACS award winners, they produce the world’s first Non-GMO Project verified cheeses, and to top it all off, they each contain 0g of lactose per serving! Their website says the following about this family of cheese makers:

“Rumiano Cheese... Read more

Comments: 0
April 29, 2013

By Crystal Wakoa

Deviled eggs are a standard favorite for any potluck or picnic—easy to make and scarfed up gleefully by kids and adults alike. The traditional recipe calls for mixing the yolks of 12 hard-boiled eggs with 1/2-cup mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons mustard (Dijon or yellow), juice of one lemon, salt and pepper, and a little paprika. The amounts of any of the above ingredients can be varied, depending on how creamy, tangy or spicy you prefer your deviled eggs. Your fellow potluckers will devour them any way you make them.

Variations are fun and are limited only by the... Read more

Comments: 0
April 11, 2013

By Michele Hatton

The increasingly popular chia seed is gaining notoriety throughout the developed world. In fact, at New Leaf Market, demand is so high the store has trouble keeping them in stock. These tiny oval seeds come from the desert plant, Salvia hispanica, which belongs to the mint family. Their origins stretch back to the ancient Mayans and Aztec, who according to some sources, grew them as a staple crop, like maize, and used them in rituals, as athletic boosters, and for basic nutrition. Today, chia plants are grown commercially primarily in Mexico and parts of... Read more

Comments: 0

Pages

Subscribe to Blog

2014 Business of the Year2014 Locally Owned Business of the Year