13 Mar

Our Top Priority: Health and Safety

Hello, Friends. Like so many of you, we have spent the last several days and weeks learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it’s affecting our community. Here at Cooks, that means understanding how it affects our team, as well as our environments and then making the necessary adjustments to our work and operations.  We have one simple objective…

10 Mar

Grab + Go Story

Around the ol’ homestead, MD has quite the reputation for being a wiz around the sandwich. When the kids were in school, she never missed a day. Torpedoes, turkey-bacon, the occasional PB&J and the perennial favorite, rotisserie chicken, pepper jack cheese, arugula and a dollop of sweet chili sauce for the chicken. Rides to school…

4 Mar

APRIL, 2020 CLASS SCHEDULE

Look out, spring cooking! April classes are fresher and brighter than ever. From Fish Fry to Easter Bread and lots in between, our spring roster of classes is brighter, fresher and bigger than ever. Hop on over, jump on in and explore April cooking classes. Join us! You may register for any of April’s classes here or download our class schedule.

24 Feb

Staub

We’ve loved Staub Cookware since it was only available in France. KB read about it in a tiny blurb in Metropolitan Home, a wonderful home and design magazine that went out of business many years ago. Matte black finish with a brass handle. Manufactured at a small factory near Colmar in France. Functional, simple, authentic and beautiful. We met…

20 Feb

Sustainable in the Kitchen

Our team swears by re-usable products for the kitchen. Because of their enthusiasm and our core beliefs, we carry a variety of options in our stores and online. From their function, form and zero waste impact on the environment we all feel good about wrapping up left over veggies and cheese and saving bits and…

17 Feb

Crop Share Program

Black Currants and Raspberries to the right Many years ago, before we even started working at Cooks, KB was in Duluth. On his way home, he passed a tiny sign on the roadside saying, “Black Currants and Raspberries to the right.” The right happened to be a few turns and three or four miles into the countryside, but it certainly started with a…

14 Feb

Charlie

He’s always around and folks are always curious. Yup, he’s a straight-up, standard poodle. He’s obsessed with anything small that’s rooting around the yard: squirrels, rabbits, Apollo, the neighbor’s cat. He’s smart as a whip and more than a little bossy. Because KB and Marie are pretty consistently on the move, it’s always been easier…

11 Feb

Tasty Bits: Citrus Squeezer

A little squeeze here, a lotta squeeze there, it’s magic! Learn why this essential tool is the squeeze knees for your kitchen. Click here to purchase!

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