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Warehouse Recipe: Life Raft Treats’ Buttermilk-Blueberry Ice Cream

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

This June, beat the heat with this sweet from Life Raft Treats! Charleston chefs Cynthia Wong (of James Beard Award nomination fame) and Mary Oster share their recipe for Buttermilk-Blueberry Ice Cream, complete with a blueberry swirl crafted using Lowcountry Creamery buttermilk and Black Pearl organic blueberries. For the ice cream base ½ cup whole milk 1 ½ cups heavy cream 6 egg yolks ¾…

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Seasonal Selections: March’s Milk March

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Before the sudden burst of fresh vegetables, we, at GrowFood Carolina, are celebrating a few of our favorite products that are available year-round, including all things dairy: Lowcountry Creamery milk, yogurt and crème fraiche and cheeses from Split Creek Farm, Burden Creek Dairy and Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse. South Carolina’s homegrown dairies need our support now more than ever. Dairy prices nationwide are dropping…

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Seasonal Selections: February’s Buzzworthy Partnerships

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Our plates would look a lot different without pollinators. Birds, bees, butterflies, moths, wasps, beetles, and bats all support the health and growth of plants and the world’s food supply. A 2016 report, by 124 United Nations-organized countries, found that plants that rely on pollinators account for 35 percent of global crop production volume. But, pollinator numbers worldwide are declining due to pesticides, parasites, climate…

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GrowFood 2017 Crop Calendar

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Every year we join the farmers in crop production planning where we discuss all things fruits and vegetables.  Working together, we discuss what to plant, when best to plant, and how much to plant.  This process helps us further our mission to create a consistent and diverse supply of local produce for the buyers, and hence, the community.  Check out this awesome…

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GrowFood Carolina in Paste Magazine!

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Stephanie Burt, a Charleston based writer, and host of the podcast The Southern Fork, recently dropped by the warehouse to chat with our General Manager Sara Clow. Here is a preview of their conversation about connecting local eaters with local farmers. If you like to read more, check out the full interview in Paste. Paste: Besides the obvious (food), why…

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