Curried Turkey Burgers

Spice Up Your Memorial Day Menu with this delicious and heart healthy addition to your grill. Ingredients 1 1/3 pounds ground turkey breast 2 scallions, thinly sliced A handful cilantro, chopped very fine, about 2 tablespoons, optional 1 inch piece fresh ginger, grated or minced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 red bell pepper, finely chopped … Continued  

Make Your Summer “Berry” Good!

Fresh berries, with their vivid colors, saturated flavors, lush textures and fragrant aromas are as stimulating to the senses as they are good for your health. These classic fruits, many of which are native to North America, are grown in the U.S. from coast-to-coast, quite literally! California is the leading producer of strawberries, while Maine … Continued  

Please Take Our Survey

  Please tell us what you think! It’s time for our first ever customer satisfaction survey. With your support, this survey will provide important information that will help guide future decisions by Durham Co-op Market’s management and board of directors. It will only take about 10 minutes of your time and it’s a huge help … Continued  


Celebrate great weather with a leisurely picnic. Our simple recipes and tips will help you plan a picnic that’s delicious, fun and bug-free! Prep everything ahead of time This may seem like a no-brainer, but putting in the time to chop your veggies, assemble your kebabs, or slice your baguette before leaving the house will keep … Continued  

Monkfish…What You Need to Know

The good folks at Locals Seafood have brought us some freshly caught monkfish for the weekend.  While monkfish has been a favorite in Europe for eons (French chefs LOVE it), this spring specialty has only recently gained popularity in the states. Some say it took so long because, in its natural form, the species is not … Continued  

All About Rhubarb

Is there a better harbinger of spring than hardy, exuberant rhubarb? A beautiful plant with large, lush leaves and fleshy stalks (called petioles) that look a bit like red celery, “the pie plant” signals the arrival of fresh foods from gardens and markets. Did you know that while it’s most often enjoyed in desserts, rhubarb … Continued  

Hot Weather…Cold Coffee: How to Make Cold Press Coffee

It’s getting HOT out there!  And, for all you coffee drinkers, that means the days of ice coffee are here!  So it’s a great time to learn how to make cold-press coffee – a concentrate that you can use to make some really kick a** coffee drinks! To make cold-press coffee you have to steep … Continued  

Wellness Talk: Tonics & Bitters with Urban Moonshine

Come learn about herb tonics and how they support overall health.. Tonics are an age-old category of herbs that are used to strengthen the body as a form of preventative medicine. Bitters stimulate our body’s innate digestive response and optimize digestive function. They can also be used for acute needs like upset stomach, indigestion, or occasional … Continued  

Win a Trip to Cascadian Farm

We are excited to announce that during the month of May, Cascadian Farm has invited co-op shoppers like you to participate in a sweepstakes to win the chance to check out their beautiful farm in Skagit Valley, Washington for yourself! One winner will be selected to take a trip for two in August of 2017 … Continued  

Pasta Primavera with Spring Onions & Asparagus

Primavera is Italian for Spring.  And nothing says springtime like a plate of pasta primavera! As spring vegetables like asparagus and spring onions (both on sale right now) come into season, you can make this simple primavera with whatever looks good. 1-2 tbsp olive oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 4-5 crimini mushrooms, sliced ½ lb … Continued