Four Brothers Fritter Bread

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Jayne

Hi Everyone!
I am absolutely excited because I can’t wait to introduce you to a new product called “Four Brothers Fritter Bread” that is made locally right here at our Coborn’s Bake Shoppe in St. Cloud, Minnesota.  Continue reading “Four Brothers Fritter Bread”

Beef Roasts for Fall

Kevin C.Fall is here, and it is my favorite season of the year. I really enjoy the different colors and different aroma in the air when you walk outside in the morning. The changing colors of the trees and the farmers harvesting their fields means that winter is just around the corner. Continue reading “Beef Roasts for Fall”

How much is too much Halloween Candy?

Emily

It’s officially Autumn here in the Midwest, which means cooler weather, fall colors, pumpkin spice, and of course Halloween! It’s the one day in a year we see goblins, princesses, and TV stars alike, going door to door asking for candy. Now don’t call me the candy police, I’ll be the last person to say you should avoid candy on Halloween, but moderation can be a total game changer! Let’s chat a little about how added sugar in Halloween candy nutrition can really stack up. Continue reading “How much is too much Halloween Candy?”

How to Clean a Wooden Cutting Board

 

Coborn's Blog: The Kitchen Detective
Kim

When we look at our options for cutting boards, wooden ones always seem to stand out as being a more stylish choice which bring a sophisticated look to our kitchen rather than plastic.  However, one often thinks what is the best way to wash these cutting boards?  Continue reading “How to Clean a Wooden Cutting Board”

Keep Food Fresh With a Vacuum Sealer

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Jayne

Hi everyone!!
It’s official our summer is over and we are full steam ahead into fall and harvest time.  If you are like me, we are right in the middle of trying to use up all our vegetables out of the garden so they don’t go to waste.  Continue reading “Keep Food Fresh With a Vacuum Sealer”