Mike – Produce Philosophy

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Mike P.

What you need to know when shopping the produce aisles

Mike has held his current produce supervisor position at Coborn’s since 2008, but that’s only a small part of his 36 years of experience. He not only has a passion for produce but when not working this passion shifts towards his family and love for the outdoors. Mike enjoys fishing, hunting, bike riding and playing racquetball.


Recent Blogs:

What is a Leek?

What is a Leek? www.cobornsblog.com“It looks like a green onion”, but it is a leek. We hear that all the time in the Produce world. Leek is slowly growing in popularity, but still remains in the category as somewhat of a gourmet type item. They have been around for many, many years, yet many people have never heard of […]Read More »

What is Jicama?

What is Jicama? www.cobornsblog.comIt’s pronounced, HEE-kuh-muh and often called the Mexican Potato. It is very sweet in taste and a little starchy and has a very crunchy texture, similar to a water chestnut. When purchasing an Jicama from the Produce department, look for one that has a dry bumpy skin, is not slimy, and is free from wrinkles […]Read More »

3 ways to prepare Sweet Corn

3 ways to prepare sweet corn - www.cobornsblog.comIt’s good to see all the gardens starting to produce. After the wet spring that we have had in the Midwest, it looks like Local Sweet Corn will start real soon. Many people, including myself, consider sweet corn a real favorite that goes well with many meals, Summer BBQ’s, or it can be a meal […]Read More »

Fruit Kabobs

Make Fruit Kabobs for your next get together! - www.cobornsblog.comSpecial get-together coming up, like a wedding or baby shower, family reunion, graduation party, special birthday, or neighborhood BBQ gathering? Wondering what to bring? How about serving fruit kabobs? They are not that hard to do, and usually draw some special attention. You can make them as simple as you want, or you can use […]Read More »

Grilling Veggies

www.cobornsblog.com - Produce Philosophy with MikeNow that the snow has finally melted away from the grill on my deck, it is great to get outside and start grilling again. I like grilling so I can leave much of the cooking mess outside. I used to only grill meat, and cooked the veggies inside on the stove or in the oven, […]Read More »

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