Gather your family and friends and celebrate! Discover recipe ideas for seasonal food and drinks sure to shine.
Local apples and cheese are a perfect match! The sweet and tart flavors and crisp textures of the apples are set off by the sharp, salty, and nutty flavors and creamy texture of the cheeses. -1- SweeTango Apple (equal parts sweet and tangy with hints of fall spices and vibrant acidity) + Jeff’s Select Gouda (a full-bodied… Read More →
Starting August 1st, the Wedge is partnering with the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Assoc. to offer compost drop off for the neighborhood! The City of Minneapolis offers several organics drop-off locations around the city for folks who do not have access to organics recycling at their home. None of the current drop-offs are very convenient… Read More →
We’re Officially One Co-op on July 1st! The Wedge and Linden Hills have been working together on the nuts and bolts of becoming one organization and on Saturday we finally unite! We are one co-op serving more communities: The Wedge, your bustling and vibrant urban market; Linden Hills Co-op, your friendly neighborhood store; and The Wedge Table,… Read More →
Our Staff’s Advice for the best pizzas with WedgeMade dough When you work at the Wedge and amongst delicious food every day, there’s endless possibilities for meal time. And our staff are BIG fans of WedgeMade pizza dough for homemade pizzas. So we asked Colin, our Food Systems Manager for his expert advice on using WedgeMade… Read More →
Our friends at Featherstone Fruits & Vegetables had devastating crop losses this year and they need help. Buy a CSA share, shop their produce in store, and donate online: https://www.gofundme.com/featherstonefarm3-0 Featherstone Farm has been a leader in our local food community for 20 years, but they may have to close their doors next month without our… Read More →
The owners of Linden Hills and Wedge Co-ops voted in record numbers in favor to consolidate our two businesses. Eastside Food Co-op will remain independent. While slightly over half of their votes were in favor of the consolidation, they did not reach the two-thirds majority needed to move forward. We are honored and excited that… Read More →