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Just because Spring Break is over doesn’t mean that you have to stop gorging yourself on delicious food! Pretend like you’re still on break with a trip to the Columbia Greenmarket. But wait! There’s more! This week the food is extra yummy so you can make your Passover/ Easter/ regular weekend crazy delicious. As always, […]

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Happy double-holiday, Columbians! With both Spring Break and St. Patrick’s Day on the horizon, it might be time to stock up for the weekend’s festivities with some tasty treats from the Columbia Greenmarket! What better way is there to recover from a green beer hangover than with some locally made deliciousness? As always, the greenmarket […]

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As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s never too early to be thinking about what to get that special someone. Nothing says “I care about you… and my community” like some locally made candies! Or, if love’s not your scene, stop by to get some ingredients for your Mardi Gras feast (Furnald kitchens here we come!). As […]

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