Live Longer and Be Amazingly Healthy The season of gardens and farmers’ markets has come to a close, but that doesn’t mean you should stop eating healthy. With a little intention and a lot of will power, you can make this a season of good change for your health, too. Now is the perfect time… Read More
Veggies Take On More Meaning: Let us just start right off being blunt: Research suggests that a vegetable-rich diet can lower your risk of certain types of cancer, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, cognitive decline, age-related eye diseases, osteoporosis, lung diseases, and chronic inflammation.” according to the recently published article titled “Complete Nutrition: Vegetables Are… Read More
Organic vs. Non-Organic Tomatoes: Does it really matter? The word organic is a popular word, but what does that really mean? Are organic tomatoes really so much better? Organic vs. Non-Organic Tomatoes: Does it really matter? Read our blog to find out NOW! Cobblestone Cafe, Home Interiors & Gifts 10 North… Read More
Read what Sunday Brunch is all about in our blog titled “Sunday Brunch is Like a Warm Hug” NOW!
Take a look at Good Housekeeping’s 10 Healthy Eating Trends You Should Know in 2016 and your eyes might bug out a little when you get to #9: Entomophagy. Entomophagy, aside from being a word that makes your mouth feel like you’re chewing cotton when you pronounce it, is a word that means “the practice… Read More
Microgreens bring high nutrition, high hopes to Cobblestone: Many diners at Cobblestone Café ask about one of the tiniest details of their meal: the garnish. Sprinkled around the plates and topping the soups is a sprinkling of tiny green things called microgreens. Read our blog now to find out what that means!
Summer’s Ending….Fall in Love with Tomatoes “Local and Loving It” celebrates August’s vine-ripened goodness A few things happen in mid-August: the locusts are out, schools are back in, and tomatoes are ripening in abundance. At night, while the locusts are singing in the trees, the vines grow red and yellow and orange, surprising the dawn… Read More
Summer is here, and a great time to enjoy fresh from the garden fruits, herbs and vegetables. And for us at Cobblestone Cafe it means new and exciting chef made recipes with these organic seasonal delights from Cobblestone Village owner Rick Weber’s garden! When he’s not busy greeting customers in the café, he is tediously… Read More
You absolutely don’t want to miss out on this Yumminess… As sure as Springtime has brought us a backdrop of greenery, Summer is sure to show us a bounty of garden goodies soon. We will be diving in to dishes like zucchini fritters and fried green tomatoes and salsa aplenty on everything (like adding a… Read More
Eating Local: Something to Crow About: Cobblestone Café supports local farms, local community! “Many of us who aren’t farmers or gardeners still have some element of farm nostalgia in our family past, real or imagined: a secret longing for some connection to a life where a rooster crows in the yard,” writes Barbara Kingsolver in… Read More