Thanksgiving is almost here! Let us do the work so that you can relax and have fun with friends and family. Our catering menu of sides and desserts features all the classic favorites with many vegan and wheat-free options.
In the spirit of shopping local, we are hosting a pop-up market on the Saturday after Thanksgiving to get the festivities of the holiday season started!
Although we have been holding onto Summer for as long as we can (we still have some heirloom tomatoes), nighttime temperatures lingering in the low 60’s and a giant delivery of gorgeous pumpkins from Feast Down East tells us: Yes. Fall is here.
We are so excited for you to meet the 2016 Board of Directors candidates! These ten Co-op Owners have decided to throw their hats into the ring, hoping to earn enough votes to take one of the four seats available on the Board this year. Please click on each candidate’s name to read a little bit […]
As the end of this year approaches, it’s time for us to start planning our 2017 fundraising year. With that in mind, we’re putting out the call for recipients for our customer donation program, REAL CHANGE.
It’s that time of year again! There are four available seats on our Board of Directors, and we are seeking qualified, passionate candidates to help guide Tidal Creek’s future!
Word has been getting out that Mack, our produce manager, makes some amazing fried green tomatoes.
The spring strawberry season is relatively short-lived, and the first taste of the year is long-anticipated and a signal that warmer days are finally here. Now that we’ve had the pleasure of strawberries for a few weeks, we might need some inspiration on what to do with the extra berries we have on hand. Tidal Creek has a bunch […]
As a co-op, supporting local farmers and producers is intrinsically linked to our principle of concern for the community. Local farms are at the core of our produce department. With over 30 local vegetables and fruit varying seasonally, we champion the farmers of the greater Cape Fear region. We believe in knowing where your food comes […]
From time to time, we get some weird looking produce on our shelves (remember burdock root?) Today, itÕs celeriac. Referred to by some as celery root, this knobby, globular vegetable is a bit of a wallflower, getting passed over next to the turnips, rutabega, and other spherical roots in the produce bins, but it has a fresh, bright, […]