Published June 03, 2012 Bemidji Pioneer
Eating an artichoke for the first time is an experience one remembers forever. Years ago, maybe 15 or so, my friend Cathy taught me how to eat the beautifully shaped green vegetable I’d often stopped to admire in the grocery store. Cathy had already cooked the artichokes by the time I arrived at her house. As we sat at her table, she showed me how to pluck the leaves from the artichoke, one by one, dip them into a pool of melted butter, and scrape each leaf between my teeth to release the tiny bit of flesh within. Read more and see video at: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100040579/
Posted on June 3, 2012 by sdoeden
When I visited Green Scene Organic Market in Walker a couple of weeks ago, I was given a lesson on artichokes that covered both the large globe artichokes and the smaller variety referred to as baby artichokes. Read more at: http://sdoeden.areavoices.com/2012/06/03/baby-artichokes-pure-and-simple/
Posted on May 13, 2012 by sdoeden
I was on a mission. I needed more Green Scene No-Bake Energy Bites. I had been to the cozy organic market and deli just the week before. The half dozen Energy Bites I grabbed from the Green Scene deli lasted only minutes in the car on my way home. I did save a couple for the peanut butter monster I live with. Now, I was on the road to Walker for more of those addictive Energy Bites. Read more: http://sdoeden.areavoices.com/2012/05/13/green-scene-no-bake-energy-bites/
Published May 13, 2012, Bemidji Pioneer
On our way to Hackensack, Minn., to do some last-minute shopping for bee supplies a couple of weeks ago, my beekeeping buddy, Bobbie, and I made a stop at Green Scene in Walker. A container of spinach hummus, prepared by chef Kristin Melby in the spotless, wide-open stainless steel kitchen that takes up about a third of the cozy store’s space, went into my bag of organic food purchases. read more: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100039900/
GREEN SCENE & PURE SOAP FLAKE COMPANY ON LAKELAND PUBLIC TELEVISION
Airdate: January 16th, 2012, Lakeland Public Television, Bemidji MN
Pocketful of Sunshine in Northern Minnesota
Posted on September 3, 2011 by tillersandtravelers
There’s a pocketful of sunshine in Northern Minnesota... The Green Scene is a homegrown business offering whole foods and a quality experience. Owner, Erin Andrus, is a delight. She is motivated, smart and kind. Her desire to bring good food to her community is paying off and this June she opened her doors to the public at the Green Scene. Click to read more....
Green Scene has organic, natural, and locally-raised foods
Published: Wednesday, July 13, 2011, Pilot Independent
The recent relocation and expansion of the Green Scene fresh organic market in Walker reflects not just customers’ growing appetites for organic foods but the growth of the organic marketplace in general. On June 1, the Green Scene, owned by Erin Andrus, opened its first “bricks and mortar” retail store at 617 Michigan Ave. W., Walker. Andrus describes her business as a “specialty food store.” Click to read more....
Green Scene hosts Business After Hours
Published: Wednesday, June 29, 2011, Pilot Independent
The Leech Lake Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored Business After Hours was held June 9 at the Green Scene, a fresh organic market that opened its doors on 617 Michigan Avenue June 3. The Green Scene offers a full line of organic fruits and vegetables, weekly produce shares, gluten free products and much more. Beginning July 1, the Green Scene will have a full deli and catering. Contact the Green Scene at (218) 547-2880 or visit www.walkergreenscene.com for more information.
First Walker Farmer’s Market held
Published: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 11:47 AM CDT
The first Walker Farmer’s Market of the season was held last Thursday in the parking lot of The Green Scene, next to SuperOne Foods and Sanford Clinic. The Farmer’s Markets will have seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, jams and jellies, syrup and honey, wild rice, local crafts, flowers and plants, eggs and cheese, and locally-raised chicken, beef and pork. Click to read more....