Stand with family farmers this World Food Day, October 16. Start a conversation, try a recipe, and raise awareness.
When we think about our food, who grows it, and where it comes from, we can make more educated choices. In honor of World Food Day this October 16, help raise awareness by starting a conversation about food, farming, and hunger.
You'll find all of your autumn favorites in this soup to make a meal that will warm your heart and home. Simply add fresh carrots, celery, tomatoes, cabbage and fresh cooked meat of your choice to Liberty Fresh Market's mix full of brown and wild rice, lentils, and green and yellow split peas for a soup guaranteed to deliver delicious flavor in every spoonful.
8 cups water 1 lb. soup mix Simmer 1 hour. Add 2 cups each of carrots, celery and shredded cabbage; 1 16oz. can of tomatoes; 1 lb. cooked turkey, chicken or ground beef. Simmer additional 1 hour, season to taste.
List of Ingredients
Lentils, Non-GMO Brown Rice, Green Split Peas, Yellow Split Peas, Wild Rice.
We are a little more than a week away from our Fall Festival to be held at our Day Support building on Rt. 5S in Amsterdam! The Festival will be held on Saturday, October 25th from 10am-4pm. Below, is a listing of the crafters/vendors we have, so far. If you’re interested in participating in this event it’s not too late. Call 954-3265, today!
Up cycled woolen mittens, hats and totes Pandora style beads, charms, spacers, bracelets Handmade doll clothes & furniture (for 18” dolls) Handcrafted jewelry Jamberry Nails Hand-carved signs Lemongrass Spa Baked goods Cake pans, stands & accessories Loom knit items Handmade scarves and paintings Animal note cards, t-shirts, totes & native American CD’s & jewelry Fabric & crocheted goods (purses, hats, blankets, etc..) Holiday items (wreathes, snowmen, etc..) Garage sale items AND MUCH MORE!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Plan to be at the GFWC Century Club of Amsterdam tomorrow night for Liberty's 3rd Annual Creative Expressions Art Show from 5-7pm. This event will showcase artwork from six ARC's throughout NYS and feature more than 40 artists with developmental and physical disabilities.