It's been a while since you may have ordered or received cookies from us. We want to take this opportunity to let our customers know what we have been up to. Regrettably, we decided to close our cookie business earlier this summer. We are grateful to our many loyal customers who supported us over the years.
It was a tough decision on our part, however one that allows us to devote resources to our new venture – Stony Brook WholeHeartedFoods – producers of one-of-a-kind culinary seed oils.
We are excited about our new line of local, sustainable and tasty seed oils produced in cooperation with a farmer in our area of the Finger Lakes. You may have even already seen them on the shelf at your local specialty food store.
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We look forward to sharing our unique line of oils with you! Visit our website for retail store locations, or to purchase directly at our online store. We would love to hear about your cooking ideas or recipe creations using our oils or about a favorite shop that you would like to see them in. You can also become a fan of ours on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter for up-to-the-minute news.
Thank you for your time and eat well!
Greg Woodworth & Kelly Coughlin
Stony Brook WholeHeartedFoods
THE EDIBLE GARDEN AT THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN
Join Stony Brook WholeHeartedFoods this weekend at The Edible Garden at The New York Botanical Garden. Stop by the Tasting Terrace to sample our butternut squash seed oil along with bread from SCRATCHbread. The Edible Garden brings you locally-grown, seasonal food with cooking demonstrations featuring celebrity chefs Mario Batali and Todd English. Set against the backdrop of the landmark Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, the Tasting Terrace is where visitors can sample a variety of foods and beverages such as flavored olive oils, artisanal cheeses, fresh yogurt, fine chocolate, microbrew ales, local wines, and more. The chance to indulge your palate and experience a variety of delicious foods and beverages is rewarding. Find out more here.
Saturday, October 16, 2010: 10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday, October 17, 2010: 10 AM – 6 PM
Tasting Terrace at the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. Get directions and join us.