This Week in Anabel's!! (4/26)
Welcome to the busiest time of the year! Let Anabel’s Grocery be your favorite study break stop for nutritious food and drinks as we close out the next two weeks of classes! Check out what we have going on :)
The Learning Farm x Anabel’s Farm Tour!
Come visit The Learning Farm with Anabel’s Grocery! We will meet at Anabel Taylor Hall on Sunday, April 30th at 12:30 PM before heading to the farm. We’ll get a chance to tour the farm’s forest, creek, and gardens while learning about their mission to connect community members with local, sustainable food production. Click here for more information about The Learning Farm!
Sign up on CampusGroups here or by scanning the QR code on the flyer! Also, we will need to coordinate rides, so please fill out this ride-sharing form with whether you can drive or need a ride here!
Dilmun Hill x Anabel’s Community Dinner!!
Enjoy an end-of-the-year dinner with Anabel's Grocery on Dilmun Hill Student Farm on Sunday, May 7th at 5:30 PM! We will be serving fresh pesto pasta and kale salad over music and lively conversation. Sign up for the event on Campus Groups here!
Check out Anabel’s Study Break Essentials!!
As we enter finals season, Anabel’s Grocery wants to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle and manage your stress with great food and study options. Take a look at a list of our favorite offerings over the next couple of weeks:
We have pre-packaged bags of healthy snacks (aka roasted and salted cashews and peanuts) for you to pick up on your way to a study session
KOMBUCHA IS BACK! Grab a cup as a sweet little treat to reward yourself for all of your hard work
Gimme! Coffee is here, so make sure to pick up some much-needed caffeine
Right next door to Anabel’s Grocery is Durland Alternative Library which is a great study spot to check out if you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the typical Cornell libraries! (P.S. You’ll also be right next to all of the aforementioned goodies all-day)
Keeping Up with AEM 3385!
Last week, our class had the pleasure of listening to two very special guest speakers fighting the injustices ingrained in Ithaca’s food systems: Liz Karabinakis from Healthy Food for All (HFFA) and Dee Baptist from Fort Baptists Farms!
Just like Anabel’s, HFFA is a project of CTA and helps the less fortunate in Tompkins County get healthy, locally-grown produce for their households while ensuring farmers are adequately compensated. By creating a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) system, farmers sell shares to low-income households, and HFFA subsidizes any gap between the farmer’s price and the household’s ability to pay. Fort Baptists Farms is a participant in HFFA’s CSA shares system and as a Black, immigrant, and woman-owned farm, it was inspiring to hear about Dee’s journey to ownership and insights into agriculture.
Produce of the Week!
Here are the much-anticipated produce highlights!
Tasty Tuscan Kale and Thyme!
Gleaming Red and Green Grapes!
Compelling Carrots and Cucumbers!
Spectacular Spinach and Sage!
And much more, so make sure to stop in the store!
See you all in Anabel’s Grocery this week! We hope your final weeks of classes, projects, and exams are going swimmingly :)