Two Long Lost Loves: Dandelion Greens & Parsnips

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Not just for wishing, we have dandelion greens! Also, take just a minute to say welcome back to your parsnips! Field pulled, these parsnips just came from the ground. Because of overwintering (meaning they slowed way down in growth but made it through the polar vortices) their sugars skyrocketed and they will have an even greater sweetness. Fear Not the … Read More

LET’S TAKE STALK OF THIS WEEK’S BAG!

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With their bright green stalks and purple tops, these are some glamorous vegetables coming your way. These stalks, along with their kale, spinach, and pear counterparts are all making their way from the magical land of New Jersey. They’re just south enough for growing the stuff that’s not quite ready yet in our beautiful state because of the long, long, … Read More

Oil: What to Know & What Kind to Choose

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If you’re like us, you’ve been tearing your hair out trying to find the tastiest, healthiest, and safest oil to cook with for your family. Tear your hair out no more! We have LOCAL organic sunflower in the bag for you this week. Finding this product was no easy feat thats for sure.   This oil from Full Sun in Vermont … Read More

Classics: Marafax Beans, Empire Apples, Tomato Sauce

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This week we’re playing all the hits! Everything in the bag this week holds to an old standard, tried and true and just for you. Beloved Marafax beans, elegant Empire apples, tasty tomato sauce… The recipes this week include your favorites, as well as some quirky re-imaginings for your kitchen. All the kitchen’s a stage! There are no small chefs, … Read More

Porto-believe it– That Much Good in One Mushroom!

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You love mushrooms. We do too. How could you not? These portobellos have low cholesterol, sodium, and saturated fat, making them a dream addition to all your favorite recipes. They come in all sizes, from crimini baby bellas to big honking burgers. First wrangled for commercial farming in France, portobello mushrooms have been filling hungry bellies since the 1700s! Our … Read More