Iconic, Organic, and Orange!

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Orange carrots might seem super average, but these iconic veggies are great for your health and your plate! Plus this week’s carrots are certified organic and grown by The Farm at Miller’s Crossing in Hudson, New York. As a versatile root veggie, the orange carrot is great when eaten raw, roasted, cooked, baked, sliced, boiled, or turned into a soup!  This root veggie … Read More

All About the Beets

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We’re willing to say that beets are some of the most popular root veggies out there, and are pretty impressive when it comes to your health! These red beauties come packed with so many vitamins, nutrients, minerals, and even have some medicinal properties. Studies are showing that beets have the potential to help with brain function, inflammation, digestive health, and may even aid … Read More

Anything But Boring: White Button Mushrooms

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White Button Mushrooms may be the most commonly grown and purchased mushrooms in the United States. But that doesn’t mean you should pass on these guys! White Buttons are some of the best mushrooms for retaining flavor, and are far more forgiving with recipes than other wild mushrooms. Prep them for stews, stir-fries, soups, and salads, or add some texture and flavor to your … Read More

Purple People Pleasers

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Magic Molly is THE purple potato. With a rich purple hue on the outside, and a vibrant purple coloring on the inside, these fingerlings are as colorful as they are flavorful. What’s better is that Mollys retain their coloring after they’ve been baked, boiled, or roasted. Our purple pleasers are even more yummy since they’re certified organic, grown at Skymeadow Farm in Cherry … Read More

Cooking Collards: The Controversy

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We can all agree that nothing beats some well seasoned collard greens. Packed with antioxidants, calcium, and cholesterol reducing properties, this side dish serves up some feel good bites. But what we can’t seem to agree on is cook time.   Some people claim that collards should only take 15-18 minutes, while others firmly believe good collards should take an entire … Read More