SO Over Winter

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This week’s bag features overwintered rapini AKA broccoli rabe. What is overwintering, you ask? Overwintering means the seeds were planted in the fall so that crops can be harvested very early in the spring. With vegetables that have a high sugar content (think parsnips and carrots), this process can make the sugar content skyrocket and produce extra sweet veggies. Broccoli … Read More

Braise the Roof

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Okay Field Gooders, first of all, greens are easy. Braising is our #1 favorite thing to do with them, because it’s simple and it always looks elegant as a side dish to whatever else you’re making. Braise radish and turnip greens, or kale, or bok choy, anything! Here’s how: start by heating oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Then, … Read More

Quelle Variete! Happy Thanksgiving from Field Goods!

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Quelle Variete is French for “What Variety!” Try throwing that one out at a party this week if you feel daring. Here’s a fun and interesting bag of goodies to tide you over during the cooking frenzy of Thanksgiving week. Lots of hearty veggies to fill you up with little to no fuss. If you’re still looking for fresh cranberries, … Read More

The Easiest Way to Get a Good Braise!

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Braising mix this week! An impossibly quick and easy addition to the dinner menu that’s also crazy healthy. You’ll be getting a mix of colorful, assorted greens such as kale, chard, bok choy, mustard greens, spinach, turnip greens and beet greens, though all the mixes may not be the same. Very easy to prepare—just toss the greens in a pan with hot … Read More