New This Year – Diced Butternut Squash

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Some of you may remember that we sent out a survey last spring asking what frozen products you would like. You suggested Frozen Brussels Sprouts and Diced Butternut Squash…ta da! We bought them. These are easy-peasy to use. No pulling out the cleaver to whack at the butternut or cutting off the bottoms of the Brussels Sprouts. Use them just like you … Read More

Brussels Sprouts 10 Minute Prep

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For our Field Goods veterans, getting Brussels sprouts has become a treat. Where once our beloved subscribers turned their noses up at such a veggie, now they show the love. For our newer Field Gooders, if you haven’t gotten on the high-speed train to Brussels yet, try these easy ways to fall in love with sprouts. Sauteed Shredded Brussels Sprouts Put … Read More

Fine Filaments of Affection

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On 1863, Sarah Josepha Hale pitched the idea of creating a national Thanksgiving holiday to President Abraham Lincoln (she had lobbied four other Presidents before him). Her argument was that the divided country needed a unifying holiday after the stress of the Civil War. Today, with media replacing muskets we find ourselves with a similar need. She wrote to Honest … Read More

Don’t Ban Brussels Sprouts! Bring Brussels Back!

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We here at Field Goods just cannot understand why people don’t LOVE Brussels sprouts. Doing some quick armchair psychology, it seems like the problems must have began in childhood… back when well-meaning parents boiled all of the veggies and brussels became their worst selves. Who wants a soggy sprout? So consider it a lesson learned and don’t boil these! Instead, … Read More

Prep Week!

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This bag has everything. Thank you to everyone who responded to our Facebook post asking what y’all would like for your Thanksgiving tables. You should see pretty much all (in season) you requested! Our farmers are still harvesting away, well into these colder months, so don’t think you can’t get small farms produce all through the winter. Know a friend whose … Read More