Still a Little Summer Left: Shishitos & Sunflower Oil!

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SHISHITOS. ARE. BACK. (!!!!!) These are our absolute, hands down, A-Team, gold medal, favorite peppers. All other peppers: we love you, we need you, thank you for providing 150% daily value vitamin C in just one cup….but shishito peppers are dreamy. Seriously, this is all you need to enjoy: throw right on the grill or into a skillet (with some sunflower … Read More

Something Wicked This Way Comes… It’s a Pumpkin

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Just in time for Halloween…Pumpkins! Pumpkins are part of the Winter Squash family and can be zused interchangeably with many different Winter Squash varieties. There are dozens of varieties of pumpkins ranging in color from near-white to orange to green, too. Varieties that are best used for cooking are generally called sweet pumpkins. Not gonna use the pumpkin this week? Pumpkin … Read More

Veggie Spaghetti: This Squash Is a Small Wonder!

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When cooked, the flesh of spaghetti squash falls away into ribbons or strands, which makes a great a great substitute for pasta. This squash can be baked, boiled, steamed or microwaved, and the seeds can be roasted and eaten like pumpkin seeds. If you’re microwaving (that’s the fastest way), here’s how you do it: poke a bunch of holes in the squash with … Read More

Grilling Up Something New: Portobellos!

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The portobello is the prime rib of the vegetable world, which is why we deliver it for holiday weekends.  Happy grilling. To grill brush with olive oil, add garlic or soy sauce if you like, grill for about 3-5 minutes on each side. You can eat the stalks, too, or save them for stocks. EAT YOUR RASPBERRIES ASAP! Even when … Read More

Cherry Tomato: Give it Up for the Little Guy

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The Cherry Tomato comes in countless seed varieties which sprout into myriad colors and flavors. This week’s tomatoes come from two different farms and they will be in the orange and red family. These little toms have colors ranging from red and yellow right through to black varieties. They’ll be just as flavorful as the larger varieties, and hold their … Read More