English Peas to Meet You

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This week bring us our first round of peas! A rather elegant variety, English peas are easy to prepare and don’t require cooking. If you do want to cook ‘em, use like edamame and do not eat the shell. Here’s a tutorial for super fast shelling. These peas are adorable, bright green and round, so we like to leave as is and … Read More

This Summer Will Be a Peach!

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THEY’RE HERE!!! Man, summer is an exciting time to be alive – especially if you’re a Field Goods subscriber. These yellow peaches are going to remind you of all the best parts of summer. Throw a sliced peach right on the grill and top with fresh whipped cream, or simply enjoy as a sweet snack on its own. Stone fruit season is … Read More

Time to Try the Other Burger: Portobello!

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It’s summertime and the burgers are on the grill. So if you’ve got the vegetarian contingency coming over for festivities, or you just want to try something new and delicious…consider the ‘shroom. Soak your portobello mushrooms (sans stems) in balsamic and roasted garlic for at least an hour (really let those flavors get in there) and then pop those babies … Read More

Behold, Golden (Snack) Hour Is Upon Us!

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We love to snack here at Field Goods (who doesn’t) and we are all about the healthy snack. While we’ve got some obvious snack choices this week (cherries, broccoli, peas), we’ve also got some great snacks-in-the-rough. All we need is a mandoline! (Don’t have one? Get one! You’ll use it all the time). We can take all kinds of stuff: … 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