King Kipfler

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Richard Guardi of Skymeadow Farms grows these outstanding potatoes specially for Field Goods. Richard is our guy for specialty potatoes! The Kipfler (also known as Austrian Crescent Potatoes) is a type of fingerling. They have deep yellow flesh with a waxy and firm texture making it a perfect potato for salads or roasting. The name is of Austrian descent with … Read More

Romanesco Recipes

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Roasted Romanesco with Brown Butter Toasted Panko (Brooklyn Supper) Roasted Romanesco topped with nutty brown butter toasted panko and a bit of parsley is a comforting winter side dish.           Romanesco Pasta with Olives, Capers, and Parsley (A Beautiful Plate) A simple and flavorful romanesco pasta with parsley and bursts of saltiness from kalamata olives and … Read More

How My Mom Ruined the Brussels Sprouts

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“My mom used to make frozen Brussels Sprouts. She’d boil the heck out of them. I couldn’t stand them. Now I roast them and love them. Especially our frozen Brussels Sprouts. What I do is toss them with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Spread them on a cookie sheet with thinly sliced onion and roast at 425 degrees for about 20 … Read More

Roasted Sunchokes Recipe

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roasted sunchokes

Sunchokes (also know as Jerusalem Artichokes) are one those all purpose veggies that can be cooked just about any way you please. We particularly like them roasted as presented in this recipe for Roasted Sunchokes. They are low-calorie, high in fiber, and a tasty low-carb substitute. Roasting leads to a sweet caramelized crunch and may help reduce a “farty” side effect that … Read More

A Sauce for All Occasions

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This week features a delightful pop of summer with frozen cherry tomatoes and strawberries. The cherry tomatoes are a super versatile frozen item that can work in a lot of ways. While we love tossing them in an omelet or soup, our favorite recipe is sweet tomato sauce. This is a slow(ish)-roasted version of stove-top tomato sauce that will work … Read More