Baby Beet Greens – Importance of Trying Something Different

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This week we have certified organic baby beet greens grown by Agbotic, located in Sackets Harbor. Odds are you’ve never had them. We hadn’t until we ventured into the North Country. A couple things about these groovy greens: they are super healthy (like off the charts), incredibly delicious as a salad, and grown by a truly innovative start-up company. While munching … Read More

The Colorful Salad Turnips

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These are the most colorful salad turnips! Depending on the day of your delivery you will be getting either scarlet turnips (aka Hidabeni turnips) or gold turnips. Gold turnips have golden flesh and skin. Scarlet turnips are magenta on the outside and are snowy white with streaks of magenta on the inside. Both are milder than purple-tops and have a … Read More

Corn, How Not to Cook It

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This week, we are delivering super sweet, super fresh corn. Holmquest Farm and Barber’s Farm grow these particular varieties because they are super sweet and frankly taste more like candy corn than the regular stuff. The corn has a short shelf life, which is why you won’t find them in the grocery stores. Eat them as soon as possible. We’d like to suggest … Read More

Blueberry Bonanza

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These blue gems are perfect for any meal of the day! Blueberries aren’t just spectacularly delightful, they pack an unparalleled health-punch. Feeling guilty about all the maple syrup drowning your pancakes? Throw some antioxidant-rich blueberries in and all over them! Need a lunch or dinner dish that’s spiked with vitamins and minerals? Bet you didn’t think about easy grilled cheese with blueberries. … Read More

The British Are Coming

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English cucumbers may not sound familiar to you, but you’ve definitely crunched through one! These long, thin-skinned, and nearly seedless cukes are usually wrapped in plastic at the grocery store. We love them because you don’t need to peel, and you won’t get any complaints from the picky eaters if the skin stays on. These cukes are sweeter than your … Read More