Grits for the Grill, and Polenta Of Them!

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We’re getting a nice pantry staple this week: POLENTA. The Italian cooks in the crowd are probably pretty psyched to see this cornmeal classic. It’s super easy to make and incredibly versatile. 1 cup meal to 4 cups of water – you can always add more water if it’s not creamy enough. What’s perfect for summer is making it up … 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

Pickle That!!!

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Worried about getting through all the bounty of the season? Or better yet – worried you’ll miss all this good stuff when the season is over? Here’s a solution: pickling! It’s an easy process that allows you to savor all this good stuff. All you’ll need is vinegar, some herbs & spices, and jars. Here’s how to pickle strawberries, chard … Read More

Get Your Greens!

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Last week we really gave you the scoop on what to do with your greens. This week, we realized we didn’t dish on HOW you get your greens. You may have noticed these greens are a little damp in your bag. That’s because farmers harvested the morning of packing!! That morning, the farmer harvests the greens and dunks ’em in … Read More