Italian Essentials

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Italy vibes from eastern US farmland? If you think about it, Italian cuisine’s foundation is a handful of quality ingredients. Lucky for you, we have the essentials for a robust pasta this week. Grab your olive oil and check out our roma tomatoes for grandma’s sauce, fresh basil and rosemary because you can’t live without it, garlic sea salt for … 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

SO Over Winter

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This week’s bag features overwintered rapini AKA broccoli rabe. What is overwintering, you ask? Overwintering means the seeds were planted in the fall so that crops can be harvested very early in the spring. With vegetables that have a high sugar content (think parsnips and carrots), this process can make the sugar content skyrocket and produce extra sweet veggies. Broccoli … Read More