This Week's Bag

Organic Shallots From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA The versatile shallot is a member of the onion family. With a flavor similar to a milder, sweeter onion with notes of garlic, shallots can be used to add depth and richness to salad dressings, sauces and sautés. With a copper…
Organic Large Artichokes From RODONI FARMS, Santa Cruz, CA Baby artichokes may be braised, steamed, roasted, boiled, baked, marinated and hearts preserved in oil. When slow-cooked, such as roasting, braising and poaching, artichokes become tender, more flavorful and they absorb the savory flavors around them most optimally. Artichokes pair well…
MIXED SALAD GREENS From LA NAY FERME, PROVO, UT A mixture of small, young salad greens, herbs and edible flowers. The greens are a mixture of textures and sweet, spicy and bitter flavors. Among the greens commonly found in the mixture are arugula, dandelion, frisée, mizuma, mâche, radicchio, oak leaf,…
Organic Sweet Carrots From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA Carrots are thought to have originated in Iran and Afghanistan. A distant relative of parsley, fennel and dill, carrots were originally raised for their aromatic leaves and seeds. Although delicious and satisfying when raw, carrots are actually better for you…
White Sweet Corn White corn is a sweet corn variety. Its ear is wrapped in layered green to white husks. Both the kernels and milk of white corn are white in color. It has a very high percentage of sugar and water in the composition of the kernels. When at…
Garlic Scapes From SANDHILL FARMS, Ogden Valley, UT    Garlic Scapes are distinguished by their lengthy, smooth and solid stems. Garlic Scapes are a versatile ingredient and can be used both as a vegetable and an herb in raw and cooked preparations. They can be grilled, roasted, sautéed, chopped and added…
Organic Green Beans From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA Green Beans aka French beans are a member of the Fabaceae family - cousins of peas and most common bean varieties. However, green beans are bred specifically for their pod, not their seeds. With a bright green color, both the…
  EXTRA ITEM ADDED: Organic Rapini aka Broccoli Rabe From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA A relative of both the cabbage and the turnip, up until about thirty years ago, rapini was used in the US primarily for commercial animal feed. However, rapini has long been a favorite in…
Organic Strawberries From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA In peak sweet season from April to June, strawberries are considered a nutrient dense super fruit due to their high levels of Vitamin C, potent antioxidants, and potassium.   While commonly enjoyed raw as a snack, sliced onto cereal, and in a…
Organic Escarole From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA A member of the chicory family, escarole is characterized by its dark green curly outer leaves with a distinct bitterness, that reveal increasingly lighter and sweeter leaves inside. The heartier outer leaves are perfect for braising or in soups, while the…
Organic Escarole From COKE FARM, San Juan Bautista, CA A member of the chicory family, escarole is characterized by its dark green curly outer leaves with a distinct bitterness, that reveal increasingly lighter and sweeter leaves inside. The heartier outer leaves are perfect for braising or in soups, while the…
This Week's Bag: Asparagus Conventionally Grown in Southwestern Idaho by  SWEET VALLEY GROWERS   The parts of the asparagus that we eat are the sprouts.  Originally from North Africa and Europe, asparagus is a member of the lily family.  With long green stalks and its trademark evergreen tree tips, versatile asparagus can…
Organic Collard Greens From JTF ORGANIC FARM A staple in Southern US cooking, collard greens are a relative of cabbage and broccoli and share the same nutritious one-two punch as kale. A good source of Vitamin C and fiber, collard greens are thought to have potent anti-cancer properties. Store wrapped…
Organic Small Artichokes From RODONI FARMS, Santa Cruz, CA Artichokes are thought to have originated in North Africa, where they still grow wild today. They were introduced to the United States in the 19th century by French and Spanish immigrants. Artichokes can be enjoyed in a multitude of ways. To…
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