Chanterelle’s, Tete de Moine, Tea Rose, & Carob Syrup

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares for the week of
June 7, 2023

Shares

Strawberry

Vegan Share

Sweet Potato* • Grapefruit* • Zucchini Squash* • Green Onion* • Green Kale* • Shiitake Mushroom* • Chanterelle Mushroom*

Vegetarian Share

Vegan Produce* • Tete de Moine

Omnivore Share

Vegan Produce* • Christensen’s Ground Lamb** • Tete de Moine

Omnivore Share Plus

Vegan Produce • Canyon Meadow’s New York Steaks** •  Tete de Moine

Paleo Share

Vegan Produce • D’Artagnan Duck Leg Confit* • BK Family Farms Eggs**

Meat Only Share

D’Artagnan Duck Leg Confit*

Add-ons and Upgrades

blueberry

Specialty Grocery Add-on

Carob Syrup by Canaan

Cheese Upgrade

Tea Rose by Capriole

Fruit Add-On

Coke Farms Strawberries*

Chocolate Add-on

Orinoco Venezuela 74% Chocolate

Eggs Add-on

BK Family Farms Eggs**

Juice Add-on

In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*

Item Highlights

Chanterelle Mushrooms

Chanterelle mushrooms are one of the most well known wild edible mushrooms. This is because these beautiful deep orange mushrooms provide a unique, delicate texture and flavor that chefs and foodies love. Chanterelles are packed so full of savory, woodsy mushroom flavor and velvety, unctuous mouthfeel that they don’t need a spicy or savory seasonings to make them excel at the table. Serve pan-seared by themselves, atop a steak, or in a creamy pasta to make these wild-foraged beauties shine.

Tete de Moine

Made from fresh, part-skim cow’s milk, this tangy, semi-hard cheese ages on small spruce planks. Connoisseurs prize it for its sharp, aromatic character. Rather than slice this cheese, it is best gently pared with a girolle, a tool that creates decorative rosettes and reveals the sharp, aromatic character. One of the stronger, sweeter Swiss cheeses we’ve experienced, it pairs nicely with fresh or dried fruits or hearty dessert wines of equal intensity.

Tea Rose

Capriole Creamery, based out of Greenville, Indiana, is one of the most prolific goat cheese makers in the US. They are constantly innovating and creating while maintaining the beautiful classic taste of their amazing products. Capriole’s new Tea Rose cheese is named after the matriarch of their milking herd: the beautiful Chamoisee doe who’s also featured on the creamery’s cheese labels. Fragrant herbs, flower petals, and a touch of fennel pollen subtly compliment the light, delicate paste of this fresh, vibrant goats’ milk cheese and reminds us of the best of the season

Carob Syrup

Carob Syrup is completely natural, derived from cooking bean like pods down into a delicious syrup from ancient carob trees intercropped with in the olive landscape as a traditional form of permaculture. Carefully hand picked and cared for by family owned and operated farms, this versatile & savory natural syrup adds body and sweetness to any dish. Drizzle over meats, mix with spices to make all kinds of sauces or simply give yourself a sweet savory spoon full to start the day.

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