East Egg Radishes, Drunken Cheddar, Harbison, 60% Dark Chocolate with Peanut Butter, & Wild Spicy Sardines

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares for the week of
April 18, 2024



Vegan Share

Yellow Potatoes* • Fennel* • Rhubarb* • Easter Egg Radishes* • Snap Peas* • Green Kale* • Italian Parsley*

Vegetarian Share

Vegan Produce* • Gold Creek Drunken Cheddar

Omnivore Share

Vegan Produce* • Christiansen’s Ground Pork** • Gold Creek Drunken Cheddae

Omnivore Share Plus

Vegan Produce • Christiansen’s Chorizo and Pork Belly** • Gold Creek Drunken Cheddar

Paleo Share

Vegan Produce • Christiansen’s Pork Tenderloin* • High Desert Farms Eggs**

Meat Only Share

Christensen’s Lamb Shoulder**

Add-ons and Upgrades


Specialty Grocery Add-on

Matiz Wild Spicy Sardines

Cheese Upgrade

Jasper Hill Mini Harbison

Fruit Add-On

Strawberries* + Fuji Apples*

Chocolate Add-on

Askinosie 60% Dark Chocolate and Peanut Butter

Eggs Add-on

High Desert Ranch Eggs**

Juice Add-on

In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*

*  = Organic

** = Locally sourced

Item Highlights

Easter Egg Radish

Radishes are native to Asia and are believed by experts to have been growing wild in regions of China and Central Asia. Before the 16th century, most radish varieties were large, tough, and elongated. As demand for smaller radishes increased in Europe, breeders developed compact, circular radish varieties for everyday use, including globe-type radishes. In the late 20th century, seed packets were developed to have a mix of colored radishes, creating what is now known as Easter Egg radishes.

Easter Egg radishes are a source of vitamin C to strengthen the immune system while reducing inflammation, potassium to balance fluid levels within the body, and calcium to protect bones and teeth. The roots also provide fiber to regulate the digestive tract, iron to develop the protein hemoglobin for oxygen transport through the bloodstream, and contain other nutrients, including vitamin E, magnesium, & B vitamins.

Easter Egg radishes are known for their colorful nature and crisp, snap-like consistency and have a mild and peppery flavor with earthy and sweet undertones. Easter Egg radishes generally have a mild, peppery flavor suited for fresh and cooked preparations. The roots should be washed and can be consumed straight out of hand, or they can be sliced and layered on salted butter bread. Easter Egg radishes can also be used as colorful, edible garnish, displayed on crudité platters, tossed into salads or shredded into slaws.

Gold Creek Drunken Cheddar

Gold Creek Farms is a family-owned cheese making facility set on 130 acres in idyllic Woodland, Utah. They grow all their own alfalfa, fertize with their cow manure, and only utilize antibiotics if cows are sick, and which times the cows won’t be used for milk production while being treated. Production is all done on site and kept to a small scale, with complete dedication to local consumers. This three-year aged cheddar is inspired by local Utah winery, Castle Creek, and utilizes their unique red blend to soak the cheese, leaving it with a fruity, earthy flavor.

Jasper Hill Mini Harbison

Harbison by Jasper Hill is a true queen of bark wrapped cheeses. This soft-ripened cheese has a rustic, bloomy rind that wrapped in spruce harvested from the woodlands around Jasper Hill. The wrap not only imparts flavor but also aids in keeping the cheese together as it ages and becomes fondue-like in texture. Woodsy and sweet, the best way to eat Harbison is to cut off the top leaving the spruce wrap in tact, and spoon it out onto crackers or crusty bread with a fruit mostarda. Pairs well with oakey white wine or barrel-aged sours.

Matix Wild Spicy Sardines

Matiz sardines are caught from stocks in the waters of Spain, Italy, and Croatia – considered some of the finest in the world. Plump, tender, and rich, they are hand-packed in Spanish olive oil with Piri Piri chilis peppers. Take this tin on a hike with a crusty baguette or add to a date night charcuterie board alongside whole grain crackers and an artichoke bruschetta.

Askinosie 60% Dark Chocolate with Peanut Butter

Askinosie was founded by a father-daughter team and is one of the first craft chocolate companies in the US. Their company is founded on the values of minimal environment impact, fairness, sustainability, and community enhancement. This bar is made with natural crunchy peanut butter from Big Spoon Roasters.

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