Kohlrabi, Fleur du Maquis, Fourme aux Moelleux, Séka Hills Jerky

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares for the week of
May 17, 2023



Vegan Share

Purple Daikon* • Kohlrabi* • Valencia Oranges* • Spring Garlic* • English Peas* • Radicchio* • Red Kale*

Vegetarian Share

Vegan Produce* • Fleur du Maquis

Omnivore Share

Vegan Produce* • Canyon Meadow’s Flanken Style Short Ribs • Fleur du Maquis

Omnivore Share Plus

Vegan Produce • Christensen’s Pork Shoulder** •  Fleur du Maquis

Paleo Share

Vegan Produce • Christensen’s Pork Chops** • BK Family Farms Eggs**

Meat Only Share

Christensen’s Pork Chops**

Add-ons and Upgrades


Specialty Grocery Add-on

Hot Pepper Beef Sticks by Seka Hills

Cheese Upgrade

Fourme aux Moelleux by Rodolphe Le Meunier

Fruit Add-On

Mini Watermelon* & Strawberries*

Chocolate Add-on

Madhu Idukki Black Pepper 68% Chocolate

Eggs Add-on

BK Family Farms Eggs**

Juice Add-on

In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*

Item Highlights


Kohlrabi may look like a root vegetable, but it is actually related to cabbage, with a cabbage-like smell and the taste of broccoli stems. This makes it a great alternative to cabbage or turnips. This versatile vegetable can be roasted, steamed, stir-fried, or puréed in a soup. For a simple side dish, sauté the sliced kohlrabi in a bit of butter in a skillet. Once it begins to show some caramelization, season it with salt, nutmeg, and a little sugar​ for increased sweetness. Continue cooking until slightly al dente, with a bit of crispness, and serve it immediately. And don’t be afraid to try it raw. Slice the kohlrabi bulb thinly and add it to your favorite salad, perhaps along with the tender greens, or put some on your next vegetable platter and serve it with a tasty dip.

Fleur du Maquis

Fleur Du Maquis, meaning “flower of the maquis”, is a Corsican cheese made from the milk of the Lacaune ewes. It is also known by its other name; Brin d’Amour. This semi-soft cheese has a creamy, firm and a moist textured pate, which is covered by a natural, flavored rind. It takes between 2 weeks to 2-3 months for the cheese to fully ripen. During the making process, the cheese is covered with an aromatic coating of rosemary, fennel seeds, juniper berries and the occasional bird’s eye chili. It has a sour, citrusy taste and feels a bit mild in the mouth. With age, the cheese is dotted with blue-grey molds as the pate absorbs the herbal flavors of the rind. The strong characteristic flavors of the cheese are balanced by the delicate herbs. Because of its musty and nutty aroma, the cheese smells great too. Fleur Du Maquis matches nicely with Albarino, Riesling and Tempranillo.

Fourme aux Moelleux

Crafted by master cheesemaker and affineur Rodolphe Le Meunier, Fourme au Moelleux is a fabulous French bleu cheese injected with Vouvray, a sweet white wine from the Loire Valley. Fourme au Moelleux starts with a very famous cow’s milk blue cheese, Fourme D’Ambert. It’s creamy and dense, with a bold blue cheese taste that’s perfectly balanced and offset by the sweet wine, which turns a great cheese into a something very special. Complex and delicious, serve this buttery cheese as a dessert cheese, or crumbled over a fresh spring green salad.

Seka Hills Hot Pepper Beef Sticks

Séka Hills was named after the blue hills in Capay Valley where cattle graze lush meadows in the summer through winter. This particular Seka Hills jerky is made using the same free range cattle which are given the time to develop delicious, flavorful meat. As long-time cultural inhabitants of the Capay Valley, Séka Hills maintains a long-standing tradition of growing and creating incredible wines, nuts, & olive oils.

This Week's Recipes

What's Fresh at Liberty Heights Fresh!

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares May 16, 2024 Shares Vegan Share Yellow Potatoes* • Cara Cara

Shopping Cart

This website uses cookies

We use cookies to service the shopping cart on this site, to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services.