Parsnip, Challerhocker, Jasper Hill Harbison, Blanxart Dark Chocolate with Marcona Almonds, & Villa Jerada Za’tar

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares
February 15, 2024

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Strawberry

Vegan Share

Celery* • Carrots* • Romaine* • Parsnip* • Yellow Potatoes* • Oranges* • Green Onions*

Vegetarian Share

Vegan Produce* • Challerhocker

Omnivore Share

Vegan Produce* • Christiansen’s Pork Chops** • Challerhocker

Omnivore Share Plus

Vegan Produce • Christiansen’s Lamb Chops** • Challerhocker

Paleo Share

Vegan Produce • D’artagnan Bison Top Sirloin* • Chino Valley Eggs*

Meat Only Share

Christiansen’s Baby Back Ribs**

Add-ons and Upgrades

blueberry

Specialty Grocery Add-on

Villa Jerada Za’atar

Cheese Upgrade

Jasper Hill Harbison 

Fruit Add-On

Bananas* + Papaya*

Chocolate Add-on

Blanxart Dark Chocolate with Marcona Almonds

Eggs Add-on

Chino Valley Eggs*

Juice Add-on

In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*

*  = Organic

** = Locally sourced

Item Highlights

Parsnip

This humble and highly underrate root vegetable is versatile, easy to work with, and full of flavor. Parsnips are a cousin of the carrot, in the same family as celery, parsley, and fennel. Parsnips appreciate cold temperatures and get sweeter after a cold snap, making them the perfect winter vegetable. Parsnips can be used in place of potatoes for a mash, added to soups and stews, shaved for salads, and even used as a fun addition to carrot cake.

Challerhocker

This approachable, meltable raw cow’s milk Alpine cheese is not one to miss. Created under the care of cheesemaker Walter Räss and cellar-aged for ten months, Challerhocker has notes of toasted almond, onion, and butter scotch. Put this umami-bomb in fondues, on grilled cheese and hamburgers, or even melt over a hearty french onion soup. Pair with Old World Cabernets, Dry Riesling, or Tequila Reposada for a more unique approach.

Jasper Hill 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.

Villa Jerada Za’tar

This versatile spice is sustainably and cooperatively grown, harvested, blended, and sourced from Palestinian and Israeli women. They are working beyond borders to break down barriers of cultural understanding through food. This Za’atar is made with hyssop, sumac, sesame, olive oil, and sea salt. Best used in savory baked dishes, on grilled chicken, roasted vegetables, or mixed with labneh and spread on top of pita. 

Blanxart Dark Chocolate with Marcona Almonds

It was in April of 1954 when the master chocolatier, Francesc Agrás, embarked on a long journey through the best patisseries and confectioneries in Europe. His passion for excellence in artisan confectionery was the seed that led to the founding of one of the most renowned Catalan chocolate factories: Bombons Blanxart. This evolved into one of the best artisanal chocolate companies whilst still maintaining single-origin bean to bar chocolate. Enjoy this week’s decadent 60% dark chocolate with genuine Marcona Almonds straight out of the package!

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