Shiitake Mushrooms, Provolone Piccante, Sea Breeze, Spiced Raisin Marmalata

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares for the week of
March 16, 2023

Shares

Strawberry

Vegan Share

Russet Potatoes* • Yellow Onions* • D’Anjou Pears* • Zucchini Squash* • Broccoli* • Shiitake Mushrooms* • Red Leaf Lettuce*

Vegetarian Share

Vegan Produce* • Provolone Piccante Silano

Omnivore Share

Vegan Produce* • Dartagnan Bison Top Sirloin* • Provolone Piccante Silano

Omnivore Share Plus

Vegan Produce • Christiansen’s Pork Chops** • Provolone Piccante Silano

Paleo Share

Vegan Produce • Canyon Meadows Beef Ribeye** • 

Meat Only Share

Canyon Meadows Beef Ribeye**

Add-ons and Upgrades

blueberry

Specialty Grocery Add-on

Le Bon Magot Spiced Raisin Marmalata

Cheese Upgrade

Sea Breeze by Blakesville Creamery

Fruit Add-On

Pineapple* & Blackberries*

Chocolate Add-on

9th & Larkin DR Zorzal 72% Dark Chocolate

Eggs Add-on

Eggs are not available this week due to distribution error. Accounts will be credited accordingly. 

Juice Add-on

In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*

Item Highlights

Shiitake Mushrooms

First cultivated in China between 1000 and 1100 A.D., the shiitake is revered in Asia for its culinary and reputed medicinal qualities. It’s the second most cultivated mushroom in the world. They’re high in fiber, low in calories, and contain lots of important vitamins. Shiitake mushrooms provide a beautiful umami flavor to any dish they’re apart of. Shiitake mushrooms are great in stir fry, for example, adding protein and meaty flavor to vegetable stir fry particularly. They add a deep savory flavor to stocks and broths, and are excellent in soups. They’re great in pasta dishes or other cooked grains.

Provolone Piccante

This impressive Provolone Piccante is a star on an antipasto plate – serve it alongside some Italian olives and thin slices of Prosciutto di Parma with rustic Italian to get any dinner party going. A popular grating cheese, we recommend grating over pizzas, pastas and anything else that may call for cheese toppings – especially tasty when accompanied by a full-bodied red like Nebbiolo. You can also serve as part of a cheeseboard featuring red grapes, pears and figs to enhance its bold flavors.

Sea Breeze

With a dense, velvety texture, and an incredibly thin rind, Lake Breeze brings a mineral tang and an herbal earthiness reminiscent of Loire Valley cheeses. This pasturized goat cheese is made by Blakesville Creamery in Ozuakee, Wisconsin. It’s aged for 2-3 weeks to acquire the perfect texture and taste. Pair with your favorite cracker or crostini and a tart berry jam.

Le Bon Magot Spiced Raisin Marmalata

This marmalade transports you down the Silk Road, through oud-scented kasbahs and bustling markets. This is the backdrop of this Spiced Raisin Marmalata: dark raisins hang in a sweet-‘n-spicy syrup, honoring ras al hanout, North Africa’s signature blend of rose petals, cinnamon, and cardamom. Bake up a spiced version of a traditional oatmeal raisin cookie or replace traditional mincemeat in your holiday pies. While the peppery taste pairs with game, pork, poultry and cheeses, riff on a PB&J with feta and pine nuts for an East-meets-West treat!

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