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Organic Basket
100% Organic Produce

 

Just as cool as the Conventional Basket but 100% USDA Certified Organic Produce! Also worth noting; if you are concerned with GMO produce, USDA Certified Organic Produce is not to contain any GMOs and there is oversight and audit built into the certification process. So if GMOs concern you, please go with this option.​

Hostess Pack

 

Additions to round out your Thanksgiving feast! I like to prep ahead of time and freeze for a low-stress holiday!

 

Hoping for Rainbow Carrots, Russet Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Pineapple, Cantaloupe, Red Leaf Lettuce, Cranberries, and Green Apples.

Hardshell Squash Pack

 

Add extra veggies to your basket! These dinner vegetables will last on your countertop. So fun as a decoration, fun to prepare and eat!

 

Hoping for Red Kuri Squash, Kabocha Squash, Delicata Squash, Butternut Squash, Acorn Squash, Golden Nugget Squash, and Spaghetti Squash.

Italian Pack

 

Add an Italian dish to your Thanksgiving meal!

 

A variety of veggies to stretch your basket and round out your Italian-themed dishes! Think stuffed artichokes, eggplant parm, big pan of roasted Italian veggies, smooth or chunky sauce. Or be a rebel and go French with delicious and easy ratatouille!

 

Hoping for Yellow Squash, Artichokes, Zucchini, Garlic, Basil, Eggplant, Roma Tomatoes, and Red Onion.

Cortland

Apples

Approx 88 count

Approx 38 Lbs

 

This is a delicious eating apple – sweet, juicy, with a hint of tart! Also great in salads, pies, and crisps. Plenty of options to make some healthy and delicious snacks and treats, too – dried apples, apples sauce, fruit rolls, bottled apple pie filling, apple butter! 

Rainbow Carrots
Approx 25 Lbs

 

Shredded, steamed, peeled and dipped, juiced, pressure canned, pickled, par boiled and frozen, these carrots are multi-use! Roast them for a naturally sweet treat. My kids cheer when they see that big bag – it means apple/carrotjuice is on the menu for the week! Checkout our blog posts on carrots!

Fresh Cranberries
Approx twenty-four
12 oz bags

 

So many possibilities! Jams, jellies, relishes; teas; salads; breads and cookies; crisps and crumbles; sauces bottled or frozen; sorbet; toss in a smoothie, smother ice cream or yogurt. Enjoy!

Red Seedless Grapes
Approx 19 Lbs

 

If you ask my kids, grapes are nature’s candy! Great for eating fresh, my kids also love to eat them frozen and use them as ice cubes in their drinks – because they don’t dilute and they’re fun to eat! Add to fruit salad and green salad, the kids’ holiday punch, or sangria! You can be adventurous and make grape juice!

D’Anjou Pears
Approx 90 count

Approx 40 Lb
 

D’Anjou pears are sweet and juicy – a great addition to any lunchbox, recipe, or tabletop display. When perfectly ripe for fresh eating, the stem end will have a little give, then refrigerate to hold ripeness level. If you don’t eat them quickly enough, they’re marvelous in smoothies and pear butter!

Pineapple
Approx 7 count

 

Delicious sliced fresh and in smoothies, add to jams, and bottle chunks! Freezes beautifully for future smoothies or later processing. We make smoothie kits with our favorite fruit and veggie combos for dump, blend, and run mornings! Juice some up with oranges or mango for a super special and delicious breakfast beverage. Have you tried dehydrated pineapple? So easy and delicious! A perfect summer-y, sweet, and healthy snack at home or on the go.

My kids love Virgin Pina Coladas as a special treat, and they’re pros at making them – even my 8yo! Into the blender goes chunks of pineapple, coconut milk, and just a squeeze of lime. Add ice to make it a frozen dessert – No sugar or dairy required!

Poblano Chiles
Fresh chiles
Approx 25 Lbs

 

Often called Pasilla or Poblano chiles interchangably, these are the chiles that make my favorite dish – chile rellenos! Poblanostend to be a mild chile, but every so often can surprise you with some heat. Great in sauces like mole. Roast and peel, then can or freeze (or throw straight into eggs! Yum!) Roasted and dried, poblano chiles are called ancho chiles. 

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