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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.​

Grill Pack

 

Add extra produce to your basket! All of these items are awesome plain, marinated, or sauced on the grill

 

Hoping for Corn, Pineapple, Mini Sweet Peppers, Red Potatoes, Red Onions, Mushrooms, and Yellow Squash

Salad Pack

 

One of our all-time favorite packs! We serve a salad nearly every night; its such an easy way to get veggie goodness into our families! We love raw ingredients, of course. We also love adding roasted veggies or fruits, chopped or slivered nuts, and homemade dressings with herbs, vinegar or lemon juice, and a healthy oil. We also love to packlunchtime lettuce wraps with lettuce and ingredients of all types!

Hoping for Boston and Romaine Lettuce, Carrots, Celery, Red Onions, Roma Tomatoes, Green Bell Peppers and English Cucumbers

Tropical Pack

 

tropical-themed variety to inspire you! Serve up a tropical fruit salad or smoothie for Sunday brunch and make fun and refreshing flavored waters.

 

Hoping for Hoping for Coconut, Pineapple, Kiwi, Mango, Avocado, Plantain and Papaya

 

Simple Fruit Water / Agua Fresca

Fruit water, or agua fresca, is so refreshing
and so easy!

Toss fruit into a pitcher or jar and steep for a bit and enjoy; or throw the fresh fruit(s) in the blender, add water, sugar, and lime juice, pour over ice, and be transported to the tropics

Blueberries
Approx twelve dry pints

 

Don’t leave these sitting! No matter how you preserve them, these little gems are delicious! They dehydrate well, jam up nicely, can star in an amazing pie, and are great to snack on too! We love to add them to pancakes, muffins, and scones.

Cantaloupe

Approx 9 count

 

Such a sweet treat! My kids love cantaloupe. They love them sliced, cubed, blended, wrapped with prosciutto, and on fruit kabobs!

Celery

Approx 24 stalks

 

Cut up for easy snacks, use to shovel up your favorite dips, juice, slice and freeze, roast, braise, pickle or add into relish, stir-fry, throw into soups and stews and salads, or dehydrate! Grab some carrots and some onions, chop up a bunch for mirepoix, and throw in the freezer for easy starts to innumerable savory dishes! 

 Mangoes

Approx 12 count

 

Mangoes are a great, fresh addition to salsas, smoothies, yogurt, granola! Make mango water, mango sorbet, or mango-mint limeade!​

Yellow Peaches
Approx 25 Lb

Approx 68 ct

 

Summer means stone fruit! Peaches freeze and bottle beautifully. We love them just fresh or alongside a fun snack platter: sheep’s cheese, figs, almonds, cherries, apricots, berries, and sweet citrus (with the first three is my absolute favorite!). You can grill or poach them, too – and, of course, make jam or jelly, syrup, compote. Infuse summertime drinks, add to smoothies, popsicles, sorbets, cobblers, top desserts, ice cream, yogurt, and granola. Wonderful!

Russet Potatoes

Approx 50 Lbs

Approx ten 5 Lb bags

 

Mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, potato soup, potatoes in stews! How about make-ahead mashed or twice-baked potatoes? Perfect to ease your holiday cooking! There are several ways to store potatoesfor long-term storage:  use a root cellar, dehydrate, freeze, bottle. Root cellar: a dark, cool, dry place with a consistent temperature of 35-40 degrees and some ventilation. No fruits in there with the potatoes! To dehydrate: Wash, then slice or dice, blanch, and dehydrate. Peel only if desired (I never do!). To use, rehydrate and cook like you would raw potatoes. Freeze: make twice-baked potatoes, my sons’ *favorite* method! Make and freeze mashed potatoes, the second favorite method among the menfolk in my house. Or slice for fries, par-cook, and freeze for later. Bottling: potatoes must be pressure-canned, and having a shelf full of bottled potato is sure to make lunch and supper sides quick and easy! Hot hint: we take dehydrated potatoes and twice-baked potatoes camping and stay-cationing. Makes for easy breakfasts and excellent supper sides (re)baked in the fire!

Split Peas

Approx 25 Lbs

Dry

 

I save ham bones in the freezer just for split pea soup! A perfect food storage item – and green and yellow split peas and lentil can be used interchangeably. Try Split Pea Soup, Dahl, Hummus, Split Pea Burgers (vegetarian or vegan!), and they’re gorgeous and delicious cooked and topping any salad! I love marinating them (cooked) at the bottom of my week’s stock of salad-in-a-jar.

Local Honey

Approx 80 oz container

Approx 5 Lb

 

Honey in a plastic bucket. Delicious! For more general information on honey, see  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/honey

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