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Grill Pack

 

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

 

Hoping for Pineapple, Corn, Yellow Squash, Mushrooms, Potatoes, Onions, Assorted Bell Peppers

Steak Topper Pack

 

Just add meat or a meaty veggetable and these toppers will put them over the top! Steak, burgers, chicken, pork, portabello mushrooms, cauliflower steaks – all will shine when topped with marinate, chiimchurri, mojo, gremolata, herbed butter, and sauteed veggies. This pack would make killer veggie fajitas, too! 

 

Hoping for Red Bell Peppers, White and Portabello Mushrooms, Onions, Limes, Fresh Thyme, Rosemary, Cilantro and Mint

Summer Snack Pack
 

With kids home it can feel like it’s always either meal time or snack time! This pack will be your no-cooking friend! Just grab these delicious treats and go and you will be a happy camper.

 

Hoping for Peaches, Oranges, Kiwi, Sugar Snap Peas, Banans, Apples, Celery

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Pickling Cucumbers

Approx 25 Lb

 

Firm and crunchy, these are perfect to pickle, slice for salads or as dippers, and chop for cold soups or dressings. My kids love these because they’re “just my size!”

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Jalapeno Peppers

Approx 35 Lb

 

Jalapeno peppers – a staple in many dishes that want a little (or a big!) kick! Think Central and South American and Southeast Asia cuisines! 

For our upcoming get-together, we’re thinking a whole mess of jalapeno poppers!

Don’t think you’ll use a whole pound? Easy! Rinse, dry, toss them in a freezer bag, and freeze! Pre-roast and chop or slice for a fast and easy addition to recipes.

I’m going to make cowboy candy this summer! My family is also a huge fan of poppers – here’s a fun recipe to get your taste buds started! 
http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/jalapeno-poppers-16333

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Red Cabbage 

Approx 50 Lb

 

Make sauerkraut, kimchi (my favorite!), dehydrate, saute, add to salads, make cabbage rolls, cabbage soup, and shred or quarter then blanche and freeze!

Tomatillos

Approx 20 Lb

 

Salsa Verde is my kryptonite! I can say no to many things, but never to tomatillo salsa. Store in the fridge in the papery husks for up to a month. Or remove husk, rinse, and  freeze whole or sliced! Raw they are citrus-y; roasted they are smokey-sweet! To roast, I throw them in the oven in the winter, on the bbq in the summer, along with whatever else I want roasted for my recipe. Try them in stews, salsas, dips, moles, sauces. YUM! Here’s my go-to recipe for Tomatillo Salsa.

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