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Juice Pack

 
This pack is great for juicers as well as those who just like some additional veggies and fruits! 
 
Hoping for Cucumbers, Celery, Kale, Oranges, Limes, Apples, Beets, and Fresh Ginger

Soup Pack

 

We love soup regardless of the weather! You can even use this as the basis for stew. The possibilities are endless.  

These ingredients make for a great base for lentil soup, zuppa toscana, beef stew, and hearty chicken stew.

Hoping for Carrots, Leeks, Onions, Celery, Yukon Gold Potatoes, Fresh Thyme and Bay

Bananas

Approx 38 Lbs

 

Your very own case of bananas! We love to freeze them for smoothies and shakes or rainy day banana bread. Or dehydrate them for chips. Let your imagination fly! We’ve been enjoying mini banana muffins in lunchboxes for a couple of weeks – perfect for lunchboxes and snacks!

Cilantro

Approx 3 bunches

 

There are a few herbs I can’t live without – and cilantro is one of them! We love fresh cilantro to perk up all of the things! We top all Mexican dishes, most Asian dishes, salads, stirfrys, eggs, salad dressings; we stir into sour cream and oils; and, of course, mix in sweet and savory salsas – which we make weekly!

Kale

Approx 24 bunches

 

Make kale chips (a family favorite!); braised kale; kales salad; juice it or put it in smoothies, egg scrambles, pasta, and soups and stews; and on pizza! This superfood veggie is so versatile and so good for you. My current daily breakfast: fresh kale, sweet potato (cubed, roasted, and frozen), chopped garlic, olive oil in a pan; top with a fried egg, homemade sriracha, and crumbled bacon or sausage if there’s any languishing in the fridge! It is an amazing start to my day!

Jalapeno 
Peppers

Approx Half 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

Tomatillos

Approx 35 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 roasted Tomatillo Salsa.

Raw Honey

Approx 5 Lb plastic jug

 

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

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