Recipes

Greek Gods and Conehead Caraflex

Donna WilliamsAugust 05, 2020

Caraflex cabbage is a sweet and tender cabbage, that is hands down the best tasting cabbage available and a great alternative or addition to salad. Even if you are not a cabbage-lover you will enjoy Caraflex. The Caraflex variety is lovingly nicknamed “Conehead” cabbage because of its striking resemblance to...

Cheery Cherries

Donna WilliamsAugust 05, 2020

The first cherries of the season have arrived!! Break out the red carpet for these sweet things. Around here, the first cherries of the season are the blush sweet cherries, the most common variety are Rainier. This week you will be getting a similar variety called Emperor Francis…only royalty for Field...

Cherry While You Can

Donna WilliamsAugust 05, 2020

This week is cherry week. Cherries (especially sour cherries) have a short harvest window and can be easily damaged by too much rain so you need to get them when you can. This week we have cherries in the bag and Montmorency red sour cherries as the Fruit Subscription. THE BEST WAY...

SO Over Winter

Donna WilliamsAugust 04, 2020

This week’s bag features overwintered rapini AKA broccoli rabe. What is overwintering, you ask? Overwintering means the seeds were planted in the fall so that crops can be harvested very early in the spring. With vegetables that have a high sugar content (think parsnips and carrots), this process can make the...