How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 6/4/17)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 6/4/17)

Cabbage: Cabbage is a handy thing to have around. Don’t let it be that vegetable that sits in the bottom of your refrigerator drawer for months on end. There are endless opportunities to use it up. I’m constantly pulling mine out and adding it to my “just about anything”. I like to make cabbage “shavings”…

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Caramelized Leeks and Cabbage

Caramelized Leeks and Cabbage

We know some people aren’t huge fans of cabbage, because it can be bitter. Want to know some good news? It’s actually really, incredibly easy to make caramelized cabbage that isn’t bitter, bland or boring. Here’s what you’ll need: Caramelized Leeks and Cabbage 1 medium leek (or 1 medium onion) 1 1/2 tablespoon butter (or…

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Eating like it’s summer in the winter

There’s nothing like biting into a crisp, freshly picked sugar snap pea while basking in the summer sun. Or having a sweet tomato collapse and fall victim to your teeth as they sink into its tender red flesh. Commonly in the winter we find ourselves a slave to the stove, constantly roasting, braising, steaming or…

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Fresh This Week Tips 01.04.11

Citrus: Oranges, tangerines, lemons, limes and grapefruit are loaded with vitamin C. They’re great for juicing, flavoring baked goods or marinades, or just eating out of hand. Here’s the best way to keep them fresh, juicy and tasty for as long as possible. STORE: Keep citrus fruit at room temperature for up to a week. Keep…

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Fresh This Week Tips, Week 11.7.10

Fresh This Week Tips, Week 11.7.10 Pink Lady Apples STORE: Store in the crisper of your refrigerator for up to one month. PREP: Just wash and eat (or use in your favorite recipe). USE: Your Pink Lady apples are best for eating out of hand, using in pies or adding a sweet crunch to salads….

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Smashed Potato and Leek Soup

Adapted from www.soupchick.com Ingredients: 2 large leeks 1 lb new potatoes, washed but not peeled 2 strips no nitrate bacon 2 tsp olive oil or butter 1 Tbsp fresh thyme leaves, plus a few extra for garnish 4 cups homemade chicken stock (or low-sodium store-bought broth) Kosher salt, if needed (taste first; if you’re using…

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