Beet Berry Jam

The beetroot is the taproot portion of the beet plant and most commonly known as simply the beet in North America. It was first cultivated by the Romans and belongs to the same family as chard and spinach. It is usually deep purple in color but can also be white

This Week’s Box, 10/13/14

In this week’s box you will find a selection of the following: Fruit box : Peaches, pluots,  persimmons, grapes, asian pears, and  plums Vegetables box: Green onion,  zucchini, opo squash, romaine, green  lettuce, red beets, white carrots,  golden beets, parsley, and cilantro

Salmon Jicama Tacos with Coleslaw

Jicama is a round bulbous root and a member of the legume family native to Mexico and South America. Although there are several species of jicama, the one most commonly found in markets is the Pachyrhizus Erosus. The jicama vine is sensitive to the cold and requires 9 months without

This Week’s Box, 10/6/14

In this week’s box you will find a selection of the following: From left to right: romaine lettuce, jicama, green onion, zucchini, green lettuce, white carrots, golden beets, orange carrots  

Sweet Potato Ginger Soup

The Sweet Potato is a large starchy root vegetable native to the tropic regions in America. It has smooth skin with colors ranging from yellow, red, brown, orange, purple, and white. It is a prominent member of the Convolvulaceae family and only distantly related to the potato. Sweet potatoes vary

This Week’s Box, 9/29/14

In this week’s  box you will find a selection of the following vegetables: From left to right: White carrots, green onions, romaine lettuce, golden beets, eggplant, zucchini, white sweet potato, green lettuce, orange carrots.

Kabocha Squash Fries

The Kabocha squash is an Asian variety of the winter squash and a member of the species Cucurbita Maxima. Kabocha generally have a rough knobbly exterior that can be deep green or orange in color with a rich yellow-orange center. The flavor is strong but also sweet and the flesh

This Week’s Box, 9/22/14

In this week’s box you will find a selection of the following. From left to right green onion white carrots golden beets kabocha squash parsley thyme romaine lettuce mint orange carrots

Carrot Zucchini Bread

The word carrot comes from the Latin word carota. It is one of the most popular root vegetables in the U.S, usually orange in color however it can also be purple, white, red, and yellow. Carrots are highly nutritious vegetables rich in vitamin A and antioxidants. The domestic carrot has

This Week’s Box, 9/15/14

In this week’s box you will find a selection of the following. From left to right white carrots orange carrots miniature white cucumbers pattypan squash roma tomatoes green chard green onion golden beets romaine lettuce