It’s a cauliflower feast this week – with fresh-off-the-farm white cauliflower bigger than our heads! If you’re staring at its massive size thinking, “now how do I prepare this?” – don’t fret. You’re in for a real treat with our Read on!
Inspired by Goan, Indian, and Portuguese cuisine, Vixen’s Wedding in East Austin is known for their colorful dishes with bright, bold flavors to match. Using locally sourced ingredients, Chef Todd Duplechan brings the heat to every item on the menu. Read on!
Massaman is an Indian-inspired curry that typically calls for more dried spices than other Thai curries. It’s usually made in a big batch to share family style, allowing the flavors to marry in the time it takes to make from scratch (Scratch Read on!
Our lifestyle & recipe guru Rebecca Lilly Costa is at it again! Stay cool this summer with this light and bright fresh salad that Rebecca was inspired to create with her Farmhouse Delivery groceries. It’s delicious and so simple to Read on!
Summer and peaches are a match made in heaven! Our contributing lifestyle blogger, Rebecca Costa, submitted this delicious way of using those peaches in your produce box to make the perfect summer treat: “I made a peach cobbler smoothie with Read on!
Have a Produce Box on the way to your door? Take a gander at the printable versions of our quick, hearty recipes below to make use of all your fruits and veggies, and take a shortcut in the kitchen: Avocado Read on!
This Shepherd’s Pie recipe from The Real Food Dieticians calls for sweet potatoes, making it paleo & Whole 30 friendly! (You can substitute regular potatoes if that’s your thing.) Perfect for freezing and reheating on a busy weeknight, it’s a Read on!
Quick Combos: Sorrel, Pea Shoots, Creamer Peas, Butternut Squash, Red Potatoes, Summer Squash Sorrel The lemony flavor of sorrel is fantastic with potatoes–make a quick soup by sautéing onions and garlic in a little butter, then add sliced new Read on!
Spanish Sweet Potato Tortilla with Salsa Verde 3 medium sweet potatoes, peeled, halved lengthwise, and sliced as thinly as possible (a mandoline will do the best job) salt & pepper to taste 1 1/4 c. olive oil 1 small onion, Read on!