There’s a lot of delicious produce going out this week! We’ve got a Munchin’ Mix from Jonathan’s Organic, broccoli, onions, potatoes, and more. We’re also getting more of that sweet California citrus shipped by train. And if you’re watching the Super Bowl this weekend, we have awesome local salsa for your party! Check out the newsletter!
Archive for January, 2012
Toot toot! Our Minneola tangelos and Gold Nugget mandarins came in from California by train this week! Get a discount on our Feb. 4 cooking class at Boston Center for Adult Education, and check out this week’s recipes in the newsletter!
We had a great time at the NOFA/Mass Winter Conference this past weekend! We’re looking forward to the Boston Wine Expo and Be Healthy Boston over the next two weeks, and we also have a cooking class at the Boston Center for Adult Education coming up on February 4th. Find out what’s in this week’s produce boxes and learn a little bit about orange coloration in this week’s newsletter!
We’re getting German Butterball potatoes from Maine this week! We’re also looking forward to carrots, beets, and parsnips from Winter Moon Farm, along with Romaine lettuce, tomatoes, and Florida citrus. There are lots of great events coming up over the next few weeks, including a special Boston Organics cooking class at the Boston Center for Adult Education on February 4! Check out the newsletter!
Hey there locavores! Check out what we’ve got in this week’s Dogma Box, a box of produce that’s organic and sourced as locally as possible.
- Carrots - Winter Moon Farm (Hadley, MA)
- Beets - Winter Moon Farm (Hadley, MA)
- Turnips - Winter Moon Farm (Hadley, MA)
- Yellow Onions – Porter Farms (Elba, NY)
- Daikon Radish - Deep Root Organic Coop (Johnson, VT)
- Rutabaga – Deep Root Organic Coop (Johnson, VT)
- Rainbow Potato Mix - Misty Meadows Farm (Grand Isle, ME)
- Butternut Squash - Lakeside Organics (Hadley, MA)
- Empire Apples - Dwight Miller and Son Orchards (E. Dummerston, VT)
It can take a little more effort to cook all these root veggies from week to week, but don’t worry – we’re here to help! Here are some recipes that you might want to try out with your Dogma Box this week:
Rutabaga and Greens Fritatta - A fritatta is always a great way to use a variety of veggies. This is a simple recipe that calls for rutabaga and cooked greens such as kale or collards. As always, you can adapt this recipe based on what you have on hand. Use your imagination!
Sausage and Turnip Gratin Pasta - Who said turnips had to be a side dish? You can take turnips to the next level in this hearty recipe (and use veggie sausage if meat isn’t your thing!).
Herbed Winter Vegetable Roast - A great recipe to adapt with any root vegetables you have lying around! This recipe calls for butternut squash, carrots, parsnips, and onion.
Roasted Butternut Squash Ravioli with Sage Brown Butter Sauce – Sage and butternut squash are a match made in heaven, and this recipe really brings that out.
It’s the first newsletter of 2012! Happy New Year to you and your loved ones, we hope you had a lovely holiday season. Now that the holidays are over, we can get back to doing what we do best: making sure you eat your fruits and veggies! This week’s produce includes purple top turnips, Chioggia beets, sweet potatoes, Roma tomatoes, and more Florida citrus. Also, we’ve got dried black beans available for you to add on to your order, just in time for those hearty winter soups and chilis! Check out more produce news and yummy recipes in the newsletter!