FEBRUARY 24. . . .IT’S cold outside, so let’s talk about food! Warm, winter-wonderful food. Fresh, energizing food. Organic Rabbit Food.
ALTHOUGH THE CSA has had to cancel its Wednesday delivery, Sami’s should be delivered tomorrow, and Renee has assured us that she will be in town with eggs. Hopefully, Historic Springs will be able to make a Hydrate delivery soon too.
THURSDAY’S TRUCK promises ALO drinks, organic cashew butter, sale-priced Bragg apple cider vinegar, organic medjool dates, organic date pieces in oat flour, organic figs, canned organic pintos, canned organic olives, dark chocolate coated goji berries, Justin’s organic peanut butter cups, organic palm oil, avocado oil, and more. The heirloom beans–the organic flageolets and organic black orcas–have been a treat to prepare and eat, just the thing for snow days. Next week, I’ll look to try a few more unusual sounding soup beans to see the cold weather out!
ORGANIC PRODUCE FRIDAY: grapefruit, broccoli, red cabbage, celery greenleaf, baby bellas, sweet potatoes, russet potatoes, braeburn apples, pink lady apples.
WHY WAIT? There are delicious items of organic produce in stock right now. Carrots are fresh, and there are still a couple of bunches of celery. The green cabbage looks great, and there are bagged red potatoes and bagged yellow potatoes, plus a few sweet potatoes still left. The garlic and ginger looks great. Probably best of all right now are the navel oranges; the peeling falls away really easily, the fruit breaks into sections, and it tastes wonderfully fresh and juicy and mmmm! Lemons and limes are also in the organic produce section, and the romas look wonderful and are a good price too. Speaking of good price, the best right now is on the red peppers, and there are plenty. Did I mention onions, red and yellow both? No need to wait–delicious organic food is here!
Winter is wonderful with Rabbit Food