These apples are an early variety called lodi, which are best used for cooking, because they are too sour to eat fresh. Make sauces, chutney, jams, or bake in the oven with some sugar and cinnamon.
We love to slice our summer squash and sauté them as a side dish. They are also lovely on the grill!
Blackberries are wonderfully nutritious. Eat them fresh, bake them into pancakes, or enjoy as desert with whipped cream or ice cream.
Brassica Braising Mix
Greens greens greens! Sauté them, cook them into soups, or juice them for added nutrients!
Fresh Coriander Seeds
This plant is known as cilantro before it goes to seed, and is called Coriander once it bolts! You may be familiar with the spice, as it is used to season a wide variety of dishes. Check out the buttons below today for some more ideas.
Heirloom Cherry Tomato Medley
Yum! Tomatoes are finally here! Enjoy these for fresh snacking or in a Caprese salad!
Wild Cherry Plums
These delicious little bite-sized plums are just ripening on the wild cherry plum trees in the food forest.
Click on the “button” ingredients below to discover recipes or nutritional info!