This week’s share will contain either delicata or sweet dumpling squash, both of which are excellent for individual servings. They are delicious served with butter, salt and pepper, and a sprinkle of parmesan cheese, or you may enjoy them stuffed a variety of ways. Named for its delicate tender skin, the delicata squash measures about […]
Nothing beats the flavor of a pie pumpkin, with its sweet taste and smooth texture. It provides the most vitamin A of all the common fruits and vegetables, and is also high in iron, potassium, and phosphorus. Save the seeds–they are an excellent snack, offer additional nutritional benefits and can be seasoned a variety of ways. Store […]
Developed in the 1960’s at the University of Minnesota and introduced to the commercial market in the 1990’s, Honeycrisp apples have quickly grown in popularity. Crisp and juicy, their creamy white flesh offers a nice blend of sugar and tartness. Use raw for snacking and in salads or coleslaw. The sweet flavor shines through when […]
Included in your share this week is Great Harvest’s signature and most popular bread, Honey Whole Wheat. It is a blend of five pure ingredients: 100% whole wheat flour, pure honey, filtered water, salt and yeast.
This variety of winter squash is large, oval and yellow, and looks similar to a melon. It is unique among squash because when cooked, its yellowish flesh separates into long strands that resemble pasta. Spaghetti squash provides vitamins A and C and some of the B vitamins. It is also an excellent source of fiber. To prepare, […]
Poblano peppers are mild chili peppers that originated in the state of Puebla, Mexico. When dried, they are called ancho or ancho chile, from the Spanish word for “wide” (chile ancho-“wide chile”). As the poblano ripens and changes to red in color, it becomes significantly hotter and more flavorful. It is usually used in a […]