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Spinach: Spun up!

Spinach: Spun up!

Jun 17, 2021
Local spinach is in season right now, and you should *absolutely* be eating it, but we can't blame you if you're sick of salad, so here ya go: whole page...
Rad Recipes You Didn't Know You Needed

Rad Recipes You Didn't Know You Needed

Jun 17, 2021
Everyone recognizes a radish, but this brassica typically falls far behind in consumption to its cousins like kale, cabbage and even brussel sprouts because of the perception around its preparation!...
Change it up with Cherries!

Change it up with Cherries!

Jun 12, 2021
Beautiful California and Washington Cherries have hit the market!  We’ve made some sweet and savoury magic with these little summer gems...     CHERRY AND RICOTTA "BRUSCHETTA"   Ingredients: 1...
Bean there, done that? Try these fresh takes on the lovable legumes.

Bean there, done that? Try these fresh takes on the lovable legumes.

May 28, 2021
  Tahini + Cumin Green Beans Deep, nutty tahini elevates the richness of this dish, while the zesty lemon and garlic are grounded out with the addition of earthy cumin! This dish has...
Asparagus Season Recipes!

Asparagus Season Recipes!

May 21, 2021
The tender spears of spring have began to burst through the soil, and there's no better time to explore the range of this early riser. Did you know that asparagus grows...

Local Tomato BLAT

The regular old BLT may hold some charm, but when the local hot house tomatoes come in, it's truly reason to celebrate.  They have TASTE!!!

The Best BLAT

Slice up one big St. Anne's Hot house tomato

Fry up 3-4 strips of either berkshire pork bacon, or our Naturally raised pork bacon, drain

While the bacon is cooking, scoop out the flesh of one avocado.  With a fork , beat the avocado into a smoothish creamy consistency.  Add the juice of one lime, beat some more.  This is your A in the BLAT.  A much tastier option to Mayo.

Toast 2 slices of your favourite bread, I like to use our alpine grain bread.

Layer bread, Avocado, Tomato, Bacon,  Lettuce, Bread.  If you keep the lettuce and the Tomato away from each other, you get a less slippery sandwich.

Enjoy!