Next Week’s Bushel is Live! French Breakfast Radishes & Pea Shoots

Learning to cook seasonally can be daunting. We know that the relief that comes from not having to brave the grocery store aisles or the crowded farmers market stalls is often outweighed by the slight panic you might feel when presented with a bushel overflowing with produce.

We brought the food to your door, we want to make sure it makes it into your belly. We’ve combed our brains and our favorite recipe indexes to bring you a list of ways to use your bushel throughout the week.

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Join Us! Pig Roast with Articulture Designs Benefitting Texas Farm Bureau

Sunday, October 29th | 1 – 6 PM
$30 Ticket Benefitting the Texas Farm Bureau

Enjoy meat, seats, and beats while helping Houston-area farmers affected by Hurricane Harvey! These farmers need our help, and you can contribute by coming out to our Pig Roast event with Articulture on Sunday! Enjoy food by Leroy and Lewis, Peaceful Pork, and Farmhouse Delivery and libations by Infinite Monkey Theorem and Independence Brewing. We will have music, games, and an all-around great time – grab your ticket now!

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Next Week’s Bushel is Live! Honey Crisp Apples & Pie Pumpkins

Learning to cook seasonally can be daunting. We know that the relief that comes from not having to brave the grocery store aisles or the crowded farmers market stalls is often outweighed by the slight panic you might feel when presented with a bushel overflowing with produce.

We brought the food to your door, we want to make sure it makes it into your belly. We’ve combed our brains and our favorite recipe indexes to bring you a list of ways to use your bushel throughout the week.

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What’s In Season: Asian Produce

From Chinese Pak Choi to Japanese Sweet Potatoes, a variety of beautiful Asian produce is in peak season right now. There are so many ways to include these unique produce items, from stir-fry to roasting, in your cooking rotation this week.

Japanese Sweet Potatoes

These purple-skinned potatoes are a little sweeter than your standard sweet potato with a slightly firmer texture. The inside of the sweet potato is white or pale yellow and cooks into a soft and sweet flesh.

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