It’s been quite the year for Texas. Extreme weather, senseless tragedy, and an endless news cycle have rattled our dear state. But it is in the face of these hard times that we’ve watched our incredible community come together to help one another in amazing ways. Farmhouse Delivery exists to serve our community in Texas through food. We are taking this #GivingTuesday as an opportunity to shout out our favorite causes and community members making strides to make Texas a better place. Read on for more ideas on how you can support our favorite causes and the things you can do to help us make a bigger impact!
November 27: Large Bushel
Broccoli (1 lb avg), Cabbage, Red or Green (1 head), Carrots (1 bunch), Grapefruit (2 count) or Oranges (6 count), Dino Kale (1 bunch) or Spinach (1 bunch), Green Onions (1 bunch) or Fennel (1 bulb), Lettuce (1 head), Scarlet Turnips (1 lb avg) or Japanese Turnips (1 bunch), Sweet Potatoes (1 lb avg)
November 27: Medium Bushel
Broccoli (1 lb avg),
November 13: Large Bushel
Lettuce (1-2 heads), Grapefruit (2 each), Dino Kale (1 bunch) or Red Russian Kale (1 bunch) or Spinach (1 bunch), Fennel (1 bulb) or Green onions (1 bunch), Avocado (2 each), Baby Carrots (1 bunch) or Broccoli (1 lb avg), Cabbage, Red or Green (1 head), Summer Squash (1 lb avg), Red Radishes (1 bunch) or Japanese Turnips (1 bunch)
November 13: Medium Bushel
Lettuce (1-2 heads),
Thawing in the refrigerator is the recommended way to defrost a frozen turkey. For it to work, however, you’ll need plenty of time: 24 hours of defrosting time for every 4 to 5 pounds of bird. A large turkey, say, 15 to 20 pounds, will need to spend 4 to 5 days in the refrigerator.
Which means you’ll have to plan ahead. If you can manage that, you’ll be golden. (And your turkey will be golden-brown and delicious.)
Here’s how to do it: