Use Your Produce Box: Week of April 2



April 2: Large Produce Box

Avocados (2 count), Green Onions (1 bunch) or Green Garlic (1 bunch), Mushrooms, (1/2 lb avg), Oranges (5 count), Rainbow Chard (1 bunch), Beets (1 Bunch), Collard Greens (1 bunch) or Kale (1 bunch), Lettuce (1 head), Artichokes, (2 count), Carrots, (1 bunch)

April 2: Medium Bushel

Green Onions (1 bunch) or Green Garlic (1 bunch), Mushrooms (1/2 lb avg), Collard Greens (1 bunch) or Kale (1 bunch), Carrots, (1 bunch), Oranges (3 count), Beets (1 Bunch), Lettuce (1 head)


Each week, we take the time to list out all of the possible produce items that you get in your delivery and translate them into recipe ideas for your meal planning inspiration. If you ever find yourself with too many apples, or no idea what to do with radishes, you can always message us on Facebook or Instagram to chat with a Farmhouse employee! We will get back to you with recipe ideas, meal prep guidance, or just a friendly hello!


Nutrient Dense: Roasted Beet & Carrot Lentil Salad with Feta, Yogurt & Dill

Bushel Vegetables: Carrots, beets, green garlic

“Warm lentils and roasted spring vegetables get a tangy boost from herbaceous yogurt sauce, briny feta, and crunchy almonds in this protein-rich roasted beet & carrot lentil salad.”

Recipe Credit: Bojon Gourmet


Supremely Spring: Spring Garlic Fried Eggs

Bushel Vegetables: Green garlic, green onions

“Spring garlic is sort of a cross between a big scallion and a regular bulb of garlic. It’s small, delicate, and absolutely delicious. Eggs are the first thing that pop into my head when thinking about cooking anything at all, and I wanted to show off the pretty purple and green stalks”

Recipe Credit: Spring Garlic Fried Eggs


Warm Stew: Vegan Taco Collard Wraps

Bushel Vegetables: Collards, mushrooms, avocado

“These hold up well in the fridge for lunches because the collard greens are sturdy. Read through the entire recipe before proceeding. I tried to list the steps in the most logical way because there’s a bit of soaking involved, so the ingredient list skips around a little. Sub in coconut aminos for soy or tamari to make this Whole 30 friendly.”

Recipe Credit: Dula Notes


Easy Slaw: Collard Green Coleslaw

Bushel Vegetables: collards, carrots

“The hot dressing poured over this salad slightly wilts the greens without cooking them. Chilling the salad lets the flavors develop. Serve as a side dish, or use instead of lettuce to top vegetarian barbecue. Other greens to try in this recipe: Swiss chard, beet greens, or flat-leafed kale.”

Recipe Credit: Vegetarian Times


How are are you working through your bushel? You can always message us on Instagram with photos, questions, or just to say hi!

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