Use Your Bushel: Week of February 26


February 26: Large Bushel

Lettuce (1 head), Grapefruit (2 count), Sweet Potatoes or Rutabaga (1 lb avg), Rainbow Chard or Spinach or Romaine (1 bunch), Kale or Collards (1 bunch), Green Onions (1 bunch), Broccoli or Cauliflower (1 lb avg), Celery or Bok Choy (1 bunch), Carrots or White Turnips (1 bunch), Cilantro (1 bunch)

February 26: Medium Bushel

Lettuce (1 head), Grapefruit (2 count), Sweet Potatoes or Rutabaga (1 lb avg), Rainbow Chard or Spinach or Romaine (1 bunch), Broccoli or Cauliflower (1 lb avg), Carrots or White Turnips (1 bunch), Spring Onions (1 bunch)


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!

Goodness Bowl: Cauliflower and Citrus Salad with Orange Tahini Dressing

Bushel Vegetables: Cauliflower, orange, cauliflower, romaine, spinach

Transform these seasonal winter vegetables into a bright and beautiful salad! If you can’t find pomegranate seeds, skip the out-of-season topping. –Recipe Credit: Healthy GF Family


Green & Bright: Oven-Roasted Flounder with Bok Choy, Cilantro, and Lime

Bushel Vegetables: Green onion, cilantro, bok choy

Need a way to use up that bunch of cilantro that isn’t guacamole? Use this flavorful herb to bring life to this Asian-inspired fish recipe. Feel free to substitute any white fish in place of the flounder! –Recipe Credit: Bon Appetit


Whole30 Breakfast: Sweet Potato Hash with Kale and Bacon

Bushel Vegetables: sweet potato, kale/collards/swiss chard/spinach, green onion

This deliciously veggie-forward brunch or breakfast recipe seems like a no-brainer, but we understand your desire for more Paleo and Whole30 recipes! This hash is aligned with your elimination diet needs and adjust the greens for whatever you have left in the crisper! – Paleo Running Mama

 


Cozy Comfort: Shepherd’s Pie with Rutabaga Topping

Bushel Vegetables: Rutabega, turnip, green onion, celery, carrots, broccoli

Working on those root vegetables at the bottom of your Produce Box? Show that rutabaga some love with this unique shepherd’s pie topping! Plus, use up remaining box veggies by including some small broccoli florets and chopped turnips in the filling.-  Recipe Credit: Martha Stewart


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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