May 14: Large Produce Box
Peaches (1 lb avg) or Blueberries (1 lb avg), Sweet Corn (4 ears), Summer Squash (1 lb avg), Swiss Chard or Kale (1 bunch), Carrots (1 bunch), Leeks (1 bunch) or Red Onions (1 bunch), Tomatoes (1 lb avg), Cucumbers (2 count), Lettuce (1 head), Red Potatoes (1 lb) or Beets (1 bunch) or Cauliflower (1 head)
May 14: Medium Bushel
Peaches (1 lb avg) or Blueberries (1 lb avg), Green Beans (1 lb avg), Lettuce (1 head), Red Potatoes (1 lb avg) or Beets (1 bunch) or Cauliflower (1 head), Sweet Corn (2 ears), Summer Squash (1 lb avg), Carrots (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!
Produce Box Vegetables: Peaches, Sweet Corn, Kale
Massaged kale gets a summer spin with ripe and juicy peaches, fresh corn kernels, and a Basil-Honey Vinaigrette. Add freshly toasted ciabatta bread croutons if you’re not following a gluten free diet.
Baked Cod with Tomatoes and Potatoes
Produce Box Vegetables: Red Potatoes, Tomatoes, Summer Squash
Layer thin slices of red potatoes (substitute for yukon) with thin slices of summer squash and tomatoes. Instead of shallots, substitute for red onions and bake. Substitute cod for another sustainably-sourced fish, such as snapper. Serve with a simple lettuce side salad with ribbons of cucumber.
Produce Box Vegetables: Carrots, Blueberries
“These little beauties are made without grain flour so they’re naturally gluten-free and delicious with or without the frosting for a healthy grab-n-go breakfast. Loaded with wholesome ingredients you can feel good about, you’ll love making Blueberry-Carrot Cake Muffins a regular part of breakfast and brunches too.”
Produce Box Vegetables: Green Beans, Leeks
Sizzle thinly sliced leeks in hot oil for a gentle onion flavor and texture to top fresh, in-season green beans. Zesty lemon juice brightens up this dish for an easy, 3-ingredient side.