Keeping it GREEN on St. Patty's Day

Posted by Boston Organics on Mar 17, 2019 7:50:00 AM

Saint Patrick’s Day observes the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. People spend the holiday celebrating Irish culture and traditions including parades, Irish step dancing, drinking green beer, or eating Irish cuisine. Did you know your chance of finding a 4-leaf clover is 1 in 10,000?

As tradition goes, wearing green on St. Patrick ’s Day will make you invisible to pesky leprechauns, otherwise be weary of getting pinched! Different cities hold different traditions – Chicago colors the Chicago River green with a natural vegetable dye, and Hot Springs holds the world’s shortest parade (98 feet). While I don’t think Mayor Walsh will approve dying the Charles River green, we still have an awesome parade! Boston’s St. Patrick's Day parade will start Sunday March 17 at 1:00 pm at Broadway Station.

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Topics: Recipes, boston organics, Organic Onions, Home Cooking Kitchen Tips, Original Boston Organics Blog, Organic Greens, organic green leaf lettuce, organic recipes, holidays, Boston, cucumbers, Cooking, vegan, vegetarian, healthy eating, St. Patrick's Day

From Celtuce to Kelp: 2019 Food trends

Posted by Boston Organics on Jan 6, 2019 7:14:00 PM

We've scoured the internet for the hottest food trends for 2019.

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Topics: Cooking, healthy eating, 2019 trends

Fuyu vs. Hachiya Persimmons - Explained!

Posted by Boston Organics on Dec 9, 2018 8:19:48 AM

Some of this week's boxes will see persimmons! Persimmons are delicious but can be a bit of a tricky fruit. There are two primary varieties that you will come across - fuyu persimmons and hachiya persimmons. The two different varieties differ in how they are eaten and prepared. To get the most of your persimmons, read on as we explain this delicious fruit. 

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Topics: Fall Produce, organic persimmons, organic hechiya persimmon, Cooking

Freeze, Pickle, Can! Saving the Summer Bounty

Posted by Renae Cairns on Sep 12, 2018 3:06:19 PM

Summer may be almost over which means soon our summer favorites like fresh tomatoes, summer squash, eggplant, peppers and more will give way to the fall classics like carrots, radishes, winter squash and lots of hardy greens. But that doesn't mean we have to say goodbye to summer flavors. Check out our tips for freezing, quick pickling and canning to help savor the taste of summer for months to come!

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Topics: pickles, Storage Tips, Freezing, Cooking, Canning

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