A weekly update from Boston Organics.
As we approach the winter solstice, it’s easy to feel a bit gloomy about the 4pm sunsets. Fortunately, we will be able to brighten the longest night of the year with some sweet sunshine in the form of oranges, grapefruit, lemons and all their wonderful variations. That’s right, citrus season is upon us, with bright scents and fresh flavors to bring an orange-hued smile to our faces.
Now that we've got Thanksgiving under our (seemingly expanding) belts, we're looking forward to a festive holiday season and some exciting late fall and early winter fruits and veggies like citrus, local leafy greens, various squash varieties and persimmons.
In celebration of Christmas and New Year's weeks, we we will closed on December 25th and January 1st. Please check our adjusted holiday delivery schedule and deadlines to see if your deliveries will be impacted.
Thanksgiving traditions are deeply embedded in New England, with much on the holiday table crafted from locally grown root vegetables, sweet greens and fruits. See what's being harvested this week from regional farms just in time for your Thanksgiving feast.
Thanksgiving week is finally here, and we're beside ourselves in anticipation for this major food holiday. While our bellies are full of excitement, our hearts are full of gratitude for those who make what we do possible.
We're in the middle of our countdown to the biggest foodie feast of the year. When we curate your boxes, we try to include some of the ingredients that are fundamental to traditional Thanksgiving meals. Whether you're hosting, bringing a side dish or simply enjoying a quiet day in, we're sending you all kinds of fruit and veggie favorites to help you celebrate the season.
Now that we're in the second week of November, Thanksgiving is right around the corner. For those new to the Boston Organics Community this holiday season, it's a great time to remind you of some important updates regarding your holiday deliveries.
It's official: We are in the best part of autumn. A highly sensory season, fall is filled with spicy smells, chilly breezes and the sounds of nature quieting in preparation for winter. Let's not forget the flavors, though, of sweet leafy greens, satisfying root veggies and hearty squash. It's a good week to get excited about the season, because fall is bursting out of every box.
How are you celebrating Independence Day? Whether you’re having a picnic on the Esplanade or grilling in your backyard, we have the fresh ingredients you need to create a delicious (and healthy) meal for friends and family.