The kids are headed back to school and that means a return to the weekday morning scramble. Don’t worry. We’re here to help. We can’t sign your kids’ permission slips or slather sunscreen on their faces, but we’ve got an assortment of snacks that are perfect for lunches or an afterschool energy boost.
As the weather heats up we are always on the lookout for how to cool down. One of the best ways that we have found is an old classic: popsicles! Homemade pops are easy to make at home and much better for you than anything you would find at the store. Popsicles are not just for kids and can be a great way for anyone to beat the summer heat. Not only are they easy to make but they are also a great use of the wonderful fruit that arrives in your Boston Organics delivery. Try them out at home; we are confident that you will find popsicles to be the best way to stay cool on a hot summer day.
Boston Organics is rolling out the royal treatment this week, as we do every week for our customers. The boxes will be filled with treasure from Golden Kiwis to Tiara Cabbages with lots of ruby red strawberries and sapphire-colored blueberries. With your scepter of asparagus grown by Pedersen Farms and an array of regal produce, including celery from Queen’s Greens Farm you will be prepared to rule your kitchen kingdom in delicious style.
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This week is full of surprises, from mischievous ghouls jumping out at unsuspecting passerby to surprising identities revealed beneath Halloween masks. With changing seasons and ever-colder weather, this is also a time for turning inward, for reflection, and maybe there are surprises to be found there too. At the very least, there may be a surprise inside your Boston Organics box – in the form of new produce and add-ons.
A weekly update from Boston Organics.
A thinning word-of the-day calendar and temperatures that regularly dip below freezing are sure signs that winter is approaching, but one conversation with any of our farmers is all you need to confirm that autumn is on its way out the door.
As fall settles in and we return to old routines, our organic farmers continue to manage their fields with great vigor and diligence. This week, a few unusual specialties are on their way from the farm to your porch along with some of your favorite fall fruits and veggies.
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As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, it's easy to get sentimental for those warm summer days. And though the evening frost may have abruptly ended this year's heirloom tomato season, it also signals that a new variety of wonderful organic fruits and vegetables is on its way.
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