It sucks to feel like you're wasting delicious produce. Here are some recipes that will use the produce in your delivery. So let's get the burners hot, the ovens roaring, the apron strings tight, and get to cookin'!
Thanksgiving is almost here and we're dreaming about all the wholesome dishes we can make with this season's produce. In anticipation of the big day, we've collected all the Thanksgiving dishes from the Boston Organics recipe database and posted them on the blog.
Your Thanksgiving dinner assignment: bring a vegetarian entree. The solution? A good, old-fashioned casserole, just like mom used to make. Here are seven recipes that will satisfy even the most voracious crowd.
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There are a lot of good arguments for including soup on your Thanksgiving menu. Did you know that eating soup with a meal helps to cut calories? It's true. But never mind that. This is Thanksgiving and you shouldn't be counting calories. Moreover, you don't need a reason to enjoy soup. Soup is awesome. That's reason enough. Here are 7 recipes for vegetarian soups that will start your Thanksgiving feast off right.
Note: A few of these recipes have been updated to make them vegetarian (some that originally called for chicken broth now call for vegetable broth). You can view the original version of the recipes by clicking on the recipe names.
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Beans are high in protein which make them a popular food for vegetarian and vegan diets. You don't have to be a herbivore to enjoy these nutrient rich legumes. Learn more about the health benefits and how to cook dried beans!
Ramadan is a Muslim holiday where people do not eat or drink from sunrise to sun down. It’s a time for self-reflection, and giving back to less fortunate. Meals are served before sunrise, called suhoor, and after sunset, called iftar, and eaten with family or with the local community.
May the 4th be with you! If you’ve followed the adventures over the years you might be thinking “All of this fighting is making me hungry”. Fight off that hunger and eat like your favorite Star Wars heroes.
You might find it hard to cook breakfast when you have to walk the dog, wake up your kids, go on a quick run, shower, We'd like to make your morning routine a little easier, so here are a handful of no-cook recipes that will keep you on schedule and your belly full.
Because different people define no-cook differently, here's our definition: You won't need heat. No ovens. No stoves. No blow torches.
There is a lot of celebrating going on! Whether you're planning a Passover Seder, an Easter brunch or an Earth Day party, these recipes will make a great addition to any occasion! A common theme for these spring holidays is to celebrate rejuvenation and renewal. This time also coincides with beginning of the local growing season. There is much to celebrate and to look forward to as the world around us "Springs" back into life!
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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