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.
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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It’s almost 3.141592… Day! Also known as Pi day! Every year, on 3/14, we celebrate π - the mathematical constant; but eating pie is 3.14 times better than calculating areas or crunching equations. Pi kid you not, our pie recipes will blow your mind! Whether you’re in the mood for sweet, savory, tart, creamy or a little boozy – we got you covered. In addition, we’ve included some basic tips to make sure every pie you make is πRFECT!
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November is somehow upon us and the holidays are just around the corner! Here at Boston Organics we have a number of seasonal snacks and treats perfect for getting you and your coworkers into the holiday spirit!
This Fourth of July make veggies the star of your backyard barbecue! With lots of local produce items going out in this holiday week’s boxes, we’ve created a delicious Fourth of July menu to not only satisfy your family and friends but also utilize your Boston Organics’ fruits and vegetables.