From outdoor movies to beach outings to hikes to cookouts, summer can be a bustle of activity. All that fun can be exhausting! This week, we’re here with foolproof summer comfort food recipes to help you feel nourished so you can keep having fun. In your helter-skelter summer swelter, feel free to dream of cooler days with this hearty–but not too hearty–fare.
When you support local produce, you're supporting the local economy. Did you know for every $100 you spend at local businesses, $68 will stay in the community! (Mass.gov) Often the best thing you can do for the environment is to buy food that is both local and organic. That way, you can reduce your food miles while also purchasing food that uses less energy-intensive production practices and maintains healthy ecosystems.
Our Dogma Box includes organic produce that's sourced as close to Boston as possible throughout the year. Similar to a CSA or farm share, this box is filled with the best organic produce from local and regional farms each week.
The fresh cool air is filling our lungs. Open the windows to your home and welcome in this beautiful day! New England harvests are gifting us an abundance of local organic produce. Take a look at all things local in our boxes this week!
Spring is a busy season for New England farmers and it takes planning and persistence to keep up with the demands of outdoor growing. They’ve certainly been successful because we’re able to find more crop diversity! Next week we'll see new produce in deliveries like eggplant, red bell peppers, black radishes, oyster mushrooms, and sunchokes!
Leafy greens are coming into peak season! These greens are delicious on their own but for folks looking for an extra dash of excitement we’ve got a perfect recipe formula for you.
Spring has officially sprung! The growing season is getting a full head of steam again and the excitement is palatable as we look forward to more local greens, herbs, sunchokes, and garlic scapes!
Legumes are a the seeds of plants from the legume family, which includes beans, peas, lentils, and peanuts. Sprouting your own legumes will make it easier for your body to absorb vitamins and minerals stored inside the food.
We hope everyone was able to enjoy last weekend's gorgeous weather! As unpredictable as the New England weather can be, spring is just around the corner. Our local farmers spent the warm weather prepping fields to get ahead for the next harvest
The secret to good cooking is using fresh ingredients. This is doubly true when we’re talking about herbs.
Topics: Vegetarian and Vegan Food, Recipes, Happy Valley Organics, Beneath The Peel / Digging Deeper, Local Dogma Box, organic basil, Eat Local, Organic Herbs, Home Cooking Kitchen Tips, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, gardening, diy