Topic: Vegetarian and Vegan Food
Chunky or smooth, hot or cold, vegetarian or carnivorous, a side dish or the main attraction: Soup is quite possibly the most versatile dish out there, but not all soups are created equal.
Tacos are not just for Tuesdays! They're the perfect-middle-of-the week-last minute supper; great for quick lunches; an excellent way to use up leftovers and a crowd pleaser.
So, open the fridge and pull out some cheese, lettuce, salsa, sour cream, avocado, hot sauce and whatever leftovers you've got on hand. Chicken would be perfect. Boiled eggs, why not? Roasted or grilled vegetables, YES! Fish, sure!
Get a can of beans out of the pantry, make some jarred salsa too. Chop up some onions - any kind will do - and cilantro if you've got it and let everyone make their own. Or get fancy and quesadilla it up by heating a frying pan or griddle, sandwich the filling between two tortillas with cheese between the filling and wrapper to 'glue' it together and cook on each side until heated through.
Some fresh lime juice is always welcome to brighten everything up. Enjoy!
Leafy greens are coming into peak season and so many wonderful varieties are available from our local farms! Greens are delicious on their own and can be elevated with our perfect recipe formula.
Topics: Vegetarian and Vegan Food, Recipes, Beneath The Peel / Digging Deeper, Local Dogma Box, Eat Local, Home Cooking Kitchen Tips, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, salad, salad for dinner, main course salads
There's apple pie, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, sweet potato pie -- maybe coconut cream pie if your family is crazy like mine. But there's absolutely no need to restrict your pie consumption to dessert. Here are five recipes for savory vegetarian pies that will make you wonder why you don't eat pie for dinner more often.
Topics: Vegetarian and Vegan Food, Organic Garlic, Recipes, Holiday, Organic Kohlrabi, organic carrots, Organic Onions, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, Organic Potatoes, organic celery, Thanksgiving, vegetarian savory pies, pie recipes, Organic Zucchini, Organic Lentils
Picture this: You've just opened your box brimming with fresh, organic produce and the possibilities feel endless! The leafy greens are speaking to you about hearty salads and the vegetables are prompting thoughts of healthy side dishes or vegetable-forward main courses. Now's the time to make that all happen by doing some planning and processing to make the most of your bounty!
Here are some tips for making the most of your produce deliveries:
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 simplest dashi is vegan and is essentially just boiling kombu (seaweed) in hot water. Dashi is delicious soup base for your next homemade ramen, miso soup, cooking liquid for sauces, or a protein marinade!