Your weekly update on what's cookin' in your Field Goods bag. Overview of contents, plus recipe suggestions for your perusing pleasure. 
Theme: Porto-believe it!
You love mushrooms. How could you not? These portobellos are low in cholesterol, sodium, and saturated fat, making them a dream addition to all your favorite recipes. They come in all sizes, from crimini baby bellas to big honking burgers. First wrangled for commercial farming in France, portobello mushrooms have been filling hungry bellies since the 1700s! Our mushrooms are from local Catskill third generation mushroom farmers, the Bulich Family.    

Stay Tuned for Scenes From Our Next Episode: We anticipate fresh greens for the entire month of May. You can expect the likes of broccoli rabe, spinach, microgreens, pea shoots, Swiss chard, chives, salad mix, you name it! Like this week, we'll mix in mushrooms and potatoes and some heartier produce—Easter’s a-comin’ but we know you’re not rabbits! 
Exciting News! Time to kick your friends & co-worker off the fence & onto the veggie train.
The Nutrition Science Department at The Sage Colleges is running a study to learn about the effects of Field Goods on diet.   Anyone that signs up from now on can participate & get $5 credit as a "thanks so much".  Help us spread the word. The study will go far in promoting healthy eating and small farms.
In The Store & News
We still have "2 for" deals in the store on all kinds of cheese.  
We will not be delivering NEXT WEEK (week of April 14). 

Frozen Broccoli is a truly versatile veggie. Make it as a side dish roasted with lemon and pine nuts, throw it in a stirfry, or add it into your vegetable soup. Migliorelli Farm (IPM)
Frozen Late Harvest White Corn is a smaller less sweet variety great for more savory dishes. Flash frozen for your out-of-season enjoyment. Gill Farm (CON)
Frozen Mystery Fun Grab Bag Yay for frozen STANDARD and FAMILY bags this week. We're trying to make sure we use all our frozen inventory, so everyone may get something different.  
Bibb Lettuce makes a hearty salad paired with veggies and dressing of your choosing, brought to you by aquaponics. Continental Organics (OG)
Portobello Mushrooms are grown in one of the last fully functioning mushroom farms in the state. You can be sure these woodsy flavored 'shrooms will be freshly picked right here in Catskill. Bulich Mushroom Farm (OG) 
Apple Cider is a beverage for all seasons. Try this punch recipe that can be made for both kids and adults! Samascott Orchards (CON) 
Shallots are in the STANDARD and FAMILY bags only this week. Shallots are a sweeter, milder alternative to onions. Fledging Crow Farm (OG)
Garlic for everyone, because everyone loves garlic. Put it in everything, your heart will thank you for it. Dagele Brothers Farms (IPM)

Additional Subscriptions

  • Herb & Allium: No HA this week
  • Fruit: Granny Smith Samascott Orchards CON
  • Cheese: Sharp Cheddar Palatine Valley Dairy
  • Bread: Sour Dough Cafe Le Perche
  • Pasta: Plain Pappardelle Knoll Krest

Mushrooms, Cider, Broccoli, Corn
Apple Bacon Pancakes  --We love breakfast food and bet these will be great with your cider. Send us pictures on our Twitter
Cornmeal Waffles with Cider Syrup
Simple Roasted Broccoli  --Simple as it gets!
Broccoli Chicken Divan --A classic casserole everyone loves. 
Grilled Portobello Mushroom Burgers
Pizza Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms  --A fun and exciting way to use your portobellos. 
Creamy Mushroom and Garlic Sauce  --Serve on top of the pasta from this week.  
Mushroom and Microgreen Omelet
Corn and Potato Chowder  --For the slow cooker! Ready for you when you get home from work. 
Sweet Corn Curry  --Try this recipe with aromatic Indian spices, totally vegetarian. 
Key for growing methods:
  • CO - Certified Organic
  • OG - Organically Grown (farm uses organic methods but does not have Certification).
  • IPM - Integrated Pest Management (methods used to reduce the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers)
  • CON - Conventional farming (farm will use chemical fertilizers and pesticides but as a general rules small farms use far fewer chemicals than large industrialized operations)
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