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Pastured lamb, local pastured beef, arugula and ground pistachios – no other words are needed to describe these burgers, the ingredient list says it all. Big flavor and even bigger nutrition. Enjoy these with a dollop of cranberry sauce, a side of pilaf and turmeric spiced cabbage – this colorful plate will be sure to cheer you up in the midst of winter. This is excellence on a plate.
$11.95 for 2 x 3.5 oz burgers
$22.95 for 4 x 3.5 oz burgers
New Zealand Pastured Lamb* | Local Grass-fed Beef* | Onion | Garlic | Local Arugula* | Pistachios | Egg* | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Sea Salt (* = organic)
Leek and potato soup evokes feelings of cold weather hibernation and coziness. In French cuisine this blended soup is considered a classic comfort food. We’ll add cashew cream for, well, creaminess. While our recipe is filled with lots of flavor and nourishment, you could also add crispy bacon to your bowl, grated cheese or a drizzle of olive oil. If eating gluten and dairy is not a problem for you, now is the time to bring out a chunk of fresh crusty bread with a slab of butter. Reheat on low in a pot on the stove until warm.
Local Yellow Potatoes* | Leek | Garlic | Local Parsley* | Local Thyme* | Cashew* | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Black Pepper* | Sea Salt (* = organic)
This chickpea stew is the perfect winter comfort. It’s brimming with warming spices, colorful carrots and a sprinkle of golden raisins that will nourish and satisfy. The balance of sweet, tart and spice is just right. You’ll be inspired to slow down and savor this dish in the spirit of January hibernation and rest. It’s a wonderful companion to the burgers, turmeric cabbage or a bowl of fresh cooked greens or salad.
Chickpea* | Carrot* | Onion | Garlic | Golden Raisin | Ginger | Cumin* | Cinnamon* | Turmeric* | Smoked Paprika* | Ancho Chili Powder* | Tomato Paste* | Lemon | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Sea Salt (* = organic)
We’re cooking up one of our favorite vegetables this week inspired by an Indian dish known as Patta Gobi Sabzi. The simplicity and fusion of flavors is so gratifying and delicious. The chili is there to add depth not to make it spicy, so it will have just the tiniest spark of heat. We’ll dry toast the spices and then toss everything together and let it steam and simmer in its own juices. Feel free to jazz this dish up when you’re reheating by adding some frozen peas or a sprinkle of shredded coconut. This dish goes well with the lamb burgers and Moroccan stew. Reheat over medium heat in a saucepan.
Local Green Cabbage* | Turmeric* | Coriander Seed* | Brown Mustard Seed* | Curry Leaf | Ginger | Garlic | Green Chili | Coconut Oil* | Sea Salt (* = organic)
We’re doing our classic citrus beet salad this week and adding navel oranges and fennel to the mix. We roast whole beets until their skins slip easily off, slice them thinly and add shaved fennel, herbs, and oranges in a citrus vinaigrette. This salad can be eaten with anything and is so nutrient dense and satisfying. If you’re not a beet fan – TRY THIS. You might just be a convert. This dish can be eaten right out of the fridge and still delicious at room temperature.
Local Beet* | Navel Orange* | Fennel | Lime | Parsley* | Cilantro* | Maple Syrup* | Sparta Kephalas Extra Virgin Olive Oil* | Black Pepper* | Sea Salt (* = organic)
We’ll pair quinoa, roasted butternut, and pan fried mushrooms with local parsley and a touch of lemon to make a pilaf that’s earthy and full of umami goodness. Each container will be topped with sliced toasted almonds for a bit of crunch. This dish pairs well with the burgers and a bowl of potato leek soup. It’s also a perfect addition to any lunch plate. Reheat (if desired) in a saucepan over low heat.
White Quinoa* | Shiitake | Cremini Mushroom | Local Butternut Squash* | Local Parsley* | Lemon | Toasted Almond* | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Sea Salt (* = organic)
This creation is overflowing with bright flavors that sing clearly and joyfully in your mouth. When dipping into this you can feel the vitamin C boosting your body with vitality and goodness. The beauty of this little number is, not only is it filled with nutritional goodness but it’s also incredibly flavorful, especially if you like a tart + sweet vibe. The other amazing feature is that it can be eaten as a sweet addition to yogurt, granola, or spread on toast with some of our nut butter, or it can be enjoyed as a condiment to the lamb burgers or other savory dishes. We now crave this as a constant pantry item for us and our children. We hope you all feel the same way!
Cranberry* | Orange* | Cinnamon* | Clove* | Chia Seed* | Coconut Sugar* | Sea Salt (8 = organic)
We’re so happy to be featuring this delicious herbal tea from local herb farmer and herbalist, Hannah Popish of Poppysol, located in Chatham County. Her blends are infused with her deep connection to the plants and filled with love, care and pure herbal magic. Hannah describes this tea beautifully…”Sunrise Sunset tea has all the pleasing qualities of these liminal, special times of day – gently spiced, subtle citrus and tangy flavor with a rounded vanilla smooth finish. Mostly made with the warming flavors in mind and added potential benefits of lowering blood pressure, gently diuretic and lowering blood pressure while being rich in antioxidants and aiding digestion.” We’ll be simmering this tea based on her guidance to make the perfect batch, so all you have to do is reheat on the stovetop, add honey if you like, and sip your way to bliss.
$4.95/pint (2 cups)
$8.95/quart (4 cups)
Hibiscus* | Red Rooibos* | Ginger* | Cinnamon* | Orange peel* | Lemongrass* (* = organic)
We’ve created a divine beverage—energizing, bittersweet, fulfilling. Enjoy sipping in the morning as a better-than-coffee alternative. Cacao powder is loaded with antioxidants and minerals that nourish your body and feed your cells. Maca boosts energy and endurance, while the powerful Reishi mushroom, which grows on the bark of hardwood trees, especially oaks, supports the immune system, improves sleep, and lessens fatigue. This triad balances and supports the body so well. And we’ve upped the potency this week by adding Lion’s Mane, a shaggy white mushroom that grows on decaying hardwood, such as beech, sycamore and birch trees. While it’s most known for improving cognitive health and enhancing neuroplasticity, it has many other healing properties including supporting gut health and reducing inflammation. We don’t make this drink super sweet, so feel free to add extra sweetener, a dash of maple, a stir of honey, or a scoop of collagen powder for extra oomph. Heat up on your stove top and fill your kitchen with the aroma of cacao.
Cacao* | Cashew Milk* (GC-made) | Maca* | Reishi Mushroom Powder* | Lion’s Mane Powder* | Coconut Sugar* | Sea Salt (* = organic, Terra Soul products)
This little number is tart and slightly sweet. It’s another twist on our cashew desserts and just straight up citrus-y yumminess. We’ll top each pot off with a toasted pecan crumble. Feel free to just enjoy it on its own or eat alongside our granola. There’s a lot of flavor and nutrition in each spoonful. These desserts can be put in your freezer if you want to stow some away for a later time.
Cashew* | Lime | Coconut Milk* | Coconut Oil* | Maple Syrup* | Sea Salt | Pecan* | Coconut Flake* (* = organic)
This heavenly dark chocolate has no refined sugar and is full of healthy fat. It is made with virgin coconut oil, cacao powder, a splash of maple syrup and a pinch of salt. We add a little of our nut butter to this glistening mix just because. Only the good stuff here. Sprinkled with flakes of toasted almonds and sunflower seeds, this chocolate not only tastes good but looks good, too. Because this chocolate is made with coconut oil, it melts easily so make sure you store it in your fridge or freezer. This is a treat that you’ll FEEL your body loving as you eat it.
$7.95 for 3 3-in squares of goodness
Virgin Coconut Oil* | Cacao Powder* | Maple Syrup* | Sunflower Seeds* | Almonds* (* = organic)
This soup was SO nourishing and we’re excited to have made extras to share with you!
~This soup is a classic made with local dandelion greens from Faithfull Farms, organic leeks and the queen of white beans – the cannellini, so creamy and full of flavor. We’ll slow simmer the beans with all the aromatics before adding in the greens at the end to bring all the flavors together. This soup is what we all need right now – simple, comforting, delicious food. Reheat in a pot on the stove and enjoy.~
Cannellini Beans* | Local Dandelion Greens* | Celery* | Leek* | Local Thyme* | Bay Leaf | Onion | Garlic | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Red Pepper Flake** | Sea Salt (* = organic, ** = very minor amount)