Madeley Kale

A bundle of madeley kale on a wood background

Madeley Kale Veggie Type: Leafy green  Season: Available year round  Peak months: November-February Uses: Sweet, productive and hardy heirloom kale from England that gives you lots of food. It makes armloads of beautiful big leaves. It is hardier and more tender than a lot of other kale varieties. Madeley Kale Inspiration More dinosaur kale inspiration […]

Parsnips

A bundle of parsnips on a weathered wood background

Parsnips Veggie Type: Root Season: Year round Peak months: September through April Uses: Parsnips are incredibly versatile! They are a lot like a carrot, but a little sweeter. They can be eaten roasted or raw, added to soups and stews, or even mashed like potatoes.  Parsnip Inspiration More parsnip inspiration coming soon! Let us know […]

Corn

Three ears of corn, one partially shucked

Corn Veggie Type: Starchy Season: Summer and Fall Peak months: May-September Uses:  Corn Inspiration More corn inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.

Bell Peppers

a mix of yellow, red, orange, and green whole bell peppers on a wood background

Bell Peppers Veggie Type: Nightshade – technically a fruit Season: Summer Peak months: June-September Uses: Also referred to as “sweet peppers,” bell peppers are incredibly versatile. We particularly like to roast them, then layer them into sandwiches and quesadillas, toss them into pastas or salads, and purée them into soups, sauces, and spreads such as […]

Dandelion Greens

Dandelion Greens Veggie Type: Leafy Green Season: Summer Peak months: May – October Uses: Yes, you can eat Dandelion Greens that you find growing wild, just avoid those that have been sprayed with fertilizer or other toxic sprays. You can also purchase them wherever you buy your produce. Eat them raw or cooked. They are great […]

Edamame

A smattering of green bean pods with the stems and leaves

Edamame Veggie Type: Legume Season: Fall Peak months: August – October Uses: Edamame (fresh soybeans) are a fun snack or appetizer. To prepare, remove the pods from the stems and boil or steam them. To boil:  bring a pot of salted water to a boil, drop the pods in and boil for 3-5 minutes. To […]

Joi Choi

One bunch of of joi choi type of bok choy on a wood background

Joi Choi Veggie Type: Cabbage; a type of bok choy Season: Winter Peak months: November-December Uses:  Joi Choi Inspiration More joi choi inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.

Claytonia

Overhead photo of a plastic bag of circular shaped leafy greens with stems

Claytonia Veggie Type: Leafy Green Season: Winter Peak months: February – May Uses:  Claytonia Inspiration More claytonia inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.

Delicata Squash

One yellow squash with dark green indented stripes on a wood background

Delicata Squash Veggie Type: Gourd Season: Winter Peak months: August – February Uses: Delicata squash is best in the late summer to early fall. Also called peanut or bohemian squash, delicata is sweet and creamy, similar to sweet potatoes and butternut squash.  Can you eat delicata squash skin? Yes, absolutely! To prepare delicata: wash it, […]

Graffiti Eggplant

One large and four small pink and purple deckled eggplants on a light wood background

Graffiti Eggplant Veggie Type: Nightshade. Botanically a berry. Season: Summer through Fall Peak months: August – October Uses:  Graffiti Eggplant Inspiration More graffiti eggplant inspiration coming soon! Let us know on our Facebook page that you’re waiting for it and we’ll let you know as soon as it is available.