Weekly Menus November 17

Looking for dinner ideas? Below you will find meal suggestions from our Weekly Menus. The Menus vary week to week and are updated by Friday morning of each week for the upcoming delivery week. You can either order one of the weekly menus, or mix and match by ordering the ingredients individually.

These menus are designed for simple, easy cooking that doesn’t require a recipe beyond salt, pepper, olive oil and an oven at 375 or a stovetop on medium-high.

These Weekly Menus DO NOT COME WITH RECIPES.  

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This Week’s Bounty: Fresh Cilantro, Romanesco Cauliflower, Fresh Beef, Lamb, Heavy Cream and Crumb Top Apple Pie

Smoked and Cooked Hams by Vermont Salumi are 15% off. Enjoy thinly sliced on an antipasto platter, add to mac and cheese, an omelette, quiche or sandwich!

Our Monthly Stock Up for November features the following warming foods at 10% off:

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Thanksgiving Blessing

(Photo: Kettle Song Farm, where your Brussels sprouts grow)

Thank you for being a part of this extraordinary community. Each week we all are changing our food — the way it is grown and the priority it takes in all our lives. The simple act of choosing what we value — for our families, our health, and our communities — has a profound effect. Your farmers are responding, your community is acting, and together we are making the world a little better every day. It feels good to know we are all making a difference in a world that is crying out for something much better than the current reality.

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This Week’s Bounty: Fresh Ginger, Mushrooms, Roasted Sweet Peppers, Baby Arugula, Salmon and Pumpkin Pies

Our Monthly Stock Up for November features the following warming foods at 10% off:

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Boldness and Persistence Build Community

This is the last week of our fall community membership drive! We are so close to our goal of feeding 800 families a week — this week we fed a record-breaking 785 families.

I was in Boston Wednesday and Thursday and many of you shared how you’ve been spreading the word about our food, farmers and community and feeling a bit frustrated that more new families have not signed up. Thank you for all your hard work — really.  But this is long-term work, as we have seen during our six years of steady growth.

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