Colorado summer harvest season is here. Although we don't have all your summer favorites available quite yet (still waiting on you, tomatoes and corn!), there's still plenty of local, organic Colorado crops ready to haul to your next cookout.
As you know, a lot goes into dictating harvest times each year—namely, weather. We'll keep you updated as new crops arrive, but for now, here's what you'll find popping up in Colorado this July— and some recipes to get you started.
Connectivity is important to us. We believe that people should know where their food comes from. For more than a decade, we have committed ourselves to sourcing the highest quality organic produce and putting it into the hands of the people. Oftentimes, that's through our wonderful restaurant partners across Colorado— ones that share our mission for organic food. These partner spotlights are meant to champion those businesses that are helping make dining in Colorado a more heathy, sustainable (and delicious!) experience.
We've been working with Sazza since we started, helping source more than 60 of their ingredients—including romaine, tomatoes, lemons, limes, cucumbers, red onions and more. We think Sazza's Marketing Dire...
Today marks the first day of summer, and we couldn’t be more excited!
There are so many ways to mark each new season, but we love celebrating by digging into the fresh produce that each season brings. In the summer, that means grilling, dining outside and cooking recipes full of our summer favorites— tomatoes, corn, peaches and more.
Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere will be at 10:24PM TONIGHT!
If you're looking for some recipe inspiration, check out our blog TOMORROW for the best summer recipes we've found. You won't be disappointed.
It's no coincidence that all kinds of seasonal goodies are rolling in. (Psssst! We hear local peaches are just around the corner!) But, don't forget about all the melons, corn, cherries, strawberries, nectarines, sweet peppers and more. Think fruit salads, grilled you-name-it, and refreshing cocktails.
But, to tide you over for today, I'm offering up a tried and true southern staple -
Strawberry "Shortcake" using Buttermilk Biscuits
My Mother’s side of the family is from the South – specifically Memphis, TN and Tupelo, MS. Think Elvis Presley, the blues, red clay dirt, catfish, and church potlucks.
Summer desserts down there need to be refreshing and cool to take your mind off of the god-awful humidity. More often than not, we would simply cut up the strawberries, add a few tablesp...