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Pack List - Week of 11/21/2022

Happy Snow Day! A beautiful sight to wake up to, if a bit dicey on the commute. We’ve got a festive pack list lined up for next week! A quick reminder that we will be packing and fulfilling orders on an adjusted schedule, you can learn more by visiting: https://www.intervalefoodhub.com/thanksgiving.


Produce Package, Week of 11/21/22:

  • Gold Potatoes from Burnt Rock Farm in Huntington, VT. Potatoes are best stored in a cool, dark pantry with plenty of ventilation. They can be stored for months if your pantry is nice and cool, or best eaten within two weeks if at room temperature. Certified Organic. 
  • 898 Squash from Bone Mountain Farm in Bolton, Vermont. 898 squash is a sweeter and flavorful take on the common butternut, and stores best around 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit. A cool pantry or cellar works best – whatever you can manage, keep it out of the fridge! Certified Organic. 
  • Shallots from Bone Mountain Farm in Bolton, VT. Onion’s cute cousin. Shallots store well in a cool pantry, or in a bowl on your counter top. Certified Organic. 
  • Broccoli! from Intervale Community Farm in Burlington, VT. Store broccoli wrapped tightly - keep cold and avoid excess moisture. Bruises or spots are normal for this edible flower, and can be trimmed before cooking. Certified Organic. 
  • Thyme from Red Wagon Plants in Hinesburg, VT. Fresh herbs! - perfect for adding aroma & flavor to roasts, soups, stocks, sauces & stews. Certified Organic.
  • Leeks(Variety Produce Package Only) from Pete’s Greens in Craftsbury, VT. Store leeks wrapped tightly in your veggie’s crisper drawer. Leeks tend to hide pockets of soil – give them a good wash, or slice them first & rinse before cooking. Save the tops for making stock! Certified Organic.
  • Fresh Fruit! Cranberries OR Shinseki Pears OR Keepsake Apples. Route & Produce Package dependent.