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Breakfast is served!

Come see us for breakfast! Our new Breakfast Burritos include melted cheddar, two organic eggs, bacon (optional) and our house potatoes all rolled up SB-style and served with our housemade salsa. Yum. Not a burrito person? We feel you. We also serve oatmeal, yogurt parfaits, breakfast tartines, jam scones and muffins daily until 11:00 am. […]

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We love a party!

All special orders are packaged in boxes or plated on recyclable platters. SPINACH PUFFS (12 pieces). Bite-sized savory tarts filled with spinach, feta cheese and onions. $18/dozen. CHOPPED SALAD IN PASTA SHELLS (12 pieces). Jumbo pasta shells stuffed with Greek-style chopped salad. $18/dozen. QUINOA PATTIES & JAMAICAN JERK SAUCE (12 pieces). Gluten-free mini patties served […]

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How to Grill a Turkey

Once you’ve grilled a turkey, you may never go back to the oven-roasted variety. Not only is grilled turkey moist and flavorful, grilling your turkey leaves the oven free for other cooking and baking needs! When selecting a turkey, estimate 1 pound of turkey per adult. Plan ahead – before the turkey even hits the […]

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New for Fall!

It still feels like summer, but we’re ready for Fall! Our October Soup Calendar is up. Every day – something delicious! Our Mid-Week Meals are great for people who want to eat well at home and don’t always have time (or energy?) to cook. Order on Monday, pick up on Wednesday. Our new Kale & Quinoa Salad […]

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FEBRUARY Mid-Week Meal & Soup Calendars!

FEBRUARY. Already?! Our Mid-Week Meals menu is designed to give you fresh, healthful options at home, during the week, when you need them most. Weekly pickups include soup, two salads and optional main dishes. Our February Soup Calendar is up! We also make soup on the weekends, but it’s chef’s choice, so if you want […]

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Eat Your Greens!

This is the season for celebrating dark leafy greens. Packed with fiber, vitamins and minerals, they are some serious food. Kale, collards, chard, spinach, and mustard greens top my list. Before cooking with greens, fill a sink basin or large bowl with cold water and swish the greens around in it, then lift them from the water, leaving any sand and grit behind in the water. Repeat this process until the water is clear.

This week’s post is a collection of recipes designed to inspire you to add more dark leafy goodness into your diet. Get on with it!

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