Fresh Flyer 5.30.17
Owner Bonus Buys  Owner PriceRegular Price
Fondue 12oz$10.99/ea$14.99/ea
Fresh Co+op Deals
Organic Blueberries$3.99/eayou save $3.00/ea
Organic Raspberries$3.99/eayou save $2.00/ea
Organic Mini Watermelon$2.99/eayou save $3.00/ea
Organic Watermelon$0.59/lbyou save $1.00/lb
Organic Green and Red Grapes$2.99/lbyou save $3.00/lb
Organic Strawberries$2.99/eayou save $3.00/ea
Fresh Co+op Basics
Organic Ginger$3.99/lb
Organic 5lb Carrot Bags$4.99/ea
Organic Bulk Carrots$0.99/lb
Organic Bananas$0.99/lb

Featured Recipe: Mediterranean Potato Salad

4 lbs new potatoes, quartered or halved
1 tbsp garlic scapes, chopped
3 tbsp chopped sun-dried tomatoes
1 1/2 cups Kalamata olives
1 cup fresh basil, roughly chopped and loosely packed
1 1/2 cups feta cheese
1 cup sun-dried tomatoes in oil
4 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 cup oil (from sun-dried tomatoes)

Steam the potatoes until soft. While this is happening, make the dressing by talking the cup of sun-dried tomatoes in oil, drain from oil and pulse in food processor, adding vinegar and reserved oil until well incorporated. Set aside. When potatoes have been drained of boiling water, mix with garlic scapes, remaining chopped sun-dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives, basil, and feta. Coat with the sun-dried tomato vinaigrette and serve room temperature or chilled. Makes a good side dish pairing with roasted summer squash or zucchini.

Featured Local Produce: New Potatoes

It’s already the time of year for tender, sweet, and ready-to-be-eaten new crop potatoes! We’re excited to let you know that we have freshly dug new potatoes available on our produce shelves from the folks at New South Co-op and later this week from Three Springs Farm. The window for new potatoes is brief as soon they will need to be pulled from the ground and stored somewhere cool for the season. Here are some of our preferred ways to enjoy them:

Roasted! For larger ones, quarter, for tiny ones, half or roast whole. Just toss with olive oil and salt and roast on the grill wrapped in foil or in the oven at 350 until tender. For added flavor, cut the top point of a couple garlic bulbs off and drench with olive oil and roast with potatoes. When potatoes are finished you can also toss with fresh herbs such as rosemary, thyme, oregano, or sage from Sycamore Bend and Roots in Bloom.

Steamed! Again, for larger ones, quarter, half or steam whole tiny potatoes above boiling water until soft. This method is great for making a veggie side dish and steaming the new potatoes with some of the onion bunches from DH Farms and the first harvest of green beans from New South Coop. This pairs well with the fresh, in season, United States organic corn.

Potato Salad! Go with your favorite type, whether it’s a mustard or mayo or vinegar based, though we do recommend that you substitute the usual cured garlic with the fresh garlic scapes from DH Farms, while they still last! Enjoy!

Small, Local, Co-op Produce

Here’s what we have locally grown available this week from our P6 farms! And ALL of our produce is Certified Organic and Certified Naturally Grown! This week’s total for produce and plants is 116 items from 19 local P6 farms!

Bunch Spring Onions
New Potatoes
Japanese Cucumbers
Yellow Squash
Red & Green Cabbage
Green Beans
Green & Red Oak Leaf
Green & Red Butter Leaf
Green & Red Leaf Lettuce
Easter and Red Radish Bunches
Bulk Easter and Red Radish Bunches
Daikon Radishes
Bunch Gold & Red Beet Bunches
Red & White Turnip Bunches
Bulk White Turnips
Purple, Yellow, & White Cauliflower
Asian Greens
Green Onions
Baby & Large Bok Choi
Green & Red Mustard Greens
Rainbow, Green, Black, & Red Kale
Sage, Rosemary, & Spearmint Bunches
Rainbow & Orange Carrot Bunches
Green & Red Green Garlic
Garlic Scapes
Kale, Kale Plus, Spring Mix, & Arugula 5oz Clamshells
5oz Kale Bags
Bulk Spring Mix
Tarragon, Thyme, Dill, Lavender, Lemongrass, Sage, Rosemary, Thyme Fresh Herb Clamshells
Sweet Potatoes
Premium, Baby, and Large Size Shiitakes
Blackberry Starts
Potted Succulents
Herb Plant Starts
Perennial Plant Starts
Pepper Plant Starts
Tomato Plant Starts
Tomatillo Plant Starts
Ozark Tonic, Ozark Super Hot Tonic & Ozark Hemp Tonic Salad Dressing

Grown for us by: Sycamore Bend, Sweden Creek, Foundation Farm, Lightner Farm, Ozark Herbal Creations, Pebbles Farm, Dry Creek Refuge, Three Springs Farm, New South Coop, DH Farm, Honeysuckle Garden, Ozark Alternatives, Harmony Garden, Rocky Comfort Natural Farm, Plants Alive, Funny Farm, Freedom Road Farm, Dripping Springs Garden, and Peace Farm.

~Pauline, Fresh Foods Manager

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