This post is sponsored by Door-to-Door Organics. All opinions are my own. #MyFarm2Table
I have been using Door-to-Door Organics for a while now, receiving a Little Mixed Box every other week, and I absolutely love it. Each box is always filled with great quality produce that I can customize a few days prior to ensure I get exactly what I want each time.
I wrote a post about my experience with Door-to-Door Organics in April (this post for Honey Mustard Roasted Rainbow Carrots) if you want to learn more.
This week, I will be sharing a bunch of recipes that I made for a Farm-to-Table Dinner using a Local Farm Box plus a curated selection of local foods, courtesy of Door-to-Door Organics. I had plenty of ingredient to choose from, look at all these goodies!
These products are sourced locally when possible and come from a number of different local farmers.
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I used this as an opportunity to bring some of the “farm” into my little city condo. We typically eat dinner on the kitchen island, so I transformed our little space into a picnic! The tomatoes were so gorgeous, the ones not used for the meal became part of the tablescape, along with some of the fresh herbs I used in the recipes as well as a bouquet of flowers.
We had plenty of options to choose from, beginning with Gazpacho and then feasting on Zucchini Boats, Mediterranean Chicken Skewers, and Jalapeno Poppers. Our meal was complemented with a Sparkling Blueberry Pomegranate Cocktail, which was 1/2 oz St. Germain with Club Soda and a splash of Pomegranate Juice topped with Blueberries — so simple and really tasty!
I’m sharing the recipes all week (with the Sparkling Blueberry Pomegranate Cocktail below) so stop back to see what I’ve made!
- Heirloom Gazpacho
- Vegetarian Stuffed Zucchini Boats
- Mediterranean Chicken Skewers
- Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers
I served the food on wooden boards to give it a more outdoorsy feel and we drank out of mason jars (which is actually the norm in my household anyways).
I still have plenty of ingredients left from this basket so I can’t wait to see what else I can make later this week! (Update: I made this Mushroom Pasta with Local Organic Cremini (Baby Bella) Mushrooms and Vera Pasta Bucatini Pasta; so good!)
- 1/2 oz St. Germain
- Club Soda
- splash of Pomegranate Juice
- Fill a glass with ice.
- Add the St. Germain.
- Fill the glass with club soda and add a splash of pomegranate juice.
- Top with 5-6 blueberries and stir to combine.