What's Fresh Now: January
Mushrooms: Mushrooms alone are an excellent source of minerals and are full or essential antioxidants, they also make or a yummy side dish to any meal. Try these delicious stuffed mushroom caps with the goat cheese, they are hearty and filling. For more recipes like this check out and follow our Pure Catskills Pinterest page!
Kale: How does kale stay fresh even in the cold months? According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac kale is a hardy, cool-season green that will continue growing until it is 20 degrees F. It tastes even sweeter with a touch of frost. Not only does it grow in abundance here in the Catskills, it also has a number of health benefits. Learn more tips on planting, caring and harvesting to plan for your upcoming growing season online here!
Venison/Elk: Looking for a new red meat that has less fat and more protein? Elk (or venison!) is the answer. Not only does it pack 25 grams of protein per ounce serving just 130 calories, elk offers high levels of iron (15% RDV), phosphorus (20%) and zinc (20%). Bring some home today from Pure Catskills member, Rock-n-Pinkster Farm.