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Onions

When added to a dish, onions make it come alive with aromatic undertones. When used raw, they add a punch to salads and salsa. But the real magic takes place when they're cooked: A light sauté or slow roast mellows their pungent, acrid flavors and coaxes out their natural sweetness.

Peeled White Pearl Onions

Peeled White Pearl Onions

Pearls are very small onions valued for their sweet, delicate flavor and are usually served as an accompaniment. Pearl onions can be creamed, roasted or glazed.

Peeled Cipollini Onions

Peeled Cipollini Onions

Cipollini are softer in flavor than their relatives making them ideal for creamed or glazed onions. Their size and shape lend well to cooking and serving whole. Try them roasted or grilled on skewers.

Peeled Shallots

Peeled Shallots

Looking a little like garlic, the Shallot is milder than yellow onions but still maintains a bite when eaten raw. Their focused flavor does very well when chopped and added to sautés and they are a great way to liven up dishes that call for onions.

Peeled Red Pearl Onions

Peeled Red Pearl Onions

Red pearls are similar to their white pearl siblings but have just a touch more flavor and bite. They can also be creamed, roasted or grilled and add a layer of flavor when added to recipe that calls for onion. Also great for pickling.

Unpeeled Pearl Onions

Unpeeled Pearl Onions

Pearls are very small onions valued for their sweet, delicate flavor and are usually served as an accompaniment. Pearl onions can be creamed, roasted or glazed. If you're looking to save time, try our peeled version!

Unpeeled Cipollini Onions

Unpeeled Cipollini Onions

Cipollini are softer in flavor than their relatives making them ideal for creamed or glazed onions. Their size and shape lend well to cooking and serving whole. Try them roasted or grilled on skewers. If you're looking to save time, try our peeled version!

Unpeeled Red Pearl Onions

Unpeeled Red Pearl Onions

Red pearls are similar to their white pearl siblings but have just a touch more flavor and bite. They can also be creamed, roasted or grilled and add a layer of flavor when added to recipe that calls for onion. Also great for pickling. If you're looking to save time, try our peeled version!

Unpeeled Gold Pearl Onions

Unpeeled Gold Pearl Onions

Gold pearls are similar to their white pearl siblings but have slightly rounder, heartier flavor. They can also be creamed, roasted or grilled and add a layer of flavor when added to recipe that calls for onion. Also great for pickling. If you're looking to save time, try our peeled version!

Unpeeled Shallots

Unpeeled Shallots

Looking a little like garlic, the Shallot is milder than yellow onions but still maintains a bite when eaten raw. Their focused flavor does very well when chopped and added to sautés and they are a great way to liven up dishes that call for onions. If you're looking to save time, try our peeled version!

Greens

Fresh greens are great for livening up that everyday salad, but they can be so much more... Braised greens with chicken stock and smoked sausage rounds and a side of cornbread makes for a great down-home meal. Fresh spicy greens go well next to a hunk of hard cheese under a drizzle of good balsamic vinegar for a savory snack. And they are perfect as a garnish to add a splash of intensity to any gourmet plate.

Each variety of greens has it's own unique characteristics. Read more about all the greens we offer below.

Spring Mix

Spring Mix

Containing baby lettuces and baby greens, try replacing your usual lettuce with our spring mix to turn an every day salad into a gourmet side! Dress as you would an iceberg or bib lettuce salad.

Wild Arugula

Wild Arugula

Similar to watercress, wild arugula has a peppery flavor. It can be eaten raw, wilted or cooked. Pair it with other lettuces to wake up a salad or use it as a replacement for fresh spinach in recipes for a livelier result.

Baby Kale

Baby Kale

Unlike mature kale, the stems and leaves of baby kale are edible. The slightly peppery flavor is great in a fresh salad or added to your mixture of braising greens. Sautéd, wilted or raw, baby kale will add extra depth to your dishes.

Baby Romaine

Baby Romaine

Baby romaine is all about the texture! Crunchy but not chewy, baby romaine is a crucial component of Caesar salad. It also goes great atop burgers and sandwiches. We combine both red and green romaines to get the best of both texture and flavor!

Baby Spinach

Baby Spinach

Sweet and slightly chewy in texture, baby spinach is very versatile in the kitchen. Can be added to soups and sautés, included on nut and cheese plates, can be served wilted or raw and is right at home in a salad. Try finely chopping and sprinkling over a pasta dish.

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