Our produce is 100% organic every day of the year and much of it is grown within a 150-mile radius. Seasonally-selected, tummy-approved!

We know summer is nearly here…with the arrival of delicious stone fruit!

Jeremy : May 31, 2016 8:35 pm : Produce
stonefruitseasonStone fruit season
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Our blood oranges have no bones!

Jeremy : February 6, 2016 12:17 pm : Produce

blood orange slice

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kes : August 6, 2015 10:06 pm : Produce
black turkey figs Certified organic figs.

Each year, when August rolls around, the first figs arrive. We exclaim, “Figs!”

As if this August were the first. It’s always like the first time, with a delicate fig.

We’re not going to tell you how to eat a fig. Just that – these are so moist and delightfully sweet.


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Fava Forever

kes : June 11, 2015 1:43 pm : Produce
fava beansCertified Organic, Local Fava Beans

Fava forever! A worker from Muddy Boots farm just delivered these ridiculously sweet & milky beans.

We sauteed with a little local olive oil and garlic. But we just can’t stop eating them raw. Ridiculously delicious! And these are fun for people aged 2-102!

SFGate says that just one cup of raw, fresh fava beans is 150 percent of an adult’s daily dietary fiber requirement. More ridiculously fun nutritious info here on the fava bean.

Find these favas by our eggplant and artichoke. Mmm!

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kes : May 28, 2015 9:43 pm : Highlights, Produce
Certified organic strawberries.

Swanton Berry farms strawberries

Strawberries rock. Strawberry pie is the best. IMG_0672Second only to strawberry-rhubarb puddin’ cake.

We’re thinking of that Buddhist story about a woman who’s stuck on the side of a cliff, tiger below & tiger above.  She climbs a vine to get away from one tiger, only to find another. The woman looks at the vine that got her there, and sees two mice gnawing at the vine. Then she sees a wild strawberry growing on the vine, and eats it.

The strawberry is delicious.


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kes : January 31, 2015 9:10 pm : Highlights, Produce
AsparagusCertified organic Asparagus

We’ve been waiting for the arrival of asparagus, heralding longer daylight hours, our inevitable march towards the vernal equinox.

Anna Thomas (Love Soup) created a fresh, bright green soup with asparagus, fennel and snap peas.

This is what we’ll make! What will you do with your asparagus?


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From the Island of Tangerina

kes : January 6, 2015 1:26 pm : Highlights, Produce
Tangerines 2015Certified Organic Tangerines

These are the tangerines you’d find on the Island of Tangerina.

So orange! Sweet! Did we say round? And – orange? Yes, but we’ll say it again: Let the citrus abound, it’s so orange!

We’ve been struggling with a tangerine pie, because we keep eating the tangerines before the pie is made. There’s always lemon meringue…

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Pears & then some more pears

kes : July 27, 2014 12:08 pm : Highlights, Produce
bartlett pearsCertified organic Bartlett pears

The quintessential pear: The Bartlett!

Let your pears ripen to a soft yellow, or slice them thinly for a crunchy addition to most salads.


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Enter the fig.

kes : July 24, 2014 2:13 pm : Highlights, Produce
figsCertified organic figs: Black, Brown Turkey, Calimyrna.

Sweet, glittering, moist – this is the time to eat a fig or more.

In our produce section!

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Peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, apricots…

kes : May 22, 2014 11:57 am : Highlights, Produce
stone fruit 2014Stone Fruit
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