Date Posted: Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

PrintFrom April through December, Delaware produces a bountiful amount of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, cut flowers, and evergreens. Our seasonality offers distinct flavors, colors, and variety that appeal to all. As a consumer, you want the best for yourself and your family. Knowing that the fresh produce you purchased has had the minimum amount […]


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Date Posted: Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

PrintDon’t be intimated; leeks are a wonderful alternative to onions and easier to clean and cut than you think. Follow these five steps for the perfect leek experience. Chop off the base (roots) Chop off the flag (green leaves) Cut the remaining leek in half lengthwise Cut half-moon sections Place in a bowl of water […]


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Date Posted: Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

Print Did you know January is National Soup Month? That’s right, and we have lots of unique soup recipes to share. Start your soup journey with our Kale and Sausage Soup recipe. It won’t disappoint. Cauliflower Soup ¬†An adventurous cook looking for a new recipe will want to give cauliflower soup a try. Asparagus Soup […]


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Date Posted: Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

PrintCooking with your child can educate and empower them to make healthy choices with fresh local ingredients. We have a few tips to keep cooking with children low stress and safe: 1. Bring out a step stool. Help them get involved with a safe full view of the kitchen counter. 2. Dress for a mess. […]


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