Growing Season is Here: Now Just Add Cooking

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Just as the farms are starting to grow some delicious things for us to eat here in New England (or to be fair the greenhouses are doing a lot of the work right now), the kids’ schedules are going crazy.  From end of year events, special meetings, concerts, recitals and ball games, planning for dinner is a bit of a nightmare.  I find myself buying the foods I love, fresh corn from Florida, green beans, local lettuce, and New England springtime treats like ramps and fiddleheads but not having time to figure out what to make with them.

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I tried Just Add Cooking earlier this year, and what I love about them is that they work with local chefs.  Culinary Director of the Grafton Group, Mark Goldberg is working with Just Add Cooking to create summer entrées that are quick and easy to make and take no longer than 30 minutes.  Memorial Day started with a black bean burger with cucumber, avocado and lime.  This week (orders due by today, May 27th) chicken with watermelon, feta and arugula will be a perfect way to taste summer.  Then, seared salmon with summer peach salad is on the menu for the following week (orders placed by noon on Wednesday, June 3)

If you want a little help getting through these last crazy weeks of the school year, then you can enter to win a free trial week of Just Add Cooking here.
Win a free trial week of Just Add Cooking here. Open to residents of MA ONLY.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. HALF TIME Turkey and Cheese!!

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    1. leahklein says:

      Oops it looks like I need to updates giveaway! This is two mixed together.

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