Eat the Rainbow with The Chef’s Garden

We’ve all heard that we should “eat the rainbow” for good health. Now, The Chef’s Garden makes it easy by delivering the rainbow to your door in their Eat the Rainbow Box. The Chef’s Garden is an amazing farm from Huron that has been supplying the nation’s most discerning chefs their produce. During the pandemic, they offered their specialty and heirloom vegetables, herbs and microgreens to consumers directly to consumers and they haven’t stopped! There is nothing like opening a box from The Chef’s Garden!

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Every item in the Eat the Rainbow Box is hand-picked for you when you place your order, giving you the freshest produce for your family. What used to be exclusive to the restaurant industry is now available to you. If you want to cook fancy or just healthier, this is the company you need to start ordering from right away – and year-round.

When I opened the box and found squash blossoms, I didn’t know what they were or what I’d do with them but I was excited!

I found many recipes that were deep fried, although I bet they taste great, I wanted to stay healthier. I made stuffed squash blossoms with cheese. I added fresh mozzarella after I removed the stamen. Then I drizzled with olive oil. I added sardines to about half and then baked in the oven. They came out delicious – something unexpected for sure but very, very cool!

Stuffed Squash Blossoms Recipe
Stuffed Squash Blossoms Recipe

My family love asparagus so we were thrilled to receive purple and white asparagus in the Eat the Rainbow box!  We normally drizzle with olive oil, pepper, and a little parmesan cheese for a delicious and colorful side dish.  The asaparaus was so fresh and so delicious. Look at this rainbow!  Swiss chard has the most colorful stems! You can eat both the stems and leaves. Just look at how fresh this generous bunch is.

You can basically switch out spinach or kale in any recipe with Swiss chard. The stems require a little longer to cook than the leaves. I created this Creamy Garlic Swiss Chard Chicken recipe and my family loved it. What I love about The Chef’s Garden is that it helps me to prepare food for my family that we can’t get at our local grocery stores. This means we are getting vitamins and nutrients that we normally wouldn’t into our diets.

I love the little herbs and microgreens from The Chef’s Garden. They are tiny touches that had a lot of flavor and nutrition to any meal. Both Pean Tendrils and Nasturtium Leaves can be eaten raw and are an unexpected and delicious addition to any fresh entree or salad.

Now is your chance to order Farm to Doorstep Local Produce from Chef’s Garden that was once only available to chefs! Order the Eat the Rainbow like we had above, noting that as the season changes, so does the produce. Choose between Small, Medium, or Large boxes depending on the size of your family.

You can also purchase by item. if you don’t want the Eat the Rainbox box above.   They also have an Anti-Aging Mix and Chef Provision packs that include full meals with meat.

Browse The Chef’s Garden website to find gourmet restaurant-quality specialty produce for you and your family.

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