There is no sincerer love than the love of food.
ApricotsOrganic, from Frog Hollow. A parade of varying varieties has commenced (now Robota), Al has many varieties (early to late maturing) planted, ensuring consistent supply. Sold per 10-pound flat.
Beans!A bevy of local beans from Brentwood is on! Choose from Yellow Wax, Blue Lake, Romano and French. Note that fresh Cranberry shelling beans are due within a couple weeks; early this year!
Estero Gold ReserveFrom Highway One, double gold award winning Italian farmstead style cheese, crafted from Jersey milk. Subtle, creamy, buttery flavor is great paired with fruit, also melts well in pasta and polenta. On sale at $10.75 per pound, sold per 8-pound wheel.
Arugula RabeOrganic, local, from Knoll. Tender, spicy flowering Arugula tops await your quick sauté or steam. Sold per pound.
Nepitella MintA variety prized in Sicily for use in fresh sausage making. Small leaves with an oregano nuanced flavor. Sold by 3-day preorder by clamshell pack.
While Meyer lemons, Pixie Mandarins, and Minneola Tangelos should run through this month, we know our collective taste buds get tired of citrus and stored apples and pears. As the weather warms, we pine for fresh, exciting and new fruit flavors. Read the Monthly Newsletter here! The artichoke, or Cynara scolymus, a thistle family member and grandchild to cardoon, is a perennial with a four year life span. Read more here.
Petite RadishesZesty and vibrant! Averaging 3 inches from tip of root to top of green, these crispy, crunchy nubbins are organically grown with love in Berkeley. Beautiful, delicate, perfect for spring salads, garnish, or perhaps even lightly braised. Sold per 4-ounce clamshell pack.
Learn about how we work with the most reputable growers and brokers, building strong relationships. For your chocolate truffles, cookies, tortes, soufflés and savory molés. For frostings, fillings, ganache and galettes. Find all your chocolate needs fulfilled at GreenLeaf. We work with two exceptional local chocolate producers and stock everything needed for your next phenomenal chocolate masterpiece. Take a look here.
Begun in 1968 as a grade A goat dairy, Jennifer Bice’s Redwood Hill Farm and Creamery has long been an industry leader in promoting the benefits of goat’s milk products, all the while developing a nationally recognized herd of champion goats that continues to win awards to this day. Learn more. Spring is here, the days are getting longer, and we’re reaching for one of our favorite, and most versatile ingredients, the humble egg. Learn more here.