The simple joy of biting into a crisp apple is what September is all about! To celebrate the first week of fall, we’re cooking through our apple picking haul. We kick things off with a comforting Sunday roast pork, make a midweek statement salad midweek and wrap up the week with breakfast-for-dinner!
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This stir fry is inspired by Lomo Saltado, a classic Chinese Peruvian stir fry traditionally made with tomatoes, red onion, tender beef, rice and french fries. This version swaps out the summer tomatoes for thinly sliced Brussels sprouts and the addition of a smokey Peruvian chili paste.
Two pounds of hand-selected, prime large to jumbo medjool dates, hand-packed at their prime in a kraft box, which is also reusable and recyclable. These organic, California grown dates are known for their deep, rich caramel and brown sugar flavors and melt in your mouth texture.
New York Shuk's newest spice blend! Brought to Israel from Yemen, think of this fragrant blend as a kind of Middle Eastern pumpkin spice. Stir it into fresh coffee to indulge in a cup that’s warm, sweet and pungent; or use it to add depth to dessert treats and savory slow-cooked dishes alike.