“If you’re looking for a spicy little bite from an unpretentious small green leaf,” Farmer Lee Jones says, “then petite nasturtium leaves are exactly what you need!”
If Farmer Lee Jones had it his way, he’d create a top 100 list of the best summer crops but we’ve convinced him to narrow it down to the top 10! Here are his final choices, products we’ve shipped to top chefs around the country and world – and are now available for home chefs, as well.
With our fresh lettuce, you can create a salad that can be appreciated as much as the entrée!
When Bob Jones, Jr. thinks about prepping the fields to plant summer crops, he and the rest of his family think about the desired end results first. What they want are fresh vegetables, edible flowers, herbs and more that look and taste great, and are nutrient rich and free of toxins so they can provide chefs with what they want and need.
Restaurant diners are more adventurous, convivial and inclusive than they've ever been before. This trend has led to the emergence of shareable plates and menus that cater to smaller bites but bigger flavors.
It was illness and loss that first inspired Andrea Beaman, one of our presenters at this year’s Roots conference, to explore a new route to eating and living. It was after she witnessed her mother pass away from cancer after first enduring painful medical procedures for cancer that Andrea first began thinking about food and nutrition in a different light.