Aug
15

Eat Local Challenge Week 2

10271307_682837005098343_4660205527387005544_o 10615382_757691440964681_5452162817706185942_nThis past week eating delicious treats from my first box has been amazing. We’ve had  home made pizza, egg tartine with local veggies and Beehive cheese, meatballs and soup. I was so  excited to see what Kimberly has in store for us all this week and despite all her hints I could have never imagine I would see an entire 6 pack of Daily Rise cold brew coffee waiting for me.  This stuff is made for coffee lovers and the caffeine kick really delivers, if you need to get your house cleaned then this is the drink for you. eatlocal

This weeks box also included an entire chicken! I am so excited to roast this sucker and I have been saving a special recipe just for a bird like this and lucky me, my recipe calls for honey and we also got a jar of delicious local raw  honey too.  We also got another half gallon of the delicious Rosehill Dairy milk we got last week, I love this stuff.

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERA And of course we also got a healthy portion of local veggies  like potatoes, garlic, carrots and this week also included a bag of kale. I can not wait to get cooking! Be sure to keep checking in with Thefamilypracticeblog.com/ for recipes, updates and more!

 

 

  • Rosehill Dairy 2% Milk
  • Canyon Natural Meats Whole Chicken
  • The Honey Jar Raw Honey
  • Vivian’s Live Again Creamy Chicken Soup Mix
  • Daily Rise Coffee Cold Brew Coffee
  • Mololo Gardens and 3 Squares Produce: Rainbow Carrots, Red and White Turnips, Red and White Large Shallots, Garlic, Potatoes, Kale (Lacinato aka Dinosaur, Red Russian and Curly)
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About Mikaela

Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her husband, 2 kiddos and fur baby and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.

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