Apple – Storage

Storing in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator is the ideal environment and will keep the apples at their best. If storing in a basement or garage the temp should not go below 32 degrees. Use...

Dried Onions – Storage

Store 32-34 degrees in a dry environment. Have an overabundance of onions? Caramelize them in the slow cooker to freeze in portions. Check out our YouTube channel for the video. French onion soup...

Carrots- Storage

Carrots- Storage

Store in crisper drawers in plastic bags lined with paper towel. If your carrots don't have their greens removed already, remove before storing.  The greens will draw moisture out of the carrots....

Winter Squash – Storage

Winter Squash – Storage

Store in a dark, cool, well-ventilated area at approximately 54-59 degrees. Once cut, store no more than 4 days in the refrigerator. Butternut squash will store for quite sometime as long as there...

Potatoes – Storage

Potatoes – Storage

Potatoes should be checked for any damage or soft spots. Only potatoes in excellent shape should be stored. Ensure good ventilation – store potatoes in a cardboard box, paper bag, basket or mesh bag...

Sweet Potatoes – Storage

Sweet Potatoes – Storage

Store at approximately 55 to 59 degrees, in a basket, box or shelf lined with newspaper. If you notice your sweet potatoes starting to shrivel, it is time to cook them. The simplest is to roast and...

Celeriac (or Celery Root)

Celeriac (or Celery Root)

This vegetable will not win a beauty contest but don't judge a book by its cover. It is part of the celery family. Its stems and leaves are usually used for flavoring cooking liquid or stock and its...