Veggie of the Week: Rhubarb

Veggie of the Week: Rhubarb

Veggie of the Week: Rhubarb  Find recipes in our Kitchen Director, Joel’s recipe guide here!  Rhubarb is officially in season! It is a native plant of China and traditionally used for medicinal purposes. One thing to note about rhubarb is the redder the stalk,...
Veggie of the Week: Bok Choy

Veggie of the Week: Bok Choy

Veggie of the Week: Bok Choy This week’s vegetable is Bok Choy. Bok choy is a popular vegetable in China and you may see it in Asian dishes. It’s sometimes called white cabbage or ‘soup spoon’ because of its shape. Although it’s popular in China, today we’re giving...
Veggie of the week: Green Garlic!

Veggie of the week: Green Garlic!

This season, we will be highlighting a veggie each week on Wednesdays! Tune into our Facebook, Instagram, or blog posts to find recipes, tips on using your produce, and fun facts. Our veggie of the week is green garlic. While it may not seem exciting it signals that...
ED Transition: Meet Kelly!

ED Transition: Meet Kelly!

Executive Director Leadership: Meet Kelly!  As you may know, our former executive director, Alaina Dobkowski, transitioned out of her role at the end of October 2018. Since then, the New City Neighbors staff and board have worked together to continue to run the...
Thank You

Thank You

Dear New City Neighbors Community, Today is my last day serving as the Executive Director of New City  Neighbors, and I want to take a moment to say thank you! I am so thankful for the privilege and the honor I’ve had to be a part of this community these last three...
Veggie Highlight: Beets!

Veggie Highlight: Beets!

Veggie Highlight: Beets By: Riley Box, Customer Service Manager This week’s highlighted vegetable is beets! Now, before you completely write them off …due to your grandmother’s weird pickled beets, hear me out. Don’t give up on beets, the best way to eat them is...

Executive Director Transition

The following letter was sent out to our mailing list on October 9. We wanted to make sure our entire network received it, so we are also posting on our blog. If you are not on our mailing list and would like to be, please let Mary Kay Townley know at...