Editor’s note: Good Eggs no longer operates in New York City.
Technically speaking, it’s spring. Mother Nature has never really been one for calendars, though. The books might say we recently changed seasons, but the farmers markets stands are full of produce that got us through the winter.
These cool weather stalwarts from Breezy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill in the Hudson Valley are many pantries’ saving graces and consistently finish strong as we welcome warmer weather (soon, oh soon, please!). Be grateful for your New York apples, folks; you never know what kind of harsh winter they’ll get you through…
These Golden Delicious hold their own, but they can also make a mean apple pie from Gramercy Tavern.
Refresh your go-to pasta dish with this kale pappardelle paired with this carrot top pesto.
There’s more than one way to drink cider, and more than one cider to drink — trust us. We happily recommend Breezy Hill’s half-gallon.
Dress up this double spinach ravoli as you wish; we suggest you wash it down with one of these white wines.
It’s not like this doughnuts need any backup, but if you’re going there, might as well make it Ample Hills.
This post is the most recent in a collaboration with Good Eggs. You can read more about Breezy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill on their website. Looking for more seasonal stories? Check out the “What’s in Season?” section of our sidebar (to the right) for some of the best of our timely content.