Archive for May, 2015

5 Hacks To Grocery Shopping Bliss!

5 hacks to grocery shopping bliss

New to Door to Door Organics? Get ready to enjoy the wonderful world of grocery shopping made joyful. It’s a world where you can shop in your PJs at midnight from the comfort of your couch & where groceries magically show up at your front door. It’s a world with fewer worries, just peace of mind knowing that your favorite grocery store only carries the best, worry-free foods! Welcome to #JoyDelivered! Your order will always be ready for revising on Friday, regardless of your delivery day. Then you’ll have until your order locks on the day before your delivery day to sub out up to 5 items you don’t like for foods you love, as well as add groceries. We’ll […]

Read more

Comments

Fresh-Baked, Old World-Style Loaves

Jeff Cleary Photo

Last month, several of my coworkers and I got the plum assignment of visiting the Golden, Colo.-based bakery known as Grateful Bread. If you’ve never heard of them, you’re not alone since they have no retail brick and mortar. They do, however, have a stellar reputation in the restaurant world for what founder, Jeff Cleary, calls “chef-driven” bread. Always formed by hand and allowed to sit up to three days to develop complex flavors before baking, Jeff’s breads are the cornerstone of a good meal at scores of Denver’s top restaurants including Mercantile, Rioja, and Acorn. Freshness is paramount, so Grateful Bread delivers in the morning for lunch service and again in the afternoon for dinner, including stops at The […]

Read more

Comments

The Art of Grass-Fed Beef

Colorful Ranch Cow in the field

We wanted to learn more about how our local, grass-fed beef is raised, so we recently drove two hours east of Denver to visit with Tom Lasater, one of the founders of Colorful Ranch, a division of Lasater Grasslands Beef. Since 1949, this storied family has been raising 100% grass-fed and grass-finished cattle on the eastern plains near Matheson. This expanse of short-grass prairie is home to 850 head of the Lasater’s specialized breed of cattle, Beefmaster, which is a cross of Hereford, Shorthorn and Brahman. Chosen for traits like heartiness, weight, and disposition, Beefmaster cattle feed on native grasses including cool-season varieties like ‘western wheatgrass’ and emerging warm-season varieties like ‘gamma grass.’ “A variety of nutrients is important to the […]

Read more

Comments