Source local when available

Rasberrys always strives to source locally whenever possible. We are loving all the new “growers” that are popping up as demand continues to increase. Please consider supporting the farmers close to your home by frequenting farmers markets, food coops and health food stores. In the Wood River Valley Farmer’s Markets are Tuesdays from 2-6 pm at the base of River Run on Bald Mountain in Ketchum and in the big grassy lot next to Sturtevants on Thursdays from 2-6 pm in Hailey.

Here’s the list of who we are currently working with and more are being added every day.

Idaho's Bounty & all participating Farmers not listed below

Agrarian Harvest

Five Bee Hives

CD Enterprises

Charlie's Produce

Chocolate Moose

Grasmick Produce

Kasota Hydroponics

Ketchum Farmers Market

King's Crown Organics

Mountain Fresh

Mountain Pride

NourishMe

Old Almo Creamery

Picabo Desert Farm

Purple Sage Farms

Squash Blossom Farm

Waterwheel Gardens

Wagon Wheel Produce

Squash So Many Ways

It is no secret that we love squash! We think of it as a wonder food here at Rasberrys. You may notice we like to use it in many fall recipes! While you may not dry the “string” then grind it to a powder and make pumpkin spice mix for future use (like we do), there are so many other things to do with the pulp and meat. If you have an abundance, consider freezing in smaller portions for recipes later. These ideas can work for squash, pumpkin or sweet potatoes.

  1. Pumpkin Cookies

  2. Pumpkin Soup or Bisque

  3. Pumpkin Hummus

  4. Pumpkin Linguine

  5. Squash Lasagne

  6. Delicata Squash

  7. Squash Salad Dressing

  8. Pumpkin Cheesecake

  9. Pumpkin Thumbprints

  10. Pumpkin Smoothie

  11. Add to Pet Food

Hummus - 20 different ways

So it's officially mid-summer...when vegetables are fresh and fabulous.  It's hot, so you don't want to cook, but need a little change on what you are dipping your veggie sticks into, taking to parties and slathering on your pita wedges.  This summer, we are really loving carrot hummus and so are our clients.  One big retailer down the highway is selling beet hummus that apparently make the kids go crazy!  Whatever taste you are aiming for, here are some new ways to spice up a summer party classic.  Thanks OneGreenPlanet.org

1. Sweet Pea Hummus

2. Roasted Kumquat with White Bean Hummus

3. Parsley Hummus

4. Roasted Balsamic Carrot Hummus

5. Maple-Glazed Roasted Parsnip Hummus

6. Lentil Hummus

7. Black Bean Jalapeno Hummus

8. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

9. Spinach & Garlic Hummus

10. Sweet Potato Hummus

11. Edamame Pistachio Hummus

12.  Avocado Hummus

13. Smoky Chipotle Pumpkin Hummus

14.  Black Hummus

15. Homemade Hummus with Red Pepper

16.  Babagahummus

17.  Sweet Pea Hummus

18.  Oil-Free Kale Edamame Hummus

19.  Smoky White Bean and Roasted Yellow Pepper Hummus

20.  Low-Fat Sweet Potato Hummus