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The “Traditional” box is sustainably raised and sourced comfort food and features some of our customer’s favorite meals from the past along with some new and exciting offerings. We are bringing back the always popular chicken parmesan with gluten-free pasta, local chicken pot pie, New England maple glazed salmon and garlic herb roasted chicken to name a few in addition to showcasing some of Chef Rachael’s latest creations. Meticulously prepared, portion controlled, nutritionally balanced and of course delicious.
The new paleo winter menu features seasonal New England favorites such as beautiful winter squash from Himelstein Farm in Lebanon Connecticut. Don’t miss our roasted fennel scented delicata squash, candied hubbard, or butternut squash noodles. Other new menu items celebrate the cranberry harvest from Cape Cod Cranberries which were preserved in the fall and feature in our cranberry BBQ pulled chicken and slow roasted pork loin with cranberry orange chutney. While Paleo friendly, our hunter gatherer ancestors surely never ate this well.
Let our comforting Soups & Stew box take you through the cold New England winter. Each box features small batch roast chicken bone broth, hearty chicken soup, grass fed beef stew, sweet potato coconut bisque and one chef's choice per box. Items are served in a 32 oz resealable bag and delivered frozen so you can enjoy immediately or over time. All soups are made with pasture raised chicken broth that has been slow cooked for over 12 hours to maximize collagen content and health benefits.
With the serenity and natural beauty of our farm, and working with the Wyndham Land Trust,
we have preserved nearly 200 acres of pristine New England landscape encompassing native
American Indian trails and the pre-revolutionary “Old Kings Highway” running from Hartford, Connecticut to Plymouth Plantation.
Our meals taste the best because they are made with only the best ingredients.
Rotational grazing and high-quality compost produce naturally healthier soil,
which provides increased vitamin and mineral content in the produce and meats.
In addition, a healthier plant system allows the farms to eliminate the need for harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
The addition of roots, bugs, worms, and other naturally-occurring proteins to their diets truly make our animals tastier.
We also allow our animals to continue feeding on their mothers most of their first year of life, making our meats tastier,
more nutritious, and more tender than meat from other farms. That is the Azuluna way!