Relax this Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is for making memories, not making grocery runs. At Rubinette, we want you to spend time on mashed potatoes and persimmon pie, not mad dashes to the store. That’s why we put together everything for your Thanksgiving dinner in one box.
Find all the fruits, vegetables and herbs you need to make a fantastic Thanksgiving feast ready and waiting for you! Feed 8-10 hungry guests with local and sustainable produce from our favorite farms. We even include inspiration and recipes.
Our Thanksgiving boxes are available in Traditional and Adventurous styles. If you just want to make a few side dishes – friendsgiving potluck, anyone? – we have a box for that, too!
Boxes will be available at Providore Fine Foods starting the Saturday before Thanksgiving at 2pm up until close on Wednesday the 27th. Allow 48 hours between order and availability.
Our Adventure Box is designed to bring out your own Thanksgiving artistry – with everything you need to get creative from wild foraged mushrooms to local potatoes. Fully customizable, you get to choose between our best local and sustainably grown produce.
Our Traditional Thanksgiving Box is a family-pleaser. From the carrots, celery, onion and herbs you need for flavorful gravy and stuffing to perfect mashing potatoes, we have your bases covered.
Maybe you aren’t making the WHOLE feast? Our Adventure Sides Box allows you to pick three from ten delicious and intriguing recipe concepts, including wild mushrooms with shallots, parsnips and celeriac with thyme and stalks of Brussels sprouts to roast whole.
Try a new pie! From Persimmon to Quince, Cranberry to Squash, one way to liven up the Thanksgiving table that will make everyone happy is with a new dessert! Josh was on AM Northwest this week giving the rundown on new fruits to try in your Thanksgiving lineup.
Pretty Persimmons. Persimmon season is back, and we are here to give you the rundown on which is what and when to use them! Fuyu persimmons are squat and adorable. These are your salad persimmons, your cheese-board persimmons, your eating-fresh and sharing persimmons. They are delicious when just slightly tender to the touch and bright orange, like an almost-ripe peach.
Hachiya persimmons are more elongated in shape and should be eaten when they are falling-apart tender. We’re not kidding – holding a ripe Hachiya should be like holding a limp water balloon. These are great for baking, especially in a spicy, old fashioned steamed persimmon pudding.
As always, we are available to answer your questions or give you more ideas – just get in touch!