Meatless Monday is a global movement launched in 2003 with a simple message, ‘one day a week, cut out meat.’ At honeygrow, our touchscreen kiosks make accommodating a meatless diet simple + easy, plus our newest Winter seasonal dishes (launching Wednesday, January 2nd)—the Vegan AF (all-spiralized vegetable noodles with smoked paprika sauce + housemade vegan choirzo) stir-fry + the S.O.S.
Soom Foods' tahini has been featured on the honeygrow menu for years, used to create sauces + dressings, such as our original Lemon Miso Tahini stir-fry sauce (which is once again available, but only at our 16th Street location) + our popular Sriracha Tahini dressing. We also now feature Soom tahini on our minigrow menus with our Black Pepper Tahini sauce.
in 1978 Gary Abramowitz launched Wok 'n Roll, a vegetarian friendly food truck, into the expansive arsenal that is Rutgers University's fast-service dining options. A few years later he found himself moving on from the truck + into the realm of tofu production at Allentown, PA's Fresh Tofu Inc., where he's been cranking out various soy-based products ever since.
The first thing people usually say to hg office manager and bookkeeper, Raelynn, after they find out she's running the Philadelphia Marathon this November is, "you're crazy." After they find out she doesn't eat meat it's, "but where do you get your protein?"
Quick to fill you in with an answer to both,
If you've seen live indie music show in Philly in the past 10 years, there's a good chance Sean Agnew, R5 Productions' founder, is responsible for bringing them into town. Our latest honeygrow hero has been enticing bands to make Philly a worthwhile stop on their tours since 1996.
After all of the St. Patrick's Day festivities, we've got GREEN on the brain, not in the form of beads, boas, or beer… but, BROCCOLI!
From stir fry to salad, from crudité to soup, I have loved broccoli since my mom convinced me to eat it under melted cheese at the dinner table. As a hardy vegetable, it can be enjoyed seasonally for much of the year, which is great news based on this ever-growing list of benefits (and fun facts)!
1. Broccoli originated in Italy, where it's been eaten since the time of the ancient Romans in the 6th Century BC.