Anyone who’s had the pleasure of dining at farm-to-table outpost Blue Hill New York or the exquisite agriculture and culinary destination Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Westchester knows the immense care and thought that go into creating those memorable meals. Now co-owners Dan, David and Laureen Barber are bottling up some of that goodness with their new line of savory/sweet yogurts.
Made from milk produced by grass-fed cows in the Northeast, the four unusual flavors — tomato, beet, carrot and butternut squash — are delicious on their own or as ingredients to elevate dishes such as Tomato, Watermelon and Yogurt Gazpacho (you can find more recipes at BlueHillYogurt.com). Plus, with those pretty sherbet colors on your table, who needs flowers?
$2.99 each at Whole Foods markets
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