Cambridge, MA is something of a magical place. It's a rich stew of history meeting innovation, fresh faced newbies colliding and collaborating with folks who have been there for decades.
The Cambridge root system was small, family owned businesses that worked and tended to it for generations. The fruit is one of most high tech hubs in the world that seeks to solve society's great problems.
For the title of this email did I just make a mash up of a bright. leafy summer green and the 1998 teen classic "Can't Hardly Wait"? Sure did.
Two reasons for this groan worthy turn of phrase:
First, Jennifer Love Hewitt dishes out an incredibly compelling performance as deeply pensive high school student searching for love in all the totally expected places while Third Eye Blind croons their 90's banger to end all bangers "How's it gonna be".
They say that variety is the spice of life. But maybe in cooking, spice is the spice of life. Oh wait. Maybe it's that a variety of spices is the spice of life... We may be overthinking this.
We are thrilled to launch a new collaboration with Curio Spice Co to zhuzh up your spice drawer with a zephyr of fresh, sustainable aromas and flavors. We're launching a Spice of the Month offering curated by Curio to bring one beautifully blended spice into your shares each month. The spices are thoughtfully chosen to be approachable and a good match for the seasonal produce and proteins that arrive in your shares.