Recipes from Cooking Day-September 7

Jen and Suzanne started the day by spiralizing squash.  Spiralized squash makes a really delicious pasta substitute.  We tried it out on Kim Moxley’s culinary arts students and they were ALL pleasantly surprised.  You can buy one online or locally at Walmart.  They are about $15 for the counter top version, much less for this[…]

Fermentation Friday, September 28

We are very pleased to have Bird and Hopper Farm present 2 fermentation demonstrations on Friday September 28 at the Market.  The first will begin at 10 am, the second will start at noon.  Fermentation kits will be available for sale. Fermentation is a very old method of food preservation. It has been around since the[…]

Roasted red pepper, bean and arugula salad

Peppers really come into their glory in September.  Most varieties are fully ripe and flavor is at it’s peak.  Chef Jen will be cooking with peppers on September 7 and the pepper tasting is September 14. Ingredients: 3 cups chopped arugula or spinach leaves 4 ripe bell peppers 1/3 cup sliced red onion 1½ cups cooked[…]

July is a BUSY month at the Market!

There is a special event each Friday in July!  Plan to attend Cooking Day, Wellness Day, the Berry Festival and the HWY 21 yard sale. All events are free and occur during the entire Market from 9am to 1pm in Town Park. The Kids Corner is open each Friday from 10-11am with Miss Abby and[…]

The easiest kale recipe ever

This recipe is from Gina Homolka, author, photographer and recipe developer at Skinnytaste.com. Massage raw kale salad 1 bunch kale, preferably dinasaur (lacinato), ribs removed and discarded (6 oz total without ribs) 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 tsp kosher salt 1 tbsp freshly squeeze lemon juice (from 1/2 lemon) 1/3 cup fresh grated Parmesan[…]