I don’t think we’ve ever had asparagus and peas at the Market at the same time in the seven years I’ve been doing this. But we do now, and so I offer this recipe for [...]
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All of a sudden sugar snap peas have shown up at the Market. Several vendors had them this past week and I know from experience that the local season is short for these crunchy sweet [...]
In the last couple of weeks, the Market has exploded with peas. Sugar snaps and snow peas work beautifully in dishes like stir-fry as we showed you in last week’s recipes; but what about English [...]
Revised Safety Guidelines for the Market In response to updated COVID Guidelines approved Monday, we have also updated our Market safety guidelines. But there will be one major difference: out of respect for our high-risk [...]
With so many fresh spring flavors, this salad can truly claim to be the freshest ever. Peas, arugula, strawberries, and cucumber all combine for the win. And the cheese, bacon and basil vinaigrette make it [...]
Hot days call for cool summer salads. If you plan on chillin’ & grillin’ this weekend, you can’t do better than this tasty combination of protein and late spring veggies. Sesame-Ginger Steak Salad recipe from [...]
Whether you’re pairing them with your favorite meats or letting them stand alone, grilled veggies are a great way to up your grilling game this weekend. Check out these ideas adapted from Epicurious and Bon [...]
Have you acquired a spiralizer yet and made “zoodles”? What a great way to use abundant zucchini in the summer months! And what a flavorful cold salad for a hot summer day! Spicy Asian Zoodle [...]
Keeping cool when it’s hot outside is easy when you have cucumbers at the ready. Cut them in big slices or chunks and freeze them to use in tall glasses of refreshing water instead of [...]
There are so many varieties of beans at the Market! Green beans, fillet beans (haricot verts), romas, wax, purple, yellow, and even Chinese long beans (Nujac Garden has them briefly every year). They are simple [...]