A recipe from King Arthur flour.
From a recipe on alexandracooks.com
This is a recipe from Gulshan Singh who teaches classes in Indian cuisine at the Buford Highway Farmers Market.
Adapted from “Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking” by Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubart.
By this time of year, you might be ready to cook your tomatoes. Try this simple recipe from Cook’s Country magazine.
Totally decadent, but a great way to use the giant sweet potato (at least mine was) in today’s box. From chow.com which adapted it from Southern Living. If yours was as big as mine, cut the potato into quarters before slicing. You want pieces that will fit in a muffin cup. Pretty individual servings. Fancy!
Cooler temperatures or not, I’m always in need of new slow cooker recipes. This one’s from newleafwellness.biz.
They say cool weather is coming. Right? Maybe then we’ll want to try this recipe by Asha Gomez of The Spice Table and Spice Road Chicken as demonstrated at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market.
Are you a fan of shrubs? We are crazy about them at my house. This apple shrub recipes came from allrecipes.com. A friend on Orcas Island where they have more fruit trees per household than any other place I’ve been swears by this recipe to help use up the bounty from her backyard apple tree. Extra delicious with local ginger, of course.
Brandon Dienger of Restaurant Eugene demoed this recipe at last week’s Peachtree Road Farmers Market. Cut those peppers into wedges and then top with these herbed cheese.
He made it with Woodsman and Wife fromage blanc, but it would be just as delicious with Decimal Place chevre, or any soft cheese you prefer.