This is adapted from another recipe from Paolo. She used bok choy in her recipe, and we’ve adapted it for what’s in today’s box. I haven’t tried all the peppers to see if any are slightly hot. Maybe you still have a jalapeno from weeks past?
Did you see this recipe from Paola Villafane with the Decatur Farmers Market? She does a demo at the market each Wednesday evening.
This idea works with any hot peppers. Sometimes more than one jalapeno is overwhelming for folks, so store these away and they’ll be good for use in the next few months. It’s a nice idea to store them in a salt water brine rather than in pickled (with vinegar) form. The idea came from Cook’s Country magazine.
From a new site I’ve discovered, thealmondeater.com. We don’t particularly eat gluten-free at our house, we’re pretty omnivorous, but I am now keeping almond flour on hand to try out recipes like these. One nice thing about this recipe is – no mixer required.
If you don’t want to just roast that sweet potato and devour it whole, try this recipe from Southern Living. And save the idea of making sweet potato broth for other dishes you’ll fix this year.
Adapted from Saveur magazine where they always have interesting international recipes.
I’m making two versions of slow cooker stuffed peppers tomorrow. One will be this recipe from newleafwellness.com, cutting up my fresh tomatoes instead of using canned tomatoes. But I’m also going to make a simpler version. I bought mild sausage from Charlotte at Freedom Farmers Market Saturday. I’m going to use that to stuff a few peppers as well. Nothing else, just the sausage. We’ll see which we like better.
This recipe was submitted by CSA subscriber Silvia Medrano-Edelstein, the chef instructor and founder of Word of Mouth Cooking Club specializing in kid’s gourmet meal-kit prepping camps and specialty events like kiddie mocktails and gingerbread houses. Her recipes don’t include exact measurements, but you can figure it out.
We love stuffed potatoes. This recipe came from Southern Living and called for stuffing russet potatoes. But you can precook our little potatoes and layer them, gratin style, then top with these delicious greens.
Green bean casserole, you ask? Yes. This delicious version comes from Everyday Food magazine. Works if you have some green beans left over from last week still sitting in their paper bag in your vegetable bin.