Love the slow cooker in the summer. Easy meal and less heat in the kitchen. I don’t remember the original provenance of this recipe. Sorry. Don’t forget to use your favorite Riverview sausage. Perfect if you’re having Labor Day company.
Scott Serpas of Inman Park’s Serpas True Food demonstrated this recipe at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market as well. It’s going to use up your mustard greens and some of your okra. Truly, this dish goes together in about 10 minutes.
Adapted from Southern Living magazine.
Ever thought you’d like to make your own sausage? Try this recipe. No shallot? Use one of the sweet onions you got in a past box.
From Bon Appétit.
I’m a big fan of cooked lettuce. Try this and see what you think.
This recipe comes courtesy of Moore Farms and Friends. Add a half pound of cooked crumbled sausage for a real treat (for the meat lovers in your crowd).
Lisa demonstrated this recipe at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market.
This recipe is adapted from one by the New York Times’ Melissa Clark and published in Bon Appetit in January 2011.
Let me share the simplest, best way to fix cornmeal polenta, courtesy of Scott Simon chef at Local Republic in Lawrenceville. He uses cooked cornmeal as a substitute for grits in what is otherwise a pretty traditional shrimp and grits recipe. I’ve used this idea now a half dozen times as a bed for fresh fish (while at the beach), sautéed vegetables, you name it. Love it.
After you try this, if you like the texture of the cooked cornmeal, remember the proportion of 4 cups liquid to 1 1/4 cups cornmeal. And of course, if you want yours thicker or thinner, just adjust the amount of liquid. Now you can make this any time you need a quick carb. Really – a side dish in 3 minutes? What’s not to love?