Category Archives: Farmer’s Markets

Minneapolis Farmer’s Market Opens – Under Covid 19 Update

As Covid19 continues, I wondered what would happen to Minneapolis’ Farmers Market.
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Steamed Cod with Leek Sauce = Chef Claus Meyer – New Scandinavian Cooking

Claus Meyer New Scandinavian Cooking Steamed Cod Fillet This recipe comes from the Scandinavian Show “New Scandinavian Cooking” Series on PBS. It was some years ago that I watched “A Perfect Day” Series 6, Episode 9 and made this after … Continue reading

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Chicken Stock! Or When Chicken Stock is a Gelatinous Consistency = Surprise! Make Wine Sauce

After the Chicken Stock Recipe from the other day, I took my chicken stock out of the fridge because I had this brilliant inspiration while food shopping that I should make a wine sauce. What’s this?! It’s looks like a … Continue reading

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Creuset Pan = Gone But Not Forgotten – Now How Do I Boil A Whole Chicken?

There are smaller pans in my cupboard but nothing will replace my big Creuset Dutch Oven Pan. Yes, I had to give it up due to wear and tear. It was chipped on the inside. That’s not good. The Creuset … Continue reading

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Weekend Lyndale Farmers Market = Autumn Bounty

Made a trip to the Lyndale Farmers’ Market. Each week the produce offerings change. I went for flowers, broccoli, parsley, zucchini and golden beets. It was a grey day. Inspired by all the beautiful colors and being partial to dahlias…took … Continue reading

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