Category Archives: Farmer’s Markets

Sweet Potato Chapati Recipe – A story of learning to make Chapatis

Hand made Chapatis are not difficult to make. Here’s my notes on using sweet potato in the recipe. Long ago and far away I learned to make chapatis. Continue reading

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Fiesta Friday #243 Farmers’ Market = Fresh Baby Ginger

This week I will be cohosting Kunstkitchen’s Blog with Becky @ Bubbly Bee  The Fiesta Friday get together is made up of cooks from all over the world. This is an invitation to read or share your recipes and culture with … Continue reading

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Basil Blight = Minneapolis Farmers Market News

Basil Blight = Minneapolis Farmers Market News This summer my trips to the Farmers Market in Minneapolis I searched for herbs to dry. Each time I’d peruse some of the usual herb growers there was no Basil to be had … Continue reading

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Minnesota Farm to Table Movement = Public TV – The Insomniac Squad + Chicken Stew Recipe

Chicken Stew inspired by Duluth Grill’s recipe Chunky Beef Stew – Adapted by me on the Insomniac Squad Patrol.
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Farmer’s Market 2018 Minneapolis-Recipe Sautéed Watercress with Fresh Oregano, Onion and Enokitaki mushrooms in soft corn tortillas

At the Farmers’ Market I bought watercress for sandwiches, but made the mistake AGAIN to inspect it. It had flowered. Darn. That means it will taste bitter. Instead I looked at options to cook it. Continue reading

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