Tag Archives: Farmer’s Market

Weekly Photo Challenge – It’s Easy Being Green – Minneapolis Farmers’ Market Opens April 15

Being a devotee of the Farmers’ Market in Minneapolis my idea of “Being Green” is about buying local at the markets whenever possible. Fresh foods really make a difference to the flavor of a meal. Continue reading

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First Farmers’ Market – Frigid Temps = Bake a Loaf of Bread

I looked for a one-loaf of bread recipe and thought I would be okay with a few changes. ER, well it was okayyyy. I didn’t put in the required amount of salt thinking that I could half it. That was not a great decision. It needed the salt.
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Cauliflower and Cheddar Soufflé Recipe Made By Bill – Second to last Weekend Farmers’ Market Minneapolis

Last Sunday I enjoyed a dinner with the framily. Dinner was comprised of lobster cakes, small scallops on the half shell, cauliflower cheddar soufflé and grilled romaine lettuce with dressing. Continue reading

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White Kidney Bean Soup = Cannellini Soup Recipe Fall Arrives

Soup recipes can contain all the leftovers in the refrigerator or on a whim, they can contain a few select ingredients and be really yummy. Continue reading

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It’s Saturday = YAM BISCUITS + Les Halles Market

Here’s a recipe for: “What to do with left over sweet potatoes?” and some thoughts about will the Minneapolis Lyndale Farmers’ Market really lose half the stalls? ( I heard a rumor.) Continue reading

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