It’s what it’s all about….What can we do with the bounty from Specialty Produce this week? What would you make? Get your own Farmer’s Market Bag and share your ideas. It’s all about Fresh, Local and Luscious!
looks so yummy! you inspired me to start going to my local farmers market aunt lu! i went for the first time on tuesday and bought all kinds of delicious produce! i also bought an heirloom tomato plant so i can start growing some of my own goodies!!! love you!
I ‘m so glad honey!
Just so you know, it’s really cheap and easy to start your own plants from seed. You are starting at the perfect time of year, too! The ground is soft right now and easy to pull weeds out of 🙂 Come over soon! I love you!
Just picked up my bag, so excited! I’m planning a dinner for tomorrow, so far off the top of my head I’m gonna make a salad with the beet greens, beets, blood oranges, a little of the dill and some bleu cheese. Gonna try a couple viniagrettes, a passion fruit and a yuzu, see which works better. Now I have to put together a main course…thinking a shrimp stir fry with the baby carrots, green garlic, and leeks, among other things.
wow Derek, you have a completely different game plan than me. I have never thought of using everything up at once. Cool! I’d like to hear more about your viniagrettes, let me know how they come out, OK?
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Cooked up a few things this weekend. By far the highlight was the passion fruit viniagrette, nice and tangy with a nice and subtle passion fruit flavor. Another highlight was grilled baby leeks and asparagus. Yum!
Hi there, I saw a comment from you on One Ordinary Day’s blog and wanted to say hello and introduce myself as another green blogger. I don’t always post green tips but the month of April I plan on doing it as often as I can. It’s nice to have “met” you and I will be adding you to my blogroll! =)
Hello Everyone and Welcome to Lusciously Local. My goal is to entertain you and share with you my expanding knowledge of the local food scene in San Diego. The original plan was to order a Farmer's Market Bag from Specialty Produce each week and share with you all my storage and cooking tips, recipes and cooking wisdom with the Farmer's Market Bag as my muse. Well, things have changed a bit and this blog has taken on a life of its own, sort of like my vegetable garden! My garden is producing so much food that I haven't really needed to order the bag lately, although I miss the fun! I plan on ordering it again as soon as we manage to eat and or pickle the goodies from my garden. I'm still working on obtaining a video camera so I can start the video blog section that will chronicle my adventures in cooking with local foods.
Thank you to all of you for reading and commenting. Let's get local together!