We’ve launched a bi-monthly recipe project to keep you healthy. Julia Stevens, a market volunteer and registered dietitian and health coach, will develop nutritious recipes that will help you make the most of your shopping. And don’t forget our sponsor and neighbor, Fresh Thyme, as ingredient backup. Look for these recipes twice a month posted on our Market Recipe Board at the Information Tent, where you will also find a link to them on our website. For more on Julia and what she does, check out her website at www.allfoodisgoodfood.com. We would LOVE to hear how you use fresh herbs in your cooking! Share your creations with me and the Market on Facebook — tag us @activenutritionRD and @FarmingtonMarket
October 2: Get ready for fall
September 18: From POP! Club's All About Squash:
September 4: Grill that fruit!
August 21: Fruit or veggie, these recipes are delish
We borrowed this entry from the POP! Club, which took a look at what's really a fruit and what's really a vegetable. Case in point: the tomato.
Taking advantage of summer's bounty
Summer produce is at its peak right now at the Market. Here are two tasty recipes that take advantage of all that freshness.
This Fourth of July, throw some veggies and mushrooms on the grill, and you'll never wonder: Where's the beef?
We're talking berries!
Strawberry shortcakes are a classic summer treat, and you can enjoy one at the Market Saturday. Here are two more ways to savor one of summer's stars, with a non-berry main course thrown in for balance.
You gotta hand it to herbs
Herbs are often overlooked when it comes to healthy food choices, but these little plants are gems when it comes to nutrition! They are packed with phytonutrients, antioxidants, and FLAVOR (without any of the salt)! Start adding more robustness to your meals by trying some of these simple recipes including fresh herbs found at our Market.