For the next week we are asking for visitors to submit comments to this post on both blogs with a menu inspired by selections found in their CSA share or purchased at a local farm market. Menus can be for any meal of the day and should include the name and ingredients of each of the dishes being prepared. The majority of the ingredients used must come from the CSA/Farm Market, but staple items from the pantry and fridge are allowed; use your own judgment as to the “staple” nature of items used. Detailed preparation steps are not required for entry. Make sure you also tell us why you love a certain ingredient or what your goals were for combining the flavors, and of course anything else that excites you about fresh, local food.
The prize for the lucky winners will be a feature in each of the host’s blog one day the following week. The hosts will pick multiple winners randomly from all the entries we accept (see the rules above) and will contact winners for more information. Take pictures of anything applicable. If you win and you can get us photos we’ll post them. If you have complete recipes available we will also consider including those or link to your site where they are posted.
Kate's contest post. Please leave a comment with your/recipe menu idea and your contact info both on the Ancient Fire Wine Blog and with Kate.
Margot and Jay
What a great idea! Getting people more involved in local produce is fabulous! Here is my recipe from my CSA box:
Japanese eggplant, zucchini, crimini mushroom, onion, garlic, pasta(non CSA), cashew (non CSA).
Recipe and blogpost at:
Margot whipped up some CSA green beens last night. She'll be posting later. Will you be inspired?
What a great idea! Tomorrow is Farmer's Market day so let's see what gets inspired!
I'm in... When do you want this by? I was thinking of doing my broccoli stem soup.. an awesome way to use the stems of the broccoli instead of pitching them.
Recipes need to be posted as comments by the end of the day August 5th.
Entry for Farmers' Market Menu:
Every Sunday Lunch in the Summer -
Heirloom Tomato Salad
Variety of Heirloom Tomatoes
Salt, pepper, olive oil, balsamic vinegar
Cheese and Herb Roll
Everything comes from the market except the condiments. I love combining the colors and flavors of the different tomato varieties.
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