If you bought some small pumpkins at the market, you might want to turn these sweet varieties into pie. Why buy canned pumpkin when you can easily make your own pumpkin puree for a pie?
This recipe offers an incredible savory twist to a much-loved dish: sage and brown butter sauce tops the pumpkin ravioli. Using pre-made wonton wraps helps to ease and speed the preparation. Even busy working folks can make and enjoy this dish!
Freshly harvested winter squash is piled high at the market in the fall. Squash come in an amazing array of shapes and sizes. Any kind of winter squash works well in this recipe.
While using carrots in raw form is a common way to enjoy them, cooked carrots can hit the spot, too. A fall favorite is baked carrots with apples and cider, or try a creamy carrot soup.
The market’s fall vegetable harvest includes eggplant, cauliflower, onion and even fresh ginger. These vegetables blend beautifully in this Indian-spiced stew recipe.
The temperatures may be going down, but the Saratoga Farmers’ Market vendors have tables full of products that can turn an average dish into a full flavored crowd pleaser. Warm up your insides with this recipe.
Note: All photos used here were taken by Nicole Kroll Photography, 518-307-5986. Two of Saratoga’s favorite chefs, Max London of Max London’s and John Ireland of Panza’s, faced off in the Saratoga Farmers’ Market’s fifth annual Iron Chef Challenge on the morning of Saturday, October 6. Grey skies did nothing to deter the crowd of onlookers who tried […]
The plums you find at the farmers’ market, Italian plums, are oval in shape and smaller than what you’re used to seeing at the grocery store. Give these juicy delicious plums a try. Plums can be baked in pies or tarts, or without a crust as in this recipe.
This is a tart that is beautiful to present and even more delicious to eat!
Guess the weight of the giant pumpkin at the market shed during October. The person who comes closest takes the pumpkin home on 10/27, as part of the Saratoga DBA’s Fall Festival.
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