This is an easy, crowd-pleasing salad, combining bright colors and bold flavors from the market.
Grilling a whole chicken is easy with this method, which adds a mixed selection of grilled vegetables for a complete meal to enjoy over the long holiday weekend.
This recipe for a pesto incorporates several summer market ingredients. Basil is optional, but not the key ingredient.
This recipe can be served as a side dish or a whole meal.
Gazpacho is a very refreshing and nourishing meal, and teams up easily with foods from the grill or side dishes. It uses produce that is abundant at the late-summer market.
With summer produce at its peak, you can’t go wrong with a vegetable stir-fry for a quick and healthy dinner.
A simple dry rub of seasonings, given time to work its magical flavors into the meat, makes this grilled steak delicious.
Though hummus is usually made with dry beans, such as garbanzo beans, this recipe uses the whole “string” or “snap” bean, including the edible pod and seed.
Here’s a recipe for a fantastic flourless chocolate cake (the secret is duck eggs!) from a Greenfield Center farm that also sells chemical-free soap, body products, and insect repellents at the market.
The recipe is called a “soup,” but it can be served at breakfast, for an afternoon snack or for dessert.