This recipe makes a simple and delicious meal, suitable for a light supper, hearty breakfast, or weekend brunch.
This recipe for croutons to add to a salad will convince even the pickiest eater that salads are delicious.
From peeps to plates, fresh chicken helps start the summer season. These two recipes, for Roast Chicken and Teriyaki Chicken with Pineapple, are easy to do: one in the oven and the other in the crock pot.
This spicy stew recipe uses a variety of vegetables, paired with cool plain yogurt on the side. You can adjust the seasonings to suit your tastebuds.
Try this gluten-free honey-buckwheat cake for something a bit different for dessert.
This is a grain salad that works well with added fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, or cheese. The quinoa is high in protein and is gluten-free.
It’s the season for maple syrup, and this recipe uses the Sheldon Farms sweetener in both the cheesecake and the topping.
Here’s a taste of springtime in wintertime, featuring fresh hydroponic tomatoes, basil, and thyme from Shushan Valley Hydro Farm, as well as several other ingredients from market vendors. This soup takes only 35 minutes to prepare.
Here’s a recipe that blends the rich diversity of the market’s dairy products with the onions and potatoes of the vegetable farmers. Perfect fare to chase winter away!
This special jam cake was made by the Czechoslovakian grandmother of Laura Weil, owner of Funky Fresh Foods, a vendor at the Saratoga Farmers’ Market. It is one of Laura’s favorites, and can be made with any Farmers’ Market jam.