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Micro Greens for All

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Micro Greens are lush and varied. Packed with nutrition these baby plants are versitile. They can be put on sandwiches, added to salads (or make them a salad by themselves), used in smoothies, stir fried, added as garnish to dishes and the list goes on. Thanks to Joby and Ricky at What’s Up Farm for getting us started on these fun additions to our farmers market display.

Pumpkin soup

Galeaux d’Eysines, that warty pumpkin we have at the markets this month has a unique flavor and makes great soup or pie. We have┬ábegun slicing this pumpkin and the other large, soup pumpkins, Musquee de Provence and Marina di Chioggia, into smaller portions for individual recipes. It’s getting toward the end of our other squashes especially Delicata and Butternut. Branch out and try a Kabocha Winter Sweet variety or Speckled Hound. Come to the market and get them before they’re gone.

 

This is also know as the Cinderella pumpkin.
This is also know as the Cinderella pumpkin.

http://www.bunkycooks.com/2010/10/french-pumpkin-soup/