Archive For The “Local Regional Seasonal” Category

Basil Squash and Corn Fritters

By admin | July 24, 2011

  1 medium sized zucchini, coarsely grated 2 yellow squash, coarsely grated (minus the seeds) corn cut from 1-2 cobs 2 large eggs 1 scallion, finely chopped 1/4 cup basil leaves, chopped 1/2 cups all-purpose flour salt and freshly ground pepper Put the grated zucchini and squash in a colander set in the sink to [...]

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Chilled Strawberry Soup with Balsamic Grilled Strawberries

By admin | April 3, 2010

Now that spring has sprung, gorgeous, delicious, fresh and CHEAP strawberries are plentiful. Here’s an easy way to make good use of them. Super easy to put together, this chilled soup makes for a great brunch item, or a dessert, or a nice starter to a long meal. This makes a good amount, so unless [...]

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Georgia Grown Produce Recap

By admin | April 28, 2009

April 11th’s “What’s Cooking?” Class at Sevananda Natural Foods focused on Georgia Grown Produce. Since we’ve had a lot of storms, and it’s early in the growing season, I had to improvise and use ingredients that may not have been Georgia-grown at the time, but definitely would be in the weeks and months to come. [...]

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Cornmeal Crusted Vine Ripened Tomatoes with Green Hill Cheese

By admin | April 28, 2009

Green Hill Cheese is a soft, ripened cow’s milk cheese made by Thomasville, GA based Sweet Grass Dairy. It’s one of my favorites! This works well with vine ripened or green tomatoes. Cornmeal Crusted Vine Ripened Tomatoes with Green Hill Cheese 2 tomatoes, cut into 1/2″ slices1/2 cup corn meal1 tsp cayenne peppersalt and pepper1/2 [...]

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Bibb, Kale, Parsley Salad with Strawberries, Blueberries and Radish

By admin | April 28, 2009

All of these ingredient can be picked up in the spring and summer at the local farmer’s markets and groceries here in Georgia. This salad is bursting with flavor and loaded with antioxidants. Bibb, Kale, Parsley Salad with Strawberries, Blueberries and Radish 1 head Bibb lettuce, torn5 kale leaves (any variety), trimmed and torn1 bunch [...]

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