Tag Archives: garlic

Sauteed Leek Scapes and Radishes

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June is here and that always means summer is on the way and most importantly we can’t wait for Thursdays to pick up our CSA.  We highly suggest buying organic and local if possible.  Your food will quite literally go from farm to table making it the freshest and most delicious you can possibly get.  Our CSA with April Joy Farm never disappoints!  This week was lots of greens with arugula, mizuna, oregano, kohlrabi, romaine lettuce, and leek scapes.

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Moroccan Chicken

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The best part about having a slow cooker is that you can toss a bunch of ingredients into it in the morning, and when you get home you’ve got a tasty one-pot meal ready to eat.  This was exactly what I did this past Sunday, when I knew I’d be out running errands most of the day.

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Salsa Verde Fresca

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Fresh salsa is by far my favorite condiment…I love to have it with a huge variety of other foods, or simply all by itself.  And as much as I usually find myself eating red salsas with lots of tomatoes and onions in them, it is refreshing to change things up with a tangy green salsa like this one.

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Chicken Fajitas

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Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo – so what better recipe to post today than one inspired by the great flavors of Mexican and Southwest cuisine.  While purists may complain that fajita traditionally refers to a specific cut of beef, no one can argue that the word today has been broadened to include any number of meats seasoned, grilled, and mixed with sautéed bell peppers and onions and served with a healthy helping of guacamole.

This recipe needs to marinate overnight, so you’ll want to run out and get the ingredients today so that you can have these ready to serve at your fiesta tomorrow!

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Lemon Pepper Pork Chops

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The other night, I was looking for a quick weeknight recipe to take advantage of the warmer weather we are finally starting to experience here in the Pacific Northwest.  Rather than fall back on the standby of using a pre-mixed herb blend from the spice drawer, I decided to try something using fresh ingredients instead.  The resulting lemon pepper marinade was great with pork chops, and would be equally tasty with chicken or fresh shrimp and scallops.

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Garlic Fiddleheads

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Last week, Karen brought home something from the Farmer’s Market that neither of us had ever tried – fiddleheads.  The tightly-wound young growth of a specific variety of ferns, these silver-dollar sized greens promised to be something new and interesting.  After reading up a bit on methods for prepping and cooking them, I got to work turning them into a tasty and unique new side dish for our meal that night.

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Pork Ribs with Homemade Barbecue Sauce

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Ribs always remind me of summer barbecues.  I’m not a fan of your typical barbecue flavor, however.  I came up with this tasty combination for a barbecue sauce that did not disappoint.  This is some great stuff! I used rum, but you can  use water instead and it will still turn out great.  The alcohol evaporates out as the sauce simmers.  I baked the ribs in the oven, but they can also be grilled and personally, the next time I make these I am going to slow cook them and the pork will fall right off the bone.

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