On a recent post on our facebook page, we had numerous people who mentioned not liking beets! Beets are one of Chef Marshall’s favorite vegetables, so we decided to put together a couple different recipes for you to try. Many people don’t like beets, because, well they kind of taste like dirt, or earthy. But with [...]
Serves 4 Ingredients: 2 cups fresh fennel bulb, thinly sliced 1 cup roasted red pepper, diced 1/2 cup olive oil 2 teaspoons garlic, minced 2 teaspoons fennel fronds 1/4 teaspoons salt Directions: Cut fennel into manageable sized chunks then thinly slice. Toss all ingredients together, and let sit over night in refrigerator. Serve at room temperature with crackers, [...]
Thanks for tuning in today, another fun segment. Here's the recipes and more information below. To learn about Loon Organics visit www.loonorganics.com To purchase local produce from Loon Organics at the Mill City Farmers Market on Saturdays, visit here http://millcityfarmersmarket.org/vendor-features/loon-organics/ KMSP-TV Below are some typical produce available based on the season in [...]
Given their flavor and juiciness, you really can’t beat the deliciousness of tomatoes. Here are some tips to consider when buying and storing these gems.
Here's recipes from the Catco Parts Holiday Cooking Team Building November 15th, 2011 Held at the Marriott Southwest. Chicken saltimbocca serves 5-6 5 to 6 small boneless chicken breast OR (3 large breasts, serve ½ prepared chix breast) 3 oz prosciutto ham 4 oz provolone cheese 6 Fresh sage leaves Salt/pepper Paprika Toothpicks (non-colored) Sauce: [...]
By Marshall O'Brien, written for Produce for Kids The weather is heating up and summer is right around the corner. It’s time for outdoor cooking once again. When it comes to getting kids involved with cooking, grilling offers a great opportunity to experience fruits and vegetables in refreshing new ways. Asparagus, zucchini, and yellow squash [...]
By Marshall O’Brien, written for Produce for Kids With autumn, the air is a bit cooler, the leaves are turning colors, and a new crop of fruits and vegetables are in prime season. Apples, cucumbers, and plums are bursting with a variety of colors and textures from ruby reds to pale greens, and from tender [...]