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Category Archives: farmer’s market recipes

red, white, and blue salad

Summer is here!  This simple recipe (not even one really?) has become my new breakfast staple, but it’s delish for any time of the day.  It would also be a perfect addition to your July 4th menu! I love the combination of flavors in this salad.  You have the saltiness from the feta cheese, the […]

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easy yellow gazpacho

Fall may be just around the corner for a lot of people, but here in Florida we get to endure a few more weeks of temperatures in the 90’s (ugh).  So I think that this chilled soup that I adapted from Food & Wine magazine needs to be on the menu for September for sure. […]

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zucchini and cavatappi alfredo-style

I was going through my blog and came across this recipe that I posted back in the summer of 2012. Some of the spacing was messed up and I wrestled with HTML for about two hours to correct it with no success. I’m a photographer…..not a tech person and not ashamed to admit it in […]

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Romanesco Pesto Two Ways – Tagliatelle Pasta and Spring Bruschetta

Romanesco Pesto?  Okay so it’s just fun to say!!  What the heck is romanesco you may ask??  It’s a farmer’s market find….and the famed Iron Chef and The Chew co-host Mario Batali calls it, “the psychedelic love child of broccoli and cauliflower with lime green British punk hair” in an article on northjersey.com – along […]

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pasta with wilted tatsoi in a butter-parmesan cheese heaven

I think it has been established that I love pasta?  Well here’s a recipe to knock your socks off with both its simplicity and clean flavors.  Nothing fancy here….this recipe works best with a pasta that has ridges, nooks, or crannies to love and cradle the sauce – I chose something fun and different that […]

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