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    We ended up with a bunch of beets from our CSA and I combined features from a couple of recipes to come up with this one. Crumbled bacon and chopped walnuts are possible additions. Preparation time includes time to roast beets.

    Recipe #199339

    1 Reviews |  By Sonata

    We bought a share in an organic farm this year which gave me the opportunity to prepare a number of root vegetables that were new to me as a cook, among them rutabagas and turnips. Feel free to experiment with amounts and types of veggies. I used rutabaga, potato, sweet potato, and red onion in my first attempt, but carrots, turnips, parsnips or leeks would also work well in this dish. This would make a good Thanksgiving side dish as it can be served warm or at room temperature.

    Recipe #195444

    3 Reviews |  By Sonata

    I haven't tried this yet because it's been too hot for soup, and I haven't had enough garlic scapes at any one time to make it! It sounds yummy though. The recipe did not give cooking times, so I'll have to let you know once I make it.

    Recipe #174744

    5 Reviews |  By Sonata

    Garlic scapes are the curly stems from hard-necked garlic plants. They have a milder flavor than the garlic bulbs. We enjoyed this pesto spread on Italian bread, but it would probably be good over pasta as well. You can substitute asiago cheese for the parmesan. I don't really know how many servings this makes, but I had to guess since I couldn't submit the recipe without filling in the serving amount. I've heard that it freezes well, but we didn't have any left to freeze!

    Recipe #174743

    I forget where on the web I found this recipe, probably at a CSA farm website, but it stated the recipe was adapted from Vegetables from Amaranth to Zucchini, by Elizabeth Schneider. I forgot the zest and I used crystallized ginger, which I assume is essentially the same as candied ginger. The sweetness of the ginger combines well with the flavor of the greens. The seasoning amounts depend on your personal taste.

    Recipe #174741

    This recipe appeared in the Trenton Times. It's from Gary D. Giberson, general manager and executive chef of food service at The Lawrenceville School. Other berries, such as raspberries, can be substituted.

    Recipe #171637

    2 Reviews |  By Sonata

    From the Trenton Times: Caramelized onions practically melt into the warm potatoes, and coarse-grain mustard adds a pretty golden-flecked hue and subtle flavor. Cook time does not include time to make caramelized onions. I have made this using a combination of red potatoes and red gold potatoes and I don't bother to peel them. I also prefer to caramelize the onions in the crockpot on high for 3-4 hours.

    Recipe #171635

    3 Reviews |  By Sonata

    I was looking for something new to do with some smoked pork chops and I found a recipe on cooks.com that I altered slightly. The original called for cranberry-apple drink rather than cider. The glaze never really thickened for me, but it the chops were still delicious. I used MacIntosh apples, unpeeled. My kids and husband cleaned their plates and my husband has already requested that I make it again.

    Recipe #166695

    This came from the 2004 edition of The Gourmet Cookbook, edited by Ruth Reichl. I microwaved the bacon twists, but I'll provide the recipe as written in the book. The dressing for this was so good my daughter wanted to scrape the blender pitcher. As I typed this in I realized I misread it when I made it and used 2 tablespoons of honey rather than teaspoons. The additional honey certainly did no harm! Preparation time does not include hard-boiling the eggs.

    Recipe #166621

    9 Reviews |  By Sonata

    These delicious, moist muffins came from the Practical Produce Cookbook. I played around with some of the ingredients(mainly because I was too lazy to go down in the basement to get the other bag of all-purpose flour) substituting some whole wheat flour and quick oats for some of the all-purpose flour it called for, and using light brown sugar in place of half of the white sugar. This is a kid-pleaser, with or without the topping. The original recipe states it makes 12 regular-sized muffins. I got 36 mini muffins from it.

    Recipe #152519

    7 Reviews |  By Sonata

    I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds delicious! It was in our local paper and is from the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council. Cooking time does not include time to marinate, and varies depending on whether you use boneless chicken breasts.

    Recipe #133801

    2 Reviews |  By Sonata

    This was listed in our local paper as coming from the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council. I entered the recipe as printed in the paper, but when I made it I sliced the zucchini very thinly, halved the amount of cheese, and left out the salt. I also used about 1 tablespoon of dried thyme since I didn't have fresh. My husband and I devoured half of it at lunch and decided to save the rest to have at dinner over basmati rice. I'd like to try it with fresh basil as well.

    Recipe #133788

    2 Reviews |  By Sonata

    This is a variation on a nectarine salsa a local pick-your-own farm sells. They printed their recipe in the local paper a few years ago, to their detriment, since I now make my own instead of buying theirs! Jalapeno pepper is optional. Ever since the time I got some on my bare hands and couldn't wear my contact lenses for two days, I've been leery of them, and this tastes fine with or without it. Obviously it will have more of a kick with it. You can also substitute lemon juice for the lime juice. I've also used peaches or pineapple in this. My husband and I have been known to devour this in one sitting. It tastes even better if you put it in the fridge and let the flavors mingle, provided you've the patience to wait that long.

    Recipe #132676

    3 Reviews |  By Sonata

    This soup is a family favorite that is a variation on a soup I had at a church potluck. We'd had a bunch of butternut and acorn squash plus some mystery hybrid squash come up in our compost pile and soup seemed the perfect way to use them up. You can use any combination of winter squash in this. I usually cut the squash in half and microwave it cut side down in some water for about 2 minutes on high to make it easier to peel and cube. Cooking time includes time to broil the peppers.

    Recipe #131936

    5 Reviews |  By Sonata

    I got this recipe from my mother-in-law. My husband likes this so much he requests it as his birthday cake. It can easily be doubled and put in a 9" x 13" pan.

    Recipe #131930


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