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Orzo, Feta and Tomato Salad

August 23, 2016

Feta, feta and more feta.  Truth is, we eat it year-round but definitely more so in the summer months. In Greek salad, crumbled over grilled asparagus, in our spinach pie, and served on the side with so many meals.   Oh, and dill and lemons.  They seem to make more appearances in the summer as well.   This pasta salad is so easy and quick to prepare and looks very pretty, especially if you use colorful tomatoes which are easier to find in the warmer months. Ingredients (for 8-10 side-dish servings; recipe can be adjusted for less or more servings): 2 cups orzo 3 cups cherry tomatoes, halved (or any small tomato cut into bite size pieces) 3 cups crumbled...

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Dark Chocolate Chunk Olive Oil Scones

May 03, 2016

Many of you who have come to the tastings we've held around town in the past few weeks have asked for this recipe which Jessie Snyder of Faring-Well developed for us last month.  Here's the link for you:  Dark Chocolate Chunk Olive Oil Scones  Jessie is an award-winning blogger with a fresh voice and a sunny, positive outlook.  Enjoy!

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Peas Please

March 09, 2016

    Don't ask me how I know these things but I would bet money you are not eating enough peas.  Here, in the northeast, it's too early to get our hands on fresh peas but I have a recipe for you that makes the most out of the frozen variety, takes about a half an hour to make and dresses up this humble little legume in an unexpected way. You'll need about 16 ounces of frozen peas, organic if possible.  Rinse them gently and let them strain for a few minutes.   The only other ingredients are two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil (divided in half), an 8-ounce can of tomato sauce, one medium yellow onion (chopped, a...

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Cauliflower and Potatoes in a Light Tomato Sauce (Kounoupithi)

February 19, 2016

Versatile.  That's what we're going with today.  You probably won't find this recipe in any book and while I've seen a few versions of it online, I've added my own twist to it and it's with great pleasure that I share it with you.   Comfort food on a cold winter night?  Yup.  Light side dish (with chicken or meat as the main attraction)?  Definitely.  My mom used to mash it lightly and place it in a roll for a lunch-time sandwich.  (The lunches I brought to school growing up in Brooklyn were a little out of the ordinary, to say the least.)  5 ingredients or less? Yes.  And, ta-da!  It's vegan.  So here goes:   Ingredients: 1/2 cup extra...

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