Seasonal Eating – Recipe Share & Giveaway

10 thoughts on “Seasonal Eating – Recipe Share & Giveaway”

  1. I’m obsessed with berries! This time of year is my favorite because they’re in season and delicious. These recipes are some of my favorites. Sorry there are so many, but I really love berries. :) (I had to include at least one recipe with summer squash since no one can live off fresh berry drinks and desserts.)


    1. CONGRATULATIONS Courtney, you’re our WINNER! Send a direct message to the GrowRVA Facebook page for details on how to claim your market basket! And thanks for the recipes!


  2. Hardboil some pastured eggs. Peel, chop, and mix them with scallions, homemade mayo (again with the pastured eggs!), some whole grain mustard, salt, pepper, garlic powder : killer egg salad for sandwiches or dipping!


  3. “Almost Homemade” Savoy Slaw

    Thinly slice a head of savoy cabbage (6 – 8 cups) and add 1/4 cup of shredded carrots and 1/4 cup of thinly sliced scallions. Mix in 3/4 cup Marie’s or T. Marzetti’s chilled slaw dressing. Add more dressing and ground black pepper to taste. Chill at least 30 minutes before serving.

    A head of savoy cabbage and scallions were in our Tomten Farm share last Saturday. We had slaw with dinner Saturday night! This is a favorite.


  4. my greens fix:
    2 bunches greens (kale, chard, mustard, etc.)
    4 slices bacon (a thicker type, ie. Niman ranch, nitrate free and healthy animals)
    handful of walnuts

    steam the greens just enough, cook the bacon until crisp and then crumble it and the nuts over the greens, mix in some bacon fat (I use up to one tablespoon), and enjoy


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