A Westover Farmers Market seasonal recipe from International Palate:
There are some cooking ventures that are scarier than others. For some people, making pasta is something they would never try and leave the job to the professionals. Others may want to take on the challenge and try to make it themselves. But by the end of this recipe, you will see that making raviolis is not as hard as it may see. With the right ingredients, you can go far! Continue Reading
A new recipe from International Palate…
Brussels Sprouts: the common winter vegetable that people either strongly loathe or so deeply adore. What’s your stance on this never ending conflict? Hate them? So did I, until I learned that it’s all in the way they are cooked. Continue reading
Over the past couple weeks, there have been a few changes: new vendors, new produce, new people. One Sunday morning, my mom and I walked down and found one new vendor, Shenandoah Seasonal. With a new vendor comes new produce … Continue reading
When going to the market, you can sense the change of the seasons. The weather becomes cooler in the mornings, the vegetable array changes and people mention their recent baking ventures. Watermelon, peaches and tomatoes have left us for the year and now it’s time to embrace the new treasures that fall has for us; Sweet potatoes, carrots, potatoes, beets, etc. Continue reading
Want to beat the August heat? Try making the latest Westover Farmers Market recipe from the International Palate: Melon-Mint Frozen Yogurt.
Here’s an idea from International Palate to turn the already delicious swiss chard into a savory filling for tacos. Check out this swiss chard taco recipe developed with ingredients directly from our very own Westover Farmers Market.
The temperatures will surely be heating up soon after our cool late spring weather. So, take advantage of strawberry season with this chill dessert idea from International Palate: Strawberry Mint Sorbet.
International Palate has created a savory recipe using ramps: Ramp Frittata. With spring in full swing, these wild leeks are a tasty native of North America. They won’t be available for long, so be sure to buy some ramps this Sunday.
Stephanie Ortiz at International Palate has developed a watercress salad recipe using seasonal, local ingredients purchased at Westover Farmers Market. Check out her creative idea for using this zesty green in your next menu: Watercress Salad