market week wrap up: the recipes

July 20th, 2009

When deciding on what to make with my treasures from the market I tried to make things that would challenge me, both skill wise and taste wise. For the most part (minus the hot pink spaghetti debacle) I think it worked out pretty well. Throughout the week I’ve been sneaking peeks at what other people are making and some of your recipes left me salivating. Below you’ll see a list of my favorite recipes from market week.

Thanks again to everyone. If you have any thoughts, comments or suggestions on how things went, please feel free to share.

seared fig and white cheddar goat cheese panini : life according to celia
The second I read that title I practically fell off my seat. Now that sounds like a sandwich after my heart.

homemade ranch dressing : whitney in chicago
There is no short supply for salads these days and Whitney has provided us with a delicious sounding recipe for dressing that works with anything.

herbed scrambled eggs with toast : the kitchenette
Scrambled eggs cooked low and slow… they look heavenly.

white pizza + arugula : num num chronicles
I love the idea of adding greens to a pizza, add goat cheese and mozzerella and I’m sold.

vanilla ricotta ice cream with blueberry sauce : adventures in shaw
Oh my sweet goodness. Do I even need to say anything? I want this asap.

green and yellow squash stuffed with corn custard : bottom of the crisper
These little zucchinis are so cute. Corn custard inside zucchini sounds delicious.

brisket with fresh salsa, fried okra + grits : eatmakeread
Seriously, this brisket was so delicious and it makes for great leftovers.

thank you also to :
my city girl life
and river dog prints for sharing your market bounty with us.

Comments: 2 Total

  1. Cyn

    July 20, 2009 at 8:48 pm

    This was a great, inspiring idea. I hope to be a bit more ambitious next year and to keep shopping locally throughout the summer and fall. Thank you, Kelly!

  2. Jessica

    July 23, 2009 at 9:34 am

    I work at Bass Pecan Company if you have any good pecan recipes submite them to http://www.basspecan.com where you could win a chance at $1000.

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