So, we’re incorporating as much local produce/items into our diet as possible. At this point, it’s minimal with asparagus, herbs, and rustic peasant bread taking the lead, but that is going to change soon! This weekend, we’re adding radishes and lettuce to our list of items. And, soon we’ll have a plethora of produce to select from! It’s going to be a great summer!
Matt made homemade ricotta this week. Talk about something fantastic and yummy! Matt made himself a bruschetta with avocado, ricotta, and olive oil. Tonight we’re making them again, but with a variation of roasted tomatoes. The buzzer just rang, so I think it’s time for dinner. If you’re interested in making ricotta at home, here’s a link to the blog where we found the recipe: http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2011/06/rich-homemade-ricotta/
For those of you following/supporting the Urban Chicken movement (so fun to call it a movement), we are making T-shirts. If any of you want to show your support by sporting a T-shirt, email Anne Lewis (email@example.com) with your name, quantity, and shirt size.
B and G Produce
· Garden Orbs
· Herbs (Chives, Mint, Thyme, Parsley)
· Rustic Peasant Bread (white and wheat)
· Tea Cup Bird Feeders
· Baked Goods
o Assorted Bars and Quick
o Fruit Cobblers/Crisps
· Organic Corn, Ground into Meal (maybe)
· Organic Wheat Berries
· Pea Tendrils
o Holly Hock
· Radishes (a few)
· Whole Wheat Flour
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Where? Free Parking lot on Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street
Why? Because local food is good for your soul!
If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our blog at www.capcitymarket.wordpress.com, call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or email@example.com.
See you Saturday!