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Vegetables recipes

  • Hold the phone- a PARSNIP
    cake?  Like its friend the beet
    chocolate cake, this parsnip cake is a fun and entirely unexpected way to use
    fall veggies in your dessert course. With the sweet yet lemony frosting, it’s a
    hit! A big shout out to Punky Egan, from MATC for developing this recipe and
    contributing it to MACSAC’s cookbook!

  • “The chanterelles were at the Bellingham, Washington farmers’ market on Columbus Day. My farmer friends had spaghetti squash in their garden, so we put them together for dinner. I wouldn’t have thought so, buy they made a wonderful dish and one that’s incredibly easy to prepare. As always, foods in season together taste good together.” - Deborah Madison

  • Delicious and healthy Mediterranean fare. This is great party food.

  • This fall soup is great hot or cold. Garnish with the fennel fronds and enjoy!

  • Creamy avocado unites with zesty lemon to make the potato salad equivalent of a shooting star.

  • Arame is an excellent source of protein and vitamins A & B. It also possesses significant amounts of iodine, calcium and iron. Plus, it's super yummy!

  • Another recipe from the ever tantalizing and gorgeously photographed http://kissmyspatula.com/. With the legendary (or notorious) bounty of zucchini we get in WI every year, it’s always nice to find new ways to enjoy! Minus the lemon juice, this recipe can be made 100% locally.

    “Feel free to change up and play around with your choice of cheese and herbs. Dollops of fresh ricotta with chervil and dill would be brilliant together. I picked the herbs below since they’re growing like mad in our garden right now. Plus, when fresh feta comes knocking at our door, mint is never too far behind.”

  • Seriously. It is the easiest kale/potato soup ever and SO delicious.

  • A simple and delicious Eat Local Challenge recipe.

  • Tomatillos are a wonderful but perhaps underutilized WI fruit that is available in great abundance this time of year. Experiment with making your own salsa and have fun with Eating Locally!