Winter Recipes

By Brianna Bowlan, Seacoast Eat Local intern

Are you struggling to figure out how to cook your new vegetables you bought at the Winter Farmer’s Market? There are a lot of foreign vegetables that can be very intimidating if you do not know how to cook them properly. For example, who knows how to cook a turnip? Because I certainly don’t! If I don’t know how to cook a vegetable, I won’t buy it, which is holding me back from trying new vegetables and expanding my palate.

 

Stout Oak Farm savoy cabbageLuckily for you and me, Seacoast Eat Local provides a link in the website to different recipes for winter vegetables. You can download and print recipe cards, or you can just copy them down. We have recipes for beef, beets, lamb, eggs, pumpkin, maple syrup, turips, etc. If you don’t find a recipe for a vegetable you have, or if you find one you don’t like, we also have a Pinterest page with a variety of recipes for almost every vegetable! The link to the recipes is here and I want to challenge everyone to go find a vegetable they have never tried before and test out one of these recipes!

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