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For the Love of… Wait, What Are Those?!?

For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! Kayla Parker, Seacoast Eat Local Intern For the Love of… Wait, What Are Those?!? This week at the farmer’s market as I looked around, trying to figure out my next recipe idea, I started seeing a lot of new vegetables that I was unfamiliar with. With […]

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Winter Farmers’ Market this Saturday in Rollinsford

Winter Farmers’ Market November 22, 10am – 2pm Wentworth Greenhouses, Rollinsford, NH   We’re celebrating Food, Family and Gratitude at the first market of the winter season, featuring locally grown foods perfect for the next big meal with friends and family. You can stock up on squash, potatoes, carrots, and all the ingredients you need for your upcoming Thanksgiving […]

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For the Love of Romanesco

For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! Kayla Parker, Seacoast Eat Local Intern For the Love of Romanesco! It was the last and coldest day of the outdoor farmer’s market in Portsmouth, but if you had braved the elements, you may have noticed that with the change of weather came another slight change […]

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For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! Segment 5: Pumpkins!

For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! Kayla Parker, Seacoast Eat Local Intern For the Love of Pumpkins! With halloween coming up at the end of the month, there are pumpkins everywhere! Did you know that there was a difference between the type that you carve and the ones you can eat? I […]

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For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! Segment 4: Beet Greens!

For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! Kayla Parker, Seacoast Eat Local Intern For the Love of Beet Greens! This week when I arrived at the Portsmouth Farmer’s Market, I was greeted by Sarah, my supervisor, and two huge bags of beet greens. When I asked her what was going on, Sarah informed […]

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For the Love of Local Farmers, Eat Your Produce! (Segment 2)

Segment 2: For the Love of Eight-Ball Zucchini! Kayla Parker, Seacoast Eat Local Intern Every week just before the close of the Portsmouth farmer’s market, I walk around with my cart asking the farmers if they would like to donate any food to our local food pantry (part of Seacoast Eat Local’s Gleaning program). All […]

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Get Your Bok Choy On!

As summer farmers’ markets open up this week, aisles will be filled with different beautiful shades of green. It’s too early for so many of the other delicious fruits and vegetables we are all craving right now. So the key to getting through these dreary, rainy April days is to get creative with delicious greens! Greens […]

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Spring Greens at snack time

Spring has finally arrived and with it lots of fresh new greens and other delicious foods are coming into season. We’ve got one more Winter Farmers’ Market in Exeter and we are featuring Spring Greens this Saturday! It can sometimes be difficult to turn friends onto new foods, especially dark leafy greens. We’ll have lots […]

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Market Meals: The ever versatile Stirfry

One of my favorite and most versatile market meals is stir fry! With so many fresh options to choose from at the winter market, I can always make something a little different. One style I was turned onto while living in Hawaii was kim chee fried rice. The delicious tang of kim chee pairs well […]

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Market Meals: Quick & Easy Quiche

I love crafting meals for a potluck or dinner with friends using foods from the winter market. It’s even more fun when I can make a dish with only local ingredients. I challenge myself several times a week to eat a meal with only ingredients from the market. Luckily the amazing vendors continue to bring […]

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