Recipes Inspired by the Farmers’ Market

20 thoughts on “Recipes Inspired by the Farmers’ Market”

  1. You must try cheese from the Lomah Dairy. His cheese curds, cheddar and havarti (I think) are great!

  2. All of your photos look fantastic – I especially like the basil shot and the last shot of the pasta. And your little one is getting so big! Time flies. :) This pasta sounds great. It’s funny, I’m normally a pasta junkie, but I don’t tend to think of it too often in the summer months. What was I thinking?!

  3. I promise to try the pasta. Have made five berry cobblers to date — first four with blueberries and the last with fresh sliced peaches — oh, yum!!! Were in Mackinaw City yesterday –perfect 70 plus, sunny day with gorgious high white clouds above — the main street was jammed with cars and people. Visited the old (1883) two story rail station I am fascinated with and enjoyed a glass of beer on its veranda. Ray was taken with all the tourists, cars and the ferries which we watched comig and going from the island from a spot on the shore after we left the station. Michigan is awesome. Love, Gram

    1. I wish we had good blueberries and peaches here! They never taste good like the ones you can get in Michigan. I had forgotten how beautiful it is. And living here with 100+ degrees temperatures every day makes me want to move back, haha.

    1. Thanks so much! I made your squash casserole with dill and goat cheese from ingredients I got at the farmer’s market and it turned out great!

  4. Laura – your cupcakes in this month’s Oklahoma Living are lovely. I can never get my icing to look like that – what tips do you use? I have used star tips but i guess they are too small?

    1. Thanks so much! It is a really big tip. I think it’s a #12 star tip. I enjoyed reading your derby story by the way – I thought it was a great story idea.

  5. I loved your slow cooker recipes in Oklahoma Living, especially the adobo chicken. I am hooked on the crock pot now, so easy and dinner is mostly done by the time I get home plus the house smells yummy! Would love to see some more slow cooker ideas!

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