This month’s recipe is fun to make and even better to eat. These cucumber sandwiches are perfect for a Tea Party with a fresh cup of lemonade or your favorite tea.
With the colder temperatures, we find ourselves craving heartier, more filling meals. What better ingredient to use than butternut squash. Here is a twist on a kid favorite… quesadillas! Check out this delicious end-of-season recipe created by Alisa DeMarco using local butternut squash. This recipe was originally developed as part of our Kids Kits 2021 […]
At this time of year, everyone just wants it to be Spring. It would be nice if Spring weather came along for the ride though. That being said, there are still lots of delicious vegetables that you can get locally in the late winter and early spring. One of the most common ones is spinach. In […]
Asparagus is one of the first true spring crops to find its way into the sunlight and into our bellies. The delicious tender stalks are a true treat when picked fresh and consumed quickly. Making these Baked Parmesan Fries using asparagus is a great way to get kids to try these tasty spears. Try them […]
Learning how to properly plant and care for the plants in a garden are important skills for kids to have, whether they are interested in food or farming or not. Stop by the market information booth this Saturday, April 30th beginning at 8 a.m. to get your FREE Plant Seedlings / Plant Starts Kids Kit […]
Well, it wouldn’t quite be summer without a few curveballs, so instead of doing a traditional summer recipe with sweet corn, peaches, or tomatoes, today we’re going to learn all about composting, and not just any kind of composting, we’re going to learn about Bokashi composting which is great for people with small living/cooking areas […]