Fall Farmer’s Market Recipes!
With the crisp air approaching one of our favorite activities is visiting the local Farmer’s Market and stocking up on some of our fall favorites. There is always a wide variety of fresh produce to admire, and it usually isn’t as packed as during the summertime, but sometimes we struggle with what to do with the items we bought once we get home. If you are looking for some fall recipe inspiration using your newfound ingredients look no further!
The chill is coming, and faster than you might think. With that said, nothing takes the chill off like a good thick hearty soup... um Bisque. And take a drive to the farmers market. Do you see all those stands of tomato being sold? Stop and pick up a bag. Easy to do and delicious. And while you are there, grab some carrots, garlic, celery and some basil. There is more to this than just tomatoes.
This is packed full of all the beautiful, fresh, fall fruit available at the farmers market at this time of year. It is a great way to use up some of the old, wrinkly, forgotten fruit languishing at the bottom of the fruit bowl or the back of the fridge at the end of the week.
I love my salsa to have a real bite to it. I want my mouth to scream “Hot” and my hand to search for the nearest glass of water (or beer depending on the time of day!). Why would I want to waste my time on a wimpy salsa?
Sweet and bubbly peach crisp with toasted pecans is the biggest test to your self control and this recipe certainly doesn’t disappoint!
While there are many things in life that give us great joy there are 2 things that we’re currently obsessing over… and lucky for us they are both making an appearance today. This Fall Farmers Market Salad with Fried Goat Cheese is majorly winning. That’s just about the only way to put it. It’s all you could possibly need for a fall salad!
Veggies in a cupcake? Why yes! Just like carrot cake it just works with these delicious, soft and fluffy Zucchini Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting. If the little green flecks in them freak you out you could always peel the zucchini first but we think they just give it some pretty color, like green funfetti or something festive.
Do you have any farmers market favorite recipes? If so what are they?