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Baked Chiles Rellenos

From ALFN Local Food Club

<p>A variation of the customary fried rellenos. Can be used as a side or a main dish. May be stuffed with a meat mix instead of cheese if desired.</p>
Source: New Mexico State University, Cooperative Extension Service Circular 396.
Servings: Six
Ingredient keywords: Peppers, cheese, eggs
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Baked Chiles Rellenos

From Conway, AR

<p>A variation of the customarily fried rellenos. May be used as a side or main dish and a meat filling may be substituted for the cheese.</p>
Source: New Mexico State University, Cooperative Extension Service Circular 396.
Servings: six
Ingredient keywords: peppers, cheese, eggs
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Baked Chiles Rellenos

From Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op

<p>A variation of the customarily fried chiles rellanos. May be used as a side or as a main dish and stuffed with meat instead of cheese if desired.</p>
Source: New Mexico State University, Cooperative Extension Service Circular 396.
Servings: Six
Ingredient keywords: peppers, cheese, eggs
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Baked Eggplant and Tomatoes

From Citrus County Locally Grown

<p>You can grow virtually <span class="caps">EVERYTHING</span> in this recipe in your own garden! Any variety of eggplant, onion, sweet pepper, and tomatoes can be used. Mix and match your favorites and experiment with new varieties to make this a little different every time.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book (1920)
Servings: unknown
Ingredient keywords: Eggplant, Pepper, Onion, Salt, Paprika, Tomato, Cornstarch
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Baked Eggs

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>J.B. loves this recipe that our friend, Beth Brown, shared from her Weight Watcher&#8217;s magazine. And it&#8217;s only 126 calories!</p>
Source: Weight Watcher's Magazine
Servings: 6 servings
Ingredient keywords:
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Baked Eggs in Maple Toast Cups

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>A twist on an egg and bacon sandwich with that incomparable maple flavor &#8211; yum! Even better, they&#8217;re easy, and great for company!</p>
Source: The Official Vermont Maple Cookbook, pamphlet by the Vermont Dept of Ag
Servings: serves 3-6
Ingredient keywords: butter, maple, bread, bacon, egg
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Baked Kohlrabi Fries

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>An odd one, the kohlrabi veggie, but pretty darn good! Milder than broccoli and much more versatile!</p>
Source: fiveandspice.com
Servings: 2-3
Ingredient keywords: kohlrabi
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Baked Okra

From Conway Regional Farmers Market

<p>This is a quick, easy, and healthy way to prepare your fresh okra from the Farmer&#8217;s Market veggie box! Make it as a side dish for your dinner, or as a delicious afternoon snack. Enjoy!</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Conway Regional Health System Culinary Wellness Team
Servings: Multiple
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Baked Potatoes

From Conway Regional Farmers Market

<p>A classic that everyone loves. Add this as a side dish to your favorite meal or eat alone! This dish can be made with the fresh veggies from your Farmers Market veggie box. Enjoy!</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Conway Regional Health System Culinary Wellness Team
Servings: Dependent on amount of potato(es)
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Baked Rabbit

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>I have many memories of being served a variety of small, wild game at my grandparents&#8217; house in Tennesse as a child. Yes, they were hillbillies! They grew, fished, and hunted most everything they ate. Rabbit was commonly served, usually fried or stewed. This was my first try at cooking it myself (thirty something years later) and was happily surprised at how well it turned out. I read several recipes online and came up with my own version of a baked recipe. Knowing how much love and care they put into their farm, I purchased this delicate and tasty rabbit from Broad River Pastures.</p>
Source: Shalley Carrell's culmination
Servings: 3
Ingredient keywords: rabbit, butter, onion, mushrooms, cream
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