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Simple Bao Beef Buns

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>A tasty &amp; simple way to make use of leftover pot roast! Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p>
Servings: 30
Ingredient keywords: beef, spinach, onion, chard
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Simple Fruit Salad

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>Make this salad your own by adding any fruit that appeals to you.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Modified from GRIT Magazine
Servings: 6-8
Ingredient keywords: strawberries, blueberries, melon, citrus, apple, peaches, grape, blackberries, yogurt, granola, pecan, honey, pomegranate
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Simple Leg of Goat


<p>I will soon be offering my favorite Goat Meat Cook Book for sale on this site:</p> Getting Your Goat ~ The Gourmet Guide.
Source: Getting Your Goat page 23
Servings: makes 6 ~ 1/2 pound servings
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simple potato salad

From The Wednesday Market

<p>Some of us folks don&#8217;t really want mustard and pickles in our potato salad so this is an alternative. Serve warm and it is excellent.</p>
Source: Woody
Servings: serves 4 to 6 as side {depending on how many potatoes you cook}
Ingredient keywords: cut up , diced, to taste, divided
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Simple Roasted Delicata, Acorn and/or Butternut squash

From The Wednesday Market

<p>If you’ve ever wondered what to do with the unusual looking <span class="caps">DELICATA</span>, <span class="caps">BUTTERNUT</span> or <span class="caps">ACORN</span> Squash, try this recipe from [great how-to photos on this recipe page].</p> <p>Actually, this is so easy you can hardly call it a recipe. Here’s what to do.</p> <p>Buy some beautiful “Winter” squash from your favorite Wednesday Market Farmers;-) These squash are more like pumpkins with fine firm skins. Store them spread out on a piece of cardboard in a cool place like a basement and they may last most of the winter. Varieties include:Delicata, Butternut and Acorn squash.</p> <p>Cook it with the skin on and you will keep the lovely flavor in. Cut each one straight in half, and scoop out the seeds and stringy bits in the middle and discard those. Then cut each half again until you get individual serving size pieces. Take some butter that’s been sitting out on the countertop getting nice and soft. Rub a good amount of it all over the middle and cut sides. Be generous. After the butter massage, sprinkle a bit of brown sugar [some folks like a little cinnamon as well] all over the squash pieces, then a generous amount of salt. I said generous, ok? <br /> Roast in a flat pan until tender. You could go low and slow, at 350F for an hour and a little bit. If your oven is already at 350F baking something else, say a big fat turkey, just put these babies on the lower rack so you can share some oven time. Or if you’re baking them by themselves you could go at 450F and you’ll be done in 30-40 minutes at the most. You’ll know they’re done when the flesh is so tender a knife goes through it like ‘buttah’ and the top is nice and caramelized.</p> <p>Serve just like that, on a pretty antique glass tray if you can find one. Eat it right down to that pretty outside skin. Questions? Email Anna:</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: [great how-to photos on this recipe page].
Servings: 2
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Simple Stuffing

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>I think I am craving Thanksgiving. Maybe we need a dry run before the big day! I&#8217;m making stuffing, yes I am.</p>
Source: Homemade
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: onion, celery, sage, parsley
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Simple Swiss Chard, Smoked Trout Linguini

From Monroe Farm Market

<p>This recipe listed fresh salmon for the fish, however for <span class="caps">MFM</span>, smoked trout seemed appropriate! Swiss chard can be substituted by any kale or spinach.</p>
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: Oregano, swiss, Trout
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Simple winter slaw

From South Cumberland Farmer's Market

<p>This is what I throw together when I&#8217;m craving fresh veggies in the winter and I only have a few fresh ingredients.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Jess Wilson
Servings: 8 - 10
Ingredient keywords: cabbage, carrot, apple, onion, vinegar, oil
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Simplest Chocolate Buckwheat Cake

From Greener Acres Farm

<p>The texture is like pound cake, velvety and moist with a silky smooth crumb. The flavor is right on with buttery chocolate and it’s not overly sweet, but is definitely sweet enough to tame your sweet tooth and satisfy all the chocoholics at your table.</p>
Servings: Square 8- or 9-inch baking pan, or an 11×7-inch glass baking dish
Ingredient keywords: butter, eggs, yogurt, buckwheat
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Simply the best way to prepare asparagus...

From Champaign, OH

<p>If you think asparagus is wimpy or squishy, you have just not had it prepared the correct way. Try it this way and you&#8217;ll see how good it can be. We can&#8217;t wait for spring to get our fix of asparagus!</p> Vegetarian!
Source: I am certain Kirk and Kristin Jacobsson shared this with me years ago...Heather Tiefenthaler
Servings: One pound of asparagus usually feeds our family of 4 depending on size of spears.
Ingredient keywords: olive, salt, white
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