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Tender Tatsoi with Sesame Oil Vinaigrette

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>This is a super-simple, delicious use for tatsoi.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison (pg. 139)
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: tatsoi, scallions, chives, rice, sesame, dark, sea, sesame
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Teriyaki Chicken Stew

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>Great meal for a cold day! <br /> Try serving chicken with rice instead of veggies!</p>
Source: King's Poultry Farm
Servings: 6-8
Ingredient keywords: Thigh, potato, Carrots, Onion, Apricot, Teriyaki, Cayenne, Maple, Ginger
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Texas Pecan Rice

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>A unique and savory side dish that uses plenty of local produce. Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p>
Source: www.tasteofhome.com
Servings: 10
Ingredient keywords: butter, mushroom, onion, rice, garlic, pecan, thyme, bacon, pecan
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Thai Lemongrass Soup

From ALFN Local Food Club

<p>It&#8217;s rare that we have local lemongrass and ginger available, but <span class="caps">WHEN</span> we do, it&#8217;s time to make this soup!</p>
Source: http://www.aminglingoftastes.com/2009/05/easy-thai-lemongrass-soup-tom-yum-goong.html
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: ginger, lemongrass, serrano, Chicken, shiitake, Cilantro
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Thai Rabbit Salad

From Superior Seasons

<p>Thai rabbit salad with fresh greens and fruit, topped with sesame seeds and a light Thai dressing.</p> <p>According to Slow Food <span class="caps">USA</span>, rabbits can produce six pounds of meat on the same amount of feed and water it takes a cow to produce just one pound. And for urban farmers, they make a lot more sense than chickens. Rabbits are quieter, less smelly, and they’re easier to slaughter</p>
Source: Earth Eats http://indianapublicmedia.org/eartheats/cooking-rabbit/
Servings: 3-6
Ingredient keywords: rabbit, oil, peanut, soy, fish, vinegar, sugar, pepper, ginger, onion, greens, mint, pineapple, carrot, peppers, sprouts, cucumber, peanuts
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Thai Spicy Basil Chicken (or Almost Any Meat or Seafood!)

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>This chicken stir-fry made with Thai holy basil seems to be a favorite dish for Thais and Westerners alike. Fast and simple to prepare, it is sold in small Thai eateries as a quick one-plate meal served on a bed of steamed jasmine rice. (The number of fresh chilies makes this a spicy dish, but don&#8217;t let that scare you away &#8212; you can adjust the number downward to suit your taste.) In Thailand, basil-flavored stir-fries are frequently served for breakfast or for lunch, often topped with a crispy fried egg. Thai cooks will often substitute the chicken with pork, beef, squid, shrimp, or seafood, so feel free to do the same!</p>
Source: There are many versions online. The one given here is based on http://www.templeofthai.com/recipes/basil_chicken.php
Servings: About 4, depending on people's appetites and the amount of rice that is included
Ingredient keywords: lchicken, garlic, onion, oil, peppers, soy, fish, lime, basil, rice
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The Best Fresh Tomto Salsa

From Greener Acres Farm

<p>&#8220;Great with your favorite chips. Gets better as the flavors meld.&#8221;</p>
Source: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/214893/the-best-fresh-tomato-salsa/
Servings: 40 servngs
Ingredient keywords: tomatoes, pepper, onion, cilantro, jalapeno
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The Maple Leaf

From Champaign, OH

<p>The most famous maple-syrup cocktail. We like it best with Canadian whiskey, but it also works well with good &#8217;ol American rye (or even a bourbon).</p>
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Servings: 1
Ingredient keywords: maple
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The Perfect Green Smoothie

From Cultivate: Belmont University

<p>This smoothie is light and fluffy, but don&#8217;t be deceived it will fill you up quickly.The creamy banana peanut butter covers over the spinach flavor,and the milk mutes the smoothie, striking just the right balance.</p> <p>Rich in niacin, zinc, protein, fiber, vitamins A, C, E and K, thiamin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, and manganese.</p>
Source: kristin eldridge
Servings: 1 serving
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The Perfect Oven Roasted Whole Chicken

From Whippoorwill Farms

<p>I&#8217;m not going to lie, when I first came across this recipe, I was hesitant to try it. I had convinced myself, the end product would be a dried up Chicken, similar to the turkey on National Lampoon&#8217;s Christmas Vacation. Wow! I was <span class="caps">WRONG</span>! This recipe will give you a Rotisserie Chicken right out of the oven. Unfortunately, I can&#8217;t seem to find the original recipe to give credit where credit is due. Whoever you are, thank you! Try it for yourself!</p>
Source: Someone Somewhere
Servings: Well, it depends on how hungry you are!! And the size of your chicken.....
Ingredient keywords: chicken, Salt
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Thin and Crispy Spelt Crackers

From Champaign, OH

<p>These are delicious little crackers that lend well to spelt&#8217;s nutty tones. They are great with cheese, dips, or even alone. The thinner you roll them, the crispier they will be. You don&#8217;t have to use a food processor as the recipe calls for &#8211; I don&#8217;t have one&#8230; I just use a pastry cutter, but a fork or two butter knives work just as well :)</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Jim Long's book Easy Homemade Crackers Using Herbs, page 33 (originally using wheat flour)
Servings: The original recipe says 90 crackers, but it really varies with how you cut and roll them... I always get more than that
Ingredient keywords: spelt
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Things To Do with Pepper Jelly

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>Just a few ideas for using Farmer Brown&#8217;s Pepper Jelly, but there are hundreds!</p>
Source: Farmer Brown's
Servings: Varies with recipe
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Things To Do with Pepper Jelly

From Tullahoma Locally Grown

<p>Just a few ideas for using Farmer Brown’s Pepper Jelly, but there are hundreds!</p>
Source: Farmer Brown's
Servings: Varies with recipe
Ingredient keywords: jelly
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Things To Do with Pepper Jelly

From Stones River Market

<p>Just a few ideas for using Farmer Brown’s Pepper Jelly, but there are hundreds!</p>
Source: Farmer Brown's
Servings: Varies with recipe
Ingredient keywords: pepper
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Three Minute Chard

From Monroe Farm Market

<p>A nutrient-rich food and easy to prepare.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: www.whfoods.org
Servings: 2
Ingredient keywords: Swiss, Goat
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Three Way Salmon Salad

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>This is a versatile mixture served as a wrap for lunch on the go, with pasta for an easy summer dinner or potluck, or served on a bed of fresh spinach or mixed greens.</p>
Source: Original
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: carrott, onions, herbs
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Three-Herb Olive Oil

From Tullahoma Locally Grown

<p>Makes a great hostess gift!<br /> Farmer Brown’s Windowsill Herbs are the perfect source for fresh herbs!</p>
Source: The Best of Fine Cooking Party Food
Servings: 24 oz
Ingredient keywords: sage, rosemary, thyme
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Three-Herb Olive Oil

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>Makes a great hostess gift!<br /> Farmer Brown’s Windowsill Herbs are the perfect source for fresh herbs!</p>
Source: The Best of Fine Cooking Party Food
Servings: 24 oz
Ingredient keywords: sage, rosemary, thyme
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Three-Herb Olive Oil

From South Cumberland Farmer's Market

<p>Makes a great hostess gift!<br /> Farmer Brown’s Windowsill Herbs are the perfect source for fresh herbs!</p>
Source: The Best of Fine Cooking Party Food
Servings: 24 oz
Ingredient keywords: sage, rosemary, thyme
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Three-Potato Salad with Arugula

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Lots of color, lots of fresh flavor.</p>
Source: Wild About Greens by Nava Atlas
Servings: 6-8
Ingredient keywords: potato, celery, pepper, dill
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Thumbprint Cookies

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>You can use whatever jam or jelly catches your fancy when you make these easy yet dainty cookies. Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p> Vegetarian!
Source: delish.com
Servings: 35 cookies
Ingredient keywords: flour, butter, egg, jam, jelly, butter
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Tilapia with Olive Salsa

From Champaign, OH

<p>A delicious and quick meal for busy nights.</p>
Source: Julia Gibson - www.minivandreams.com
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: onion, olives, tomatoes, green, oregano, parsley, tilapia, olive
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To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Bread Recipe

From Auburn Locally Grown

<p>This is a great batter bread that will result in a wonderful bread for slicing and toasting. Not suitable for sandwiches. If your dough runs on the dry side, increase your liquid 2 tablespoons at a time until you get the consistency you want.</p>
Source: Peggy Sutton
Servings: Makes 1 large, or 2 small loaves
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To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Brownies

From Auburn Locally Grown

<p>Brownies are always a great snack. For cake-like brownies use sprouted wheat or spelt flour. For denser, chewy brownies try sprouted rye or brown rice flour.</p>
Source: Peggy Sutton
Servings: 12-24
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To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Pie Crust

From Auburn Locally Grown

<p>Sprouted spelt flour makes a crumblier crust. You can even remove a portion of the bran using a kitchen sifter for a finer crust. If your dough runs on the dry side, increase the milk by 1 tsp. at a time until you get a dough that’s easily workable, but not sticky.</p>
Source: Peggy Sutton
Servings: Makes dough enough for 1 8-inch fluted pie
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