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Sussex County Farmers Markets


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Lafayette opened today with most of the usual venders - Pittingers for meat, Windy Brow and DanaRay, as well as an organic farm from Branchville and some alpacas. it was fun to see old friends

got some peaches for a bourbon peach cobbler

a kielbasa and an aged strip steak from pittingers

italian bread, english peas, a small cauliflower, wax beans, greenhouse tomatoes, some yellow squash and fresh raspberries.

the italian bread along with smoked salmon and tapenade will be a snack for johnnybird, the english peas will go into a cold noodle salad with grated carrot and sesame oil. i'm thinking about a vegetable curry with the cauliflower, some of the beans, one of the tomatoes and the squash. will definitely blanch some of the beans and freeze in two person serving bundles.

There is another market on Saturdays at the fairgrounds in Augusta but, until this week, I worked until 3. summer hours kick in next week and i hope to get uo this one as well.

Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

Take Big Bites

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