So how ‘bout that butternut squash? Check out this recipe to make a mean savory pancake for breakfast or supper. Substitute crème fraîche with some tasty yogurt cheese (AKA greek yogurt) from Country Girls Creamery.
Muscadines are foreign to a lot of people, so don’t think you’re alone! This Sparkling Muscadine recipe will be the mocktail you never knew you always wanted. Use it as a brunch drink or after a long day of work. You’ll quickly be converted to a muscadine eater!
Merging nutrient dense mustard greens with protein packed farm fresh eggs will give the morning boost you need! You can always add additional veggies to the recipes for variety. If you’re looking for more mustard green inspiration, check out this recipe list from Food & Wine Magazine.
There are many peppers at the market, so pick your favorite variety and create this tasty recipe! Nearly all the ingredients can be found at our market, making it a one-stop-shop recipe.
Use Des Allemands catfish or any of your favorite fish varieties in this recipe. You can grab plenty of tomatoes, squash, and basil at our market to round out the ingredients. It can even be made up to four hours ahead of time if you want to prepare it early!
Okra is abundant this time of year, so collect your okra, tomatoes, shrimp and make a gumbo! This recipe courtesy of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture will be sure to please.
Tomatoes are plentiful this time of year and the weather is HOT. Create a healthy and refreshing summer salad with tomatoes, zucchini, and cucumbers. You can use grape tomatoes from Tony Accardo or dice up some Creoles with your freshly sharpened knives. And get this: the whole process will take a mere 10 minutes.
Turn your veggies into cute and yummy fritters with this easy and quick recipe. Grab carrots, zucchini, garlic, and eggs, and get rolling! You can even pick up corn flour from Bonnecaze Farms instead of all-purpose flour. Enjoy!
This week’s recipe comes from our friends over at Louisiana Kitchen & Culture. Take some of the Creole tomatoes plentiful at our markets and stuff them with fresh shrimp and vegetables. Serve it as a side dish, salad or appetizer!
We know eggplant is good for you and delicious, but what do you do with it aside from making eggplant parmesan?! Well, try slicing it up into an eggplant hash breakfast dish filled with fresh vegetables and nutrients. Nearly every single ingredient in this recipe can be found at our markets!
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