Watermelon Gazpacho, by Sue Smith of Prime Health Style

By westportmarket | August 7, 2019

Prep time:  20 minutes Yield:  6 servings 8 cups finely diced watermelon 1 medium cucumber, peeled, seeded, and finely diced ½ red or yellow bell pepper, finely diced ¼ cup chopped fresh basil, plus additional sprigs for garnish ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley or cilantro ¼ cup sherry vinegar 3 tablespoons minced shallot 2 tablespoons…

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Summer Strawberry Gelato with Waffle Cones, by Jennifer Balin; Sugar and Olives

By westportmarket | July 5, 2019

NOTE: This recipe has been adapted from many ice cream recipes read over the years. It does not use egg yolks or cornstarch. It is simple and quick and you even get some strawberry syrup out of it to use for a smoothie or on your breakfast cereal. YIELD: approx. one quart Lucious strawberries are…

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We Are Open July 4th

By westportmarket | July 1, 2019
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Coconut Poached Cod with mushrooms and seasoned rice, by Dave Lowrie

By westportmarket | June 9, 2019

For the fish stock: (This recipe is adapted from the court boullion in James Beard’s cookbook that, trust me, no kitchen should be without.) Large stock pot 2 -4 lbs. fish bones, heads or tails (order ahead from The Local Catch. Swordfish is a good choice as end cuts are readily available in season.) 6…

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Tempeh Sloppy Jennas by Chef Jenna McPartland

By westportmarket | May 9, 2019

This recipe is a great way to incorporate tempeh into a meal, especially for people who are new to this ancient protein. Tempeh is a complete protein, and since it’s fermented, it’s great for gut health. Loaded with veggies, smothered in tasty sauce, and served on a bun, this is a must-try weeknight dinner that’s…

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Red Chilaquiles in a Roasted Tomato and Guajillo Pepper Sauce, by Lorenza Arnal

By westportmarket | April 1, 2019

Chilaquiles are a quintessential Mexican breakfast, usually served after long parties to take care of hangovers. Like enchiladas, they originated as a way to repurpose tortillas. The tortillas are fried and cut into triangles or squares, and are covered in sauce, melted cheese and a variety or toppings such as chicken, meat, eggs, crema, avocado…

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March FVC Program Recipe: Mise en Place, by Dave Lowrie

By westportmarket | March 14, 2019

TRY AND HAVE ALL INGREDIENTS CUT AND PREPARED BEFORE COOKING SINCE THINGS COOK FAST! THIS IS CLASSICALLY KNOWN AS “MISE EN PLACE” (French for, “everything ready and in place”) PS: WASH HANDS OFTEN!! Amuse Bouche (French for appetizer, or “happy mouth”) Smoked mussels with horseradish mayo 8 – 10 oz smoked mussels (Canned are fine…

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Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Miso Tehini Glaze by Liz Rueven from Kosher Like Me

By westportmarket | March 1, 2019

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Miso Tehini Glaze by Liz Rueven from Kosher Like Me Ingredients: 2 C. Diced and Peeled Sweet Potatoes1-2 Tbs. Olive OilKosher Salt3 Tbs. White or Yellow Miso Paste3 Tbs. Tehini1 Tbs. Lemon Juice3/4 C. Water Directions: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.Place diced sweet potatoes in a single layer on a…

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By westportmarket | January 29, 2019

MAPLE-PARSNIP COFFEE CAKE WITH NUTTY OAT TOPPING AND MAPLE GLAZE Phoebe Cole-Smith of DIRT ROAD FARM serves 8-10 FOR THE CAKE: 1 3/4 cups all purpose organic (I use Farmer Ground) or gluten-free organic 1-to-1 flour (I use Arrowhead Mills Heritage Blend) 2 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/2…

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Recipe Program – December by Herbaceous Catering Co

By westportmarket | December 3, 2018

Buffalo cauliflower by Herbaceous Catering Once the weather starts turning cooler, it means that every Sunday is game day. Although my football knowledge is limited, my food spread knowledge is extensive. Game day snacks traditionally include items like cheese, sour cream or bacon. This recipe is great for it caters to our vegan clients. Its…

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