Who doesn’t love crab cakes? Well for starters, people who don’t eat crab. But that doesn’t mean that you want to miss out on the delectable flavor experience that has made this dish a southern staple. In comes lion’s mane mushrooms to save the day!
Pineapple and pork just go together. This pineapple pepper jelly from Althee’s Jellies & Jams is the ultimate marinade for grass-fed pork chops from Jubilee Farms. Sweet, tangy and spicy, this recipe will make you want seconds.
A recipe so good, you’ll think it’s bad… But it’s actually packed full of healthy ingredients, like sweet potato, ginger, turmeric and coconut oil. Just baked in a deliciously moist, soft muffin. It’s the best of both worlds!
Sweet potatoes are here at the Covington Farmers’ Market! I don’t know about you, but my favorite sides for Thanksgiving dinner seem to center around sweet potatoes (after Mom’s baked mac-n-cheese, of course).
Greens, greens, and more greens! Don’t you just love greens season? Kale, collards, lettuces and radish greens, they’re everywhere at the Covington Farmers’ Market! And they’re never better than when they are fresh picked by our local farmers.
For many of us here in the South, New Years day would be incomplete without the compliments of black-eyed peas and greens. This tradition is said to bring prosperity and good luck into the new year.
This is a personal favorite recipe – fresh citrus and cilantro make this a refreshing summertime meal! The pineapple, tomato and avocado salad knocks this dish up a notch. Serve with black beans and/or Spanish-style rice.
This beautiful bruschetta uses roasted eggplant, garlic and pine nuts for a rich, robust flavor. An excellent appetizer for your 4th of July celebration! Inspired by fresh ingredients found at the Covington Farmers Market.