We have collected a few recipes from across the internet that feature some of the seasonal fruits and vegetables we supply. We hope you enjoy!
If you have a recipe you want to share, send it to Suzi (info (AT) farmtofamilyonline.com) with the subject line “Recipe” and we can post it here!
Great Anytime Recipes
From Foodshed Magazine. We are lucky enough to have a 200 year old pear tree out behind our market which get turned into tart, jam, cider, and more!
From Deborah Madison, Culinate.com and author of ”Local Flavors, Cooking and Eating from America’s Farmers’ Markets
From Kate King, Lettuce Eat Together (and one of our DC Farm Share members)
Vegan. From Kate King, Lettuce Eat Together (and one of our DC Farm Share members)
Great way to use the butternut squash!
We made this dish this past weekend and it turned out great (we added a lot of additional vegetables too!).
We made this with butternut squash (instead of delicata squash), pomegranate seeds (instead of cranberries) and added balsamic vinegar and walnut oil. Delicious!
While our version wasn’t completely vegan (we used real milk instead), this was wonderful! We added spinach and roasted broccoli to the mac & cheeze after it was cooked.
This dish was fabulous – we made it with F2F ground lamb and butternut squash.
We used this spice mix on the pork short ribs from the meat share the other week. We cooked the ribs for 3 hours and they were delicious!
A quick and easy alternative to an apple pie.
by One Couple’s Kitchen
by Richmond Food Collective
by Tim Vidra Eats
by Finding Delicious
by Gabby’s Gluten-Free
A quick, easy, and delicious peach tart. One of our customers whipped it up based on this recipe and raved about it. A simple dessert to feature summer peaches.
Nothing beats a hash! A quick and easy recipe with fresh summer vegetables that can be adapted to whatever you have on hand. The dish shines when made with Polyface Farm’s bacon and topped with a farm fresh egg.
The easiest way to use up a bounty of zucchini. Quickly grate them, mix in a little flour and water and pan fry. Super delicious and an easy weeknight meal.
When we saw this recipe we knew we had to give it a try. It was super easy and super fabulous. It blew away our go-to Chinese take out place. Try it with Polyface chicken or even eggplant.
This is our (second) favorite cabbage recipe. We added carrots and chickpeas to make it a main dish.
A simple appetizer featuring a summertime favorite- fennel. Crunchy and zesty with a licorice kick!