Day Five (Thursday)

 

The blogathon entries are still coming in fast and furiously. Here are today’s additions. While you’re reading, PLEASE remember to donate to Mass Farmers Markets to help keep our state’s markets strong.

 

I, Tinky at In Our Grandmothers Kitchens, finally get into the act with summery corn fritters and salsa fresca.

Teresa of Farm Share Stories ponders the reasons for eating local food.

Kel at More Cupcakes! opens her farmshare box and makes roasted vegetables, then discusses her reasons for participating in the blogathon.

Bargain Becky visits the North Scituate Farmers Market to find bargains–and a treat for her kids.

Maryanne of Mama Smiles takes her children to the Bedford Farmers Market, where they try new foods and get their hands stamped.

Pure Wellness Amy shifts gears to visit the Nicewicz Family Farm–and shows off the zucchini-ricotta cheesecake she recently took to a bridal shower.

Kathleen of Parlez-Moi Blog concocts a dark and delicious cherry-rhubarb-brambleberry sauce.

Amy at Madame Menu invites readers to share Baby’s First Farmers Market.

Jeremy at Basic Eating takes a bite out of a plant that is everywhere, the dandelion.

I belatedly acknowledge Katie Cohen‘s VIDEO entry, a short film called Sunday Morning at the Farmers Market. (Sorry, Katie!)

Nikki of Art and Lemons explores the glorious colors of tomatoes and makes a tantalizing soup from them.

Catherine of Pursuing Domestic Goddess-ness ponders her latest farmshare and throws beets and chicken into a curry.

Kimberlea of Lighter and Local puts her haul of veggies and a little bacon into a tempting lasagna.

Megan of Delicious Dishings mixes bright colors and bright flavors in a watermelon, feta, and heirloom tomato salad.

Audrey at Food from Books strays into comfort food by baking penne with corn, zucchini, and basil.

Laurie of Recipes and More from Inspired Cooking features clams and more clams–because she’s from Essex.

Stephanie from atomsatwork celebrates the local food movement and visits the Pittsfield Farmers Market.

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4 Responses to “Day Five (Thursday)”

  1. Grad says:

    Tinky, I have one day left. I can’t find anything truly Massachusetts-ish so I might just do a recipe using our local produce. I know I have that old American Heritage Cookbook someplace. The cover fell off and some of the pages are missing, but I know I wouldn’t have thrown it away. My fear is that I lent it to someone. Anyway, a promise is a promise and I’ll try to get something posted tomorrow. But if not, I might hold the blogathon open (unofficially) for one more week.

  2. tinkyweisblat says:

    Grad–You actually have TWO days left; we run through Saturday. Take your time–and if you can’t think of something I’ll still like you!

  3. kel says:

    here is my next post on Callaloo and how my farmshare keeps introduces me to new food and keeps my diet varied

    my third post in the Loving Local Blogathon on Jamaican Callaloo. Everybody say Jamaica! http://goo.gl/b/ujcg

  4. tinkyweisblat says:

    Kel–I had NEVER heard of callalou before this. Amazing…….. I love what you’ve done with it!

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