Corn Sweet Corn!

By fallspark, September 9th, 2016 | No Comments »

426e80a5-e931-40c6-89b5-812f42cff36eTo Husk or Not to Husk—that is the question. The best way to cook corn is in the ear of the beholder, and whether you use traditional butter, salt and pepper, or brush the corn with your favorite oil and spices, it’s sure to be a hit at any backyard barbeque. So simple and so delicious, there’s no limit to the number of dishes you can create with sweet corn. Stop down and visit with your local vegetable specialists and take advantage of fresh sweet corn while it’s in season. Enjoy the great taste of summertime by freezing your leftover corn and taste a little summer all year long.

Summer may be winding down, but there’s still plenty of time to enjoy an open-air experience at Falls Park Farmers Market. Bring Autumn to your home and kitchen, with the vast variety of Fall favorites and unique creations. Assortments of apples, potpourri of pumpkins, selections of squash, and other seasonal produce are sure to put you in the mood for warm treats and changing leaves.

Falls Park Farmers Market, where the coffee’s always hot, pizza’s always in season, and you’re always in good company. Saturday, 8am-1pm at Falls Park.

Ready to squish some squash? Try mashing and cooking the flesh with some fresh herbs, olive oil, salt and pepper. Then dry the outside of the gourd to create your own container to serve your squash in.

Love the punch of flavor that garlic gives your food but hate your breath afterwards? Sip a little lemon juice or chomp on a lemon wedge to counteract the scent. Now, there’s no reason to avoid these savory cloves.

Ready to start pickling for fall and winter? Grab some fresh dill this weekend! You can fill your pickle jars or mix it in with some fresh meals. Try it with plain yogurt and cucumber for a dip or use it to top off your salmon!

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