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Join us under the canopy for a free cooking demonstration by John Larsen each Saturday at 10:15; 11:15 and 12:15. John will take fresh, seasonal vegetables each week such as corn, zucchini, peppers, tomatoes and eggplant, and create a delicious … Continue reading
Join John under the canopy for free cooking demonstrations-10:15, 11:15 and 12:15. John will be using fresh, local eggplant in this weeks recipe!
Join us on Saturday, July 26th from 9:00 to 10:00 am for a free, gentle beginners yoga class. Special thanks to Sandy Vezina from “Yoga With a Twist” here in Acushnet for providing this class. Bring comfortable clothes, a mat … Continue reading
“Zucchini in a Yogurt Dressing” Looking for a new way to cook zucchini? Join us on Saturday, July 12 and learn to flavor your fresh, local zucchini with the wonderful flavors of Indian cuisine. John will be preparing the dish … Continue reading
Acushnet Farmers Market welcomes NEATTA to Stone Bridge Farm. Stop by to see some classic antique tractors and help to decide “Crowd Favorite”. This is a great family event.
It is easy to love fresh beets. Roasting them seems to enhance their sweet earthy flavor and probably the easiest way to cook beets. I’ve had more people tell me that they don’t like beets. Well, that was until they … Continue reading
Ok, maybe you guessed correctly! They are lemon ball cucumbers. If you know me you know that each year I like to try something new in the garden. One of them just happens to be the lemon ball cukes. They … Continue reading
Zucchini Bread This makes two loaves or four of the mini loaves and two of the small foil loaf pans. 3 large eggs (farm fresh are best!) 1 cup oil 2 cups sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon baking powder … Continue reading
What Do I Do With All That Squash? Idea #1 Ingredients: 2 pounds mixed squash (yellow crookneck, zucchini, scallop squash) washed and cut into comparable slices 4 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 small onion, finely sliced 2 tablespoons water salt and … Continue reading
Sorry, the string beans really don’t have anything to do with the pig. It’s just a prop because the string beans alone weren’t making a memorable photo on their own. The pig is really cute, and functional-his sides are chalkboard … Continue reading