Britt's

Easy Acorn Squash

Helpful hint: you can cook these in the microwave and place butter and brown sugar on at the end if you are short on time! We substitute sprinkled cinnamon for brown sugar most of the time. 

     Cut 1 acorn squash in half

     Clean out the seed cavity by scraping with a spoon

     Bake face down in a oven at 350 degrees for 30-40          minutes or until it begins to soften.

    Put 1/2 Tbsp butter and 1 Tbsp brown sugar in        

         center of each half

    Place back in oven face up, cover with foil

    Cook for an additional 30 minutes.  

 For something different, place 1 piece of raw bacon in the center of each squash instead of butter or some cooked ground beef or sausage.   

Stuffed Sweet Banana Peppers

   Cut tops off several sweet peppers

   Stuff raw ground meat into each one

   Wrap bacon around them 

   Bake in  a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes


Hobo supper

   We love to toss this together and throw it on the grill

   alongside a steak or burgers.        

      1 Zucchini (or 1/2 zucchini, 1/2 yellow squash)

      1 Onion, quartered

      1 Oriental eggplant

      1 Clove garlic, minced

   Chop up zucchini and eggplant. Toss in olive oil,  

   course salt, freshly ground pepper and fresh basil and

   rosemary.

   Wrap in foil and place on the grill for 20 minutes or    

   until tender.     


   

Strawberry Cucumber Salad

   This recipe is light and refreshing. You can omit    

   the almonds if you don't have them on hand. 

   I love to throw this over lettuce for lunch.   

Tai fried cabbage and eggplant  

I found this recipe easy to throw together and the flavors different from what I tend to use.

I really appreciated the flavor that the lime gave it. I omitted the chilis because I was serving it to children.

 


Along with the love of growing, the love of cooking what we grow is a huge passion for us.   

Here are some fun recipe ideas from our kitchen and the kitchens of our customers to assist you in your search for the best meals! 

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