The food of July proved itself to be fresh and home grown! Readers enjoyed recipes that incorporated produce that could be picked out of a garden or purchased from a local farmers market. Plus, you learned a thing or two about some official state foods.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this creamy buttermilk pie that uses fresh raspberries in its filling and cuts down on butter. It’s perfect for a warm Summer evening.
Did you know you get more nutrients out of cooked carrots rather than fresh? Serve these delicious lentils with roasted beets and carrots as an entree or side dish.
Use a multitude of tomatoes in this savory pie. The chewy, buttery crust and thick ricotta cheese make this flavorful galette a meal in itself!
How many official state foods can you name? This fun article highlights some official state foods from Maryland crab to Idaho potatoes.
Head out to the garden to find some nettle (or spinach) leaves for this rich and creamy homemade fettuccine. Believe it or not, homemade pasta is easier than you think!