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Local Food - Local Recipes- Share Yours!

 
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Hi,

Please share with us your favorite local foods & where you get them & recipes for preparing them.   

One of my favorites is Puffball mushrooms.

We pick them in an open field near St. Ignatius, clean them with a dry brush, cut them into 1/4 inch thick steaks, dredge them in rice milk, dip in brown rice flour seasoned with garlic, salt & pepper, then pan fry in olive oil, yummy! & good reheated too!
 
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Some of my favorite recipes are discovered by accident. A friend of mine was visiting this weekend and threw everything in the kitchen together to make a wonderful curried zucchini soup. Not all of the ingredients are local, but zucchinis are the main one and in season right now.

You will need the following:

Several larger zucchinis
A rutabaga
Ginger
One onion (yellow or red)
2-3 chilies
A few tsps of yellow curry powder, to taste
About 3/4 cup of Almond Milk

Chop and boil the rutabaga in approx 3 cups of water for about 15 minutes. Remove about half of the water from the pot. Add chopped water and boil a little longer.
Chop the zucchini, onion and chilies, cook on low in an olive oiled saucepan for about 20-30 minutes. Add to a blender with the rutabaga base, almond milk and yellow curry powder.
Enjoy hot or cold. Particularly good with a bit of cheese sprinkled on top and fresh tortilla chips.
 
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