A 2019 Love Your Farmer, Love Your Food Recipe The Moscow Food Co-op deli prepared some great salads for this year’s Love Your Farmer event appetizers. Our thanks to Ryan Town, creative chef and the Co-op’s deli prepared food manager, for sharing his delicious recipes with the Local Foods, Local Flavors blog. Garbanzo beans are often also called chickpeas. Turkish Garbanzo Bean Salad:
2 cups PNW Farmers Co-op York garbanzo beans, cooked* and drained
1 red onion, diced
Here’s a quick classic. This one takes me back to always coveting the lunch of a vegetarian friend, who often brought this sandwich. It always looked so fresh, crisp and delicious, that I finally starting making these sandwiches for myself and they are always everything I dream of: fresh, hearty and delicious! They are great any time of year, but in late summer and early fall, all my favorite veggies for it are in season and abundant. One trick is to make the sandwich as soon
Who loves moving? Moving when it is above 90 degrees, is just about as fun as it sounds. Having done this recently, I had a fun challenge coming up with quick and easy meals, while generating as little excess heat as possible. Enter – this saucy creation with some of the usual chick (-en and -pea) favorites, and many goodies from our week’s veggie box from Omache farm – doesn’t it look amazing?! I was already drooling over the Sun Gold tomatoes and fresh basil at the market.
I’m busy! Grad school is demanding and feeding myself and my hubby every day, three times(!), can be a real challenge. Especially because we like to eat well, and are on a budget. It seems like most of us live in a time (and money) deficit these days. Not having enough time to cook can be a real obstacle to eating in alignment with your values and can drain your wallet as more convenient options are found. One of the ways we attempt to overcome this obstacle, is by cooking a