FRESH MADE EASY
KEEP IT SUPER SIMPLE
Fresh is flavorful. When you buy the freshest ingredients there's really no need to dress them up and get too fancy. You want to let them each shine in their wholesome goodness. An avocado from Rancho Mexico Lindo smeared on toasted bread from Belen Bakery is a great example of our KISS (keep it super simple) mantra. Kawano Farms early season corn needs little more than a quick bath in boiling water and a swipe of butter or sprinkle of salt, or slice it raw off the cob and add it to your salads. Suzie's Farms and kawano Farms have strawberries so sweet they make a perfect dessert without any additions. Celebrate the bounty of the season with less time cooking and more time eating together.
Here's a dinner idea that's quick, simple and farm fresh: Cut beets from Maciel & Family in chunks, toss in olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper, and roast for about 30 minutes. While they're cooking, chop the beet greens and bring water to a boil. When beets test tender, saute greens for a few minutes in garlic infused olive oil from Bistro Blends and boil fresh ravioli from Lisko Imports for just 2 minutes. Top ravioli with greens and beets and a dusting of Parmigiano Reggiano from Taste Cheese. Dinner!
About SD Weekly Markets
SD Weekly Markets brings farmers’ markets to the city in San Diego, and people to the table. Each of our San Diego farmers’ markets is geared to the needs and interests of the communities it serves, and each is managed professionally to provide the highest quality farm-fresh produce, meats, fish, eggs, and artisan foods to San Diego farmers’ market shoppers.