Today is the last day of the Loving Local blogathon. Thanks to everyone who has written, read, and donated to Mass Farmers Markets!
Here are the posts we are learning about on Saturday.
Teresa of Farm Share Stories pens a sonnet to her little white eggplant.
JJ of Cuisine en Locale sings the season’s praises.
Betsy at A Plateful of Happiness uses her farmers market haul for an after-work Asian-inspired pasta salad with summer vegetables.
Meghan of Travel, Wine, and Dine sums up her season of produce in words and pictures in honor of Farmers’ Market Week.
Pure Wellness Amy shows off her sense of humor and her culinary skills with a colorful green bean salad.
Sarah in the Kitchen plans a gluten-free meal around her ancho chicken chili.
I, Tinky of In Our Grandmothers’ Kitchens, go peachy kean with a summery crumble.
Catherine of Pursuing Domestic Goddess-ness transforms peaches into Loving Local candy.
Myrna of The PescoVegetarian Times samples local products and explains why every week is Farmers’ Market Week at her house.
Nikki at Art and Lemons comes home from the Falmouth Farmers Market with goodies–and a story.
Julie of How Does YOUR Garden Grow? shares a plateful of joy as she extols Holiday Brook Farm in Dalton.
Kathleen of Parlez-Moi Blog remembers a youth of roasting corn and catching frogs and shares a cucumber-salad recipe.
Kel at More Cupcakes! shares her recipe for wheat berry tabouleh (and manages to work in the word “chiffonade”).
Joe at Somerville Local First discusses the ways in which the local-food movement is influencing the local movement in general.
We belatedly discovered a post from Monday by Jeremy at Basic Eating in which he discussed his challenge for the week–to discover four edible plants within fifty feet of his front door!
In what I think is our 100th post (although I’m a little bleary eyed so I’ll have to recount later!), Michael of My World by Michael writes of his love for spaghetti with fresh tomato sauce.
Rob at Baked Orchard shares his experience at the Framingham Farmers Market.
Disposable Aardvarks returns with two great lunch recipes and a farmer’s market tour.
Abbe from Out of the Box doesn’t let a little thing like a camping trip get in the way of using and eating a LOT of peaches.
Lara of Good Cook Doris! surveys her local loot before showing off a simple, tasty main dish.
This one was actually early–but we missed it! Ellen at Bottomless Kitchen announced the blogathon and put in a plea for funds for farmers markets.
Maleah at MassMoms wrote about teaching her little boy where good food comes from.
And Kathleen at Parlez-Moi Blog explains how the blogathon reunited old friends.