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Local Guys Cook Local Foods! Cooking demo at Gossett’s Indoor Farmer’s Market, Saturday, December 19th from 10-12:30.
This week Gossetts Farm Market welcomes real guys cooking John Imbiano and Richard Quigley, landscape architects at IQ Landscape Design. They’ll be cooking John’s secret pork chop recipe and Richard’s famous venison!
The Local Foods-Local Chefs series and the Local Guys Cook Local Foods series was created in order to inspire home cooking, show people how to use foods they may be unfamiliar with, foster a sense of connection with farmers and producers, and raise awareness of the complexity of flavors and nutrient density of sustainably raised produce and meats.
Gossett’s Farm Market is located at 1202 Rte 35, South Salem, NY 10590. Want to sign up to cook? Call Heather at 914.763.0474 to find out how. To visit John and Rich’s site click on the logo above.
This Saturday, December 5th from 11 am till 1 pm, Gossetts Farm Market is pleased to present Robert Burke, adirondack native and an outdoor river adventure guide for 30 years. Robert is the founder of Adirondack River Outfitters. Robert is going to teach you how to use cast-iron dutch ovens over charcoal. These dutch ovens are adaptable to economical cooking on your back porch and produce excellent flavor! Equally conducive to river or horseback adventure trips, you can cook fish/meats, vegetables, casseroles, stew, chili, rice, or even apple crisp. Robert and Heather Katonah Green’s Heather Flournoy are going to make vegetable enchiladas and a seasonal dessert. Come have fun, learn how to use your own dutch oven and cook up some seasonal produce.
Don’t forget that the market is INSIDE from now till March. The Christmas decorations are hung, the wood burning stove is fired up and, while the weather outside may turn frightful, inside Gossetts Farm Market its always delightful! See you Saturday!
Grilled Polenta Crostini with Fennel-Tomato Compote
For the polenta:
1 box instant polenta (I used Colavita)
¼ cup olive oil
For the fennel-tomato compote:
2 Tablespoons olive oil, + extra for brushing on the polenta
2 large bulbs or 4 small bulbs fennel, stalks removed and sliced thinly
1 pint cherry tomatoes, sliced in half length-wise
Salt and pepper to taste
Polenta: Line a loaf pan with plastic wrap and set aside. Prepare the polenta according to the package directions. Immediately pour the polenta into the loaf pan and smooth the top. Set aside and let cool.
Compote: Meanwhile, heat a large skillet to medium and add the olive oil. Add the fennel and cook until soft. Add the tomatoes and cook until soft. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Set aside.
Heat a clean grill. Remove the polenta from the pan and slice cross-wise into ½ inch pieces. Brush each slice on both sides with olive oil and grill. To serve, spoon each polenta slice with the com
Food Stylist Rachel Campbell cooks up some Red and Yellow Pepper Pureed Soup while preparing Grilled Polenta and a Fennel-Tomato Compote to top it off!
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Many thanks to Gossetts Farm Market for hosting Katonah Green’s Local Food–Local Chefs Cooking Demonstration Series, and to this episodes’ food contributor: Madura Farms for the organically grown fennel, shallots, potato, peppers, carrots and tomatoes.
The Local Foods–Local Chefs Demo Series is coordinated by Heather Flournoy for KatonahGreen.com
Check out the market every Saturday year-round in South Salem, NY: GossettsFarmMarket.com
follow Heather on Twitter: @katonahgreen
On Saturday, October 17th, Gossetts Farm Market welcomes Holistic Health Counselor Lisa Miller. Lisa will teach us how prepare simple soups using fresh, local ingredients from the Market that will get your body ready for the chill of winter. Show up anytime between 11am-1pm and bring your family!
The Katonah Green Chef Demonstration Series runs at Gossetts Farm Market every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m
What is holistic health counseling? Holistic health counseling treats each person as the individual that they are. What works for one person may not work for another.
Lisa works with the concept of primary foods and secondary foods. Primary foods are the things in your life: exercise, relationships, career and spirituality. Secondary foods are the foods you eat. You can eat the healthiest, cleanest diet in the world, but if you’re miserable in your relationship or unfulfilled in your career you will not be healthy.
Being healthy doesn’t take as much time as you make think. It actually gives you more time and energy. How? By eating well and leading a balanced life you will gain energy, decrease stress, think more clearly, rev up your metabolism, feel more confident and find time to do the things you love. You’ll feel amazing! Click on the Wellness logo above to see Lisa Millers website.