In late June, Pastry Chef Joe Baker taught the beautiful technique of cake glazing. Joe Baker is a Coppell Farmers Market Vendor, selling macrons and gluten-free quick breads. He is a gifted educator and a return guest for the market’s educational series, titled Market to Kitchen Chef Demonstrations.
See Joe Baker’s cake glaze recipe and how-to.
If you visited the farmers market last Saturday you probably noticed an abundance of brilliantly colored cherry tomatoes! Here is a tasty and quick recipe that is sure to satisfy time and time again. See the recipe.
Coppell Farmers Market Shopping List:1 pint cherry tomatoes 1 package spaghetti 1 medium-sized zucchini Texas olive oil crushed red pepper flakes 1 bunch basil Chef Milton’s Sea Salt Cheese of any flavor
If you’ve visited the Farmers Market lately you may have noticed that every farmer is selling greens. This is the perfect recipe for this time of year when farmers have an abundance of both greens and eggs! Take a load off of our farmers, and serve your family this healthy, hearty meal. Recipe in full.
These ingredients can be found this Saturday at the Coppell Farmers Market: – Fresh Herbs, minced – 1 Tblspn Olive Oil or Butter – 1 bunch Mustard Greens or... | Read More
Find lettuce in abundance this week and for a few weeks to come! Recipe in Full.
The following Key Ingredients can be found at the Coppell Farmers Market: 1 head of butter lettuce 1/4 cup fresh dill 1/4 cup fresh parsley 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes black pepper 1/3 Texas olive oiil 3/4 cup goat cheese 3 green onion... | Read More
A great recipe that’s packed full of veggies and is both flavorful & healthy! Recipe in Full.
The following key ingredients can be found at the Coppell Farmers Market: 1 Summer Squash 1 Handful of Green Beans 3-4 Green Onions (sub for 1 small onion) 1 Egg Fresh Oregano, Cilantro or Parsley (sub for “CSA Flavor Bomb”) 1 tsp Fresh Garlic Powder (sub for garlic clove)
Swiss Chard seems to be one of the veggies that can get boring quick. Sauteed chard & onion, again? This recipe is a great way to use Swiss Chard! And may even appeal to those in the family who protest its usually bitter taste.
The following Key Ingredients can be found at the Coppell Farmers Market: 1 bunch swiss chard 1/2 stick butter 1 sweet yellow onion 1 cup grated parmesan (or other) cheese pinch red pepper flakes sea salt and fresh cracked pepper
Recipe in Full.