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basic grits

From Jbo Locally Grown

<p>this ia a basic recipe from here add anything you want experement see where you can go</p>
Source: Shell Mill
Servings: 4 people
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Basic Pesto

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>This is the most basic basil pesto, made with blanched basil and not too much olive oil.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: "John Ash: Cooking One on One"
Servings: Makes 1 cup of pesto
Ingredient keywords: basil, garlic, Parmesan
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Basic Salad with Fruity Vinaigrette

From Cape Locally Grown

<p>We eat this all the time! With crispy lettuce and greens and this fruity vinaigrette&#8230;.yum! This salad can be as simple or as complex as your ingredients allow&#8212;-fresh or fermented veggies, cheese, nuts, homemade croutons, cured meats, anchovies, etc.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Own
Servings: 6 servings, about 1 1/2 cups each
Ingredient keywords: salad, onion, oil, vinegar, jam, salt, garlic
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Basil Butter

From Russellville Community Market

<p>A yummy addition to chicken, fish or vegetable dishes.</p>
Source: I've used different versions of this recipe for years.
Servings: 16 servings
Ingredient keywords: basil, butter, lemon, pepper, garlic
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Basil Lemonade

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>Once you try this lemonade, you&#8217;ll never be satisfied with regular lemonade again!</p>
Source: Farmer Brown's
Servings: 16 servings
Ingredient keywords: basil
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Basil Pesto

From Monroe Farm Market

<p>I make pesto just as the plants really start producing. Use the freshest leaves, put pesto up for the whole year in a short amount of time. Use it in the dark of winter for a fresh, summer taste.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: I have used this basic recipe for years
Servings: 1 ice cube tray
Ingredient keywords: basil, garlic
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Basil Pesto

From Wildfire Farm--CSA Online Market

<p>I have been eating pesto since my first job in a restaurant in college. It was so exotic back then. It&#8217;s more common now, but I love it just as much. It is wonderful served on toast with a slice of tomato, or with pasta or meats.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Molly Katzen, the original Moosewood Cookbook
Servings: makes many small servings, or enough to dress pasta for 2 to 4
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Basil Pesto

From Champaign, OH

<p>What in the world is Pesto! Pesto has been a mainstay in Italian recipes for generations. Pesto is a green paste consisting of mainly basil, parsley, garlic, a cheese, pine nuts and olive oil. <br /> Use Pesto on hot buttered pasta, make tomato bruschetta.<br /> A simple salad recipe for pesto is place a bed of lettuce on individual salad plates, place a large slice tomato, top with a dollop of pesto, top pesto with a generous helping of crumbled cheese and chopped green onions.</p> <p>I usually put sunflower seeds in our pesto instead of pine nuts. Sunflower seeds are not as expensive, easy to find,have a good shelf life and adds a salty nutty flavor to the pesto.</p> <p>I make several batches of pesto each each year omitting the nuts and cheese. I place the pesto in ice cube trays until frozen. I then remove the frozen cubes and place in a zip lock freezer bag. These cubes can be added to your soups stews,tomato sauces. You can use your imagination.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Unknown
Servings: 6-8 people
Ingredient keywords: Fresh, fresh, garlic
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Basil Pesto

From Stones River Market

<p>Basil pesto is delicious on pasta, pizza, or a dollop in tomato soup. It can be made in season and frozen for the rest of the year.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Kathy Ferris
Servings: 2 to 4
Ingredient keywords: basil, garlic
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Basil Pesto with Pecans

From Hickory Hill CSA

<p>Basil pesto great with all pasta or just on toasted bread topped with tomatoes!</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Food Network
Servings: 1 Cup
Ingredient keywords: Basil, Garlic, pecans, olive, salt, cheese
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Basil Tomato Soup

From Suncoast Co-op

<p>A simple, fresh soup is made even better with homegrown tomatoes, especially if from a local grower.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: From a seed company website
Servings: 2-4 depending on your appetite
Ingredient keywords: tomatoes
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Basil-Strawberry Iced Tea

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Now that the basil is coming in, we will soon have a <span class="caps">LOT</span> of basil. Caprese salad is delicious, but how much of it can you eat? Try something different with this flavor!</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Martha Stewart
Servings: 1 pitcher
Ingredient keywords: basil, strawberries, tea
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Beans and sweet peppers

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Pretty simple and relies on the wonderful flavor of the specialty peppers to augment the simple goodness of green beans.</p>
Source: My brain
Servings: 1-2
Ingredient keywords: beans, peppers
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Bear Mountain Butternut Squash Soup with Cinnamon Croutons

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>I make this soup every fall when butternut squash is ripe. It is hearty and filling and makes a warm, inviting supper dish on a cool fall evening.</p> <p>This recipe is can be changed up quite a bit. The cinnamon croutons can be replaced with some sour cream and chives, or for a Mexican flair some salsa, sour cream and cheese. I have also added potatoes, parsnips, celery, etc. to the soup mix. You can also substitute the cream with milk or more chicken broth.</p> <p>Before making the soup, I split the squash in half, scoop out the seeds and microwave for 5 &#8211; 8 minutes, then cool. Then it is very easy to peel the skin and cut the squash into chunks.</p>
Source: Good Housekeeping magazine from many years ago
Servings: 12
Ingredient keywords: french, butter, cinnamon, leek, carrots, onion, butternut, butter
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Beef & Kohlrabi stir fry

From Heirloom Living Market Lawrenceville

<p>I didn&#8217;t know what to do with a kohlrabi when i found it in my box! We were soon to discover how much we love it. It&#8217;s like a potato with a crunch!</p>
Source: Jeanine & Lauren's creation
Servings: 4-5
Ingredient keywords: peeled
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Beef 'n' Brew Crockpot Vegetable Soup

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>This is a great soup to make when you&#8217;re expecting visitors. It can be assembled and started in the crockpot many hours before the party, leaving you free to do other things. Beer is a prominent ingredient in this hearty soup. If you want a lighter beer flavor, use a pale beer. Use a darker beer for a more pronounced beer taste. (Use home brew for real bragging rights!)</p>
Source: "New Flavors from Your Crockery Cooker" (Better Homes & Gardens, 1998)
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: onion, carrot, parsnip, garlic, bay, thyme, pepper, beef, beer
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Beef and Sweet Potato Stew

From Republican Valley Produce

<p>A very hardy stew that is great for a cold day.</p>
Source: http://joythebaker.com/2011/11/beef-and-sweet-potato-stew/
Servings: 8 plus
Ingredient keywords: buffalo, Onion, carrots, Garlic, Sweet
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Beef Pot Roast

From Stones River Market

<p>I found this recipe on Yummly using products from the Market</p>
Source: Yummly and allrecipes.com (http://www.yummly.com/recipe/external/Beef-Pot-Roast-Allrecipes)
Servings: Serves 8
Ingredient keywords: roast, onion, garlic, bay
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Beef Pot Roast with Maple Sweet Potatoes and Cider Gravy

From Rose Creek Farms Coop

<p>Wonderful fall recipe, for pot roast and in season Sweet Potatoes</p>
Source: Recipe as seen in the Healthy Beef Cookbook, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Servings: makes 8 sevings
Ingredient keywords: Chuck, olive, Redmonds, onion, Thyme, Beef, apple, Sweet, Garlic, Thickening, ginger
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Beef Shank stew

From Old99Farm Market

<p>A beef shank makes the most amazing stock and stew you could imagine. Since I am a busy (maybe lazy) cook with lots of people to feed, I use shortcuts when I can.</p>
Source: www.alderspring.com
Servings: 6
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Beef Shanks

From Superior Seasons

<p>Most folks are not aware of the incredible culinary and nutritional storehouse that is locked away within the folds of the beef shanks&#8212;horizontal cuts on the lower leg of the steer. That is because the shanks are riddled with connective tissue that dissolves into a gelatinous broth. In this recipe&#8212;served at the Wise Traditions 2005 banquet dinner&#8212;there’s no need to use pre-made beef stock. What’s more, beef shanks are very economical. A sauce with wonderful structure, flavor and sheen, easily rivaling that of a great veal demi-glace, is obtained through this recipe and the formula is quite simple: a slight acidity to the stock and three to four hours of very slow simmering. Be sure you have the right stockpot&#8212;thick-bottomed stainless steel or enamel is best&#8212;and be ready to enjoy one of the most satisfying entries imaginable. Prep time: 2 hours Cook time: 6 hours</p>
Source: Weston A. Price Foundation
Servings: 8 servings
Ingredient keywords: beef, lard, carrot, onion, pepper, bay, water, tomato, vinegar, thyme, garlic, salt
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Beef Stew w/Rutabaga

From Heirloom Living Market Lilburn

<p>I needed to use this rutabaga that I bought at the market and didn&#8217;t know what to do with it. What does a rutabaga taste like and how do I prepare it? Of course I checked out the internet and found that it is a cross between a turnip and a cabbage. Most of the recipes are interchangeable w/potatoes. So, I&#8217;m thinking beef stew surrounding a bed of mashed rutabaga. The rutabaga does not mash as smoothly as potatoes and is a bit lumpy and fibrous from the cabbage w/a mild turnipy taste. I&#8217;ve never eaten turnips except for the greens until recently. I&#8217;m still getting used to them, but I will not be put off! So, this is my take on Beef Stew w/Rutabaga. Great recipe for getting to know the rutabaga.</p>
Source: Kathy Barnes
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: Stew, Rutabaga
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Beef Stroganoff

From Shoestring Acres

<p>This is a great way to use various in-season mushrooms of any type. This is a family tradition that does well with your personal variations (mine are labeled &#8220;optional&#8221;). Most tender prepared in a crock pot, but can do on the stove with a nice cut of meat. Follow instructions well so veggies don&#8217;t become too soft.</p>
Source: Mrs. Elizabeth Axe
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: beef, mushrooms, onion, pepper, garlic, broth, ketchup, mustard, sour, salt, pasta, salad, cayenne, flour
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Beef Stroganoff

From Russellville Community Market

<p>This is a variation of my family&#8217;s favorite dinner when we were growing up. I have substituted yogurt for sour cream and fresh mushrooms for canned.</p>
Source: McNeary family
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: beef, mushrooms
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Beef Stuffed Zucchini

From Stones River Market

<p>Very large zucchini don&#8217;t look very appetizing, but they can be delicious if stuffed with meat and veggies.</p>
Source: Kathy Ferris
Servings: about 6
Ingredient keywords: beef, onion, pepper, pepper, pepper, zuccini, eggplant, onion, parsley
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