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Cilantro Rice

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>There are very few things in life better than cilantro rice! Try it on a Navajo Fry Bread Taco; mmmmm good. (See recipe for Navajo Fry Bread)</p>
Source: An amalgamation
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: cilantro
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Cilantro Vinaigrette

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>We need to spread the cilantro around! Whip up this salad dressing for leafy greens, potato salads, pasta salads, cabbage salads, etc.</p>
Source: The Saucy Vegetarian by Joanne Stepaniak
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: cilantro, garlic, chives
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Cilantro-Lime Alaska Cod

From Heirloom Living Market Lilburn

<p>The recipe this came from uses Sea Bass or Halibut. I had neither, but I did have cod and looking at the type of fish used in the recipe I thought that cod might work great here. It did and I&#8217;ve made this many times. It&#8217;s my daughter&#8217;s favorite way to prepare cod and mine too. I don&#8217;t usually like tomatoes in a seafood dish, but the lime and cilantro work with the tomatoes so well you&#8217;ll think your on a Caribbean Island having dinner on the beach. The cilantro, lime and tomatoes make this a truly different dish. The quantities were not given for each ingredient except for the fish. You can feel free to add more or less of each ingredient. This recipe is very forgiving. I actually use much less fish, maybe a pound to feed 3. I&#8217;ll tell you what I used&#8230;hope it works for you.</p>
Source: The Great Physician's RX by Jordan Rubin
Servings: 2-3 servings easily
Ingredient keywords: Cod
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Cilantro-Lime Alaska Cod

From Heirloom Living Market Hamilton Mill

<p>The recipe this came from uses Sea Bass or Halibut. I had neither, but I did have cod and looking at the type of fish used in the recipe I thought that cod might work great here. It did and I’ve made this many times. It’s my daughter’s favorite way to prepare cod and mine too. I don’t usually like tomatoes in a seafood dish, but the lime and cilantro work with the tomatoes so well you’ll think your on a Caribbean Island having dinner on the beach. The cilantro, lime and tomatoes make this a truly different dish. The quantities were not given for each ingredient except for the fish. You can feel free to add more or less of each ingredient. This recipe is very forgiving. I actually use much less fish, maybe a pound to feed 3. I’ll tell you what I used…hope it works for you.</p>
Source: The Great Physician's Rx by Jordan Rubin
Servings: 2-3 servings easily
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Cilantro-Lime Alaska Cod

From Heirloom Living Market Lawrenceville

<p>The recipe this came from uses Sea Bass or Halibut. I had neither, but I did have cod and looking at the type of fish used in the recipe I thought that cod might work great here. It did and I’ve made this many times. It’s my daughter’s favorite way to prepare cod and mine too. I don’t usually like tomatoes in a seafood dish, but the lime and cilantro work with the tomatoes so well you’ll think your on a Caribbean Island having dinner on the beach. The cilantro, lime and tomatoes make this a truly different dish. The quantities were not given for each ingredient except for the fish. You can feel free to add more or less of each ingredient. This recipe is very forgiving. I actually use much less fish, maybe a pound to feed 3. I’ll tell you what I used…hope it works for you.</p>
Source: The Great Physician's RX by Jordan Rubin
Servings: 2-3 servings easily
Ingredient keywords: Cod
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Cinnamon Okra Muffins

From Suncoast Co-op

<p>I was inspired by a local grower and Suncoast Co-op member who was in a quandry in what she could do with her abundance of okra she was harvesting so I made it my mission to seek out a recipe different and new by using okra as the main ingredient. I&#8217;ve enjoyed the muffins and I hope you do too.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: http://www.cupcakeproject.com/2011/04/oatmeal-okra-cookies-oo.html#572fXaJSV1SXf0Ps.99
Servings: 12 to 18 muffins
Ingredient keywords: flour, baking, salt, baking, ginger, eggs, ginger, cinnamon, sugar, butter, okra, cupcake, pan, cream, butter, powdered, cinnamon
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Cinnamon Okra Oatmeal Cookies

From Suncoast Co-op

<p>When I was on a roll making Okra muffins and had okra that I wanted to use I decided to try a recipe I found for Cinnamon Okra Oatmeal cookies. What I like about this recipe is that it is very adaptable. My next batch I want to add organic raisins or cranberries and although they are not overly sweet I may try reducing the amounts of brown sugar as I am a firm believer of less is better when it comes to sugar and the raisins or cranberries will give it some natural sugar. When I do, I&#8217;ll be sure to add some additional comments below the recipe.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: http://www.cupcakeproject.com/2011/04/oatmeal-okra-cookies-oo.html#572fXaJSV1SXf0Ps.99
Servings: 12 large cookies
Ingredient keywords: flour, baking, baking, salt, ginger, cinnamon, sugar, butter, vanilla, brown, oats, eggs, okra
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Cinnamon Pear Popovers

From Rural Resources

<p>Nothing says fall to me more than cinnamon flavored anything and everything. These Cinnamon Pear Popovers do not disappoint. They are light and airy with just the right amount of crispness from the pears. Pears are just the first fruit to start with and a delightful change from cinnamon apples. But let’s be honest, cinnamon apples would be phenomenal in these. Or bananas, or cranberries, or blackberries- you see where I’m going with this. I like to eat the popovers for breakfast but they are a light dessert as well in a season full of sweets. Let me know what fruit combinations you try out</p>
Source: Onceamonthmom.com
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: flour, salt, milk, eggs, pears, sugar, cinnamon
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Citrus Glazed Gator Ribs

From Citrus County Locally Grown

<p>Alligator is a lean meat that is low in fat and cholesterol and high in protein. Alligator meat is versatile and can be used in just about any recipe as a substitute for chicken, pork, veal, or fish. With this recipe we have a truly Florida feast with the combination of Alligator and Citrus. <br /> A great addition to your bar-barque menu. Enjoy</p> <p>Nutritional Value Per Serving<br /> Calories 639, Calories From Fat 150, Total Fat 17g, Saturated Fat 1g, Trans Fatty Acid 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Total Carbohydrates13 g, Protein 105g, Omega 3 Fatty Acid 0.10g</p>
Source: www.FL-Seafood.com
Servings: Serves 4
Ingredient keywords: Orange_Juice, FL_Key_Limes, FL_Lemons, Olive_Oil, Garlic_Cloves, Thyme, Oregano, Cumin, Orange_Zest, Kosher_Salt, Black_Pepper, Gator, Orange, Butter
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Classic Caesar Salad Dressing

From Monroe Farm Market

<p>This is a classic, all time favorite recipe. It balances of the tart lemon, garlic and zesty Parmesan cheese with the crisp, almost sweet Romaine leaves. Very yummy. To make a lovely salad (for 6), use 1 &#8211; 2 heads of romaine lettuce, 3 cups of croutons (home made or store bought) and 1/2 c of Parmesan cheese. Add a nicely grilled Swift Level steak, and you have a clean, crisp summer dinner.</p>
Source: Joy of Cooking
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: Romaine
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Classic Egg Hair Conditioner

From Upstate Locally Grown Market

<p>Using fresh eggs to nourish and condition your hair is a classic beauty treatment &#8212; you may remember your grandmother doing this! The protein and lecithin contained in eggs keep your hair soft and smooth. (Yield: 3 ounces)</p>
Source: "EcoBeauty -- Scrubs, Rubs, Masks, and Bath Bombs for You and Your Friends" author Janice Cox as sen on StyleList AOl
Servings: one treatment: 3 ounces
Ingredient keywords: Egg, Water, Lemon Juice
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Classic Green Bean Casserole

From Florida Suncoast Locally Grown

<p>A great Thanksgiving side dish!</p>
Source: campbellskitchen.com
Servings: 6-8
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Classic Salmon Patties

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>This is the recipe for salmon patties that I grew up with. You can add your own variations, such as herbs, chives, or minced vegetables to it as well. Use your own preference of oil to cook with, like butter or olive oil. If you don&#8217;t have the salmon burger meat, you can shred a filet.</p> <p>Also, you can use gluten-free Bisquick instead of flour, and it comes out the same.</p>
Source: Michele Giddens
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: salmon, egg, flour, butter, herb, chive
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Classic Southern Cornbread

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>Classic Southern Cornbread is best made with a cast iron skillet. Let the skillet warm up in the oven and melt some butter in it so that a nice crust will form. Some versions of this recipe use bacon drippings instead of or in addition to the butter. Adjust the amount of buttermilk to make a thick batter.<br /> You can also use self-rising cornmeal and omit the baking powder and soda.</p>
Source: Kay Little
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: cornmeal, egg, buttermilk, butter
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Coach Nicole's Cold Weather Vegi Stew

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>This recipe is High fiber, lactose free, low sugar, soy free. It freezes well. Coach Nicole says she serves it with habanero cheese and saltines. I usually make it in the crockpot.</p> Vegan!
Source: Bobs Red Mill website
Servings: Serves 8
Ingredient keywords: onion, garlic, tomatoes, carrotts, basil, oregano, spinach
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Çoban salatası or Shepherd's salad

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>This dish has lots of names and variations- Choban salad, Mediterranean salad, Israeli salad, Vegetable salad, Shirazi salad, to name a few.</p> <p>Some recipes omit the pepper. Some use mint instead of the parsley or some use both. Some use lemon juice instead of vinegar. The amount of each vegetable and size adjusted from chopped, diced or minced according to taste and preference.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Lisa Hartman
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: tomatoes, onion, cucumber, pepper, parsley, mint, oil
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Coconut Bay-con

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>This is a unique con that can be undertaken by any food con-artist, even you! The coconut gives you some awesome fiber and healthful oils. The other ingredients just give you some tastebud &#8220;wows&#8221;! And with all of the potent seasoning, it will satisfy hunger pangs until the next mealtime, so snack away.</p>
Source: http://thesimpleveganista.blogspot.com/2013/05/coconut-bacon.html
Servings: Depends on who is eating it!
Ingredient keywords: maple, paprika
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Coconut Curry Greens

From ALFN Local Food Club

<p>One of my favorite ways to eat turnip and collard greens.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: America's Test Kitchen
Servings: Um?
Ingredient keywords: Turnip, Collard
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Coconut Flour Waffles

From Stones River Market

<p>Mandy with Ridiculous Chocolate shares this recipe with us. These are gluten and grain free and do well in the toaster.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: From Ridiculous Chocolate - http://www.healthhomehappy.com/2010/12/coconut-flour-waffles-grain-and-gluten-free.html
Servings: Makes 8 Waffles
Ingredient keywords: flour, egg, puree, honey
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Coconut Tilapia with Apricot Dipping Sauce

From Citrus County Locally Grown

<p>&#8220;Tilapia is coated with a spicy coconut mixture and served with an apricot dipping sauce, delicious and easy! After having coconut shrimp at a famous restaurant here in Phoenix, I decided to recreate it at home using a mild white fish filet and tilapia was my first choice. Sit back and enjoy the compliments.&#8221;</p>
Source: AllRecipes.com-Submitted by: Blondee
Servings: Serves 4
Ingredient keywords: Coconut, Flour, Creole, Tilapia, Cornstarch, Egg-Substitute, Canola-oil, Apricot, Mustard, Horseradish
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Colcannon

From Suncoast Co-op

<p>This delicious potato dish is a combination of mashed potatoes, cooked cabbage, and optional green onions. When I made it for the first time this year, I used my collard greens!</p> <p>This is a great dish for St. Patrick&#8217;s day, or enjoy it as a side dish to ham, roast beef, corned beef, or sausages (if you eat animal products&#8230;). It&#8217;s easy to prepare and wonderful any time of the year.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: I wish I remembered--it was the internet...
Servings: Serves 4 to 6
Ingredient keywords: potato, salt, collards, onion, butter, milk
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Colcannon

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>This is a classic Irish dish</p>
Source: World Wide Web
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: potato, kale
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Cold-Fashioned Potato Salad

From Wick's Locally Grown

<p>Excellent potato salad, very refreshing, not your common mayo and mustard dressing. I was hesitant to soak the potatoes in vinegar but trusted Alton and am so glad I did. Served them at a family get-together and everyone raved about the dish.</p>
Source: Alton Brown on Cooking Channel Show: Good Eats Episode: This Spuds for you too
Servings: 4 to 6 servings
Ingredient keywords: red, vinegar, mayonnaise, mustard, parsley, tarragon, garlic, cornichons, onion, celery, salt, pepper
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Coleslaw

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>Classic coleslaw recipe. Cut the cabbage in half, then into quarters and remove the cores. Chop roughly or use the course side of a box grater to shred the cabbage and carrot. A food processor tends to shred the cabbage too small.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Lola Dawson Hayes
Servings: 8
Ingredient keywords: cabbage, carrots, relish
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Coleslaw Relish

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>We have a close friend who likes raw cabbage but can&#8217;t stand to even look at mayonnaise, so we serve him this instead. It&#8217;s a great recipe &#8212; the cabbage stays refreshingly crisp and has a tart, tangy flavor. It can also be canned up as a relish, following standard published water-bath processing procedures.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: A recipe from Family Circle magazine, Sept. 1966
Servings: About 12 cups of relish, or enough to fill 6 pint jars
Ingredient keywords: cabbage, onions, green, red, vinegar
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Collard Chips

From Magney Legacy Ridge Farm

<p>A crispy, healthy twist on an old Southern favorite.</p>
Source: https://inspiredrd.com/2012/04/like-kale-chips-try-collard-chips/
Servings: Serves: 2
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Collard Green Coleslaw

From The Cumming Harvest

<p>A favorite at our house! Great side to go with anything from burgers to mac and cheese!</p> Vegan!
Source: Vegetarian Times January 2009
Servings: 8 servings
Ingredient keywords: collard, carrots, red
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Collard Greens and White Bean Soup

From The Cumming Harvest

<p>Delicious way to use fresh collards.</p> Vegan!
Source: Fat Free Vegan (www.fatfreevegan.com)
Servings: 6 servings
Ingredient keywords: collard, carrots
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Collard Greens With Bacon

From Duette, FL

<p>This is a classic recipe for collard greens, where they&#8217;re braised with bacon and onion and brightened with a splash of cider vinegar. For maximum flavor and tenderness, cook the greens a few hours in advance, store in the refrigerator, and reheat them just before serving.</p>
Source: marthastewart.com
Servings: 4-6
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Collard Greens With Bacon

From Florida Suncoast Locally Grown

<p>This is a great side dish.</p>
Source: coookindineout.com
Servings: 3-4
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Collard Greens with Ham

From Foothills Market

<p>This has become a family favorite for us. We always substitute smoked sausage for the ham.</p>
Source: steamykitchen.com
Servings: 4 servings
Ingredient keywords: Onion, Garlic, Tomato, Collard
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Collard Pesto

From Vista Marketplace

<p>With an abundance of collard greens, I searched for innovative ways to use it. This is a tasty alternative to traditional pesto.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: www.foodnetwork.com
Servings: 3 cups
Ingredient keywords: collard,, nuts,, cheese, garlic, oil
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Collard-Wrapped Baked Salmon

From Foothills Market

<p>It can&#8217;t get healthier than this &#8211; salmon with health Omega-3 oils and collard greens with all the benefits of cruciferous vegetables. And it looks so sophisticated!</p>
Source: adapted from zuzkalight.com
Servings: 4 servings
Ingredient keywords: Collard
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Colorful arugula salad

From Cadle's Cove Farm

<p>A quick and easy way to enjoy fresh arugula</p>
Source: Farm Fresh Recipes
Servings: Serves 4
Ingredient keywords: lettuce, arugula, pepper, mushrooms, mustard, vinegar, garlic, oil
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Comforting Vegetable Beef Stew

From Augusta Locally Grown

<p>This is a simple, easy old-fashioned stew that will warm your soul. You can use boxed, or canned broth or make your own with water and beef bullion. Next time I make this I will probably use a full head of cabbage because I love cabbage. You can add a pinch or two of salt if you want. Use medium/larger potatoes or 3 smaller ones.</p>
Source: Carmelita A.
Servings: makes 6-8 hearty bowls
Ingredient keywords: beef, onion, potatoes, cabbage, carrots
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Cooked Cukes

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>Most of the time, people only think of using cucumbers as a fresh vegetable in salads, sandwiches, or maybe a gazpacho. However, they can also be treated more like a summer squash. The texture and taste of a cooked cucumber is tender and mild. A great side dish when you&#8217;re in the mood for something different!</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Our own recipe, born of an overabundance of cukes back in 2009
Servings: Use about 1 cup of cucumber strips per serving.
Ingredient keywords: cucumber, herb, olive
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Cooking Rabbit: The Basics

From South Cumberland Farmer's Market

<p>Rabbit is a delicious and nutritious low-fat addition to any diet, but given the dominance of chicken, pork and beef on modern menus many people have no idea how to cook rabbit. Here is an easy, basic recipe for oven-roasted rabbit.</p>
Source: Recipe entered by Erich Eichler
Servings: Serves 4
Ingredient keywords: rabbit, oil, garlic, salt, pepper, herbs, wine
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Coriander-spiced Potatoes

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>An east Indian-spiced, savory and hearty potato dish. Fairly simple to make, and very pleasing to the palate!</p>
Source: Organic Gardening, Oct/Nov 2013 issue
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: potato, cumin, coriander, garlic, pepper, turmeric
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Corn & Basil Cakes

From Northeast Georgia Locally Grown

<p>Now that local corn and basil are both in season, it&#8217;s time for a family favorite. My daughter was celebrated by our friends and family at a lakeside vacation when she fixed these Corn &amp; Basil Cakes as a side dish two summers ago. Credit for the recipe goes to Eating Well magazine. Susan W. July 2015</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Eating Well magazine, July-August 2010
Servings: 4-6 as a side dish
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Corn and Blueberry Salad

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>This recipe was submitted by Laura Wheaton and I prepared it at the market on Saturday to showcase the most wonderful produce and fruits in the region! Lots of season goodness here and most everyone who tried it loved it&#8230;</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Laura Wheaton
Servings: 3 cups
Ingredient keywords: corn, blueberries, cucumber, onion, basil, jalapeno, honey, lime, olive, vinegar
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Corn and Chanterelle Chowder

From Superior Seasons

<p>This recipe is courtesy of The Valley Table and Chefs Mark Propper and Justin Marino from Miss Lucy’s Kitchen, Saugerties, NY.</p>
Source: Chefs Mark Propper and Justin Marino, Miss Lucy’s Kitchen, Saugerties, NY
Servings: 6-8
Ingredient keywords: bacon, onion, celery, garlic, shallot, flour, potato, corn, mushrooms, bay, cream, thyme, salt
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Corn Fritters with Peach and Thyme

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>I haven&#8217;t tried this one, but sounds awesome!</p>
Source: Taste of the South's Collector's Issue - Southern Favorites
Servings: 3 dozen fritters
Ingredient keywords: eggs, corn, peaches, thyme
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Cornbread Squash Casserole

From Foothills Market

<p>The casserole is supposed to be like the one served at Calico County restaurant in Ft. Smith, Arkansas.</p>
Source: A friend, Florence
Servings: 8 servings
Ingredient keywords: Squash, Onion, Pepper, Eggs
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Cosmic Charlie's Award Winning Scarlet/Fire Panini!

From Champaign, OH

<p>Cosmic Charlie&#8217;s Scarlet/Fire Panini</p> <p>*Last summer, we had a Market Cook-Off at The Champaign County Farmer&#8217;s Market, in June. This panini won two awards&#8230;Best Use Of Market Products and Cook-Off Champ!! Below is my inspiration and the ingredients for you to try&#8230;it all starts with a loaf of Cosmic bread!</p> <p>My entry is a panini made with Cosmic Charlie&#8217;s Parmesan Oregano Bread and all local veggies from fellow vendors! The sandwich gets it name from a combo of songs that used to be played, together, at a Grateful Dead concert. The songs are Scarlet Begonia and Fire On The Mountain. When you heard the familiar tinklings of Scarlet Begonia starting to filter through the crowd, you knew that it would seque into Fire On The Mountain. Deadheads shortened the titles and lovingly would refer to the combo as Scarlet/Fire. This was a familiar happening at Dead shows with many of the song combos that were joined, together. Since my business, Cosmic Charlie Bread, gives a nod to my love of The Grateful Dead, and their song, Cosmic Charlie, is my inspiration, and since I am a loving Deadhead, Scarlet/Fire seemed like the perfect title to give a perfect sandwich!</p> <p>The panini will start with Cosmic&#8217;s Parmesan/Oregano bread. I grow my own herbs, organically, and my bread is all natural, unbleached flour, with no preservatives or oils. The flavors of the bread will cosmically unite with the Scarlet part of the duo in the form of sliced tomatoes from Lonny&#8217;s Green Acres. The Fire part of the duo will come from the kick of Mary Jane garlic, from JC Growers, that will be roasted, carmelized and spread on the bread. The Fire also comes from the dried red pepper that runs through my Parmesan/Oregano bread. The &#8220;rifts&#8221; that will bring the harmony all together will be roasted sweet onions and banana peppers from Lonny&#8217;s Green Acres. You always need a core to bring the group, all together, and for me, that was always Jerry Garcia, at the shows, and in the sandwich, it will be provolone cheese from the local Yutzy&#8217;s cheeses.</p> <p>After the first bite, I hope that the judges and fans will see a &#8220;sky that&#8217;s yellow and a sun that&#8217;s blue&#8221; (nod to a verse in Scarlet Begonias), that takes them into the flavorful world of Cosmic Charlie.</p> <p>For my fans and Bread Heads, I will be offering samples, all market, of my Parmesan/Oregano Bread&#8230;</p> <p>Peace, Love, Bread</p> <p>Pamela of Cosmic Charlie Bread</p> <p>.</p>
Source: Pamela Bowshier
Servings: 1 loaf of Cosmic will give you 6 panini sandwiches
Ingredient keywords: garlic, onions, banana, cheese, olive
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Cosmic Charlie's Christmas Morning French Toast

From Champaign, OH

<p>I host a large brunch, on Christmas mornings, at our house. One of the most popular dishes is my overnight french toast using Cosmic Charlie&#8217;s Sugaree (sugar/cinnamon)Bread! Feel free to leave the Grand Marnier out, leave it in or even sub a different flavor. This is so good served with slices of baked sausage and real maple syrup&#8230;.</p> <p><span class="caps">GRAND</span> <span class="caps">MARNIER</span> <span class="caps">FRENCH</span> <span class="caps">TOAST</span></p> <p>Read more about it at www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1618,153183-247193,00.html<br /> Content Copyright © 2012 Cooks.com &#8211; All rights reserved.</p> <p>1 to 1 1/2 French bread, cut into 1 1/2 inch slices<br /> 4 c. heavy cream, light cream or milk<br /> 4 eggs<br /> 4 tbsp. sugar<br /> 4 tbsp. Grand Marnier<br /> 2 tbsp. orange zest<br /> Confectioners&#8217; sugar</p> <p>Beat together cream, eggs, sugar, Grand Marnier and orange zest. Arrange bread slices flat in glass baking dish and pour mixture over bread. Soak for 2 hours, turning bread after 1 hour until mixture is absorbed by bread. Put slices on non-stick cookie sheet and bake in preheated 400 degree oven for 20 minutes, turning bread after 10 minutes. Remove from oven and sprinkle with confectioners&#8217; sugar. 4-6 servings. Serve with orange butter.</p> <p><span class="caps">ORANGE</span> <span class="caps">BUTTER</span>:</p> <p>6 oz. butter, softened<br /> Juice of 1 orange<br /> 1 tbsp. Grand Marnier<br /> 1/2 c. powdered sugar</p> <p>Mix together, put in a serving dish or wrap in wax paper to form log. Refrigerate until serving. Spread on Grand Marnier French Toast.</p>
Source: Cooks.com (adapted)
Servings: 4-6 (I actually triple the recipe)
Ingredient keywords: bread, cream, eggs, sugar, Grand, orange, sugar
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Country-Style Cole Slaw

From Athens Locally Grown

<p>A classic recipe, updated for vegan tastes &#8212; if it&#8217;s not in your recipe files or on your table yet, it&#8217;s time to fix that, using delicious Locally Grown vegetables!</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Our adaptation from a recipe popularized by Hellmann's Mayonnaise many years ago
Servings: 4 cups
Ingredient keywords: vinegar, cabbage, carrots, green, onions
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Couscous and kale salad-to-go

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>The marinating effect of packing this and eating later is the key. You can substitute Napa cabbage for the kale too.</p>
Source: http://bistrokatie.com/
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: kale, carrot, herb
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Cream Cheese Filling

From Upstate Locally Grown Market

<p>Only 4 ingredients are needed to make this quick and creamy cream cheese filling. This recipe goes with Cream Cheese Braids</p> <p>Yield: about 2 1/2 cups</p> <p>Ann Huse presented me with a loaf of the Cream cheese Braids which use this filling. I don&#8217;t usually eat sweets, but&#8230;well&#8230;with the cream cheese, it doesn&#8217;t throw my hypoglycemia into a spin. What can I say? &#8220;To die for!&#8221;</p>
Source: Southern Living, DECEMBER 1997 via Ann Huse
Servings: Yeild: about 2 1/2 cups
Ingredient keywords: cream cheese, sugar or its equivalent, egg, vanilla
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Cream of Fresh Tomato Soup

From Suncoast Co-op

<p>When tomatoes are in season, this makes a great lunch soup with your favorite sandwich.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Louise Astbury - from the St. Francis by the Sea cookbook - Blue Hill Maine
Servings: Approximately 4 servings
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Cream Scones

From Northeast Georgia Locally Grown

<p>While traveling in Ireland we found this wonderful recipe, after moving into a mill, we tweaked it to make use of our own grains. Light and rich these scones are the best breakfast treat.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Sylvan Falls Mill
Servings: makes 12-16 scones
Ingredient keywords: rye, flour, butter, honey, fruit, cream
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