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Market Recipes

It's Soup Season!

It's Soup Season!

5 min read

Anyone else craving soup with all the cool damp days we’ve been having?! Soup is a favourite meal of mine and my family so this week I’m featuring a few that are not only easy but also use at least one of the vegetables in this week’s crate. This week’s crate contains many soup essentials!
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Buttercup Squash!

Buttercup Squash!

8 min read

Buttercup Squash was initially discovered as a chance seedling and was bred to be an alternative for sweet potatoes in culinary dishes. It is believed to have been cultivated by the Incas and are thought to have been eaten in the Americas over 5,000 years ago!
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Habaneros - the hottest edible chili!

Habaneros - the hottest edible chili!

6 min read

Fun Fact: Colour is not an indication of the heat intensity of Habanero Chili Peppers. The heat will vary from pepper to pepper. Handle with Care You may wish to wear gloves and goggles when handling and slicing the pepper as the capsaicin can irritate the skin and eyes.
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Delicious Daikon Radish!

Delicious Daikon Radish!

7 min read

Fun Fact: Daikon radishes are one of the most cultivated vegetables in Japan and are viewed as a purifying food to detox the body and stimulate digestion.
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Cooking with Fresh Dill!

Cooking with Fresh Dill!

6 min read

Fun Fact: The name dill comes from the old English word dilla, meaning “to lull” because it has been used to soothe stomach pain, colic in babies, and other ailments.
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Recipes to be Thankful for!

Recipes to be Thankful for!

5 min read

With many of you preparing Thanksgiving meals this weekend to share with friends and family I decided to share some easy vegetable side dishes that make the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving Feast.
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Cooking with Pie Pumpkins!

Cooking with Pie Pumpkins!

6 min read

Fun Fact: The word "pumpkin" showed up for the first time in the fairy tale Cinderella. A French explorer in 1584 first called them "gros melons," which was translated into English as "pompions," according to History. It wasn't until the 17th century that they were first referred to as pumpkins.
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Easy Fall Favourites!

Easy Fall Favourites!

5 min read

With the fall equinox and the first day of autumn arriving tomorrow, Saturday, September 23, 2023, at 02:50 A.M. EDT in the Northern Hemisphere. I decided to focus this week’s blog on some easy and delicious fall recipes featuring this week’s box items. 
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