Market Recipes

Celebration Squash

Celebration Squash

This squash is not only known for its deliciousness but also for its appearance in Fall Home décor & can often be found in centrepieces!
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Yellow Beans

Yellow Beans

Yellow Wax beans are nearly identical to Green beans in all aspects except for color (they lack chlorophyll, the compound that gives green beans their hue).
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Spaghetti Squash - Vegetable-Spaghetti

Spaghetti Squash - Vegetable-Spaghetti

Spaghetti squash is best known for its unique flesh that separates into long, translucent strings that resemble angel hair pasta.
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Sweet Potato Squash

Sweet Potato Squash

First introduced in the late 1800s but fell out of favor during the Great Depression because of its susceptibility to disease, as well as low yield and short shelf life. At the end of the 20th century, a disease-resistant squash made its way into the market, and has regained popularity since.
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Red Cabbage - One of the Oldest Vegetables in Existence

Red Cabbage - One of the Oldest Vegetables in Existence

Red cabbage normally turns pale blue as soon as it’s heated. To hold its lively red colour throughout cooking, add some vinegar or lemon juice, or cook the vegetable along with acidic ingredients such as apples or wine.
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Hot Cherry Bomb Peppers - Ad a little heat to your Labour Day BBQ

Hot Cherry Bomb Peppers - Ad a little heat to your Labour Day BBQ

They have a medium heat and a sweet taste; the thick flesh has a sweet flavor that imparts little to no heat. But as the name suggests, your mouth is in for an explosion of heat if you eat the seeds.
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Green Tomatoes

Green Tomatoes

The first published recipe for fried green tomatoes was printed in Chicago’s “The Daily ter Ocean” in 1877. Around the same time, other publications began to promote the Green tomato, giving gardeners a use for what was formerly considered waste
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Sweet Corn… a summer favourite!

Sweet Corn… a summer favourite!

The tallest sweet corn plant on record measured 10.74 m. That’s nearly 3 floors high. It was grown by Jason Karl in Costa Rica in 2011.
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