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Cranberry – White Bean Stuffed Squash

White beans add a creaminess to the squash while cranberries give it a hit of color and tang. This makes a fine vegetarian entrée or a pretty side dish. This recipe comes from local cookbook author Beth Dooley from her recent segment on WCCO/CBS Minnesota, promoting the Farmers Markets of MPLS winter markets. Find local cookbooks, recipes and…  Read More

Roast Brussels Sprouts and Parsnips with Maple-Soy Glaze

Roasting sweetens these vegetables and the simple glaze adds an extra layer of flavor plus a little gloss. Serve hot or at room temperature. This recipe comes from local cookbook author Beth Dooley from her recent segment on WCCO/CBS Minnesota, promoting the Farmers Markets of MPLS winter markets. Find local cookbooks, recipes and sign up…  Read More

Gold Potatoes

Classic Mashed Potatoes & Mashed Potato Puffs

Who doesn’t love classic mashed potatoes. This straight-forward recipe comes together quickly. Enlist one of the younger cooks to use some elbow grease and mash like mad. If there are leftovers, try the potato puffs, below. This recipe comes from local cookbook author Beth Dooley from her recent segment on WCCO/CBS Minnesota, promoting the Farmers…  Read More

Chicken and sweet potato stew

Honey-Rosemary Glazed Hassleback Sweet Potatoes

This recipe comes from local cookbook author Beth Dooley from her recent segment on WCCO/CBS Minnesota, promoting the Farmers Markets of MPLS winter markets. This Swedish method of cooking potatoes gets its name from Hasselbacken, the restaurant in Stockholm where it was first served. The potatoes become crispy on the outside and tender within. Leftovers…  Read More

Preserve the Harvest

To celebrate National Farmers Market Week and the bountiful summer harvest, we’re sharing our canning and food preservation resources! Follow us on Instagram @millcityfarmersmarket August 2 – 8 for TWO giveaways of market produce and canning supplies and check out our recipes and resources below. With lots of us spending more hours in the kitchen…  Read More

Eat dinner, fund a greenhouse!

The Mill City Farmers Market’s Harvest Social benefit dinner is the local foodie event of the season, benefitting ‘healthy foods, local farmers.’ In just three weeks on Sunday, September 8th, the Mill City Farmers Market will be transformed from a vibrant marketplace full of farmers and thousands of grocery shoppers to a white tablecloth dinner,…  Read More

Garlicky Greens

Garlicky Greens

Seasoned with maple, vinegar and red pepper flakes, these greens are hot and sweet and great with our Gouda Grilled Cheese Sandwich or alongside scrambled eggs or pork chops from Sunshine Harvest Farm. Recipe from local cookbook authors Beth Dooley and Mette Nielsen’s Sweet Nature: A Cook’s Guide to Using Honey and Maple Syrup.

Squash Soup with Thai Spices

By Beth Dooley The squash for this soup is cooked until just tender and it isn’t pureed. Thai and Vietnamese flavors permeate the Heartland’s farmers markets and such spices work beautifully with our mild, earthly-sweet winter squash. Serves 4 to 6 Ingredients: 1 Tbsp vegetable oil 1 onion, finely chopped 1 celery stalk, finely chopped…  Read More

Roasted Parsnips recipe

Oven Roasted Parsnips

Though we think of parsnips as a fall vegetable, those that have been left to “over-winter” and harvested after the thaw, are sweetest. Pan roast them until their edges are caramelized and they’re tender. Serve as a side dish, mash with potatoes, or toss with greens.