Harvest Notes for October 30th – BET

Many good ideas in this week’s Harvest Notes – don’t forget to share yours so we can include them in the end-of-year recipes booklet.

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The farmers think we will get broccoli, kale, or cabbage; carrots; onions; parsley; potatoes; radishes; salad mix; turnips; and winter squash.  Many of these can go into a nice winter salad, and if you are worried about vampires shake up an easy vinaigrette of 1/3 vinegar, 2/3 oil; one or two spoonfuls of maple syrup;  and two cloves of garlic, minced.  There is actually a disease that may have led to the myth of vampires, and sufferers are sensitive to garlic and sunlight.  Or you can roast the root vegetables together, and remember that if the recipe calls for something you don’t have, just substitute something else.

Roasted Root Vegetables - the Food Network's recipe is easy and can be done ahead of time.

Roasted Root Vegetables – the Food Network’s recipe is easy and can be done in advance.  Substitute vegetables you have for ones in the recipe – turnips for parsnips, for example.

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