Monthly Archives: October 2010

Monthly Archives: October 2010

Mission Community Market goes Boom! In San Francisco Magazine

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Mission Community Market in San Francisco Magazine

Spaghetti in a Cream Sauce with Chilies and Spinach

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This easy dish really is testament to the fact that if you keep your refrigerator stocked with a few high quality, fresh ingredients, throwing a delicious dinner together can be a snap. Pick up some fresh chilies (poblanos, jalapeƱo, chilaca–whatever you like) at the MCM’s Blue House Farm booth. Grab a little fresh spinach and a bulb of garlic from Happy Boy Farms and some chicken breasts or fresh sausage links from the Mission Market’s Fish and Poultry counter right …

Vegan Persimmon Bread

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Fresh persimmons (like the ones from Arata Farms) can be somewhat mystifying and even a little intimidating if you’re new to them. Firm on the outside with a tender flesh, they look like an orange tomato but have a taste that is sweet, rich and satisfying. In this easy, vegan quick-bread recipe (adapted from this one from Fat Free Vegan), persimmons get the banana bread treatment. The bread is moist and sweet enough without it, but if you’re craving icing, …

Strawberry Season is Still Here…

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…but not for long! Make the most of these sweet jewels before the season is over next month by hitting up Yerena Farms today at the MCM and picking up some gorgeous red strawberries! They’re wonderful in salads, as a healthy snack or in desserts. Speaking of desserts, we want to give this one from Smitten Kitchen a try. Yum.

Roasted Almond Butter

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The multitude of raw, roasted and flavored nuts from Winters Fruit Tree is astounding. Nuts contain heart-healthy fats, antioxidants, fiber and protein, making them an excellent snack choice, salad topper, cookie add-in…and so much more. Yet another way to enjoy nuts is to puree them into a fresh nut butter. A great alternative to peanut butter (not to mention an excellent choice for those allergic to peanuts), this nut butter is nut butter is delicious spread on toast, with jam, …