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By: The Left Over Queen » Blog Archive » Cooking with Anna: Involtini e Melenzane

Wed, 04 Jun 2008 14:54:38 +0000

[...] the meat a lighter taste and she just likes it better that way! We ate these involtini with my Pap’s Potatoes and Swiss Chard. [...]



By: The Left Over Queen » Blog Archive » To Market, To Market A Food Blogging Event

Wed, 27 Feb 2008 14:53:37 +0000

[...] One of our favorite veggies to get is Swiss Chard – because we love making my Pap Pap’s Swiss Chard & Potatoes recipe. [...]



By: The Left Over Queen » Blog Archive » Season of Soups: Recipe: Lamb Stew

Thu, 31 Jan 2008 17:22:09 +0000

[...] is a Leftover Queen classic! Remember all those greens from the Farmer’s Market several week [...]



By: The Leftover Queen

Wed, 16 Jan 2008 17:22:28 +0000

Thanks Cris! I appreciate it!



By: Cris

Wed, 16 Jan 2008 17:18:20 +0000

Wonderful, I just love the way you can make a delicious meal with simple and nutritious ingredients.



By: The Leftover Queen

Tue, 15 Jan 2008 18:45:00 +0000

Thanks Marie! I am a big promoter of simple rustic dishes! Thank you so much Toni! Big thumbs up to Roberto who does all my photography, well I should say most, recently. I was worried that my photographs were going to suffer after he recently started working on some web design projects away from home and has abandoned me to figure out some shots for myself. LOL! Our farmer's market is only on Saturdays.



By: Toni

Tue, 15 Jan 2008 06:08:50 +0000

Jenn, your photos are FANTASTIC! And the dish you made is right up my alley - simple, tasty and uses fresh veggies - yummm! We have a pretty good farmer's market here on Sundays. Only Sundays.



By: Marie

Mon, 14 Jan 2008 21:29:53 +0000

Wonderful, simple food thats the best kind!! Your photo looks delicious!!!



By: The Leftover Queen

Mon, 14 Jan 2008 19:33:51 +0000

Hi Everyone! Thanks for yourcomments...I have been sick all weekend, but am on the mend, so I will hopefully be back to posting tomorrow. Napping is in order for right now! Hi Jamie! I hope you like the recipe. It is very good. Hey limited farmer's market is way better than none! So enjoy it while you can! Hi Katie! It does feel a bit like heaven! :) Hey Ivy! You said it! There really is nothing better. Hope you enjoy the recipe! Hi Jen! I loved the CSA when I had a share - I lovd figuring out what to do with turnips, rutabagas and pumpkins! Thanks Laurie! Yes, I have been gifted with good fingernails! LOL! I love making new creations! Hi Kathy! I am sure it will be delicious with spinach! Hi Kat, well that is good. Local and in season no matter where you get it - market, supermarket, etc. Thanks Maryann! Thanks Valli! mmmm...Market tomatoes are so good! I think it is hard to have year round farmer's markets when it gets cold for 1/2 the year... Thanks Nuria! Yep markets rock! Thanks so much Karen! Let me know how the recipe turns out for you! That is the biggest lemon I have ever seen! :) Hi Greg! Yes, that chard sure was delicious! I put some in the freezer to enjoy later! I know Heather, that chard I got was really monstrous! Yeah, I guess sunlight plays a MAJOR part in the production of veggies, huh?! :) Wow Katy! That is awesome that you went to Babbo! Next time you will have to go JUST for dessert!:) Thanks, Truffle! Hi Windy - yes, it can be expensive especially when you are not getting it directly from the farmer's themselves, which is why I am so in love with my farmer's market. I have never heard of getting 5 lemons for 2 dollars - plus the ones I got were HUGE! I spent less than $20 and fed me and Roberto for a whole week. Thanks so much Meg! I love writing about my Grandfather - he was such an inspiration! Hi Sylvia! Thanks! I hope he would be proud of my adaptations. Wow Jaden! That is the total opposite of my experience! I couldn't believe how inexpensive, how much quantity and how beautiful the products I got were. I'm glad I live in St. Augustine! ;) Hi Meg! Yeah, it is really good comfort food, huh? Hi Happy Cook! That is great! I love the farmer's market too.



By: Happy Cook

Mon, 14 Jan 2008 16:24:59 +0000

Isn't it great to have a farmers market where you live. Hee in my place we have twice a week on wenesday and saturday.



By: Meg

Mon, 14 Jan 2008 15:58:35 +0000

I have a similar recipe from my grandfather's family and I looooooove it. This looks fantastic!



By: Food blog roundup: resolutions and lots of comfort food | MyKitchenFinder

Mon, 14 Jan 2008 15:50:00 +0000

[...] Jenn at The Left Over Queen is waxing lyrical about the joys of seasonal eating and the discovery of a good local farmers’ market. [...]