A dash of local for every season
Raspberry Breakfast Rolls
Cinnamon Apple Bread
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
Hasselback Tomato Caprese
Black Balsamic Glazed Chicken
Autumn Pork Stew
Broccoli Cheese Soup
Crispy Cheddar Cauli-Tots
Honey Lemon Chia Seed Muffins
Sriracha Brussel Sprouts
Cheesy Butternut Squash Pasta
Spinnach and Spaghetti Squash Dip
Fried Morel Mushrooms
Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato Wedges
Cherry Vanilla Muffins
Carrot Apple Bread
Raspberry Breakfast RollsThis delicious breakfast item is another way to prepare raspberries. A healthy alternative to the cinnamon roll. It can be a unique change to the breakfast in the summer season in the Midwest that supports the local farms by purchasing local raspberries.
Cinnamon Apple BreadA more inventive way to eat the apples that we love. Apple orchards are very popular in the midwest. Why not consider eating apples in a different way. This is just another way to keep the doctor away.
Peach TeaPeach tea is a new way to implement peach into your summer diet. Refreshing and not as many calories as a peach cobbler. Try to use local peaches to help the local businesses. The rest can be bought from a store where the products are imported from outside of the local range.
THE BARMy friend's mom made these for us all of the time. A good majority of the ingredients can not be found local, but the honey can. The honey makes all of the difference in these bars. They are fantastic.
Black Balsamic Glazed ChickenThe blackberries can be purchased from a local farmers market in the summer season. The Chicken can also be purchased from a local farm. The other ingredients are more likely to be imported from other countries. The balsamic vinegar could be purchases locally, depending on your resources.
Autumn Pork StewAhh pumpkin... it inspires a rich, seasonal comfort deep within one's soul. Its earthy taste and bold character provide body and fullness to the dish.
Broccoli Cheese SoupBroccoli and cheddar soup is an option when wanting to make a great meal that serves many. It is easy to make and is delicious to eat. Some of the ingredients can be bought from a local farmers: onion, garlic and broccoli. It is a great way for supporting our local and global food system while enjoying a yummy meal.
Crispy Cheddar Cauli-TotsA new way to introduce cauliflower into a meal. The cauliflower and eggs can be purchased from local businesses.
Honey Lemon Chia Seed MuffinsHoney can be purchased locally while the others must be purchased form sources on the global level. This is a great muffin to have to start your day in the fall. As the days get longer it will give you a nice refreshing meal to start the day.
Sriracha Brussel SproutsA new way to tie sriracha sauce into your meals. Brussel Sprouts are prevalent in the winter months in the Midwest portion of the United States. Brussel Sprouts are great and this is another great idea of how they can be served.
Spinnach and Spaghetti Squash DipNeed a good appetizer to spruce things up? This dip is very similar to spinach and artichoke dip but is a way to incorporate lots of squash that tends to be consumed in the winter months.
Fried Morel MushroomsMorel mushrooms have been my favorite mushrooms for many years now. They naturally grow in the spring season in the midwest portion of the United States. This recipe is the way that my parents have cooked the mushroom. I will probably also cook them this way.
Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato WedgesA great addition to the meal. Potatoes can be purchases local whole the other ingredients must be imported into our country. This is a healthy and new alternative to east potatoes. It is a scrumptious side that can be paired with many meals.
Cherry Vanilla MuffinsA new way to bake with cherries. This would be a yummy breakfast to start the day. A good grab and go idea that is different than eating just read cherries in the spring season. The cherries can be bright locally buy most everything else will need to be imported from other countries.
Beet ChipsSubstitute the regular potato chips for beet chips. Beets are very good for you and this is a new way to prepare them as not the main course of the meal but a side.
Carrot Apple BreadThis bread is a new way to implement carrots more into your daily diet. Carrots are very good for human health and can be grown in this type of temperature. The bread is a new way to consume carrot without really knowing it. Ha
Carrot CakeCarrot cake can be made very well or not so well. This is an often misyliiked substitution for eating raw carrots. Carrots can be grown locally and have a wide number f health benefits. They are important to helping human health.
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This cookbook was made to help customers unitize the food grown locally as well as the food imported from other locations to create the best dish possible. Each recipe highlights seasonal produce of the midwest and all of the other important ingredients to make the meal. This book is here to help people discover new ways to prepare and consume the local produce. These recipes are from multiple sources. I want to share the recipes in a new light to show the importance of supporting the local produce businesses as well as the ones mass producing on a global scale. Both are needed to create the best food.