4th of July grilling is traditional for a reason: it comes at a time when fresh vegetables are in abundance and families can more easily spend time with one another. Check out Food Network's recipe for healthy and flavorful grilled vegetables; it uses seasonal produce at the market, such as bell peppers, squash, zucchini, mushrooms, and green onions. If you want to learn more tips for a healthier or lighter Independence Day meal, read this article.
Several of our vendors have begun to bring broccoli to the market, and one of our favorite ways to use broccoli is in a hearty stir fry. Paired with a creamy peanut sauce and warm noodles, this is the perfect summer comfort dish packed full of protein. So grab some green onions and broccoli at the market (make sure to wash them thoroughly!), and impress family and friends with this fun dish. Click the photo below for the recipe.
Swiss Chard is packed with vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, iron, and potassium -- and it's in season at the Farmer's Market! Come buy this beautiful, colorful vegetable and add it to your daily meals.
While green smoothies may seem intimidating, they are a great way to add a serving of vegetables to a fruity drink. Feel free to substitute any form of greens for kale -- the pineapple and banana will mask the taste.
Cucumbers are in season from June until mid-September. Packed with health benefits from reducing cancer risks to increased hydration, make this refreshing dish all summer long!
Pop this four-ingredient dish into the oven on a weeknight for a quick dinner complete with cabbage from the Letcher County Farmer's Market!