Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Public Market, January 12, 2008

This post is also for:


The What's For Lunch Honey blog event: Eat Fresh-Wonderful Winter
A look at fresh, seasonal haul around the world (in progress)


The Haul: pita chips, leek, broccoli, carrots, small spaghetti squash, sweet potato, chocolate-dipped sandwich cookies, rhubarb hand pie, pistachios, Brussels sprouts, lemons, shallot, garlic, gingerbread cookies! Fixings for the week's meals and the next day's SAS party (photos to follow).
1.12.08 public market haul

Nina's Place's delicious jambalaya (seafood risotto, Creole style!)--had a nice heat to its soft texture, has a flowing and not overwhelming tomatoey taste, and is spiked with seafood and sausage.
Nina's Place jambalaya

Jan's rhubarb pie--Crisco crust filled with a tart and tasty rhubarb filling, and air
Jan's rhubarb hand pie


602 Chocolates
602 Chocolates

Rich, dark chocolate over buttery, chocolatey shortbread sandwich cookies
602 Chocolates

Bread Basket Bakery gingerbread--tender and spicy!
Bread Basket Bakery gingerbread cookies

Doctor Hummus pita chips


The actual chips--tasty, crispy, crunchy, not too salty--perfect vehicle for hummus. in this case, I served them with white tepary bean hummus.
Doc Hummus pita chips

Fistiki Farms pistachios, which I plan to add to quick bread (maybe, time willing)--either way, for as many times as I've wished I'd had them on hand, it's good to know I have them in my pantry now!
nuts!

One Windmill Farm
One Windmill Farm, spring mix

One Windmill Farm veggies

For a further look at what else the Arizona desert farms are harvesting and what I've been doing with it, take a look at other market posts.

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