From the Farm to the Table

Saturday Mornings=Marion Square’s Farmers Market.

From 8am-2pm, all the local farms come and set up booths in downtown Charleston and I love it!

This past Saturday I met my friend Harleston out there and we got homemade pastas, squash and zucchini patty tops, tomatoes, onions, herb goat cheese, fresh okra, corn,- you name it. I had never seen patty top S&Z before, but they look like this:

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When we got back to my house we got to cooking! We cut the patty tops in half, scooped out the insides, boiled them, stuffed them, and then baked them. YUUUM. In the sqush we put basil couscous, tomato, onion, and feta cheese. It came out very pretty.

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In the zucchini, we loaded it with venison and melted mozzarella on top. I had never had venison before and it was delicious. (Zucchini patty on the left got a little too tender, but still tasted amazing!)

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There’s something about getting your food outside at a farmers market that just feels right!

Until next time 🙂

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One thought on “From the Farm to the Table

  1. Mr. Crockpot is gonna be jealous of your frying pan and oven. Looks yummy. Come winter try Bambi meat in a stew. Also excellent. Have you tried anything with acorn squash? Cheers, Aunt Anne

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