A Monster Collection of Fresh Produce Recipes!

Without further ado, the winner of The Farmer's Kitchen giveaway is Kelli at Rancid Raves! Congratulations! I'll be reaching out to you later today to get your address.

And readers, we've got a monster collection of great fresh produce-based recipes that I've linked to and organized in today's post. I'm telling you: this is why I try to make my giveaways more than just giveaways. I want readers to get extra value while they participate, and today, we've got 25 brand new, delicious and reader-tested recipes to show for it. Enjoy!

Louisa from A Chiffonade of Parsley brought us:
1) Avocados and beets
2) Roasted vegetable sandwich
3) The best salad recipe
4) Spinach sauce for pasta
5) Brussels sprout colcannon

Jessica at Oh Cake shared:
6) Farmer's Market Pasta
7) Carrot and Walnut Risotto
8) Gluten-Free Stuffed Zucchini
9) Farmhouse Salad

K at My Old New House brought us:
10) Asparagus-barley "risotto"
11) Insanely cheap veggie soup
12) Roasted tomato pasta sauce
13) Colcannon

Kelli (our winner!) at Rancid Raves shared:
14) Pumpkin Curry
15) Black-eyed Peas with Spinach and Coconut Curry
16) Chicken Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Bake

Chacha at Ombailamos gave us:
17) Spiced Persimmon Chutney

Mary at Owlhaven shared:
18) Creole Cobb Salad
19) Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

Jen at A Kat's Life shared:
20) Oven Baked Zucchini Strips

Anthea at In the Night Kitchen brought us:
21) Rhubarb Pie

Kathy J gave us:
22) Avocado Yogurt Salad Dressing (or Dip)
23) Tomato Pie
24) Sun Gold Tomato Pasta

And last but not least! Janet C shared her:
25) Kachumber (East Indian vegetable salad) recipe

Finally, let me take a moment to thank Julia at Grow. Cook. Eat. and her co-author Brett Grohsgal for helping make this giveaway happen.

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Julia said...

Congrats, Kelli! I shipped out a book today. And I can't way to try your black-eyed peas with spinach and coconut curry. I have everything in the freezer or pantry.

Daniel said...

I couldn't agree more: we actually made that black eyed peas dish the other night (we substituted collard greens for the spinach) and it was exceptional. I'll be sharing my own version of that recipe once I've finished testing it!!

Thanks again to everyone for participating!


LK03 said...

Congratulations and thanks to Kelli! I also made that black-eyed-peas curry this week, and I actually have the last of the leftovers with me for lunch today. ;) Delicious, fairly quick, and easy. It will be going into my permanent recipe rotation.

I'll be looking forward to trying lots of the other recipes in this post as well. Thanks to all.

Jen Blacker said...

Congratulations Kelli!

There are tons of great recipes linked up, thank you for listing them. Time to get cooking!