Let fresh bell peppers do all the talking in this simple stewed Peperonata recipe, that can be eaten with bread, pasta or on its own, hot or cold. This creamy and Indian spice inflected take on Roasted red pepper soup offers a delicious antidote to chilly nights and rainy spring days.
With rhubarb season in full swing, whip up this simple pairing of Roasted rhubarb and maple syrup or celebrate the delightful pastel hues of spring with this Pistachio and rhubarb pound cake.
Need a solution for a quick weeknight supper? Let seasonal asparagus play a starring role in this speedy Asparagus, goat cheese and lemon pasta or try it raw as a main salad ingredient in this Shaved asparagus salad with Parmesan dressing.
As if anyone needed an excuse to eat butter and market fresh bread, do as the French do and celebrate spring radishes in sandwich form, or try roasting and paring them with salad greens in this Fresh and Roasted Radish Salad with Sunny Lemon-Ginger Dressing.
Enjoy the market and happy eating!
Today's post is coming at you from one of our very lovely market volunteers, Dara Gellman! If you'd like to contribute your ideas, we would LOVE to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org any time!