MELT – INNOVATION
It features goat milk from Left Foot Farm, delicious goat and sheep milk cheeses, and locally farmed dried tomatoes and spinach.
The delicious sun-drenched flavors of the Mediterranean are the inspiration for this “no moo” MeltMac. Made with real Greek Kasseri, Mizithra, a ‘ewe’-phoric Gouda, Kalamata olives, dried tomatoes and spinach; one bite will transport you to the beaches of the Greek Islands. Kali Orexi! If some of these ingredients are new to you, stop by to ask for a taste and explanation of all of those wonderful names.
HAMA HAMA SPOT PRAWNS
NOW THIS NEEDS LITTLE EXPLAINING
Better get these wild-caught prawns while they are here at Ballard Farmers Market. We never know when or how long they’ll be available. A delicate and unique flavor treat, easy to prepare, and absolutely delicious.
EASY RECIPE FOR SPOT PRAWNS DINNER: Start a 2-4 quart pan of heavily salted water to boil.
Wash and trim off tough ends of one bunch Asparagus,
Smash Garlic cloves (as many as you think you’ll like),
Coat a pretty large pan with a good dash of olive oil, add smashed garlic and gradually bring heat up to medium-high.
Wash prawns in fresh, cold water as the fry pan gets hot, pat-dry prawns.
When water is boiling fast, add Pasteria Lucchese’s Tagliatelli, (or any favorite pasta). Stir pasta as water starts to show bubbles again.
Add spears of asparagus or bok choy into the water as the pasta finishes.
This is when you need to watch all the cooking pots because it takes only a short time for everything to be cooked perfectly.
Add prawns into garlic saute pan, stir until they turn red, it will be just a few minutes.
Use tongs to remove veggies from pasta, drain pasta by pouring through a colander. Plate pasta, pour spot prawns over pasta, including the garlic-oil, add asparagus. Serve and get rave reviews.
NOTE: When eating everybody should use their fingers and tongues. Lick the prawns for a great flavor burst, then peel the prawns, bite, eat pasta, eat vegetables, enjoy.
ANNOUNCING BIKE RACKS
Cascade Bicycle Club has worked to develop a bike rack valet parking program for the community of Ballard Farmers Market. It will be premiered this Sunday. Come by the market and check it out.
We are so excited to be able to offer a safe place at the market for all our biking friends to stash their bikes while they shop at the market. Thanks go to Cascade Bicycle Club for thinking of Ballard Farmers Market as the place for this and for their generous donation of time and efforts to make it happen. And we want to give a shout out to Second Ascent for providing the storage of the bike rack during the week. The support from this neighborhood is so awesome.