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2015 Harvest Fest

 

 

Common questions I get at the Lake Superior Harvest Festival (this Saturday at Bayfront Park in Duluth, 10 am – 4 pm) include “What is celeriac?” “What do you do with eggplant?” “What are poblano peppers?” and so forth. To make things easier this year, I thought I’d post a few recommended recipes here to point folks to.

Creamy Celeriac Soup

Roasted Celery Root, Red Onions, Mushrooms, and Sage

Creamy Baked Leeks

Roasted Poblano Salsa

Roasted Jalapeno Poppers

Baba Ganouj (Eggplant Dip)

Roasted Beet Pesto

Cayenne Pepper Recipe Collection

momcarrotsNormally, my parents would be helping me get ready for the Fest, but my mom is recovering from a recent surgery, so they’re at home in western Iowa. I’m happy to report that she’s doing great.

I have very good help here, but I’ve just been thinking of all the bunching, bagging, and washing my mom has done for me in the past — thanks, Mom!

See the rest of you at the Fest.

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Today we say good-bye to our 4 piggies. They’ve been good company.

I’m way behind on photo posting; here’s what’s been happening at Stone’s Throw Farm (below).

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HarvestFestPosterDon’t miss the FREE Lake Superior Harvest Festival this Saturday, September 6, at Bayfront Festival Park. It’s the 21st annual showcase of the Lake Superior Sustainable Farming Association, and the crew from Stone’s Throw Farm will be at the farmers market from 10 am-4 pm selling produce. This year, the festivities run into the evening as well thanks to a collaboration with the Twin Ports Bridge Festival. Parking is free from 10-4, too. 

See you there!

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Duluthians, don’t forget to stop by the Harvest Festival at Bayfront Festival Park tomorrow (Saturday) from 11-5 pm. I’m headed back to the farm in a few minutes to do some of that harvesting stuff. If you can’t make it to the event, get that festival feeling by viewing photos from last year’s fest, all by Michael K. Anderson, our friendly neighborhood photographer.

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