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RECIPES

Our recipes page is a great place for everyone to share recipes using items purchased from the Statesboro Market2Go. The above items and photos were made by Justin at Anthony’s Roots and Jimmy at Scratch Made Catering using items available at the market.

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Strawberry and goat cheese salad

Field greens could be spinach or arugula, or any other of your favorites.


Vegetarian!
Source: Georgia Market Bulletin (Entered by Market Manager)
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: greens, strawberries, pecans, cheese, dressing
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Scalloped Greens

This is a great recipe even for the non green eaters in your house! It is good for a buffet or a large family meal. Lots of great products from our market are used in this dish.


Vegetarian!
Source: Southern Living Magazine (Entered by debra chester)
Servings: 15
Ingredient keywords: greens, turnip, water, flour, onion, garlic, milk, milk, eggs, salt, pepper, cheese, cheese, bread, butter
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Fresh Corn Cakes

This is a wonderful way to use the fresh corn coming in as a different side dish/bread/vegetable. When you get tired of corn on the cob (imagine that EVER happening with the delicious corn we have at the market!!) you can scrape some off and try out this recipe…everyone seems to love it! You can purchase the corn, eggs, milk, butter, flour, cornmeal, peppers and cheese at the Main Street Farmers Market!


Vegetarian!
Source: Southern Living 2008 with a touch or two from me! (Entered by debra chester)
Servings: Makes about 3 dozen
Ingredient keywords: corn, eggs, milk, butter, flour, cornmeal, cheese, pepper
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Cheesy Popcorn Bread

Many people use popcorn as a substitute for croutons in soups and salad. But did you know that you can use popcorn as an ingredient? Besides boosting the whole-grain power of this versatile side dish, the ground popcorn used here adds texture and interest and helps to create a light and airy corn bread.

Use a well-buttered cast iron skillet for best results.


Vegetarian!
Source: Adapted from The Washington Post (Entered by Market Manager)
Servings: Makes one pan
Ingredient keywords: popcorn, cornmeal, egg, milk, butter, cheese, pepper
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