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Hutten Family Farm Newsletter for Tuesday Jul 3, 2012
Here's another recipe for you from Selah, she actually sent it last week when it was raining. They are calling for a little more rain this week and there are strawberries coming in your box tomorrow!
Selah R. Koile
Registered Holistic Nutrition Consultant2356 Agricola, Halifax, NS, B3K 4B6
Rainy Morning Strawberries with Herbes de Province
I woke up this morning with
the delicate pitter-patter of raindrops on the window and imagined Ted dancing
gleefully in his fields. The perfume of thyme and lavender, fresh and wet,
wafted in through the kitchen window as I sleepily pulled out a box of Tedís
strawberries. I ate half the box then chopped up the rest and dressed them as
- ľ C. Vegetable Oil
- 1Tbsp. Blueberry vinegar (from Boates - sold at
Local Source, or the Seaport Farmerís Market)
- 1Tbsp. Maple syrup
- Ĺ tsp. Green peppercorns (freshly ground)
- pinch sea salt
the ingredients by whisking together with a fork.
From the garden I chose what
seemed fragrant and eager to be picked.
- 4-5 lavender buds
- Chive flowers
- And if I had roses in my garden, I would have
plucked them too
Chop the herbs finely and
add them to the vinaigrette. Cover the strawberries with the mixture and let it
all mingle for a few hours before eating it with a barbequed white fish.
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