Roasted Cauliflower

Roasted Cauliflower


Ingredients
1 head Cauliflower, cut into florets
2-3 cloves Garlic, minced
Lemon Juice from ½ a lemon
Olive Oil
Salt & Pepper
Parmesan Cheese, grated

Directions
Preheat oven to 400°.

Toss Cauliflower and Garlic in a drizzle of olive oil and the lemon juice. Spread in a single layer on a baking sheet or dish. Sprinkle with Salt & Pepper.

Bake 25-30 min, uncovered, or until top is golden brown. Remove from oven and sprinkle with Parmesan Cheese. Serve.

Adapted from Simply Recipes
http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/roasted_cauliflower/

Wilted Lettuce Salad

Wilted Lettuce Salad


Ingredients

  • Leaf Lettuce
  • 1 bunch Green Onions, Chopped
  • 1 bunch Radishes, sliced
  • 4 slices Bacon
  • 1 Tbsp Mayonnaise
  • 1 Tbsp Sugar
  • 3 Tbsp Vinegar
  • Salt & Pepper

Directions
Mix Lettuce, Onions, and Radishes together in a bowl.

Fry Bacon, saving grease, and crumble. Sprinkle over lettuce mixture.

Mix together remaining ingredients in small bowl. Toss with Salad. Drizzle hot bacon grease over top to wilt lettuce. Serve immediately.

White Oak Valley Farm’s Summer Squash Pizza Crust

Address: 4153 Kincheloe Rd, Georgetown, OH 45121
Facebook site: Wittmeyer White Oak Valley Farm
Website: Wittmeyer White Oak Valley Farm on the Web
Vendor Since: 2010

Questions? Contact Terry Kiser at (513) 404-1238 or terrykiser1@yahoo.com.

Pre-Order Here: White Oak Valley Farm’s Summer Squash Pizza Crust 

Deadline for orders is THURSDAY at 9AM. Make sure you type in “Montgomery Farmers’ Market” for pickup location. Free local delivery with a $20 minimum order

These popular pizza crusts are a quick and health choice for dinner. They taste great on the grill and are especially good topped with garlic olive oil, fresh spinach and mozzarella cheese. Don’t forget the delicious zucchini cornbread and muffins.

About Us:
In 1853, Fred and Minnie Wittmeyer came to Anderson Township, Ohio from Wittenberg, Germany, and began farming the fertile soil of the area known as Clough Pike. The area today known as Clough Crossing and the subdivision known as Telegraph Hill were the first locations of the Wittmeyer farm market stand. Lawrence Wittmeyer moved his farm to Georgetown, Ohio, in the 1980s and his niece, Terry Kiser, has been working with him for many years.

Products We Sell:
We grow fresh vegetables for market—bush beans, lima beans, peppers, tomatoes, cabbages, cucumbers, melons, eggplant, zucchini, squash, and snap peas.
In addition, we bake a delicious Summer Squash Pizza Crust using our fresh vegetables!
The Summer Squash Pizza Crusts are completely baked, made with zucchini and squash from our farm and are a healthy choice for dinner. We love to top ours with garlic olive oil, fresh spinach, and mozzarella cheese.

Our Practices:
Weed control is only hand and mechanical cultivation, and we use no herbicides. We use mulches to slow down weed growth. We use drip irrigation with water harvested from guttered barns and White Oak Creek. We fertilize with organic compost/aged manures from neighboring farms. All plants are grown from seeds that we germinate in our hoophouse. We minimize spraying for insects and rarely do. When needed, we use organic sprays and insecticide soaps.

All of our baked goods and pizza crusts are made with vegetables we grow and from other local farms. We also bake with eggs purchased from a neighboring farm as often as we can.

Other Markets:

  • Blue Ash Farmers’ Market
  • O.O.F. Market at Summit Park in Blue Ash
  • WestSide Market

Tom’s Garden

Website: www.toms-garden.com
Vendor Since: 2015

About Us:
Tom’s Garden sprouted in 2010, although it first germinated 25 years ago. That’s when Tom planted his first peppers using cayenne, jalapeno, Hungarian hot wax and one new variety – a habanero. He first used the new habaneros as party snacks daring friends to try at weekend get-togethers. This progressed into canning, which led to many amusing memories of experimenting with friends and family.

After an unimaginable amount of recipes, trials and errors did Tom finally develop his favorite concoction, Tom’s Garden Man Sauce. Wary be to the uninitiated as Tom went seeking his final test…tears, sweat and screams of joy for his newly created sauce. Soon to follow was Tom’s Garden Woman Sauce for the more sensitive taste buds and the neophytes not yet acquainted with capsaicin. Not as intimidating as Man Sauce, it offers an exciting flavor to the jalapeno-base pepper sauce. Tom’s Garden dedication to flavor and taste and determination to use only the freshest peppers and highest quality ingredients drives his intensity toward his number one concern…customer satisfaction.

Products We Sell:
Hot sauces—mild and hot; jalapeno mustard, habanero dry rub.

Other Markets:
Blue Ash

T S Farms

11061 Careytown Rd
New Vienna, OH 45159
Website: T_S Farms Web Facebook: T S Farms
Vendor Since: 2010
Email: ts5farms@yahoo.com

Pre-Order:
Order here:
T_S Farms
Deadline for orders is FRIDAY at 10AM. 

About Us:
Tiffany and Tim Shinkle went from hobby farming to full time farming in 2007, when Tim lost his job at DHL. This allowed Tim to fulfill his dream to live off of their land in New Vienna, Ohio. Their three daughters Traci, Tara, and Tessa are very instrumental in the daily operations of the farm. They utilize about 150 acres in 7 locations. They started with a cow and goat herd share program, and quickly expanded to meet local demand for eggs, beef, lamb, chicken and pork. They also raise duck, quail, goat, and turkeys. All of their animals are pasture raised: no hormones, steroids, antibiotics, are used. They use essential oils and holistic practices to care for their animals. In 2012 they started their own feed business, TS Naturals, due to a lack in supply of non gmo animal feeds. All of their feeds are made with non gmo grains grown locally and organic mineral supplements. They do sell feed to the public.

Products We Sell:
Our family offers all cuts of beef, pork, chicken, lamb, eggs, goats milk soaps, maple syrup, jams/jellies and raw milk herd shares. Our animals are raised using regenerative agriculture practices. We rotate our animals from one field to the next working to improve soil health, increasing biodiversity and enhancing the ecosystem. We do not use hormones, steroids or antibiotics.. Jam and jellies, free range chicken eggs, quail eggs, pasture raised beef, pastured hog (bacon, seasoned sausage flavors, chops, roasts, ribs, etc.), goat and lamb meat (also pasture raised), pasture raised chicken in various cuts, locally produce maple syrup, hot sausage sandwiches made with Blue Oven bread, whole rabbit, whole duck, whole turkey, ground turkey, turkey breast and wings.

Our Practices:
All animals are pasture raised with no hormones or antibiotics.  All animals are fed non-GMO grains.  No use of pesticides or chemicals on the pasture.

Other Markets:

  • Madeira
  • Pipkins Market
  • Ohio Valley Food Connection

Summuh Hummus

10764 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Email: fondlunchdeli@outlook.com
Website: www.fondlunchdeli.com
Vendor Since: 2014

Products We Sell:
Artisan-made hummus from organic ingredients, local and fresh whenever possible, in new, creative flavors as well as traditional ones.

Our Practices:
We always use organic, local ingredients when available.

Where Else to Find Us:

  • Hyde Park
  • Fond Lunch & Deli

Salatin’s Orchard

Address: 10514 Chesterville Rd, Moores Hill, IN 47032
Facebook siteSalatin’s Orchard
Vendor Since: 2010

Pre-Orders: Order by clicking “Salatins Orchard” to go to our Facebook page and contacting us via Messenger. Deadline for orders is THURSDAYS.

Questions? Contact Richard Salatin at (812)577-6017 or Angela Kendall at (812)584-4794 or rsalatin@seidata.com

About Us:
Located in the rolling hills of Southeastern Indiana Salatin’s Orchard is here to provide you with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. With top quality produce that has all the flavor lacking in produce from large chain stores.

Products We Sell:
Apples, peaches, pears, plums, apricots, cherries (sweet & tart), beans (green, yellow, long, and runners), tomatoes, cucumbers (slicing, pickling, and English), lettuce, radishes, bunch onions, greens (kale, mustard, collards), peppers (sweet & hot), flowers, concord grapes, potatoes, eggplant, snap peas, watermelon (red & yellow), cantaloupe, bitter melon, berries (red & black raspberries, blackberries, currants) corn (sweet, popcorn, indian, broom), swiss chard, turnips, squash (summer & fall), pumpkins (all sizes), groups, garlic, cabbage, beets, herbs, kohlrabi, spinach, apple cider.

Our Practices:
All tree fruit is sprayed.  Melons, tomatoes, peppers, beans, onions, potatoes, turnips, lettuce, herbs, squash, chard, cucumber, berries, and egg plant are NOT sprayed.

Other Markets:

  • Loveland
  • Batesville

Rice Family Harvest

Websitewww.ricefamilyharvest.com
Phone: 513-616-6712
Vendor Since: 2012

Pre-Orders: Rice Family Harvest is no longer accepting pre-orders. Come to the Montgomery Farmers’ Market to get your fresh produce!

Questions? Contact Nancy Rice at (513) 616-6712 or TheFarm@ricefamilyharvest.com

About Us:
Rice Family Harvest is truly a labor of love: love for the land, love of farming, and love of fresh quality produce. Situated on 34 beautiful acres in Oregonia Ohio, we serve as a community provider of the freshest foods of each season. We and our family work very hard to bring you and your family the freshest fruits and vegetables of each season. Our goal is to bring our customers the feel of the warm earth and the sweet crisp taste of flavor locally grown with care in every bite.

With our diverse selection of fruits and vegetables, we and our family work hard to be a favorite to all lovers of fresh, local produce. We strive to bring to your family’s table all the sweet tastes you crave – mouth- watering sweet corn, crunchy fresh picked apples, juicy peaches and all the other garden tastes you anticipate each year!

Products We Sell:
Spring garden plants and produce including asparagus, spinach, lettuces, sugar snap peas and strawberries.   Summer brings lots of fruits including blueberries, peaches, plums, watermelon, cantaloupes and sugar cubes,  All the mouthwatering summer favorites from tomatoes and sweet corn to zucchini, squash, green beans,  cucumbers, sweet onions, lots of pepper varieties and more.   Fall favorites include lots of apple varieties, spaghetti and butternut squash, potatoes and our own fresh squeezed apple cider.

Our Practices:
At Rice Family Harvest we take seriously our responsibility to provide clean safe fruits and vegetables, while being a careful protector of the environment. Our family enjoys this produce too, so we are constantly researching and working with the Ohio State Extension and Conservation offices to use the best methods of integrated pest management without pesticides. Environmentally and health-friendly products that target pests at specific stages of development and pheromones that confuse insect mating cycles are examples of ways we can grow “gently.” We consistently follow organic practices and treat with items approved for organic growers.

Other Markets:

  • Loveland
  • Oakwood