Whenever you are creating a fantastic meal or appetizer, and you want to use some onion, do you know which one or type to use? I don’t always know. So here is a useful graphic that may help you to decide which one to use. Personally, I usually pick a red onion or a honey sweet one. And that’s just a matter of personal preference. Maybe I should check this chart! Left-Click the graphic to enlarge it or to save it. To print it, use the print function at the end of the article. Cheers!.
It’s that time of year again! We move indoors THIS SATURDAY [2 Nov 2019] for our BFM Indoor Winter Market. For the next eight weeks we will be conveniently located at 1500 Shoreline Drive (the same location as the outdoor farmers market) in the Southeast [actually the Northeast] corner of the building.
The entrances to the building are in back, off of 14th Street, or on the River Street side off of Spa Street. There will be lots of signage.
Parking – Feel free to park on the summer farmers market footprint inside the fence. That is the closest parking. The fence will be gone soon, but it is still in place this week.
We have 55+ vendors this year! So many that ten of them are outside. Please support our food trucks, food vendors and brave souls who are outdoors as well as our indoor vendors! We will have a warming tent outside, also, with seating so you have a place to sit and eat.
The BFM Indoor Winter Market is Boise’s farmers market with a holiday twist. We will still have produce, protein and prepared foods and will also have locally made goods that make perfect gifts.
It’s just the right time to plan your local food holiday meals, also! You can order a turkey or your favorite cut of meat and we have all the ingredients, from sweet potatoes to cranberries to bread to salad mix, to help you create your delicious menu.
The BFM Indoor Winter Market will run for eight Saturdays
(November 2 – December 21)
and will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
See you there!
For more information, look at Boise Farmers Market Website
Fun time in the kitchen this past late summer. Mostly “playing” Chopped of the Kitchen: “These are the ingredients, make something edible!” In other words, mostly no recipe, just do it!
And let’s remember: The best ingredients are not processed ingredients, but rather go to your local Farmers Market. Visit your local fruit stand. You control what ingredients to use, not a major super market. Although, there are some really good super markets available, Just look at the ingredients and where the fruits and vegetables are grown, In My Not So Humble Opinion. Buy Local! Look at some of these meals. Enjoy, we did! Here is a link to Kelley’s Canyon Orchards for fantastic fruits. Look in the sidebar for more links to some fantastic produce and farm products.
You like Eggs Benedict? Look at these.
Grilled brisket? Or AirFryer goodies? Here was an awesome meals.
So there are some of our meals. We eat well and very good. Thank goodness for the Boise Farmers Market every weekend during the season. Be sure to check our recipe file above. It gets updated regularly. Cheers and Cook Your Own Meals – They’re better!