Bourbon Glazed Pork Belly – the misunderstood cut

If you've never had pork belly or side meat, you are missing some of the best culinary delights. I was first introduced to this fantastic treat at Century House Tavern. Chef Daniel Porubiansky is a Master of this with his jack and coke pork belly over locally grown grits - pure heaven. And now, right here in Roswell Chef Mel Toledo of Foundation Social Eatery offers one of the best dishes I have ever had, a confit pork belly So now it's your turn to create with this flavorful cut. Think of it as the better, more intoxicating brother of bacon. Tangled Webb Farm will be ...

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Bourbon Glazed Pork Belly with Grapefruit Slaw

What’s better than pork belly, bourbon, and brown sugar to celebrate spring and summer, and the return of warm weather to our sunny state of Florida? Try this tasty recipe for your next Sunday supper. Serve with a fresh green salad, and Key Lime Pie for dessert!       Citrus Cured Pork Belly with Maple-Bourbon Glaze and Grapefruit Slaw Ingredients: • 1 Tbsp Coriander, ground • 1 Tbsp Fennel seeds, ground • ¼ tsp Allspice • 2 tsp Black pepper • 2 cups Kosher salt • 1 cup Brown sugar • 2 lb Pork belly • 1 Tbsp orange ...

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Summer Sweet Corn Chowder Demo

      Here is is in case you missed it! Chef Woolery Back from Table & Main shows you how to make his corn chowder! Here is the recipe and videos with step-by-step instructions! Video - Part 1   Part 2   Part 3   Part 4    Part 5    Part 6   Part 7   Part 8   Part 9 - Final

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Plant Pounding at the Market

We had such a great response to the demo of PLANT POUNDING we will surely do it again. In the meantime check out this brief video for the market last week.

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Entrepreneurial Success for Market Vendor

Hala Yassine on fulfilling her dream. One of the best things about a community farmers market is the opportunity to see small business owners succeed. Hard work, determination and passion, has helped Hala introduce high quality, locally baked products to North Fulton. Hala's Seven Sisters Scones is now expanding beyond just farmers markets to a brick and mortar location at the end of September.  This is a big step in the growth of an entrepreneurial company and one to be celebrated. As Seven Sisters Scones can testify gaining exposure, test marketing products, ...

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Changing Exercise Habits

Changing Exercise Habits Change in and of itself is a hard thing to deal with.  Most people do not like change too much. Staying status quo is so much easier on the mind and body.  There are studies out that show that people stay at jobs that they do not like just because they despise the thought of looking for another job, or going through a different routine. In times of change the most frequent reaction is to do nothing.  We feel that we are so out of sync because of the change that we cannot do anything of the things that we were doing in the past.   This ...

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Corn Salsa Recipe

Ingredients 4 ears corn, shucked 3 tomatillos, papery outer skin removed 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, drained and rinsed 2 cloves garlic, smashed and finely chopped 4 scallions, thinly sliced 1 jalapeno, seeded and chopped, optional 1/4 to 1/2 cup white vinegar 1/4 cup canola or olive oil Kosher salt 1/2 bunch cilantro, leaves roughly chopped Directions Preheat the grill to medium. Use a wire grill brush to loosen any crud or soot from the grate. Use an oiled side towel to remove any loosened crud. Put the corn and the tomatillos on the grill and ...

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How’s That Made?

CalyRoad Creamery Mozzarella Each week we want to share with you, the behind the scenes work that goes on to bring you your favorite products. From "Farm/Kitchen to Your Table" is often a long process. Whether in the planting & growing, creating culinary pleasures for you or in weeks and months of product development, but it's well worth the time to create high quality, locally made products. We hope to give you a greater connection to the Roswell a Farmers & Artisans Market and the wonderful people who work to make it a success.     See a ...

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Here We Grow Again

WE ARE GROWING! As interest & community involvement in the Roswell Farmers and Artisans market grows, so have we. Please visit the new and expanded "market avenue" in the shaded City Hall circle. Some familiar faces, some new and more art and community representatives. You never know who you may run into! Last week, Kirby stopped by from Keep Roswell Beautiful. Don't miss the new picnic seating area located here! Grab a cup of Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee, a refreshing lemonade or any of Paula Zzerts specialty refreshments, combined with a delicious assortment ...

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Life Imitates Art – Or Vice Versa

LIFE IMITATES ART - OR VICE VERSA Have you noticed the addition of new Arts & Crafts? We will be introducing you to some of Roswell's best. Stop by and watch them create works of art, learn about available classes at the Roswell Recreations and Parks facilities, or find that magical piece for yourself or as a very special gift. Our goal is to encourage our youngest market members to become involved. Let them learn how pottery is made or how an artists brush fills a canvas with color. A new interest or passion may be discovered! The City of Roswell has different ...

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