Monthly Archives: April 2011

Fava Bean Tops

Farmers have secret treasures that they share sometimes, if you’re lucky!  Raise your hand if you knew that fava bean shoots, tender young leaves, and blossoms are not only palatable, but delicious…. Farmers Tom and Patrice DeNoble, of DeNoble’s Farm, … Continue reading

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Fiddlehead Ferns

Short and sweet is the season of the fiddlehead.  Emerging before asparagus with a texture and flavor reminiscent of the beloved aforementioned vegetable, fiddleheads feed our need for spring green stalks.  Plus, they look cool – like an otherworldly alien … Continue reading

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Ecotrope Attends the Feast

Something I had not counted on at The Forager’s Feast these past 2 weekends was the pleasure of meeting so many delightful Portlanders.  True, I do get to chat and cook for lots of shoppers at the Farmer’s Market, but … Continue reading

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The Forager’s Feast – The Duckspoon Report

Thank you, Daniel Miller, author of the blog duckspoon, for your post-feast-post.  So glad you enjoyed! A couple of tickets are still available for the second Forager’s Feast tomorrow evening.  For Details, visit The Open Kitchen.  One of the guests … Continue reading

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Spring Cooking Class at the Hillsdale Farmers Market

The Farmer’s Feast happily announces our first cooking class! Hillsdale Farmers Market & The Farmer’s Feast present a Farmers’ Market Tour & Cooking Class Spring Holiday Feast – April 17 2011 9:30-12:30 Looking to spring holidays of Easter and Passover, … Continue reading

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