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Another simple summer recipe from the creative Sally Bache! Check it out below.

A couple weeks ago I did this riff on a Salade Nicoise

In two huge salad bowls:

  • leaf lettuce from the garden
  • grill-roasted beets from the garden (substituting for the traditional potatoes)
  • grill-roasted green beans from the garden
  • hard-boiled eggs
  • capers
  • olives
  • Italian canned tuna packed in olive oil
  • dabs of herbed goat cheese

Served with crusty baguette and a balsamic dressing. This salad truly was greater than the sum of the parts. Possibly the best salad ever.


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Today’s Ripe Recipe is fresh from the kitchen of Sally Bache!

We’ve got green beans & beets ready in our garden now, and I’ve been trying to use them up. Last night I did something that turned out pretty great, if I do say so myself.

Grilled Beets and Green Beans topped with Goat Cheese

  1. I harvested a couple of med/large beets and cubed them at about ¾” and then tossed them with olive oil & kosher salt & put them into a grill basket.
  2. When the beets were about half-way done, I added about ½ pound green beans, also tossed in olive oil & salt.
  3. When the veggies were done—still a bit crisp, but also a bit of char for flavor—I pulled them off of the grill and dabbed on some herbed goat cheese.
  4. Serve with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, and you’ll find that this dish is way more than the sum of the parts!

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It’s that time of year again for another delicious recipe from Sally we all love so much! This time, it’s a recipe passed down from her mom. Sally said, “My mom was a very good cook. Her recipes were nothing fancy, but she always made very tasty stuff made from scratch with seasonal ingredients like any good farm wife would do.” Try out her Rhubarb Crisp to celebrate the spring!

Also, we now have a new recipe card format! You can start printing all of the recipes that we post, and add all of your favorite Food Shuttle recipes to your collection. Enjoy.

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