There's a lot going on at the markets this week-- flower day is still here, herbs such as rosemary, basil, Italian parsley and cilantro are flourishing, tender greens are still in such as spinach and Swiss chard, and maple syrup is in excess in NE Ohio! But the big star, especially at the Crocker Park market, are the mushrooms, wonderful as a substitute for meat in vegetarian dishes. Plus, speaking of herbs, did you know that the #1 herb in the market is cilantro? It's great for detoxing, and very versatile. Click the picture below for a tasty Mexican dish that combines all of these locally owned ingredients: Chard and Mushroom Tacos with Cilantro Jalapeno Sauce! And check out the WHOLE Locally Grown board on Pinterest for many more recipes!
Unplug appliances or equipment if you are repairing it. Some items are still an electrical hazard even when unplugged, such as televisions and computers. These items have devices called capacitors that retain an electrical charge after they are unplugged, as they are designed to store electricity. It is always best for a licensed professional to repair such items.
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