What's FRESH at the North Union Farmers Market? Strawberries and Broccoli! Visit our locally grown board in partnership with Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. Check out this great recipe for Strawberry Broccoli Salad.
What's FRESH at the North Union Farmers Market? Spring Greens! Check out our locally grown board in partnership with Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. Check out this great recipe for spring green asparagus & arugula salad.
Opening Day isn't just for Baseball! The North Union Farmers Market returns on Saturday, April 12th at Crocker Park. What's in season now? Fresh greens! Check out this amazing recipe for Kale & Apple Salad with Pancetta and Candied Pecans!
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup of regular oats (quick or regular)
2/3 cups of apple sauce (can sub sugar)
1tsp baking powder
1tsp baking soda
A pinch of salt
1 cup of water (can sub milk or almond milk)
5tbsp of melted butter
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp of cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
2+ mashed bananas (the more ripe the better)
½+ cup of raisins
½+ cup of walnuts
½ cup blue berries
½ cup cranberries
(Other dried or frozen fruits)
Heat oven to 350
Coat bread pan with cooking spray
Combine flour, applesauce, oats, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl
Combine bananas, butter, vanilla, water, spices and fruit in another bowl
Combine both mixtures
Spoon into bread pan
Bake about 45 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean
The Grammy Nominations Concert will air live on CBS tonight (December 6), at 10pm ET. The event will feature performances from six-time Grammy winners Earth, Wind & Fire, Robin Thicke, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Lorde, Miguel and Keith Urban, among others. The one-hour special will be hosted by two-time Grammy winner LL Cool J and will take place at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Arsenio Hall, Enrique Iglesias and Ed Sheeran have signed on to be presenters. The nominees for major categories will be announced during the ceremony and concert tonight, while the 56th Grammy Awards will air live on January 26, 2014 on CBS.
The Grammy Nominations Concert was held in Los Angeles last night (December 6) and the full list of nominees for the 56th Grammy Awards was revealed. In the Best Pop Instrumental Album category, Herb Alpert Steppin' Out, Boney James The Beat, Earl Klugh Handpicked, Dave Koz Summer Horns and Jeff Lorber Fusion Hacienda all received nominations. The Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album nominees include Tony Bennett Viva Duets, Michael Bublé To Be Loved, Gloria Estefan The Standards and Dionne Warwick Now. Alicia Keys and John Legend each picked up a nomination in the Best R&B Album category for Girl On Fireand Love In The Future, respectively. Adele was nominated for Best Song Written For Visual Media for her James Bond theme song "Skyfall," which won the Academy Award for Best Original song in February. In the Best Historical Album category, the Bill Withers collection The Complete Sussex and Columbia Albums is up for an award. Chart-topper Bruno Mars was nominated in four categories, while Robin Thicke picked up three noms. Rihanna made the list for Best Pop Duo or Group Performance for her smash "Stay" in addition to picking up a nod for her album Unapologetic in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category. The 56th Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on January 26, 2014. A complete list of nominees is availabe .
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We are happy to bring back Donita Anderson, finally the start of the outdoor markets at Shaker Square! The first market is 8 a.m. to Noon on April 5. What's in season? Tender greens, such as kale and spinach, early spring plants and flowers, sheep shearings, at more! The tender greens have a lot of energy from the earth and the sun, and would go great in this fresh and delicious kale & spinach pesto, pinned to our "Locally Grown" board. Every week, we'll continue to pin more recipes with what's in season to our Locally Grown board, so be sure to follow us and re-pin your favorites! To see the pin, click the picture below.
Speaking of energy, here is this week's Energy Saving Tips, from Cleveland Public Power - Count On It.. While cooking your tasty locally grown recipes, make sure you plan ahead-- make sure you have all the ingredients, and remove all ingredients for each recipe one at time, to save the escape of energy from leaving the refrigerator door open for long periods of time. It's simple, but every little difference counts.
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Join us at the Shaker Square Market tomorrow, April 13 from 8 a.m. to Noon! We'll bring back the WAVE Food Wheel and a bunch of other prizes! This week we don't have an MP3, but as a continuation of last week's, spring flowers are in season-- so that's what we'll be focusing on this week. A great infographic about all seasonal flowers is below. You can find what else is "growin' on" at our Pinterest by clicking it!
To save on energy while preheating, make sure you time your preheating period accordingly-- 5 to 8 minutes should be plenty of time.
This week, maple syrup and honey are in season! Who would have thought? There's a lot of tasty recipes you can make with syrup and honey on our Locally Grown Pinterest board, like this one for Maple Syrup and Ginger Flavored Chicken Breasts... YUM! Who says syrup is just for pancakes? Click the image below to see the pin!
Be sure to vacuum the condenser coils of your oven (underneath or behind the unit) every three months or so.
Listen to this week's MP3 here:
Nurses, syrup, honey, and tender greens are still in season... but this week at the market, there's also artisan cheeses, grass-fed beef and pork, and so much more. Listen below for everything you can expect at the markets this week. We've got plenty of tasty, fresh, delicious and locally grown and raised recipes on our Pinterest, including this Balsamic Roast that you can make in your slow cooker! Just click the image below.
If every household in the U.S. replaced one light bulb with a CFL (coiled) bulb, it would prevent enough pollution to equal removing one million cars from the road! Replacing a 100-watt incandescent with a 32-watt CFL can save you at least $30 in energy costs over the life of the bulb.
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