By Gina Yoder I love soup. A lot. Every season, every month, every week, I love soup. Even when it’s so hot out that my husband raises an eyebrow when I mention soup, I gleefully pull my favorite soup pot off the shelf and I make soup. Last week at […]
By Gina Yoder One of the pleasures of home is the comfort of familiar dishes, family favorites, kitchen aromas that harken fond memories. However, whenever I travel, one of my goals is to taste something new every day. This is easy to do when in unfamiliar places, and I look […]
At the June 20th market, Chef Nino wowed market-goers his a robust, flavorful Bruschetta. The chef also taught us how to say it properly. It is pronounced “bru sketta”. Bruschetta is a a traditional antipasto (starter dish) from Italy, consisting of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with olive […]
The 2019 Lititz Farmers Market season got off to a sunny start on Thursday, May 16. The market was brimming with early season produce, meats, fresh seafood, eggs, hummus, salsas, gluten-free breads, baked goods, flowers, hanging baskets and so much more. New offerings at this year’s market include the addition […]
CHEF’S NOTES Substitute canned crabmeat for tuna to create a delicious variation of this dish.
Chef Nino’s marinated mushrooms Culinary educator Chef Nino Elia will be creating farm-fresh recipes at the Lititz Farmers Market throughout the 2019 season. CHEF’S NOTE Use a damp paper towel or a soft mushroom brush to clean mushrooms. Mushrooms are like little sponges, too much water makes them soggy. Water-logged […]