Zucchini originated in Italy and is said to have made it’s way to the United States when immigrants came to the country. Technically, zucchini is considered a fruit, but when cooked or prepared, it is treated as a vegetable. There are many benefits to eating this food due to the fact they contain folate, potassium,…

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Ingredients Fresh Asparagus Olive Oil Garlic Pepper Onion Powder COOK TIME 10 Minutes SERVINGS 4 PREP TIME 5-10 Minutes READY IN 15-20 Minutes Directions 1. Clean and trip asparagus. 2. Put cleaned asparagus into large zip lock bag. 3. Drizzle 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil into the bag on the asparagus. 4. Add into the…

Asparagus has been prized as an epicurean delight and for its medicinal properties for almost 2000 years. Its presence across most continents is partly due to its many different species. Some of these species — like Asparagus officinalis — are widely cultivated and consumed as staple foods. Other species – like Asparagus racemosus, widely found…

Acorn squash is native to North and Central Americas. It was introduced to European settlers by Native Americans. It is more nutrient dense than its summer relatives, zucchini and yellow squash. Some of the health benefits of acorn squash include its ability to boost the immune system, prevent certain types of cancer, improve vision, protect…

“The mission of the Regional Market Authority is to provide facilities, programs and service to promote opportunities for Agriculture and commerce in Central New York” Market Office is located in the Welcome Center (Between Shed A and the Administration Building): Lost & Found Obtain debit/credit or EBT tokens License signing General Inquiries For questions during…

Barley Minestrone PREP TIME: 25 MIN COOK TIME: 50 MIN READY IN: 1 HR 15 MIN SERVINGS: 10 Ingredients 1 tbsp. olive oil 2 c. green cabbage 2 c. green cabbage 2 large carrots 2 large celery stalks 1 medium zucchini 1/2 lb. green beans 1 medium onion 1-2 clove garlic 4-5 cups chicken broth,…

It’s no wonder that January is National Hot Tea Month, National Oatmeal Month, and National Soup Month. It’s cold. It’s also the time of year when people go on diets and start exercising more frequently. If your New Year’s Resolution was to lose weight or improve your health, or if you just want your belly…