Last week I mentioned that I was asked to write a guest blog post for the Seacoast Eat Local series “From a Local Kitchen”. Here’s the excerpted introduction by SEL blogger Debra Kam, and a link to read the full post:
Kale and winter greens will be the featured vegetables at our next Winter Farmers’ Market, and we asked Jennifer Purrenhage for some new ways of using them. You may have met Jennifer at the Winter Farmers’ Market, where she can be often found helping out at the Seacoast Eat Local booth. A biologist by profession, Jennifer is also trained as a Holistic Health & Nutrition Coach, and will be co-leading the upcoming workshop, “Shopping & Cooking from the WInter Farmers’ Market,” on January 7th. Her website and blog, Get Well Grounded, is where Jennifer offers wellness information and easy ways to cook with whole foods, including recipes from this week’s guest post. In the following December menus, Jennifer demonstrates her intuitive approach to cooking, how to create delicious meals from a well-stocked pantry, and the benefits of having intentional leftovers, all with infectious enthusiasm. Thanks, Jennifer, for sharing your week with us!
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