Vendor List Wednesday January 25th
Wednesday, January 25th Vendors List
It’s going to be sunny and warmer. This is a great market.
Plenty of farm to table fare including great coffee from Physis Foods along with their breakfast pies.
Schletewitz family farms has sweet potatoes.
Bohemian Well Being Farm foraged and cultivated mushrooms
Hector’s Honey Honey and vegetables
Humble Roots sprouts and micro greens
Min Hee Hill Gardens Lettuces, squash, dried pepper blends kimchee and more
Ridgeview greens and fruit
Scheletwitz citrus and sweet potatoes
Tierra Vegetable vegetables, chili pepper products, dried beans and freshly milled polenta.
Phi Kind Organics Vegan Chocolates
Eyrie Olive Oil
Full Circle Bakery
Golden State Pickleworks
Queen Bee Bakery
The Hummus Guy
Sinful Fusion Turkish Street Food and more
Best sweet potato dish ever in history from chowhound
Nyleve | Oct 11, 2004 05:26 PM
I just made the most sublime sweet potato dish I have ever eaten. I’d been looking for something to do with sweet potatoes for Canadian Thanksgiving dinner, but refuse absolutely to put marshmallows or brown sugar on them. So I found this recipe online which sounded pretty good. It was unreal. Apparently adapted from something by Bobby Flay. There’s not a scrap left in the baking dish.
Peel and slice 8 sweet potatoes thinly.
In a blender, blend together 3 cups of whipping cream and one canned chipotle pepper. (The original recipe called for 4 cups of cream, but I found it a bit too liquidy at the end of the baking time so would recommend reducing the amount.)
Now, in a greased baking dish (I used one about 9 x 13 or so) make a layer of sweet potatoes, sprinkle with salt and pepper, then pour over some of the cream mixture. Repeat until you have done 4 layers of potato and used up all the cream. Cover tightly with foil and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes. Uncover and continue baking for another 30 minutes, brushing surface with some of the cream if it’s bubbling up from the bottom.
This is deadly. Creamy, sweet and spicy all at the same time.
Original Bobby Flay recipe