there’s still one chance left to get your hands on great wisconsin produce!
It’s starting to get chilly out but there are tons of ingredients to make a hearty fall meal at the SSFM! Here’s a family recipe and the names of a few of the vendors at the south shore farmers market to find them at. Also, don’t forget to grab some amazing bread/rolls at Wild Flour Bakery to soak up all the deliciousness!
2lbs lean ground beef
3 tbsp rice
1 egg (barry jones)
1 head cabbage (tang xiong)
2 lbs fresh tomato (phil herrin)
2 large onions (chia xiong)
3 tbsp catsup
2tsp brown sugar
1 tsp lemon juice
salt pepper to taste
mix meat, salt, pepper, rice, egg, and roll 2 tbsp up in blanched cabbage leaves, I like to add a good Tbsp of paprika, and maybe a little cayenne. Lay down a bed of sliced onions and place the cabbage rolls on top
blanch and peel the tomatoes. slice them and put them over the rolls with plenty of juice.
cover and cook on med heat for 1.5 hours. Adjust lemon juice and sugar in the sauce and enjoy!
The South Shore Farmers Market will be taking a break this Saturday, as the South Shore Frolics are taking place.
See you next weekend!
The Market is in full swing again, and now you have an opportunity to meet one of our great vendors from Highcross Farms, the Vogelmanns. Read the entire feature from the Bay View Compass here.
Saturday, June 5, 2010 – 8:00am – 1:00pm
South Shore Park: 2900 South Shore Drive
The Bay View Garden And Yard Society is proud to collaborate with the South Shore Farmers’ Market and Milwaukee County Parks to kick off the 2010 growing season with the popular Bay View Plant Sale at South Shore Park.
Blooming in color with Milwaukee’s beautiful lakefront as a backdrop, the Bay View Plant Sale hosts a variety of local, commercial plant vendors with an impressive assortment of beautiful, quality plants. Shoppers will be able to make their selections from hundreds of plants; including some of the best annuals and perennials, hanging baskets, ornamental trees and shrubs, vegetables and herbs, exotic heirloom favorites, and tropical plants. Delicious bakery and coffee will also be available for sale. Garden club members will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about gardening.
When: Saturday, May 22, 2010 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where: Beulah Brinton House
2590 S. Superior St. — Bay View
If you wish to donate items:
Drop off from Monday, May 17th thru Friday, May 21st or the
morning of the sale.
No Clothing or Holiday items, please.
Call 414-324-5690 to arrange for drop-off at the
garage behind the home or for pickup of large
or heavy items.
Pre-price your items, please.
For more info visit: www.bayviewhistoricalsociety.org
(Excerpted from bayviewneighborhood.org)
Saturday, April 24th is our Bay View Neighborhood Cleanup. Join the BVNA
and our partners, South Shore Park and Humboldt Park Watches, for a morning
of community action. We’ll spread out to pick up our parks, beaches and
streets. At noon we’ll meet back for lunch. Supplies, food, and drinks
provided, but bring your own mug or water bottle to be entered in our
Saturday, April 24th
South Shore Park Pavilion, 2900 S. Shore Drive
9-noon, rain or shine
supplies provided, including coffee, snacks and lunch
Call 385-3376 or email email@example.com