Archive for February, 2012

One of the great things about Farmers Market is talking to folks about fruits and veggies. Hearing their favorite ways to cook and prepare stuff. And… Being able to let others know the many tasty ways to use fresh goodies they see at the Market.

Having recipes to share has been a pleasure.

I gathered and organized a bunch of my Favorite Farmers Market Recipes into a cookbook. A Kindle version is now available at Amazon.com.

Favorite Farmers Market Recipes Kindle Book

Recipes go from Apples, Beans, and Cabbage to Potatoes, Tomatoes, and Zucchini, and everything in between. These are simple easy to make recipes you can make with fresh goodies from a Farmers Market.

 

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Last Summer I was lucky enough to get a decent photo of the Cat and Dog sitting on a Hay Bale looking out across the farm fields. It’s a rare day when the critters pose so nicely like they did sitting on the bale out in the Hay field.

This has to be one of my favorite photographs so I picked it for a Canvas Print from Cafepress.

Here’s the print fresh out of the package. It was nicely protected in the box. An inner cardboard protected and separated the foam bagged canvas from the outer box.

Cat and Dog on a Hay Bale Canvas Print

Cat and Dog on a Hay Bale Canvas Print

Here is the canvas print under a couple of 8 1/2 x 11 photo prints I had printed earlier.

Cat and Dog Canvas Print and Photo Prints

Cat and Dog on a Hay Bale Canvas Print and Photo Prints

I’m happy with he way it turned out the colors and detail came out looking like the paper prints I had. The canvas looks good even with the fairly smooth finish, possibly from the UV coating. The framing, and packaging were all done nicely. It proudly hangs on my wall.

Since it turned out so well I have added Cat and Dog on Hay Bale Canvas Wall Art prints of the photo to my Photography By Kent Lorentzen  Cafepress shop.

Cat and Dog on Hay Bale Wall Art Canvas Art

Cat and Dog on Hay Bale Wall Art Canvas Art

The photo is also available on many more products, such as greeting cards, framed tiles, and gifts.

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Here’s a recipe for tasty Onion Pie and some pics to go with it.
It was so tasty, it didn’t last long. Don’t you wish you could have been here to enjoy it too?

3 large onions, thinly sliced
4 tablespoons butter
Pillsbury crescent roll dough
Salt & pepper to taste
1 egg
1/2 cup half & half or 2% milk

Cook onions in butter until golden yellow. Spread roll dough in 10” pie pan. Spread onions over dough. Sprinkle with salt & pepper. Beat egg with half & half, pour over onions. Bake at 375 degrees for approximately 20 minutes until top is slightly browned. Serves 6.

Pie Crust and Onions Cooking

Pie Crust and Onions Cooking

Onion Pie Fresh from Oven

Onion Pie Fresh from Oven

Partly Eaten Onion Pie

Partly Eaten Onion Pie

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