This recipe won a breakfast breads contest at the Emporia Farmers Market and a blue ribbon at the Lyon County Fain in the summer of 2011. It is worth the extra time and extensive ingredient list!
The K-State Research and Extension Master Food Volunteers who tested this recipe had this to say: "This was very easy to make. It makes a good alternative use of a vegetable that has been...
A cool, crunchy option when the weather turns warm.
A specialty of Shandong province, this dish is traditionally reserved for banquets because asparagus is so expensive in China. In Kansas, asparagus is available from mid-April through May.
Adapted from "The Stinking Cookbook"
A beet recipie even beet haters will try!
A nice, new way to eat beets and vegetables!
The sweet potatoes in this soup contrast nicely with the tang of the yogurt and the tartness of the lime. Aniseed lends an unusual hint of licorice flavor.
Golden fried shallot rings make this garlicky bok choy stand out.