Woodstock Farmers Market

Besides Expressly Leslie, the other good thing about living in Woodstock is the farmers market. Today was the first market of the season. It was 30-something degrees and I was wearing my winter coat, but it almost felt like spring! I bought rhubarb, spinach and green onions.  I also picked up a jar of habanero pickles from Gramp’s Gourmet.

With the spinach and green onion, I made Udon Noodle Stir Fry, which I found through Food Gawker. It was good, but I doubt I’ll make it again. I think I may have had problems adjusting it to 5 servings. Maybe the flavors will meld overnight and the leftovers will be better today.

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Hey there! Glad to hear you made the stirfry but sad to hear you won’t be making it again:( It’s become a staple in our house but you really do need the shallots – scallions aren’t strong enough. True, it isn’t a great dish for a crowd – there’s only so much you can fit in a pan – but I’ve found it’s a great standby meal for two. So much so I always have a little jar of sambal oelek in my fridge for such an occasion:) I hope you come back to PeaSoupEats, I have plenty of dishes that work well for four or more people.

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    • I did use shallots (I just topped it with scallions because I had them). I only used two shallots even though I increased all the other ingredients, so that could have been my problem. I have PeaSoupEats bookmarked, so I will definitely be back. Great blog!

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  2. Oh good:)

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