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.


  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.

    1. 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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