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Friday, May 25, 2012

Kick Off your Memorial Day Weekend with Fall Line

Food that is good & good for you! Support your local farmers!
210 South Wayne Street, Milledgeville, GA
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At the Market This Week:

- Greek Yogurt
- Growth Hormone Free Milk & Chocolate Milk
- Pasture Raised Eggs
- Cabbage
- Cucumbers
- Carrots
- Squash
- Sugar Snap Peas
- Delicious Muffins from Sparkleberry
- Onions
- Spring Salad Mix
- Green Beans
- Strawberries
- Artisan Cheese

- Homemade Jellies
- Grass Fed Beef
- Heritage Breed Pork
- Homemade Pound Cake
- Fingerling Potatoes
- Vegetable Transplants
- More Spring Vegetables!

Memorial Day Weekend!

Memorial Day Weekend has arrived and so has the warm weather. We hope you'll kick off your relaxing weekend with us. Come to the market to pick-up meat & veggies for the grill. Grill Challenged? No worries, you can find homemade pound cake, delicious ice cream from Southern Swiss Dairy, and all the ingredients you'll need for deviled eggs!

Weekly Recipe

Fall Line Fresh Potato Salad: A twist on your Memorial Day Salad



4 oz. Greek yogurt (any fat content)

2 T. mayonnaise

1/2 c. diced pickles (homemade, sweet,  spicy, or dill, with juice in there)

Two whole green onions, chopped fine (tops and greens)

1 generous teaspoon black pepper

Snipped herbs of your choice – chives, parsley, cilantro, mint   about a half cup

One bunch fresh dill, snipped, or two T. dried.

(if you like a spicy sauce, add some cayenne – my pickles are spicy so I don’t add anything).

Stir all together in a medium bowl and let blend.


2 carrots, shredded, about a half cup

2 small slicing cucumbers, skin on, about a cup or more, peeled or unpeeled)

4-6 red radishes, chopped or thinly sliced, about a half cup

8-10 (about a pound and a half) fresh new potatoes

3 medium beets (or five small, or one large). Remove greens, but keep the root top on the beets.  No need to peel – do this when cooked.


Cook the potatoes and beets either by roasting in a foil pack (with olive oil and salt) in the oven or by boiling in well-salted water on the stovetop until pierced by a fork.  Remove from pan and chop potatoes (skin on or off) and skin and dice beets.


Add immediately to sauce, toss, then let stand for a few minutes. 


This should serve 6-8 people.


Potential wild additions, also available from our farmers –

*Crumbled crisp bacon

*Crumbled cheese – goat, gouda, feta

*three chopped hard-boiled eggs


Recipe Care of Ginger Miller, who says, "Most people think potato salad is just potatoes, pickles and onions, but I think it’s a wonderful way to add additional fresh spring veggies and herbs!  I made this salad from the starred produce items from our market."

This Week at the Corner

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5) Check Out What's In Season
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