Chester County, Pennsylvania host a Mushroom Festival as Kennett Square State Street turns into Mushroom Boulevard with over 200 vendors. So it should not be a surprise that 60% of all mushrooms consumed in the United States are grown in Southern Chester County.
This is a very simple method of cooking a delicious prime rib dinner that you would typically find served in any five star restaurant. The key is simple… keep an eye on the temperature. Serve with a nice horseradish sauce and don’t be afraid to add lots of fresh horseradish.
Fennel, one of the oldest cultivated herbs was valued greatly by the Ancient Romans but found throughout the Mediterranean region. In Medieval times it was considered a sacred herb that was hung from the ceiling to bring good luck, and put in keyholes to keep out evil spirits. And in the early days of America’s settlement the Puritans would use this flavorful herb as an appetite suppressant during fasting periods.
The combination of pork and fennel is very common in Italian cooking, the hint of orange adds a little zest. The fusion of all these ingredients blended together creates a bountiful burst of flavor in every bite!
What to do with all those cucumbers coming from your garden, daily? Here is a super easy and super fast recipe from my brother’s friend Josephine. These are so yummy I dare you to eat only one!