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Epicurean Kentuckian: Simple Summer farmers markets Supper

2013-07-19 - Epicurean Peasant Kitchen .
Most of the ingredients can come from farmers markets, though the broccoli is brought on. The bouquet, a luxury, brought on item in winter, can be bought from local farmers. They don't grow better Yukon Gold Potatoes in the Yukon's than Adair County's potatoes now. Kennebec's and other Arsh Potatoes are readily available. Green beans come in almost designer varieties. And Tomatoes - we've already got the great flavor of locally grown, what we're all waing for are steak tomatoes - Big Boys - which cover and lap over your plate, and are a meal in themselves with just a dab of salad dressing over cottage cheese over tomato - or, for purist, just a slight sprinkling of salt. The only thing better on this earth is a July Big Boy Tomato Sandwich on Mayo slathered lightbread, a summer sandwich that can't be beat. - CM

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