One Local Summer 2008 – Week 8

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Eating Local, Farmer's Market, Food Blogging Event, Produce

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Well, I had a really busy weekend so I am way behind, so I’m getting this in too late to make the roundup but here it is nonetheless. This week was so hectic that I had almost no time to cook at all, and what I made for One Local Summer is about as basic as it gets.

Fried Bologna and Sweet Corn

Inspired by the Fried Bologna sandwich at G&R Tavern, here is my almost local verison of it. Only the roll and condiments are non-local. The Leona Bologna and the Smoked Pepper Jack cheese came from Thurn’s, and the pickles and the candy onions both came from 2 Crows (bought at the Worthington Farmers Market). The sweet corn came from Rhoads (North Market), I believe. Super simple to make – just saute the bologna in a frying pan until brown, and throw it on bun with some cheese and the aforementioned condiments.

Not every week is a gourmet fest around here. :) Keep an eye out for the other stuff I’m late posting about, like Taste and Create, Tastes Like Home, etc. I’m planning on putting a full day in tomorrow catching up, sorry for the inadvertent lack of posting.

5 Responses to “One Local Summer 2008 – Week 8”

  1. Oakley Rhodes Says:

    Great job, local is where it’s at!

  2. Joel Says:

    I’m more interested in everyday food than the fancy, once in a blue moon kind of stuff.

    Thanks for keeping it real!

  3. Haley Says:

    We’d like to invite you to participate in our July berry recipe contest. All competitors will be placed on our blogroll, and the winner will receive a fun prize! Please email me, haleyglasco@gmail.com, if you’re interested. Feel free to check out our blog for more details: http://blog.keyingredient.com/2008/06/06/key-ingredient-cooks-kitchen-recipe-contest/

    Thanks,
    Haley
    KI Blogger

  4. Debbie Says:

    I was late getting the post up at Farm to Philly, so I was able to slip yours in.

  5. Ronsalsa Says:

    Hey we have a farmers market in downtown Pataskala
    (believe it or not) runs Friday nights 4-8 pm

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