Archive for June, 2012

Celebrate The Last Of Spring Produce

Celebrate The Last Of Spring Produce

06/28/2012  |  1 Comment

I’m always sad to see strawberries go, but I remind myself that when they start to slowly disappear from the market, they are making room for all kinds of other delicious summer produce. We might have another week of strawberries, asparagus... Read More

Market Chef : Chris Carriker

Market Chef : Chris Carriker

06/27/2012  |  No Comments

Once again, this week we have a chef returning for a second round of Sunday Market Chef Demo-ing! Last year, The Gilt Club’s Chris Carriker cooked some amazing ricotta gnocchi for us, and heading into our interview this year, one... Read More

Chef Paul Losch: Tagliarini with Snap Peas, Sweet Onions, Mint & Feta

Chef Paul Losch: Tagliarini with Snap Peas, Sweet Onions, Mint & Feta

06/26/2012  |  No Comments

If you missed Chef Paul Losch's demo last Sunday, or got the treat of watching him cook up fabulous fresh pasta and can't wait to recreate it yourself,  here's his recipe! Pasta **Note: This is going to sound really tricky.. it is... Read More

Volunteer with MFM

Volunteer with MFM

06/22/2012  |  No Comments

The 2012 season is upon us and Montavilla Farmers Market is busier than ever! Market volunteers are an essential piece of MFM, and help to support our wonderful programs - like Durable Dish and Everybody Eats - as well as... Read More

Spicy Pickled Asparagus

Spicy Pickled Asparagus

06/22/2012  |  No Comments

It is officially summer! The days are longer and warmer. Gardens are bursting with summer produce. School is out (and children everywhere are rejoicing!). It feels that the whole city of Portland is celebrating the season. The one thing we’re... Read More

Market Chef : Paul Losch

Market Chef : Paul Losch

06/20/2012  |  1 Comment

Going into this interview, I wasn’t sure what we were going to talk about. Last year, when we spoke, Paul Losch had been working as one of two chefs at the wonderful Killingsworth restaurant DOC. As far as I knew,... Read More