Farmer’s Market Supper

I went to the Portland Farmer’s market yesterday and scored some great stuff!  Handmade Italian Sausage, fingerling potatoes, radishes, arugula, wild mushrooms – and more!!

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So what to do with all these treasures?  Dinner!

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And it was all pretty easy to do. 

To start, toss the fingerling potatoes with enough olive oil to coat them.  Add some salt and pepper and bake, covered for about 20 minutes, or until they are fork tender – 350 degree oven.

Meanwhile,

Sear the sausages in a small amount of olive oil, then cook on low until cooked through.

Clean and chop the mushrooms.  I was able to purchase both chanterelle and lobster mushrooms!  Melt a couple of tablespoons of butter, then add the mushrooms.  I had about a cup and a half.  Start cooking on high to make sure all the liquid from the mushrooms evaporates.  You want to saute, not steam.  Once the mushrooms are tenders, add 2-3 cloves of garlic, crushed, and cook a little bit longer.  Turn the heat up again to give them a sear on the outside.

Slice up one of the peppers.  I used a variety that is sweet but has just a tad of heat.  Saute them in the same pan as the mushrooms, off to the side, until soft and warm.

Last, wild arugula salad with Dijon vinaigrette.  1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard, 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar, 2 Tablespoons olive oil.  Whisk together until blended and emulsified.  Toss the arugula with the dressing.

And now, to serve.

Mash the potatoes gently with a fork.  Add butter, salt and pepper to taste.

Next to the potatoes, a beautiful, browned sausage and a scoop of amazing mushrooms.

Finally, the tossed arugula topped with the peppers.

Dive in and enjoy!

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About Helen Fern

I live in the upper Willamette Valley with my amazing husband and four very spoiled cats - three adopted feral cats and one shelter baby. We have lived here since the dawn of 1991 and love every inch of the region.
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13 Responses to Farmer’s Market Supper

  1. Pingback: Last of the Harvest – A Farmer’s Market Supper Revisted | Pleasures of the Northwest

  2. Farmer Markets are such jewels

  3. Danita Carr says:

    We always love all the fresh stuff we get from the Farmer’s Market! Thanks for sharing at Small Victories Sunday Linkup!

  4. Lisa @ Fun Money Mom says:

    We have a lot of farmer’s markets in town but I haven’t been for awhile. Now I really want to go! Thanks for sharing with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!
    xoxo
    Lisa

  5. Looks good! We have a farmer’s market nearby and I need to get on over there before they fold their tents (end of October). I like making turkey sausage and the abundance of vegetables with it really makes a wonderful supper idea! Thanks for great pictures too.

  6. Linda says:

    Very nice. Healthy, too. Best wishes, Linda @Crafts a la mode

  7. Leigh says:

    What a marvelous trip to the Farmer’s Market and what a beautiful meal!
    (I found you at What’s for Dinner Sunday #11.)

  8. Audrey says:

    I miss going to the Farmer’s Market and learning from all of the farmers. This dinner must have been so fresh and tasty.

    Thanks for sharing on the #HomeMattersParty. I hope you will join us again next week.

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