Farmer’s Market Dinner

Farmer’s Market Dinner

Click here for a FREE copy of the "Top 10 MUST-HAVE Kitchen Gadgets" I live right around the corner from my local farmer’s market, so on Saturday morning my daughter and I walked over and did some shopping. I got a coffee and we browsed around looking at all of the beautiful produce, baked goods and fresh flowers. We bought green beans, sweet potatoes, raspberries, peaches, corn and of course, a cookie. It was one of those perfect, lazy, summer  mornings I find myself dreaming about on Mondays in January. For dinner tonight my daughter and I used some of our farmer’s market goodies to make Parmesan-crusted tilapia, sautéed green beans and maple-roasted sweet potatoes. Let me take a step back and tell you my 5-almost-6-year old is a very, very picky eater. Until recently she had a list of about 5 or 6 foods she would eat and that was it. It was beyond frustrating! Particularly for this foodie Mom. I’m not proud to admit that this was a battle I had stopped fighting. After a long day at work, I didn’t want to come home and argue about dinner, so I usually stuck what what I knew worked. Click here for a FREE copy of the "Top 10 MUST-HAVE Kitchen Gadgets" So tonight we tried cooking dinner together – a tactic that we had tried before with no success. Tonight was different. She was really into it and she actually ate the dinner! The whole thing! Fish and veggies! This is a Very Big Deal. Parents of picky eaters – you know what I’m talking about. We shopped...


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