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Category: Recipes

Dinner@Renninger’s II – Hoppy Beef and Garlicky Pasta

This series shares new recipe ideas where 90% of the ingredients can be bought from vendors at Renninger’s Farmers’ Market. Each week we post a new recipe and highlight which market vendors carry the ingredients. Also, keep in mind that if you don’t feel like cooking, we have vendors who are more than willing to cook for you. Hoppy Beef 1 Lb. of beef (Your choice cut from Dietrich’s Meats or Hoffman’s Meats and Deli) 6 Tbsp hops-infused apple cider vinegar (Vine St. Vinegar) Salt and Pepper to taste In a Ziploc bag or container mix vinegar and add salt

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T’s Take on Falafel

More recipes at Join our recipe group on Facebook: Yields 34 falafel balls (golf/ping pong ball size) Vegan, gluten-free, delicious 4 – 4 1/2 cup dry chickpeas (garbanzos) 4 heaping tbsp garlic, chopped 2 cups parsley, chopped 1 cup Vine St. Vinegar Apple Cider Vinegar Infusion (your choice!), or 1/2 cup vinegar + 1/2 cup water ¼ cup scallions, chopped 3 tbsp olive oil 2 tsp sesame oil Salt, Chili pepper to taste Soak chickpeas in water 12-24 hrs Blend raw chickpeas in food processor Do not add water Blend to play dough consistency, not hummus Chop garlic,

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Using Vinegar to Cook a Roast

I stumbled on this handy recipe while looking for the correct temp and time for a chuck roast. I used the vinegar suggestions from Our Everyday Life in that chuck roast (pictured above). Brynne Chandler suggests Add enough vinegar to the pot roast to just cover its bottom and maybe 1/4 inch of the sides. The amount doesn’t have to be exact, but about a cup of liquid for a 4-pound roast is about right. You can use any type of vinegar including white, sherry or flavored vinegar like raspberry, but the milder and deeper flavor of balsamic vinegar

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