Moorefield, West Virginia may not be a hub of tourist attractions, but it does have one deliciously adorable corner that caught my attention.
...but Mary, the proprietor, has a flair for presenting her wares in a way that makes them even more irresistable!
The White Barn Farm is my kinda place! Lovely photos, Saretta. I love the way Mary displays her goods. Those in the 3rd photo look like fava beans! Mmmm, pecorino comes to mind.
Patty Pan squash... let's see...
Leave them whole or halve them lengthwise to enjoy their singular shape, add crookneck or other strange shaped squash, and slice some zucchini too.
Film a large saucepan with olive oil. Add chopped onions and celery and sauté for 3 minutes.
Add squash (& later zucchini), salt, pepper and 2 tbsp water. Cover and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat and cook until tender, stirring frequently. Ta daa!
Yum! I knew I could count on YOU for a simple and delish dish! Thanks!
Ahahah funny !!! While I was watching these pics about this fab place I would like to visit one day, I saw wyou question about recipe and I told to myself, "Oh I have to forward it that girl of "Aglio, olio e peperoncibo" :-))))) --- Lola and Saretta when do you come both in Torino ? I am Slow Food member and I should be happy to drive you and your family into Piedmontese tastes !!!
I've never seen a patty pan squash before either. Thank you for enlightening me! That market looks my kind of place.
Fabrizio - I will definitely take you up on that offer one day!
Welshcakes - it is cute, isn't it?
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