The Good Table
Introducing Our New DIY Self Care Series! With each blog post, we'll introduce a new ingredient accompanied with recipes and inspiration to make your very own products at home! This week, we're starting with Aloe Vera Gel. Here's what we found on Pinterest!
We love to bring in new items as often as we can from brands we trust. Take a look at what's new on our shelves this month! Pipcorn – Corn Dippers Seed and Mill – Halva Oliva on Main (LOCAL!) – Classic Hummus & Baba Ganouj Riverbank Farm...
Dear Friends of New Morning Market, How is everybody doing? We hope this message finds you well, safe, and sound. It’s been quite the week (or let's face it — year) here at New Morning Market. We thank you for your patience and support during these past few months...
Traditionally tomato-based, this shakshuka calls for spinach instead. Designed to turn out a delicious dinner from pantry staples—eggs, frozen greens, garlic, onion, and bread—the recipe can be tailored to what you have on hand. No spinach? Substitute Swiss chard or any green, really. No feta? Used crumbled cotija or even finely grated cheddar. The bread, however, is essential for mopping up the saucy mixture of eggs and greens. Shakshuka is usually served with pita, but we’ve opted for multigrain gluten-free toast. Try it with warm corn tortillas or crusty bread. We find it suitable for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
These blistered shishito peppers are restaurant-fancy. Smoky, oily, crispy, salty, irresistible. A dish this good seems difficult to make, but it is actually unbelievably easy. Like turn-on- a-pan-and-toss-some-peppers-in easy. Add some salt and you’re ready to impress. Want next level goodness? We recommend a sprinkle of shichimi togarashi—a traditional spice blend of red chili, dried mandarin orange, Sichuan peppercorns, sesame and poppy seeds, and ground ginger.
Crispy, crunchy, gingery, garlicky tofu with spicy saucy almond soba. We love everything about this vegan gluten-free noodle bowl, starting with how easy it is to make. Tofu and veggies roast to stir-fry perfection in just thirty minutes while you make soba noodles and whip up a delicious almond sauce. This recipe is great for a weeknight dinner or for meal-prepping for the week—it can easily be scaled up for more portions!
Through the age-old alchemy of cheesemaking, the mother and son team behind Cato Corner Farm transform the flavors of their Colchester, CT, pasture into delicious farmstead cheeses.
On three acres of meticulously managed pasture in Sandy Hook, Pete and Carol Sepe raise 200 sheep each year. Behind their farmhouse and tidy gardens, the “mother flock” of sheep rests in the shade when not foraging for fresh grass or socializing with the Sepes.
All counted, 100 different kinds of apples grow at Averill Farm in Washington Depot, CT. Familiar fall favorites—think Macintosh and Red Delicious—are planted along with heirlooms, newer disease-resistant varieties, and cider-specific cultivars, with lesser known names like Baldwin, Liberty, and Crimson Crisp.
Health + Wellness
Reishi Mushroom Fudge Prep time: 30 min. Serves: 4-6Ingredients 1/4 cup dehydrated reishi (powdered in coffee grinder) 1/4 cup cocoa powder 2 tbsp. coconut shreds 2 tbsp. coconut oil 2 tbsp. cacao butter 4 tbsp. honey 1 tsp. vanilla 1 pinch sea salt optional garnish:...
With winter in full swing and the bustling holiday season behind us, February is the perfect time to pause and check in with yourself. Just because long commitment-laden days are the norm doesn’t mean you can’t sneak in some time just for you! Here are some of our tried and true tips for self-care this season.
Looking for a healthy belly boost? Here’s a list of our Wellness team’s favorite gut health products to help you absorb nutrients, digest regularly and comfortably, and balance your digestive system. Vibrant Health Digestive Vibrance Full of insoluble fiber,...
New Morning News
Pickling is easier than you think whether it’s a quick pickle or you’re “putting up” for the months to come.
To quote Audrey Hepburn, “To grow a garden is to believe in tomorrow”. This once hobby for so many of us may now have a deeper meaning that provides us with a new connection to our ancestors and their need to provide nutrition and a good life for their family and friends.
Starting on a plant-based journey can be pretty intimidating, but rest assured, there’s no need for an all-or-nothing mentality. Even eating plant-based one night a week has great environmental impact. I usually start off by picking a vegetable or two and then go from there.