This was a great recipe we tried with those amazing radishes from Left Bower Farm!
From the Wall Street Journal
4 salmon fillets
5 tbsp butter
1 c heavy cream
3 c thinly sliced sorrel leaves, stems removed (I used spinach with a little lemon)
12 radishes with greens attached, cleaned and halved
1. Preheat oven to 425
Season salmon with salt.
Place fillets, down on a lightly greased sheet pan and place in oven.
Roast until salmon flakes about 10-15 min.
(We grilled the salmon)
2. put a saute’ pan over med. heat. melt 2 tbsp butter. saute’ shallots about 7 min. add cream and simmer until it reduces slightly and thickens, about 5 min. Add sorrell or spinach leaves. cook till just wilted. Transfer to a blender or food processor. Puree until smooth. Add salt if needed.
3. Add remain butter and melt in saute’ pan, saute’ radishes until just tender. Season with salt.
Place the sauce on the plate, salmon and radishes on top! Yummy!!! My son claims he doesn’t like fish and he had 3 helpings!!!! Enjoy
This is a very exciting event that is happening on our farm on June 15, 2013!
The Farmer’s Table, LLC is a farm dinner series in the Pittsburgh region focusing on local sustainable cuisine. Each event will be held on a different farm showcasing the diverse agriculture of the area. We hope to see you at the farm!
Chef Jacob Mains is taking locavorism to a whole new level this summer by offering a series of farm dinners served right in the fields where the food is grown!
He is going to be on our farm using some of our Manchester-Farms organic beef, Berkshire pork, Milk and Left Bower Farms veggies, along with neighboring farms goodies!
Any one interested should go to the bottom of this post to get tickets. Hope to see lots of you on the farm!
Click the event below to view an example of our vegan gluten-free menu. The menu may change slightly due to availability. Vegetarian and meat menu soon to come! We hope to see you on the farm!https://www.facebook.com/events/153545788143537/
One of the saddest things about fall is that it is the end of our beautiful Left Bower Garden! Our CSA did a wonderful job. Look at what a large plot Dave and Amanda farmed. We had so very much delicious produce.
One of my particular favorites was the garlic this year!