We all know that veggies are good for us, and when they taste as good as Ontario Brussel Sprouts at Harvest Barn Country Markets it’s a pleasure to eat them.
This bowl of gorgeous Brussel sprouts is so appetizing because they are so obviously fresh with a nice green color, perfectly formed little cabbages, with no yellow leaves and they make a great side dish for any meal.
Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food:
The delicious Stonewall Kitchen Lemon Herb Aioli I used on these sprouts also comes from Harvest Barn Country Markets.
In order to prepare these Brussel sprouts, just remove any loose outer leaves, trim the stem and you’re ready to go ahead and follow your recipe.
I am very pleased to know that Harvest Barn Country Markets attempt, wherever possible, to bring in the fresh produce and other food products for their markets, from within a 100 mile radius of their two locations – Niagara-on-the-Lake and St. Catharines, Ontario. They can be found online:
By adhering to the 100 mile policy, Harvest Barn Country Markets are supporting local farmers who provide us with fresh produce and other food products, which enables hard working farmers to maintain their farms, allows them to continue sending their harvests to market to feed us, while making it possible for the farmers to support their demanding farming lifestyle.
Brussel Sprout Recipes:
I hope you stop in at Harvest Barn Country Markets and check out the array of fresh produce and other fine quality food products, and do pick up some of the Ontario Brussel Sprouts, or other fresh food, so you can enjoy their delicious freshness and flavor too.
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