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Crock pot baked beans

There's nothing better (and easier) than crock pot baked beans for a cookout. Keep reading for our easy recipe.

Farmers Market: Sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are an awesome vegetable that are sweet and good for you. A good source of anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, this vegetable is grown in tropical and warm regions. Keep reading for more on this great veggie!

Farmers Market: Jicama

Jicama is a taproot starch that is part of the bean family. It is an edible root that is crispy and fruit-like. Keep reading for more!

Farmers Market: Kiwi

Kiwi fruit, which is also known as a gooseberry, is a very unique fruit, native to China. This is an exotic fruit full of vitamins and minerals. Keep reading for more on this fuzzy fruit.

Farmers Market: Peanuts

Peanuts are an annual legume which originated in Central America. Peanuts are grown and eaten all over the world. Keep reading for more.    

Farmers Market: Cashews

Cashews are my favorite nut by far, so sweet and salty at the same time. They are grown on trees native to Brazil, but are now all over the world. Keep reading for more!

Farmers Market: Sesame seeds

Sesame seeds are one of the most popular seeds used in cooking and in medicine. They are small and nutty and have a high oil content. Keep reading for more on sesame seeds.

Farmers Market: Vanilla bean

Vanilla beans are actually pods which are used to flavor a variety of foods. The vanilla plant grows from a tree or pole with flowers. Keep reading for more!

Farmers Market: Pine nuts

Pine nuts are delicious and crunchy and come from pine trees. Pine trees are large, up to 75 feet tall with an umbrella like shape. Keep reading for more!

Farmers Market: Dill

Dill weed is an herb with leaves and seeds used in culinary seasoning. It is a member of the same family as cumin, parsley and fennel. Keep reading for more on dill!

Farmers Market: Walnuts

Walnuts are popular nuts which are grown all over the world. There are three types, English, Black and White Walnuts. Keep reading for more!

Farmers Market: Anise seed

Anise seed is a spice you don't hear about much, but it is popular in culinary and medicinal uses. The seed is from an herbal plant, which is native to the Mediterranean. Keep reading for more!

Pecan Oatmeal Pancakes

We love Kim, the Foodie Tourist and her great stories and awesome recipes. Today we are sharing a delicious recipe for toasted pecan oatmeal pancakes.

Big Oatmeal Cookies

If you are feeling like a sweet treat, these Oatmeal cookies are a perfect dessert!

Rice Pudding

Rice pudding is a family favorite. It's a great dessert that we also like to eat for breakfast. It has just a couple of ingredients and most of them we already have in our pantry!

Farmers Market: Avocados

Avocados are a favorite fruit of the PinkTractor crew, perfect to add to your lunch or dinner. Yes, we did say fruit. Avocado is actually a part of the berry family! And since they are in season from spring through fall, they are a great addition to any meal! Keep reading for more information on

Fruit Dessert

We love fruit dessert...but what in the world do the names mean? Here is your guide to your favorite fruit desserts!

Potato Guide

We love potatoes. They are versatile and can be used in summer meals as well as winter. From soup to casseroles, you can't go wrong.

Fried Zucchini

Zucchini is delicious fresh from the garden, in a salad or in a casserole. But it is especially amazing fried.

Rice and Lentils Recipe

While we love the standard meals like pasta or vegetables, it's great to switch it up sometimes. Today, we are sharing a recipe for rice and lentils that is healthy and delicious.

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