Fire Cider Recipes

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Archive for the month “September, 2013”

Fire Cider Event Schedule

Fall is officially here and we kicked it off with 4 days at the Big E where Brian, Dana and I handed out over 10 gallons of samples, woah!
And we are back at the Big E for the last four days: Thursday September 26th to Sunday the 29th, find us on the right side porch of the Massachusetts Building!
The Fire Cider booth in good company on the morning of opening day.

The Fire Cider booth in good company on the morning of opening day.

Here’s where you can find us giving out samples this October:
* The Harvest Festival at the Berkshire Botanical Gardens in West Stockbridge MA October 5th and 6th
* The Honest Weight Co-op’s Local Harvest Festival on October 6th in Washington Park, Albany from 12-4pm
* Amy is doing a demo at the Berkshire Co-op Market from noon til 2pm on Friday October 11th
Elmartin Farm in Cheshire, MA open house starting at 1pm on Saturday October 12th
* The New Amsterdam Market on Sunday October 27th from 11am to 4pm
See you there!!
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Instant Green Bean Salad…

Just add green beans!

Pretty beans in the garden.

Pretty beans in the garden.

This is Brian’s raw salad recipe and it’s ready to eat in just a few minutes.  If you have a garden or know someone who does, chances you’ve got fresh, crispy green beans in your fridge or backyard right now.  I love to eat them raw, straight off the plant, something I started doing as a kid, grazing in my dad’s garden.  If you want to fancy up your beans a bit, try this:

Grab a couple of fistfuls of fresh raw green beans and cut each one into bit sized pieces.

Chop up some red onion and colorful bell pepper.

Combine all the veggies in a container with a fitted lid, like a wide mouth mason jar.

Dress with a drizzle of olive oil to coat plus course ground salt and a healthy splash of Fire Cider.

Put the lid on and shake well to combine all the ingredients.

Eat now or pack it for lunch or a picnic!

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