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Pick of the Week: Zucchini

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One of the things that struck me about northern Michigan is the high quality of life. Part of that characteristic is the access to fresh and high quality produce. I have immensely enjoyed the opportunity to go the farmers market and to get to cook my own food.

One of my favorite veggies is zucchini and lucky for me, that’s what is in season right now. 

I got my zucchini from Fran and Erica (pictured above) of Green Rock Farm located in Conklin, MI. They recommended sautéing them with garlic, which is exactly what I did!

 I like to use sautéed zucchini to go with some fish or even on top of some pasta, but it is tasty enough to just eat alone too! 


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