After the Market – What do we have for supper?
We attend the Osoyoos Market on Main on Saturdays and today was hot, Hot, HOT!!!
We had lots of vendors and there was a lot of produce. We bought some late scapes (for freezing and eating in the middle of the winter), some Peaches and Nectarines and we bought an “Epi” (wheat in French) loaf from the Lake Village Bakery. THe Lake Village Bakery makes all of their wonderful breads from local store ground flour and everything is sourdough. Not all bread is created equal. Sourdough is probably the oldest form of leavened bread and has many, many health benefits. Bread is one of our biggest sources of grains and has a number of healthy benefits. For more information on some of these health benefits, Professor Terry Graham has an article on the University of Guelph’s website. If you don’t live near the Lake Village Bakery, there is a whole website devoted to Sourdough Bread!
Saturdays in Osoyoos are often hot and after having been at the Grand Forks Market the day before, we are quite tired by the time we get home. Cooking a meal is out of the question. We always try to an “Epi” loaf at the market.
Our favorite Saturday Night meal?
A store-bought barbeque chicken, bread and our Blueberry Garlic Jelly!
This condiment jelly can be used everywhere you would cranberry sauce and is especially wonderful with cream or Bree cheese or a cold chicken sandwich!!
We tear off a piece of bread.
Then cut the piece in half.
Is this not great looking bread?
The taste of this jelly is unique! The sweetness of blueberries highlights the distinctive flavor of Russian Red Garlic and the combination complements the chicken.
There! The perfect hot summer night supper!
For my second one, I’ll add some potato salad!
Posted on July 20, 2013, in Unique and tagged Blueberry Garlic Jelly, Chicken bunwich, Chicken Sandwich, Deli Barbeque Chicken, Epi, Osoyoos Market on Main, recipe, The Lake Village Bakery. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.