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"HAPPY THANKSGIVING" & SAVE THE DATE...THURSDAY, DEC. 4th




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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

HAPPY THANKSGIVING
THANK YOU”…To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank You! Wishing you & your family a very “Happy Thanksgiving!”

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

NOVEMBER:
Nov. 28th/ Nov. 29th – THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY- NO MARKET

DECEMBER:
THURSDAY, DEC. 4th, DOTHAN NURSERIES & MARKET AT DOTHAN
CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE & FARMERS MARKET
3pm – Until,
VENDORS ONSITE
(NO ONLINE ORDERING)

Friday, Dec.12th (Last Online Market 2014 Season)

SATSUMAS….
AVAILABLE ONSITE THURSDAY 12/4 @ Christmas Open House & Farmers Market 3pm.

THE BREAD LADY
Freshly milled flour made from whole grains. Specify number of cups and kind of grain—hard white wheat, hard red wheat, soft white wheat, buckwheat, spelt, barley, or rye.

KARL’S GERMAN BAKERY
***New*** Karl’s German Bakery, KARISTA POUND CAKES, CREAM CHEESE & SOUR CREAM. Fine ingredients, no preservatives!

Karl’s authentic German breads are made from old world family recipes with their own rye sour (a perpetual sour, specially developed and nurtured by Karl himself!). All of Karl’s breads are baked Hearth Style (Artisan) using no pans and no pan grease which can alter the taste. This unique and historic baking process creates a natural bread flavor crust. See all of Karl’s artisan breads listed under Farmers Daughters Co-Op.

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message. EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

BUTTERNUT SQUASH with WALNUTS & VANILLA
Yield: Serves 4.
We’re using butternut squash for this dish, but you could easily use kabocha squash instead, or any firm, easy-to-peel, winter squash. You can either boil or roast the squash, directions are given for both methods.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
1 butternut squash, about 2 pounds, peeled, seeds removed, flesh cut into 1-inch cubes (see how to cut and peel a butternut squash)
3 bay leaves (if boiling the squash)
Salt
1 heaping cup of walnuts (can substitute pecans or pine nuts)
2-3 Tbsp butter
2 teaspoons grated ginger
1-2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
Black pepper to taste
Method
1a If roasting Preheat oven to 400°F. Coat the cubed squash with a little vegetable oil and spread out onto a baking tray. Sprinkle with salt and roast until the cubes begin to brown, about 20 minutes. Remove from oven.
1b If boiling Put 4 cups of water into a medium-sized pot and add the bay leaves. Bring to a simmer. Add the squash to the pot. Boil, covered for 10 minutes. Drain.
2 Heat a large sauté pan over medium-high heat and toast the walnuts. Stir frequently or they will burn. Once they they start to brown, and you can smell the aroma of toasted walnuts, remove from heat.
3 Melt the butter in the pan with the walnuts over medium-high heat. Toss the walnuts to coat with butter, then add the squash. Toss them to coat with butter.
4 Add the grated ginger, vanilla extract, black pepper, a little salt and dried thyme and toss once more. Turn off the heat and squeeze some lemon juice over everything. Taste for salt and lemon and add more to taste. If you want this to be a bit more luxurious, mix in another tablespoon of butter or two before serving.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/butternut_squash_with_walnuts_and_vanilla/#ixzz3IVT31ru8

FRESHLY MILLED GRAINS, POUND CAKEs, LIMITED SATSUMAS & CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE...




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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
NOVEMBER:
Fridays & Saturdays…
Nov.21st/Nov.22nd
Nov. 28th/ Nov. 29th – THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY- NO MARKET

DECEMBER:
THURSDAY, DEC. 4th, DOTHAN NURSERIES & MARKET AT DOTHAN
CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE & FARMERS MARKET
3pm – Until,
VENDORS ONSITE
(NO ONLINE ORDERING)
Friday, Dec.12th / Saturday, Dec. 13th – Online Pickup (Last Online Market 2014 Season)

THE BREAD LADY
Freshly milled flour made from whole grains. Specify number of cups and kind of grain—hard white wheat, hard red wheat, soft white wheat, buckwheat, spelt, barley, or rye.

KARL’S GERMAN BAKERY
***New*** Karl’s German Bakery, KARISTA POUND CAKES, CREAM CHEESE & SOUR CREAM. Fine ingredients, no preservatives!

Karl’s authentic German breads are made from old world family recipes with their own rye sour (a perpetual sour, specially developed and nurtured by Karl himself!). All of Karl’s breads are baked Hearth Style (Artisan) using no pans and no pan grease which can alter the taste. This unique and historic baking process creates a natural bread flavor crust. See all of Karl’s artisan breads listed under Farmers Daughters Co-Op.

SATSUMAS….
LIMITED AVAILABILITYONSITE ONLY, Friday, 11/21, Pine Top Farm will try to have a limited amount of SATSUMAS weather & ripening permitted! Online Customers will have 1st Priority BUT quantity limited per customer. Watch for update via email & Facebook page. Thank you for your patience!

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message. EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

BUTTERNUT SQUASH with WALNUTS & VANILLA
Yield: Serves 4.
We’re using butternut squash for this dish, but you could easily use kabocha squash instead, or any firm, easy-to-peel, winter squash. You can either boil or roast the squash, directions are given for both methods.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
1 butternut squash, about 2 pounds, peeled, seeds removed, flesh cut into 1-inch cubes (see how to cut and peel a butternut squash)
3 bay leaves (if boiling the squash)
Salt
1 heaping cup of walnuts (can substitute pecans or pine nuts)
2-3 Tbsp butter
2 teaspoons grated ginger
1-2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
Black pepper to taste
Method
1a If roasting Preheat oven to 400°F. Coat the cubed squash with a little vegetable oil and spread out onto a baking tray. Sprinkle with salt and roast until the cubes begin to brown, about 20 minutes. Remove from oven.
1b If boiling Put 4 cups of water into a medium-sized pot and add the bay leaves. Bring to a simmer. Add the squash to the pot. Boil, covered for 10 minutes. Drain.
2 Heat a large sauté pan over medium-high heat and toast the walnuts. Stir frequently or they will burn. Once they they start to brown, and you can smell the aroma of toasted walnuts, remove from heat.
3 Melt the butter in the pan with the walnuts over medium-high heat. Toss the walnuts to coat with butter, then add the squash. Toss them to coat with butter.
4 Add the grated ginger, vanilla extract, black pepper, a little salt and dried thyme and toss once more. Turn off the heat and squeeze some lemon juice over everything. Taste for salt and lemon and add more to taste. If you want this to be a bit more luxurious, mix in another tablespoon of butter or two before serving.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/butternut_squash_with_walnuts_and_vanilla/#ixzz3IVT31ru8

UPDATE: COLLARDS, SPROUTS, HORTON & SUGAR JUNKIE, ORDER BY 5p TODAY...




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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

UPDATE, UPDATE, UPDATE
PRICELESS HEALTH added COLLARDS, SPROUTS: SUNFLOWER & SPICY, GREENHOUSE MIX! Lots of ARUGULAYUM :)
THE SUGAR JUNKIE is BACK! Miranda will be moving soon so get her delicious baked goods…Cookies, Breads & Hand Pies while available! Ordering ENDS @ 5p TODAY!
HORTON FARM has all products available this week, including TENDER. SALAD GREENS!

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
WEEKLY MARKET IS BACK, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS for HOLIDAYS!!!

NOVEMBER:
Fridays & Saturdays…
Nov.14th /Nov. 15th
Nov.21st/Nov.22nd
NO MARKET Nov. 28th/ Nov. 29th – THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

DECEMBER:
THURSDAY, Dec. 4th, Dothan Nurseries Christmas Open House, 3pm – Until, Vendors Onsite (NO ONLINE ORDERING)
Friday, Dec.12th / Saturday, Dec. 13th – Online Pickup (Last Online Market 2014 Season)

WELCOME KARL’S BAKERY
Just in time for leftover turkey sandwiches!!!

Karl’s authentic German breads are made from old world family recipes with their own rye sour (a perpetual sour, specially developed and nurtured by Karl himself!). All of Karl’s breads are baked Hearth Style (Artisan) using no pans and no pan grease which can alter the taste. This unique and historic baking process creates a natural bread flavor crust. See all of Karl’s artisan breads listed under Farmers Daughters Co-Op.

SATSUMAS….
COMING SOON…Ripening SLOWLY but surely…Will make available as soon as grower picks! Watch for update via email & Facebook page.

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message. EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

BUTTERNUT SQUASH with WALNUTS & VANILLA
Yield: Serves 4.
We’re using butternut squash for this dish, but you could easily use kabocha squash instead, or any firm, easy-to-peel, winter squash. You can either boil or roast the squash, directions are given for both methods.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
1 butternut squash, about 2 pounds, peeled, seeds removed, flesh cut into 1-inch cubes (see how to cut and peel a butternut squash)
3 bay leaves (if boiling the squash)
Salt
1 heaping cup of walnuts (can substitute pecans or pine nuts)
2-3 Tbsp butter
2 teaspoons grated ginger
1-2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
Black pepper to taste
Method
1a If roasting Preheat oven to 400°F. Coat the cubed squash with a little vegetable oil and spread out onto a baking tray. Sprinkle with salt and roast until the cubes begin to brown, about 20 minutes. Remove from oven.
1b If boiling Put 4 cups of water into a medium-sized pot and add the bay leaves. Bring to a simmer. Add the squash to the pot. Boil, covered for 10 minutes. Drain.
2 Heat a large sauté pan over medium-high heat and toast the walnuts. Stir frequently or they will burn. Once they they start to brown, and you can smell the aroma of toasted walnuts, remove from heat.
3 Melt the butter in the pan with the walnuts over medium-high heat. Toss the walnuts to coat with butter, then add the squash. Toss them to coat with butter.
4 Add the grated ginger, vanilla extract, black pepper, a little salt and dried thyme and toss once more. Turn off the heat and squeeze some lemon juice over everything. Taste for salt and lemon and add more to taste. If you want this to be a bit more luxurious, mix in another tablespoon of butter or two before serving.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/butternut_squash_with_walnuts_and_vanilla/#ixzz3IVT31ru8

WELCOME KARL'S BAKERY & A LOCAL THANKSGIVING... New Products!




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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
WEEKLY MARKET IS BACK, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS for HOLIDAYS!!!

NOVEMBER:
Fridays & Saturdays…
Nov.14th /Nov. 15th
Nov.21st/Nov.22nd
NO MARKET Nov. 28th/ Nov. 29th – THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

DECEMBER:
THURSDAY, Dec. 4th, Dothan Nurseries Christmas Open House, 3pm – Until, Vendors Onsite (NO ONLINE ORDERING)
Friday, Dec.12th / Saturday, Dec. 13th – Online Pickup (Last Online Market 2014 Season)

WELCOME KARL’S BAKERY
Just in time for leftover turkey sandwiches!!!

Karl’s authentic German breads are made from old world family recipes with their own rye sour (a perpetual sour, specially developed and nurtured by Karl himself!). All of Karl’s breads are baked Hearth Style (Artisan) using no pans and no pan grease which can alter the taste. This unique and historic baking process creates a natural bread flavor crust. See all of Karl’s artisan breads listed under Farmers Daughters Co-Op.

SATSUMAS….
COMING SOON…Ripening SLOWLY but surely…Will make available as soon as grower picks! Watch for update via email & Facebook page.

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message. EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

BUTTERNUT SQUASH with WALNUTS & VANILLA
Yield: Serves 4.
We’re using butternut squash for this dish, but you could easily use kabocha squash instead, or any firm, easy-to-peel, winter squash. You can either boil or roast the squash, directions are given for both methods.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
1 butternut squash, about 2 pounds, peeled, seeds removed, flesh cut into 1-inch cubes (see how to cut and peel a butternut squash)
3 bay leaves (if boiling the squash)
Salt
1 heaping cup of walnuts (can substitute pecans or pine nuts)
2-3 Tbsp butter
2 teaspoons grated ginger
1-2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
Black pepper to taste
Method
1a If roasting Preheat oven to 400°F. Coat the cubed squash with a little vegetable oil and spread out onto a baking tray. Sprinkle with salt and roast until the cubes begin to brown, about 20 minutes. Remove from oven.
1b If boiling Put 4 cups of water into a medium-sized pot and add the bay leaves. Bring to a simmer. Add the squash to the pot. Boil, covered for 10 minutes. Drain.
2 Heat a large sauté pan over medium-high heat and toast the walnuts. Stir frequently or they will burn. Once they they start to brown, and you can smell the aroma of toasted walnuts, remove from heat.
3 Melt the butter in the pan with the walnuts over medium-high heat. Toss the walnuts to coat with butter, then add the squash. Toss them to coat with butter.
4 Add the grated ginger, vanilla extract, black pepper, a little salt and dried thyme and toss once more. Turn off the heat and squeeze some lemon juice over everything. Taste for salt and lemon and add more to taste. If you want this to be a bit more luxurious, mix in another tablespoon of butter or two before serving.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/butternut_squash_with_walnuts_and_vanilla/#ixzz3IVT31ru8

NEW HOLIDAY SCHEDULE!




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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
Effective NOVEMBER 7th, WEEKLY MARKET IS BACK, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS for HOLIDAYS!!!

NOVEMBER: Fridays & Saturdays
Nov. 7th /Nov. 8th – NEXT PICK UP (order 10/25 through 11/4, 5pm)
Nov.14th /Nov. 15th
Nov.21st/Nov.22nd
NO MARKET Nov. 28th/ Nov. 29th – THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

DECEMBER:
THURSDAY, Dec. 4th, Dothan Nurseries Christmas Open House (NO ONLINE ORDERING)
Friday, Dec.12th / Saturday, Dec. 13th

SATSUMAS….COMING SOON…Will make available as soon as grower picks! Watch for update via email & Facebook page.

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message. EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

ONE POT KALE & QUINOA PILAF
2 cups salted water
1 cup quinoa
1 bunch lacinato kale, washed and chopped into 1" lengths
1 meyer lemon, zested and juiced
2 scallions, minced
1 tablespoon toasted walnut oil
3 tablespoons toasted pine nuts
1/4 cup crumbled goat cheese
salt and pepper
Bring the water to a boil in a covered pot. Add the quinoa, cover, and lower the heat until it is just enough to maintain a simmer. Let simmer for 10 minutes, then top with the kale and re-cover. Simmer another 5 minutes, then turn off the heat and allow to steam for 5 more minutes. While the quinoa is cooking, take a large serving bowl and combine half of the lemon juice (reserving the other half), all of the lemon zest, scallions, walnut oil (you can substitute olive oil if you desire), pine nuts, and goat cheese. Check the quinoa and kale when the cooking time has completed — the water should have absorbed, and the quinoa will be tender but firm, and the kale tender and bright green. If the quinoa still has a hard white center, you can steam a bit longer (adding more water if needed). When the quinoa and kale are done, fluff the pilaf, and tip it into the waiting bowl with the remaining ingredients. As the hot quinoa hits the scallions and lemon it should smell lovely. Toss to combine, seasoning with salt and pepper, and the remaining lemon juice if needed.

UPDATE: NEW PRODUCTS ADDED...




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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News


NEW PRODUCTS STOCKEDORDER BY TUESDAY, OCT. 21st, 5PM…
Horton Farms – Tender Gourmet Salas Greens, Napa Cabbage, Red Russian Kale
Priceless Health – Arugula, Peppers, Peas
Charters- Saigon Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cloves
The Sugar Junkie- Pumpkin Loaf, PB&J Loaf

WELCOME
Please Welcome Sandy Valley Farms to Market At Dothan! Scotty grows beautiful and delicious produce naturally without synthetic chemicals. Only their best produce is brought to the market!

FALL GREENS, PERSIMMONS & POMEGRANITES
Turnips, Kale, Swiss Chard, Arugula… Great greens for braising, juicing, sautéing and tossing. Eat local greens, grown without synthetic chemicals.
MARYS PEEPS has Fall Fruit…Persimmons & Pomegranites…

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message.
EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

ONLINE ORDERSPICK UP 2ND & 4TH FRIDAYs/SATURDAYsEACH MONTH:

October 24th/25th

TODD FARMS is available as a weekly farmers market for Market At Dothan customers and vendors.

SATSUMAS….COMING NOVEMBER 7th to TODD FARMS

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

ONE POT KALE & QUINOA PILAF
2 cups salted water
1 cup quinoa
1 bunch lacinato kale, washed and chopped into 1" lengths
1 meyer lemon, zested and juiced
2 scallions, minced
1 tablespoon toasted walnut oil
3 tablespoons toasted pine nuts
1/4 cup crumbled goat cheese
salt and pepper
Bring the water to a boil in a covered pot. Add the quinoa, cover, and lower the heat until it is just enough to maintain a simmer. Let simmer for 10 minutes, then top with the kale and re-cover. Simmer another 5 minutes, then turn off the heat and allow to steam for 5 more minutes. While the quinoa is cooking, take a large serving bowl and combine half of the lemon juice (reserving the other half), all of the lemon zest, scallions, walnut oil (you can substitute olive oil if you desire), pine nuts, and goat cheese. Check the quinoa and kale when the cooking time has completed — the water should have absorbed, and the quinoa will be tender but firm, and the kale tender and bright green. If the quinoa still has a hard white center, you can steam a bit longer (adding more water if needed). When the quinoa and kale are done, fluff the pilaf, and tip it into the waiting bowl with the remaining ingredients. As the hot quinoa hits the scallions and lemon it should smell lovely. Toss to combine, seasoning with salt and pepper, and the remaining lemon juice if needed.

PLEASE WELCOME...FALL GREENS, PERSIMMONS & POMEGRANITES...




Market At Dothan_Eating Locally, Year Round

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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

WELCOME
Please Welcome Sandy Valley Farms to Market At Dothan! Scotty grows beautiful and delicious produce naturally without synthetic chemicals. Only their best produce is brought to the market!

FALL GREENS, PERSIMMONS & POMEGRANITES
Turnips, Kale, Swiss Chard, Arugula… Great greens for braising, juicing, sautéing and tossing. Eat local greens, grown without synthetic chemicals.
MARYS PEEPS has Fall Fruit…Persimmons & Pomegranites…

#SHOPLOCAL
PLEASE SUPPORT these LOCAL businesses! “It’s not hard to support your local economy. Just shift your spending to local independents. Every bit counts.” #ShopLocal. Order Online @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message.
EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

ONLINE ORDERSPICK UP 2ND & 4TH FRI./SAT. EACH MONTH.
Fall schedule will be:
FRIDAYs/SATURDAYs

October 24th/25th
November 14th/15th – 2nd Weekend ONLY!
December 12th/13th – 2nd Weekend ONLY!

TODD FARMS is available as a weekly farmers market for Market At Dothan customers and vendors.

SATSUMAS….COMING NOVEMBER 7th to TODD FARMS

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
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Farm to Table Recipes

ONE POT KALE & QUINOA PILAF
2 cups salted water
1 cup quinoa
1 bunch lacinato kale, washed and chopped into 1" lengths
1 meyer lemon, zested and juiced
2 scallions, minced
1 tablespoon toasted walnut oil
3 tablespoons toasted pine nuts
1/4 cup crumbled goat cheese
salt and pepper
Bring the water to a boil in a covered pot. Add the quinoa, cover, and lower the heat until it is just enough to maintain a simmer. Let simmer for 10 minutes, then top with the kale and re-cover. Simmer another 5 minutes, then turn off the heat and allow to steam for 5 more minutes. While the quinoa is cooking, take a large serving bowl and combine half of the lemon juice (reserving the other half), all of the lemon zest, scallions, walnut oil (you can substitute olive oil if you desire), pine nuts, and goat cheese. Check the quinoa and kale when the cooking time has completed — the water should have absorbed, and the quinoa will be tender but firm, and the kale tender and bright green. If the quinoa still has a hard white center, you can steam a bit longer (adding more water if needed). When the quinoa and kale are done, fluff the pilaf, and tip it into the waiting bowl with the remaining ingredients. As the hot quinoa hits the scallions and lemon it should smell lovely. Toss to combine, seasoning with salt and pepper, and the remaining lemon juice if needed.

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VENDORS MAKING NEWS: Working Cows Dairy & Charters Spices & Oils…
Working Cows Dairy…receives Animal Welfare Certificate! Great article in Dothan Eagle…here is an excerpt:
“Grass is all the cows at Working Cows Dairy eat. And that pasture-based diet led the Slocomb dairy farm to receive certification from Animal Welfare Approved, an independent body that audits and certifies farms that raises animals under animal welfare standards, outdoors on a pasture or range. The certification allows the dairy to add the Animal Welfare Approved food label to their products.”

Charters Spices & Oil…Congrats Linda & thanks for adding spice to our life! Great article in the Dothan Eagle, here’s an excerpt:
“At Charter Spices and Oils, DeFord sells everything from sea salts to curry powders and meat rubs in small bags so customers can take them home and try them before investing in a full supply. DeFord opened her specialty spice, oil and vinegar store in January.”

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DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS
Now accepting Debit & Credit cards @ Market at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message.
EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

CONGRATS
Barbara J. winner of MARYS PEEPS SEPTEMBER GIVEAWAY! Thanks BARBARA for being a LOYAL customer…we appreciate your support of local food!

ONLINE ORDERS…2ND & 4TH FRI./SAT. EACH MONTH.
Fall schedule will be:
FRIDAYs/SATURDAYs

October 10th/11th & 24th/25th
November 14th/15th – 2nd Weekend ONLY!
December 12th – FRI. ONLY!

Next Market At Dothan Online Order Pick Up FRIDAYS @Dothan Nurseries & SATURDAYS @TODD FARMS:
OCTOBER 10th & 11th

TODD FARMS is available as a weekly farmers market for Market At Dothan customers and vendors.

Every Saturday through November 22nd.

*October 11th, SKYCRUISE HOT AIR BALLOON RIDES (TETHERED).

*October 11th will feature
FRIENDS of VIVIAN B. ADAMS SCHOOLPUMPKIN PATCH.

*Starting November 7th, SATSUMAS.

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!! Your commitment to year round, sustainably grown, locally produced foods is critical to a strong local food economy! Thank YOU!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
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Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
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Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
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Farm to Table Recipes

“Eggplant parmesan is one of those great Italian comfort foods—a layered casserole much like lasagna but with slices of globe eggplant taking the place of pasta.
The two things to keep in mind when cooking eggplant, especially firm globe eggplants, is that not only do eggplants hold onto moisture, they also absorb oil like a sponge. So if you’re not careful you can end up with something mushy and oily.
In this recipe, to tackle the first challenge we lightly salt the raw eggplant slices and let them sit out for a while. The salt helps draw moisture out of the eggplant. To deal with the oil absorption issue, instead of frying the breaded eggplant slices, we bake them in the oven, before assembling the casserole to be baked again.
The result? Wonderful! Cheesy, tomato-y eggplant parmesan that doesn’t weigh you down with too much water or oil.” Simply Recipes

Eggplant Parmesan Recipe
Yield: Serves 8
First cut the eggplant and salt the eggplant rounds. Then prep the rest of the ingredients while the eggplant rounds are releasing their moisture.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
2 1/4 lbs (about 2 large) eggplants
1 teaspoon kosher salt
 
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 clove minced garlic (about 1 teaspoon)
1 28-oz can whole peeled tomatoes (preferably San Marzano), tomatoes diced, reserve juices
1/2 cup finely chopped fresh basil
Kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
 
1 1/2 cups breadcrumbs
1 1/4 cups grated Parmesan cheese, divided
3/4 cup flour
4 eggs, beaten (more if needed)
1/4 cup olive oil (plus more to oil the sheet pans)
1 1/2 pounds fresh mozzarella, sliced into 1/4-inch slices
Method

1 Slice the eggplants into 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch thick rounds. Lay the eggplant slices out on a rack over a rimmed sheet pan (or on several layers of paper towels). Sprinkle both sides of the eggplant rounds lightly with salt. Let the eggplant rounds sit and release moisture for 2 hours.
 
2 Heat 1 Tbsp olive oil in a 4-quart saucepan on medium heat. Add the minced garlic and gently cook for 1 minute or until fragrant. Add the tomatoes and their juices. Increase heat to bring to a simmer, lower heat to maintain a very low simmer for 15 minutes, uncovered. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add the minced basil and remove from heat.
3 Combine 1 1/2 cups of breadcrumbs with 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese, and place in a shallow bowl or rimmed dish. Set up your station so that you have flour in one shallow bowl, beaten eggs in another bowl, and the breadcrumb cheese mixture in another, in that order.
   
4 Preheat the oven to 425°F. Spread a tablespoon of olive oil each over the bottom of two rimmed baking sheet pans. Pat dry the eggplant slices with paper towels. Working one at a time dredge the eggplant slices first in the flour, then dip in the beaten eggs, and then dredge in the breadcrumb parmesan cheese mixture. Place on oiled sheet pan. Drizzle a little oil over the top of each breaded eggplant round.

5 Place breaded prepared eggplant slices in the oven. Cook for 18 to 20 minutes, turning the slices over at the half-way point, until they are nicely browned. Remove from oven, and let cool to touch.
 
6 Spread 1/2 cup of the tomato sauce over the bottom of a 9×13-inch casserole dish. Place a third of the eggplant rounds in a single layer covering the sauce on the bottom of the pan.
 
Layer half of the sliced mozzarella on top of the eggplant rounds. Sprinkle 1/3 cup of grated Parmesan cheese.
Place another third of the eggplant rounds over the cheese. Spread 1 cup of the sauce over the eggplant rounds. Layer the rest of the sliced mozzarella over the sauce. Sprinkle with 1/3 cup of grated Parm.
 
Add the remaining eggplant in a single layer on top of the cheese. Top with the remaining sauce and the remaining Parmesan.

7 Bake uncovered at 350°F for 35 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit for 10 minutes before cutting into to serve.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/eggplant_parmesan/#ixzz3CZKSsxni

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HIP TO USE SQUARE

Market At Dothan is now accepting DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS at Dothan Nurseries & Todd Farms when you PICK UP your order. Using SQUARE, is a FLEXIBLE payment option that allows you to get receipts via email or text message.
EASY & CONVENIENT way to pay!

CONGRATS
Patrice M. winner of MARYS PEEPS AUGUST GIVEAWAY! Thanks PATRICE for being a LOYAL customer…we appreciate your support of local food!

ONLINE ORDERS…2ND & 4TH FRI./SAT. EACH MONTH.
Fall schedule will be:
FRIDAYs/SATURDAYs
September 26th/27th
October 10th/11th & 24th/25th
November 14th/15th – 2nd Weekend ONLY!
December 12th – FRI. ONLY!

Next Market At Dothan Online Order Pick Up FRIDAYS @Dothan Nurseries & SATURDAYS @TODD FARMS:
SEPTEMBER, 26th/27th

TODD FARMS is available as a weekly farmers market for Market At Dothan customers and vendors.

Every Saturday through November 22nd.

*September 20th & October 11th, SKYCRUISE HOT AIR BALLOON RIDES (TETHERED).

*October will feature
FRIENDS of VIVIAN B. ADAMS SCHOOLPUMPKIN PATCH.

*Starting November 7th, SATSUMAS.

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

“Eggplant parmesan is one of those great Italian comfort foods—a layered casserole much like lasagna but with slices of globe eggplant taking the place of pasta.
The two things to keep in mind when cooking eggplant, especially firm globe eggplants, is that not only do eggplants hold onto moisture, they also absorb oil like a sponge. So if you’re not careful you can end up with something mushy and oily.
In this recipe, to tackle the first challenge we lightly salt the raw eggplant slices and let them sit out for a while. The salt helps draw moisture out of the eggplant. To deal with the oil absorption issue, instead of frying the breaded eggplant slices, we bake them in the oven, before assembling the casserole to be baked again.
The result? Wonderful! Cheesy, tomato-y eggplant parmesan that doesn’t weigh you down with too much water or oil.” Simply Recipes

Eggplant Parmesan Recipe
Yield: Serves 8
First cut the eggplant and salt the eggplant rounds. Then prep the rest of the ingredients while the eggplant rounds are releasing their moisture.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
2 1/4 lbs (about 2 large) eggplants
1 teaspoon kosher salt
 
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 clove minced garlic (about 1 teaspoon)
1 28-oz can whole peeled tomatoes (preferably San Marzano), tomatoes diced, reserve juices
1/2 cup finely chopped fresh basil
Kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
 
1 1/2 cups breadcrumbs
1 1/4 cups grated Parmesan cheese, divided
3/4 cup flour
4 eggs, beaten (more if needed)
1/4 cup olive oil (plus more to oil the sheet pans)
1 1/2 pounds fresh mozzarella, sliced into 1/4-inch slices
Method

1 Slice the eggplants into 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch thick rounds. Lay the eggplant slices out on a rack over a rimmed sheet pan (or on several layers of paper towels). Sprinkle both sides of the eggplant rounds lightly with salt. Let the eggplant rounds sit and release moisture for 2 hours.
 
2 Heat 1 Tbsp olive oil in a 4-quart saucepan on medium heat. Add the minced garlic and gently cook for 1 minute or until fragrant. Add the tomatoes and their juices. Increase heat to bring to a simmer, lower heat to maintain a very low simmer for 15 minutes, uncovered. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add the minced basil and remove from heat.
3 Combine 1 1/2 cups of breadcrumbs with 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese, and place in a shallow bowl or rimmed dish. Set up your station so that you have flour in one shallow bowl, beaten eggs in another bowl, and the breadcrumb cheese mixture in another, in that order.
   
4 Preheat the oven to 425°F. Spread a tablespoon of olive oil each over the bottom of two rimmed baking sheet pans. Pat dry the eggplant slices with paper towels. Working one at a time dredge the eggplant slices first in the flour, then dip in the beaten eggs, and then dredge in the breadcrumb parmesan cheese mixture. Place on oiled sheet pan. Drizzle a little oil over the top of each breaded eggplant round.

5 Place breaded prepared eggplant slices in the oven. Cook for 18 to 20 minutes, turning the slices over at the half-way point, until they are nicely browned. Remove from oven, and let cool to touch.
 
6 Spread 1/2 cup of the tomato sauce over the bottom of a 9×13-inch casserole dish. Place a third of the eggplant rounds in a single layer covering the sauce on the bottom of the pan.
 
Layer half of the sliced mozzarella on top of the eggplant rounds. Sprinkle 1/3 cup of grated Parmesan cheese.
Place another third of the eggplant rounds over the cheese. Spread 1 cup of the sauce over the eggplant rounds. Layer the rest of the sliced mozzarella over the sauce. Sprinkle with 1/3 cup of grated Parm.
 
Add the remaining eggplant in a single layer on top of the cheese. Top with the remaining sauce and the remaining Parmesan.

7 Bake uncovered at 350°F for 35 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit for 10 minutes before cutting into to serve.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/eggplant_parmesan/#ixzz3CZKSsxni

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Market At Dothan Locally Grown

How to contact us:’
Our Website: marketatdothan.locallygrown.net
Our Email:2farmersdaughters@gmail.com
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarketAtDothan

Market News

ONLINE ORDERS…2ND & 4TH FRI./SAT. EACH MONTH.
Fall schedule will be:
FRIDAYs/SATURDAYs
September 12th/13th & 26th/27th
October 10th/11th & 24th/25th
November 14th/15th – 2nd Weekend ONLY!
December 12th – FRI. ONLY!

Next Market At Dothan Online Order Pick Up FRIDAYS @Dothan Nurseries & SATURDAYS @TODD FARMS:
SEPTEMBER 12th/13th & 26th/27th

“If nothing ever changed, there’d be no butterflies”
~ Unknown

TODD FARMS is available as a weekly farmers market for Market At Dothan customers and vendors. There are 12 Saturdays for the Fall season through November 22nd. September will feature SKYCRUISE HOT AIR BALLOON RIDES (TETHERED). October will feature “FRIENDS of VIVIAN B. ADAMS SCHOOLPUMPKIN PATCH. November will feature SATSUMAS.

THANK YOU”…
To our customers who have become friends and friends who have become customers, we appreciate your Support, Trust and Referrals!!!

PICK YOURLOCATION”…FRIDAYS OR SATURDAYSWHEN YOU ORDER

4 EASY CLICKS…HERE’S HOW:
Click #1: Add To Shopping Cart
Click #2: Proceed To Checkout
Click #3: PLEASE CHOOSE A “PICK Up LOCATION:”
FRIDAYS @ DOTHAN NURSERIES OR SATURDAYS @ TODD FARMS
Click #4: Place This Order

EASY & CONVENIENT Online Ordering @
www.MarketAtDothan.locallygrown.net

Farm to Table Recipes

“Eggplant parmesan is one of those great Italian comfort foods—a layered casserole much like lasagna but with slices of globe eggplant taking the place of pasta.
The two things to keep in mind when cooking eggplant, especially firm globe eggplants, is that not only do eggplants hold onto moisture, they also absorb oil like a sponge. So if you’re not careful you can end up with something mushy and oily.
In this recipe, to tackle the first challenge we lightly salt the raw eggplant slices and let them sit out for a while. The salt helps draw moisture out of the eggplant. To deal with the oil absorption issue, instead of frying the breaded eggplant slices, we bake them in the oven, before assembling the casserole to be baked again.
The result? Wonderful! Cheesy, tomato-y eggplant parmesan that doesn’t weigh you down with too much water or oil.” Simply Recipes

Eggplant Parmesan Recipe
Yield: Serves 8
First cut the eggplant and salt the eggplant rounds. Then prep the rest of the ingredients while the eggplant rounds are releasing their moisture.
Save Recipe
Ingredients
2 1/4 lbs (about 2 large) eggplants
1 teaspoon kosher salt
 
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 clove minced garlic (about 1 teaspoon)
1 28-oz can whole peeled tomatoes (preferably San Marzano), tomatoes diced, reserve juices
1/2 cup finely chopped fresh basil
Kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
 
1 1/2 cups breadcrumbs
1 1/4 cups grated Parmesan cheese, divided
3/4 cup flour
4 eggs, beaten (more if needed)
1/4 cup olive oil (plus more to oil the sheet pans)
1 1/2 pounds fresh mozzarella, sliced into 1/4-inch slices
Method

1 Slice the eggplants into 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch thick rounds. Lay the eggplant slices out on a rack over a rimmed sheet pan (or on several layers of paper towels). Sprinkle both sides of the eggplant rounds lightly with salt. Let the eggplant rounds sit and release moisture for 2 hours.
 
2 Heat 1 Tbsp olive oil in a 4-quart saucepan on medium heat. Add the minced garlic and gently cook for 1 minute or until fragrant. Add the tomatoes and their juices. Increase heat to bring to a simmer, lower heat to maintain a very low simmer for 15 minutes, uncovered. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add the minced basil and remove from heat.
3 Combine 1 1/2 cups of breadcrumbs with 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese, and place in a shallow bowl or rimmed dish. Set up your station so that you have flour in one shallow bowl, beaten eggs in another bowl, and the breadcrumb cheese mixture in another, in that order.
   
4 Preheat the oven to 425°F. Spread a tablespoon of olive oil each over the bottom of two rimmed baking sheet pans. Pat dry the eggplant slices with paper towels. Working one at a time dredge the eggplant slices first in the flour, then dip in the beaten eggs, and then dredge in the breadcrumb parmesan cheese mixture. Place on oiled sheet pan. Drizzle a little oil over the top of each breaded eggplant round.

5 Place breaded prepared eggplant slices in the oven. Cook for 18 to 20 minutes, turning the slices over at the half-way point, until they are nicely browned. Remove from oven, and let cool to touch.
 
6 Spread 1/2 cup of the tomato sauce over the bottom of a 9×13-inch casserole dish. Place a third of the eggplant rounds in a single layer covering the sauce on the bottom of the pan.
 
Layer half of the sliced mozzarella on top of the eggplant rounds. Sprinkle 1/3 cup of grated Parmesan cheese.
Place another third of the eggplant rounds over the cheese. Spread 1 cup of the sauce over the eggplant rounds. Layer the rest of the sliced mozzarella over the sauce. Sprinkle with 1/3 cup of grated Parm.
 
Add the remaining eggplant in a single layer on top of the cheese. Top with the remaining sauce and the remaining Parmesan.

7 Bake uncovered at 350°F for 35 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit for 10 minutes before cutting into to serve.

Read more: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/eggplant_parmesan/#ixzz3CZKSsxni