Harvest Brunch recipes!

Tomato and Peach Salad with Corn and Feta (Wall Street Journal July 7-8 2012)
Panko bread crumbs
1/2 cup plus 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
Salt to taste
2 ears fresh corn, shucked
4 ripe heirloom tomatoes
4 large ripe peaches
1/2 cup thinly sliced shallot
3/4 cup sheep's milk feta crumbled
warm up 1/2 cup oil, add breadcrumbs and gently toast  (3 minutes) Transfer crumbs to paper towel lined plate and season with salt.
Slice corn kernels off the cob
Core tomatoes and pit peaches
Slice both into like size wedges
Place in large bowl with onion slivers and corn kernels
Add 6 tablespoons oil. Toss to combine
Plate mixture, crumble feta, drizzel some dressing left in bottom of bowl and scatter breadcrumbs overtop and serve.



Curried Coleslaw

1/2 c light mayonnaise
2 tbsp fresh lime juice
1 tbsp curry powder
5 c slice cabbage (1/2 lg head)
2 carrots (peeled, coarsely grated)
2 green onions (thinly sliced)
2 tbsp dried cranberries
1 small jalapeno
Whisk mayonnaise, lime juice and curry powder in large bowl to blend.  Add cabbage, carrots, green onions, cranberries and jalapeno and toss to blend.  Season to taste with salt and pepper.  (Can be prepared 2 hours ahead.  Cover and refrigerate.  Toss before serving.)
sent in from Reece Lyerly

Harvest Brunch


Gardening for Good

A great website showing community gardens around the area.  FCC Greenville is featured here.


beginning a new season



Community Garden grows!

FCC Members build new beds for the Community Garden.









 Greenville News Article - March 2011

Greenville News Article (3/11) pg. 2

FCC Children Looooove the strawberries!

 We welcome all from the community of neighbors to come and work a plot/bed of land.


  • Provide better food and nutrition for you and your family
  • Save on food costs
  • Increase sense of community
  • Increase awareness of the Earth and aspects of "being green"


  • Neighbors, friends, family


  • Vegetables and flowers


  • Individual families growing healthy foods for their family
  • First Christian Church is growing two beds of produce that will be donated to Project Host




Page 1 2