Contadino’s Pie: A Farmer’s Market Recipe

The Geeks partner up with Phoenix Public Market to bring you their Italian style Shepherd's Pie, Contadino's Pie! 2geekswhoeat.com #recipe #Italian #sponsoredAs promised, today we are sharing our first recipe in partnership with Phoenix Public Market, Contadino’s Pie! Each month we will share a recipe that utilizes ingredients primarily found at the farmer’s market. Recipes may also use ingredients commonly found at home (ie: milk, salt, flour, etc.). We have found that having a recipe in hand helps when shopping helps immensely (for more tips, take a peek at our Farmer’s Market Survival Guide).

For this recipe, we wanted to feature The Proper Beast‘s Sweet Italian Sausage. We really love their products and thought they would be perfect. With fall coming, we also wanted to make a recipe that was a bit heartier and great for cooler weather. With the lovely potatoes we found and all of the other veggies available, we decided to do an Italian style Shepherd’s Pie. The name Contadino’s Pie comes into play because a contadino is an Italian farmer.

We hope you enjoyed our first recipe, Contadino’s Pie! We can’t wait to create more recipes for the Phoenix Public Market. Here is where you come in though. We need to know what ingredients you want to see! Do you want more side dishes, main dishes, or something entirely different? We want to help you and this is how you can make that happen! Let us know in the comments below or using the hash tag #GeekEats!

*The Geeks have partnered with Phoenix Public Market for monthly recipes and have received Market Bucks to use towards the ingredients in this recipe; All opinions are wholly our own. View our Disclosure Policy for more info.

 

 

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The Geeks partner up with Phoenix Public Market to bring you their Italian style Shepherd's Pie, Contadino's Pie! 2geekswhoeat.com #recipe #Italian #sponsored

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