We’ve had some strange days of weather recently. This photo isn’t the best, but in it you can see a rainbow, really dark clouds to the North over the lake, and you can tell that it is 100% sunny behind me by the way the trees are shining with light. Add to that some lightning and snow all in the same day and you can see what I mean – strange! But kind of beautiful, really… Continue reading
It’s a fun challenge to continuously find new ways of preparing the abundance of produce that appears this time of year.
After trying zucchini fritters recently, I’ve realized that they’re nothing new to kitchen pros, but they were new to me and now we’ve already made them several times. They’re delicious and a great way to use up some of that extra zucchini.
Here’s how you can get started with your own Zucchini Fritters! Continue reading
It’s really getting to be tomato time!
It is the most wonderful time of year for eating local foods! I just can’t believe how abundant things are at the market and in our garden. It’s delightful!
It’s also the time of year when people start wondering – what do I do with all this zucchini?! Luckily, blueberries are also plentiful at this time of year and the combination makes for a delicious and pretty nutritious muffin. Continue reading
It’s that time. Strawberries are here and what a relief it is to taste the delectably sweet, perfectly plump, thoroughly red flesh of one that is locally grown. I wait all year for strawberries to be like this. Does life get any finer? Continue reading
Have you spotted ramps while roaming through the forest or at your farmers’ market this year? They’re fun to cook with and fun to harvest.
We’re nearing the end of ramp season, but there’s still time to try this delicious recipe! Someone special recommended a version of it several months ago, and I was excited to finally have ramps around so that I could try it. It’s a great way to taste the season! Continue reading
Today I’m happy to announce the debut of a new ebook, Farm to Table Through the Year: 12 Months of Fresh Food From the Garden. This helpful book is a collection of growing tips, recipes, and inspiration for each of the 12 months of the year. Continue reading
Local cornmeal. Local flour. What should be local buttermilk (but instead is an attempt to use up a gifted half-bottle). What do you get?
Buttermilk corn muffins! Continue reading