If you asked me if I’d like Chicken Liver Pate, I’d say no way. However, I made it using a fresh chicken liver from the poultry harvest using this recipe. Night after night, I found myself sneaking out of bed for a midnight snack of this stuff, right up until the jar was gone. Give it a try, you can halve or quarter the recipe but will need a good bottle of Madeira or Port to make it. Chicken livers aren’t just for giblet gravy anymore!
Today we share about the final pickup of the Springdell Summer CSA season. With the drought and all around crazy weather this year, we were still able to enjoy a full 20 weeks of amazing produce. We’ve known many local CSAs that not only had a rough yield, but also […]
My family usually does not do brussels sprouts. When I served this to my other half, he said “if you want me to eat more brussels sprouts, you can make me this anytime”! This one is easy to make over the course of a few days in quick 5 minute spurts. (Bake the cornbread, let it go stale, blanch the brussels sprouts and you’re ready for a quick and easy dish!) If using Four Star Farms corn meal from the farmstand, you can grind it a little smaller for an even better cornbread texture. It’s a keeper!
After one of the most challenging growing seasons our state has seen, we have made it all the way to our last pickup of the Springdell Summer CSA. We have enjoyed 20 full weeks of fresh, local produce. Our veggies were picked and our boxes were filled each week by […]
Habanero Jelly from my friend Mark. Hope you all enjoy!
Happy rainy Saturday, everyone! We’re not complaining, it’s a great time to finally see some rain! This has been such a busy week of cooking that we’ll get right too it. Leeks Potato Leek Soup Roasted Winter Squash Gratin Sauteed with Chicken Thighs Chicken Stock Carrots Carrot Slaw with Honey Mustard Dressing […]
This is a great way to use up your apples and it freezes to have autumn on your table any time of year.
OK guys, this share box is what I’ve been waiting for. Leeks, Brussels, Spaghetti Squash? Come on now, it screams fall and I love it. In comes soup season and warm comforting foods. Let’s take a look at what is in the share this week: Leeks Carrots Apples Potatoes Brussels […]
One of the articles includes a proposal for a well at the Westford Community Gardens!
Golden Hubbard tends to have a great consistency but can lack in flavor and sweetness. A little maple syrup goes a long way in bringing out the flavors of this lovely squash.