Summertime has arrived with this soup: just-picked corn, sweet yellow peppers and yellow cherry tomatoes make this chilled soup a refreshing switch-up from tradition. Serves 6-8 Good olive oil 1 bunch scallions (white part only), finely chopped 4 ears sweet corn, kernels removed 1 pt. yellow cherry tomatoes, halved 1 yellow sweet pepper, seeded and […]
According to Morning Glory Farm, there are two real secrets to exceptional corn
This recipe is adapted from Morning Glory Farm, and the Family that Feeds an Island. The chowder takes about 20 minutes to prep and then about 45 minutes of simmering and cooking, mostly unattended. Serves 6-8 6-8 ears farm-fresh summer corn 1 Tbls. good olive oil About 8 slices of good-quality bacon 4 med. sized […]
2 plus c. fresh sour cherries, pitted and halved 1 1/2 c. cake flour (try King Arthur’s Unbleached) 1 /1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 2 lg. eggs 3/4 c. sugar 3/4 c. unsalted butter, melted and cooled 1/3 c. milk 1 tsp. vanilla extract Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Butter (or grease) and […]
Cows, sheep, goats, and yaks(!) all provide milk for farmer’s (or farmer) cheese, a type of fresh, soft white cheese that is made all over the world.
Sometimes when it comes to cooking, we don’t need so much instruction. What we need are ideas. Raw is the coolest, lightest way to eat during the summer months.
Bok choy is not an everyday vegetable on most of of our shopping lists, but it is considered one of the top “superfoods” and is best in the spring and early summer
We are still shocked by the number of people who like to cook who have not heard of the book The Thrill of the Grill
A classic side dish for the grill. The dried beans make this dish stand-out. 1 pound dried pebble, navy, cattle, moro, tepary or yellow indian woman beans 1/2 c. molasses 1/4 c. brown sugar 2 c. ketchup 2 Tbls. Dijon mustard 1 sprig rosemary 2-3 slices bacon, optional Salt and freshly ground black pepper Soak […]