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18Dec2013

Yulekake, Norwegian Holiday Bread

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Yulekake, Norwegian Holiday Bread

A gift of yulekake is a gift of love, devotion, and it means that you are special enough to make someone put their kneading muscles on and bake a loaf, braid, or pan of rolls for you. Read More

30Jul2013

Squash Blossom Fritters!

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Squash Blossom Fritters!

You know you want them. You’ve seen them everywhere. They are as good as they look, and just as addictive as you’ve feared. We are proud to partner with area restaurants in the summer that feature our beautiful blossoms, particularly L’Amante, who has been our longest standing restaurant partner – 11 years and counting! Both Half Pint Farm and L’Amante and us are featured in the new cookbook by Tracey Medeiros called the Vermont Farm Table Cookbook… Read More

11Feb2013

Silver Chicken!

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Silver Chicken!

I eat a lot of Asian food in the winter. I am not sure what it is – perhaps it’s the promise of lots of veggies in the meal, perhaps it’s the super-satisfying hot, sour, salty and sweet tastes on my palate. Whatever it is, there’s something addictive and nourishing about Asian food. Take silver chicken, for example. It’s also known as foil chicken and it has all… Read More

15Oct2012

Cherry Tomato Ketchup

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Cherry Tomato Ketchup

This recipe was a complete revelation this summer! A farmers’ market customer alerted us to this great recipe, and we made it several times – it would be a great recipe to use up the rest of your cherry tomatoes this season!  Enjoy!

CHERRY TOMATO KETCHUP
NYT: By MELISSA CLARK, June 29, 2012

TOTAL TIME

40 minutes

    1Jul2012

    Grilled Lettuces!

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    Grilled Lettuces!

    Yes, I know. Lettuce and cooking sound like they should never be in the same sentence. That is… until you try them grilled. Then you wonder how could it be that you have never tried this before? It is crunchy, but toasty, refreshing and satisfying. Try with any head of lettuce that is crunchy: romaine, crisp, iceberg are all great candidates – save the Bostons, bibbs and… Read More

    5Jan2012

    Best Chile Paste Ever!

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    Best Chile Paste Ever!

    I have been told that I have a problem. It seems that I cannot eat a meal, except the occasional cereal or yogurt for breakfast, that doesn’t require some kind of heat. I’ll take anything, Tabasco, Sriracha, red chile flakes, the odd habañero sauce, even chile oil… Read More

    8Nov2011

    Caldo Verde

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    Caldo Verde

    When life presents you with too much kale, the sensible thing to do is to make a nice piping hot pot of Portuguese kale soup… Read More

    28Sep2011

    Zucchini Done Right

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    Zucchini Done Right

    I know, I know. By the end of the summer we are all a little zucchini-d out, and can hardly think of anything else we’d like to do with it. The usual repertoire of zucchini breads and all manner of grilled or roasted zucchinis have become tired and you are more than ready to call it a season where zucchini is concerned. But wait! Don’t let summer pass you by without one last one-skillet dish that will have you wishing you had done this all summer long. Let this be the dish that leaves you wanting more zucchini, and wishing your tired old squash plants have one more squash left in them. Read More

    10Jun2011

    Soufflés!

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    Soufflés!

    I must admit. I was skeptical. But then the adorable Julia Child entered the scene, and I got calm. Listen to me – repeat after me – “I can make a killer soufflé on the first try”… Read More

    7May2011

    Tinto de Verano

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    Tinto de Verano

    There is only one drink that I can say I truly feel giddy about. It is the classic Spanish cocktail/punch called Tinto de Verano, literally the “red wine of summer”. This is the drink that I always look forward to as my first out-on-the-deck-after-market cocktail, signaling so many things… Read More