Monthly Archives: February 2014
A recent freezer assessment has me longing for the late spring and the abundance of Basil. Somehow, there are only two containers of Pesto left in my freezer from my harvest last May and June. Thank goodness for the...
Carrot Cake There are very few desserts that I really love. This Old Fashioned Carrot Cake with a Buttermilk Glaze and Cream Cheese frosting is a favorite that I have been repeatedly requested to create over the past 20 years. ...
Oysters When it comes to choosing oysters for the first time, it is easy to be intimidated, especially if you live inland and are not sure what is available, or what to look for while shopping. All it takes...
Breakfast Are you in a rush but don’t want to eat another breakfast bar? I have a great idea for you on those hectic mornings when you want something more substantial but don’t have a lot of time. Let...
A bumble bee feeds on blueberry blooms As human beings, even the most sheltered of us know an awful lot about food. How could we not? We need it to survive, we interact with food multiple times a day,...
Casserole Casseroles are a delicious but not always the most exciting dish. Long-loved by busy American moms and dads hoping to get a satisfying dinner to their children without a ton of prep or cleaning, the casserole has been...
Deer Ragout Gamey tasting deer meat does not make a good meal! If you’re an avid deer hunter, or simply an avid lover of deer meat, you’ve probably had at least one piece of deer that left you with a...
Prepared Steak Feel like beef tonight? Good choice since beef is a source of high-quality protein. Besides being naturally tasty, it provides a number of important nutrients such as iron, zinc and B vitamins. If you’re thinking steak for...
Cookware If you are thinking of updating your kitchen to something more modern and have been considering purchasing induction cookware, there are a few things to consider. Here is a helpful checklist to help you to evaluate induction cookware before...
Fiddleheads Just what are fiddleheads anyway? Well, fiddleheads are the brand new fronds of a wild fern before they completely open up in the spring. They get their name because their curled head resembles that of a fiddle. Fiddleheads...
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