In a small, Northern Vermont Kitchen, we sate our appetites with homemade meals and a love of local ingredients.
Avocado, Ancho and Cilantro Hummus

Avocado, Ancho and Cilantro Hummus

Summer is great for eating. Hello, Nature’s bounty! But the combination of hot weather and outdoor parties can leave me a little perplexed about what to bring to a barbecue or gathering by the lake. Dairy? Absolutely not. Pasta salad? Of course! However everyone brings those. (Literally. Everyone. I went…

Pea Shoot, Pea and Strawberry Salad

Pea Shoot, Pea and Strawberry Salad: The Most Summer Salad, That’s Ever Been Summer Salad-ed

I look at photos of summer produce, the way I look at vacation photos. “Ah, remember that?” And this is one of those dishes that I’m going to wistfully revisit in the dark of winter. Fresh pea shoots from the farmers market, fresh peas from the CSA, fresh strawberries from…

Spicy Asian Beef and Radish Stew

Spicy Asian Beef and Radish Stew

Recently we were inundated with radishes, which is never a problem. Radishes with butter and a little sea salt make one of the best summer snacks. But, it got to the point where it seemed like we just couldn’t make a dent in the pretty, purple, peppery, little guys taking…

Ham, Swiss Chard, Scrambled Eggs

A Breakfast Sandwich Hearty Enough For a Woodworker: Ham, Swiss Chard, Scrambled Eggs and Cheddar Sauce on an English Muffin

I think Jedd must burn like 4,000 calories a day, or something ridiculous like that. He can eat like a teenage boy, and his pants still fall off him. Woodworking is strenuous business, ya’ll. Also, he constantly forgets to eat. I think he actually weighs less at 43, than he…

Broken Noodle Salad

Hot Weather Cooking Hack: Broken Noodle Salad

Depending on where you live – man-oh-man – it’s been hot over the last week. I’m not ready for 90-plus degree days and humidity that makes the cats nap in the cool bathtub. So the other day when I was craving pasta salad and realized that I didn’t have anything…