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

Slow Cooked Pork in Wine and Thyme

How to make a pork loin succulent and tender? Cook it in the slow cooker to create a delicious rustic French stew recipe. The combination of the white wine along with the root vegetables and thyme elevates this simple meal to make it perfect for company – or just a…

Sunday Afternoon Bloody Mary

Now that the hot weather is over, I can have a Bloody Mary again. Jedd is hard core, and will drink them even if it’s a 100-degrees in the apartment. But to me a Bloody Mary is definitely one of the many benefits of fall and winter. Here’s Jedd’s recipe….

Chipotle, Chocolate, Peanut and Papaya Bark

With the holidays coming up, I like to have crazy simple recipes in my little bag o’tricks. And it doesn’t get easier than this. The hardest thing is leveling the chocolate with an offset spatula. Which, as I’m sure you can imagine, isn’t difficult at all.

Blueberry and Goat Cheese Salad

The first time I made this salad, it was for a “beef party” we threw. I had just finished a big food writing job, and – hoo boy – did we have a lot of meat to eat. Chili, meatloaf, grilled steak with two sauces – yup. It was a…

Heirloom Tomato, Tomatillo and Scallion Flatbread

Well, here we are. It’s December 5th, and it’s dark as pitch by 4 p.m. Memories of summer produce are pretty much just that. A memory. Or, so I thought. And then yesterday I spotted heirloom tomatoes in the grocery store.