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

Insanely Delicious Green Bean Toast

Jedd and I call this “Improbable Bread.” As in, there’s absolutely no reason why this should be as insanely good as it is. The ingredients are basic. We’ve tried it with both hearty artisanal breads and bland store bought baguette. And every single time it blows our collective minds. Give…

Spicy Sesame Asian Cabbage Noodle Salad

Holy, macaroni. It’s been hot in Vermont for the last few days. The cats won’t get off the floor, and just looking at the stove makes me wince. This is not the week juicy roast chicken, or au gratin potatoes. It is however, the week for cool and hearty salads…

Banana Espresso Muffins

Lately I’ve been keeping frozen bananas on hand nonstop. They’re perfect in smoothies, and for baking. Just let them thaw and BAM extra flavor. Also, we cat sat for our neighbor recently, and she gifted us some gorgeous chocolate covered espresso beans. Why should plain chocolate chips get all the…

Sundried Tomato and Herb Stuffed Pork

This couldn’t be easier to make. Scratch that. If someone cuts the meat in half for you, it could be a little easier. But other than that? Easy peasy. Just roughly chop gorgeous aromatics together with sundried tomatoes, and boom! Tie that baby together, and get it in a pan….

Celery and Potato Soup with Crispy Leeks

This soup couldn’t be easier or more delicious. It’s rich and creamy (with no cream), and loaded with herbs. Bonus: The crispy leeks are simple to make too! So, when you’re in the mood for a super quick lunch or dinner, give this soup a shot. It’s perfect for chilly…