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

And this is when the getting gets good for summer produce. Between the CSA and the farmers market, I’ve had a constant grin. Gorgeous tomatoes filling three bowls on the table? Check. Bright purple onions? Check. Scallions longer than my arm? Check. Bags of basil bigger than my head (including…

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Greens, Greens and More Greens Pie

(We’re still doing a changeover to WordPress, and I’ve been lax about importing some older recipes. Note to self: Work faster on transferring old recipes! However, we received a reader request for this one. And it seems timely with all of the gorgeous greens in season. My oversight about getting…

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Szechuan Yellow Bean Slammers

Do you have gorgeous summer beans that need to be used? Do you like a lot of heat? Then you’re going to love this recipe. We really love it – not only for the flavor – but because it features Jedd’s first homegrown chili peppers.

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Ginger’s Grilled Sugar Plum Salad

(Note: In no way was this salad endorsed by Jedd’s Aunt Ginger. However, since she gave me the sugar plums, I felt like she deserved a shout out. That said, I think she’d like it.)

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Maple Wasabi Chicken Skewers

A few weeks ago, we received some maple syrup in our CSA basket, as a little bonus. The people who run it, are all sorts of awesome. Coincidentally Jedd was in Boston recently, and he hit a Korean grocery store. He brought me home all sorts of treats, including wasabi…