In a small, Northern Vermont Kitchen, we sate our appetites with homemade meals and a love of local ingredients.
Chocolate Blueberry Cookies 1

Chocolate Blueberry Cookies

I don’t have much of a sweet tooth. My obsessions run more toward tomatoes, because apparently I make no sense. But a couple of weeks ago when the temperature climbed back in the 90’s, (and it was too hot to turn the oven on) I woke up craving chocolate blueberry…

Plum salad 1

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.)


Chocolate Chip Cookies with Seasoned Salt

  The idea for these cookies came about like this: I was talking to our friend Steve on the phone, while we each were enjoying a cocktail. “So, I made something crazy good this week,” Steve said. “Oh yeah, what was it?” I asked. “Chocolate chip cookies with seasoned salt,” he…

Rhubarb horiz

Mom’s Rhubarb Crisp

When it comes to “tiny” kitchens, my parent’s camp in the 70’s won the gold star. Back when my folks converted my grandfather’s old shed into a little camp in the woods, the amenities were few. We had a cook stove, a fire pit, and a well. Evenings were spent…

Chocolate, Almond and Goji Berry Bars

Chocolate, Almond and Goji Berry Bars

I love almonds. But now with the drought in California, eating them is making me feel a wee bit guilty. One little almond consumes a gallon of water. And together, the almond crop gulps up 1.7 trillion gallons per year. Glug, glug, glug. So, I’m probably going to assuage my…