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

Warm Cranberry Vinaigrette

The big day is coming up next week, and to err on the side of caution I bought a bag of cranberries so I wouldn’t be short on Thanksgiving. And, of course, I immediately wanted to play with them.

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Spicy Slow Cooked Pulled Pork with Tomatillo Quinoa

I love this recipe because it’s simple, spicy and fairly hands off. Hello, easy meal when you don’t necessarily feel like cooking! The pork is crazy tender, and the quinoa is full of citrus flavor from the tomatillos. You could also serve the flavorful pork on nachos, sandwiches, or with…

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Summer Pasta with Asparagus and Mint

Mint is one of those things that you have, and kind of wonder what to do with. Sure, we all make mint juleps and maybe throw some fresh mint in brownies – but then what?

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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…