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

Perfect Hash Browns

For years when the urge for hash browns hit, I would just make oven roasted home fries. Hash browns can kind of be a pain. You have to use half a roll of paper towels to get the potatoes really dry, and who has time for that? Then over the…

Chicken leak gratin sized

Chicken, Potato and Leek Gratin

Do you have two chicken breasts? A couple of potatoes and a leek? Hello, delicious gratin! I’m madly in love with this dish, because even though there aren’t a lot of ingredients – it packs a wallop of flavor. I think Jedd would be psyched if I made this five…

french pork steam again

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…

chedddar dill gallete

Hot Weather Cooking Hacks: Stove Top Potato, Dill and Cheddar Galette

I’m the first to admit when I’m wrong. So, a couple of years ago when Jedd brought home a salad spinner and I complained about the space it took up and how we’d never use it – well – I was wrong. I love the thing. Especially when we get…

Spicy Farmers Market Homefries and Scallions

Spicy Farmers Market Homefries and Scallions

Tis the season to be drowning in produce, fa la la la la, la la la la. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! This week we had baby potatoes in our CSA and at the farmers market we scored with some MONGO scallions. They were so big that…