Judy gave Tim her sourdough starter that she brought from California. He makes it weekly now. Maybe because it’s made with love, it is so delicious. Judy traded a loaf with Charles for a very valuable roll of TP. She also traded a loaf with Haynes for chili pepper seeds. They were pretty sweet deals,… [Read More]
This New Mexican stew is extra delicious on a stormy day! recipe…
Katie makes this from memory almost every week. She originally adapted this recipe from Susan Purdy. It’s either the maple that makes it so addictive, or that she uses her own cornmeal. 1/4 cup butter, melted (a half stick) 1 egg, lightly beaten 3/4 cup milk (or yoghurt, I like mixing the two) 1/2 cup… [Read More]
Red Lentil Tomato Pilaf, Stowe Farm favorite and delicious recipe, especially the caramelized onions!
Jicama Salad So many folks have asked us about this delicious jicama salad, it’s worth reposting. Our dear friend, Judy, made this ridiculously easy, refreshing dish with a kick. Click on the photo for the Recipe…. Only 4 ingredients! Not local, but worth the splurge.
Judy has been perfecting her already perfect (everyone at Stowe Farm’s opinion) whole wheat sourdough bread, baked in her wood burning bake oven tulikivi oven. It’s not easy to bake with whole wheat and have it turn out this melt-in-your mouth. Judy will be giving a workshop on bread making at our Open House on… [Read More]
To bid our friends, Jessica and Sean, a buon viaggio for their honeymoon in Tuscany, several of us made Tuscan dishes. Haynes made this unbelievably creamy melt-in-your-mouth dish. He made Florentine style Crespelle stuffed with ricotta and spinach and covered in bechamel. Crespelle are thin crepes that are usually filled then rolled or folded and… [Read More]
On a cold Friday winter evening, several of us huddled enthusiastically in the kitchen. What was all the buzz about? Inspired by the stories brought back by our friend Laura from her recent trip back to her home town in Italy, we gathered for an evening of our own Italian culinary adventure. Laura introduced the… [Read More]
This beautiful and delicious recipe is from Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbook, Plenty More. We never get tired of it, and made it again today! recipe… Ingredients• 1 small cauliflower, outer leaves removed, broken into 1 1/4-inch/3-cm florets (1 lb/450 g)• 1 medium red onion, peeled (6 oz/170 g)• 5 tbsp/75 ml olive oil• 1/2 tsp finely… [Read More]
Charles made a homemade sour cherry pie for Katywil potluck with cherries from his tree. It was delicious and disappeared in a flash!