What to do with Fiddleheads?

May 30 2015
Fiddleheads are an enigma. These unusual looking greens when handled properly in the kitchen can unleash a joyous culinary moment! Read on and see about the Fiddlehead Arugula Salad that YOU can make for your family, getting your kids excited about eating local food! Let us know how it goes! [continue reading]

Food on the Farm: Nurturing a Sense of Place with Local Food

Sep 18 2013
Some trends are great to follow—like the seasons! Seasonal food is fresh and fantastic, and when you work with nature it can be surprisingly easy to grow and prepare. This fall, The Trustees of Reservations are hosting a series of workshops focused on the foods of the season at Land of Providence on Main Street [continue reading]

Seasons at Our Table: Harvest Season

Nov 25 2012
Harvest Season Dinner on Thanksgiving Day is a meal when extended family and friends come together to celebrate and share the harvest.  It’s a holiday when we talk a lot about food, sharing cooking tips and family recipes.. and it’s the final season we’ll be featuring in our 3-part series, Seasons at Our Table. Taking [continue reading]

Two Fall Soups for Chilly Autumn Nights

Oct 1 2012
Fall Soups Tomatillo and Fresh Corn Soup We plant LOTS of tomatillos. One of our staple breakfasts is fried eggs, over easy, with salsa verde and Monterey jack melted on top. We can (and use!) dozens of jars each year. We also dehydrate tomatillo slices for winter use. If we’ve preserved all the salsa verde [continue reading]

Seasons at Our Table: Maple Sugar

May 8 2012
Maple Sugar Season At the beginning of Maple Sugar Season we invited our readers to share with us how Maple Sugar Season gets their family outdoors and participating in the harvest with their community. We also invited them to share their favorite recipe that they like to make for/with their family breakfast/brunch hour. The feedback [continue reading]

Seasons at Our Table: Maple Sugar

May 8 2012
Maple Sugar Season At the beginning of Maple Sugar Season we invited our readers to share with us how Maple Sugar Season gets their family outdoors and participating in the harvest with their community. We also invited them to share their favorite recipe that they like to make for/with their family breakfast/brunch hour. The feedback [continue reading]

Maple Dessert to Follow a Spring Dinner

Apr 2 2012
Maple Flan We were given some fresh eggs by a friend with chickens. The variety of colors, shapes, and sizes invite inspiration. Hmm … we have some Taproot Commons Farm raw milk to use up. Amy’s going to be happy tonight! Whatever we have for dinner, we are going to end our meal with creamy, [continue reading]

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