March is my favorite winter month…longer days, the sun is higher in the sky, and the winds that blow hold the promise of spring. Another sure sign of the changing season is the galvanized metal
Our friend Joe brought us over five pounds of Maine shrimp the other day. Bright pink and so fresh, they were almost quivering, it was our first mess of the season. Too young to peel,
Nothing elevates a simple meal like the perfect popover: crisp, brown crust on the outside with a hollow, moist, comforting middle. Popovers with jam for breakfast, popovers stuffed with Maine shrimp salad for lunch, popovers
Due to a variety of circumstances, it has been a month since I’ve checked our roots. Hundreds of pounds of carrots, turnips, cabbages, rutabegas, daikon, onions, celeraic, parsnips, apples and pears have been “sleeping” in
1 can cooked beans (black, white, kidney) 1 cup water or vegetable or chicken stock 1 jar Pasta & Pizza Sauce Combine ingredients in a soup pot on top of the stove. Bring the mixture
Try this “dessert” salad with local greens, oranges, nuts and cheese, dressed with Maine Wild Blueberry Dressing.
The sky is just starting to brighten as I tend my rabbits in the morning. They eagerly await my visit, leaping to snatch the apples, carrot peels and squash from my hand. Top the grain,
Broccoli Calzones are nutritional and nifty pockets that can easily be tucked into a lunch box. For a meal, serve with a green salad and fruit for dessert.
Spicy Beef and Beans is an easy recipe that folks of all ages can enjoy. To complete the meal, serve with corn chips or corn bread and a green salad.
MAINE LOBSTER PIZZA with Genovese Basil Pasta & Pizza Sauce
PIONEER SANDWICH A great use for leftover holiday turkey!
APPLESAUCE CAKE WITH LEMON GLAZE