Adapted from a recipe by Felipe Rojas-Lombardi in THE ART OF SOUTH AMERICAN COOKING
Old-time Maine cookbooks say to add 1 cup frozen wild blueberries dusted with flour to your favorite gingerbread recipe.
The secret ingredient in this tasty condiment is the chef’s choice of local libation Enjoy this BBQ sauce on chicken, beef, rabbit and pork
This intensely flavored sorbet makes a refreshing dessert or the perfect taste-changer in an elegant meal
Store these nutrient dense snacks in the freezer and pack in the lunchbox for a quick return!
Delicious with beef or turkey also!
Wild Blueberry, Strawberry & Carrot Great source of fiber and nutrients! Tastes like candy!
Mix equal parts of this tasty mixer with sparkling water for a refreshing beverage, top a glass of Prosseco, or mix up a mean margarita. Go Wild!
Tequila not your libation? Try this with vodka. YUM!
These are the perfect bars to take to a picnic, or pack into the lunchbox. Top with Wild Blueberry Fruit Sauce for an elegant dessert.
Enjoy these delicious tacos for a quick lunch Serve with applesauce and roasted squash for supper
These delicious bars make a healthy breakfast snack. Enjoy them topped with coconut ice cream for dessert!
Don't be intimidated with this recipe, working with duck is easy...don't overcook and slice thinly when serving. Your family will be impressed with this chef-inspired meal.
This easy recipe is a rif on a high-end bakery product Go Wild! Try with different jam flavors!
Make two and freeze one! This nutritious and delicious beverage is perfect for a quick, on-the-go meal
This rif on the French classic garlic mayo will surprise you. Enjoy as a garnish for root veggie soups, as a sandwich spread, or a dip for veggies.
Freeze these tasty treats for a quick breakfast or snack
Delicious on a simple salad made with baby greens, apple and Fiore Dukkah
Power up your day my favorite way! A bowl of Wild Blueberries with Quill’s End Farm, full fat, Vanilla Jersey Milk Yogurt and a cup of 44 North Royal Tar French Press coffee. Full
Delicious way to fuel up on a winter's day!
A simple breakfast casserole that is prepped the night before and baked in the morning. This recipe serves four. For a big crowd, double the recipe and use a 9” x 13” pan