A recent field trip down the western side on Penobscot Bay to Portland convinced me that although the weather outside has been frightful, the longer days of spring mean more Maine produced food. Chickens and
Salads & Slaws
The Belgian endive nestled in a Four Season Farm basket at the Blue Hill farmer’s market was too tempting to pass up. The young, chicory plant that has been deprived of light to form a
Who doesn’t love a perfectly ripe, fresh tomato? Smell the earthy fresh aroma, see the evenly distributed color: bright red, orange or yellow. Squeeze your tomatoes and feel the flesh give just so slightly, and
“Try turmeric”, encouraged my friend Mary. “It will help with those gardening aches and pains.” Intrigued, I set you to do some culinary research. Turmeric, pronounced TER-muh-rikh, is the root of a ancient tropical plant
The basic components of a “dessert” salad are local greens, fruit, nuts and cheese. This “dessert” salad is made with local spinach, apples, nuts and cheese, and is dressed with Maine Wild Blueberry Dressing.
Use Basil Bean Bites or Carl’s Carrots & Cauliflower in this wicked Easy Pasta Salad!
This salad is a snap to make, and a delicious addition to a sandwich.
Thai cabbage slaw is a tasty addition to any supper and is packed with Vitamins C, K and A. One serving provides 4 grams of fiber!