Tomatoes are the essence of summer and they don't last long. Check out these recipes for some new ways to process and eat tomatoes.Read More
Looking to go out of town in a flash? Want a quick meal after a hard day at work? Here is one way to make it happen fast: have a few favorite spice blends mixed and ready to go.Read More
Last weekend my husband and I threw a big party up in Polebridge. It was lots of fun. There were friends who made the trip from all over the place, and we soaked in the mountains of Glacier and ate a lot of good food.
And we had a lot of leftovers, when all was said and done. And not a lot of energy.Read More
This recipe really floored me. The thing that took the most time was rolling the pork into tiny balls. And I used two bok choy heads plus some mustard greens (didn't have spicy on hand so used Mizuna and tatsoi).Read More
When I see cauliflower on my CSA’s chalkboard, I am filled with joy. It is one of those vegetables that does so much in place of a starch. Sub it for rice, pizza crust, mashed potatoes, tots (just heard about that one!). . . The list goes on.Read More
A few weeks ago, I got this recipe from Ellie Costello, owner of Black Bear Soups (which you will find at the Clark Fork Farmers’ Market), director over at MUD, and former PEAS Farm caretaker. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of you still had scapes hanging out in your fridge, so I thought having another scape recipe would be a good idea. . . So here’s Ellie with a new twist on gazpacho—great for hot weather!Read More