Tag: freezer

Blueberry Port Reduction Sauce

The Blizzard of 2015 is over, leaving us under about two feet of fluffy, light snow. A snowstorm is a particularly comforting time to cook; the whole house feels warmer, the weather held at bay by the aura of a lovingly prepared meal or baked sweet treat. So, while it snowed into the night, we ...

Blizzaahdah Blueberries

I mentioned in my last post that it was unlikely a bear in New Hampshire would come upon blueberries in the winter. Luckily, I am not a bear.


Keep Calm and…Eat.

Deep into the third week of our kitchen renovation, we are only about halfway through. There have been challenges and setbacks and delays. There will be more challenges and setbacks and delays. This realization has me scrambling for new food ideas.


Life Goes On, But I’m Itchy.

As you might have noticed, this is a food blog, and I am a food blogger. My welcome message is not an exaggeration; I live to cook. So, being without a kitchen to cook in is starting to make me itch.

CSA Share #12 – Pizza Sauce FTW (For The Winter)

If the share looks smaller to you, you’re right, it is, but that’s what happens as the season starts to wind down. I was very excited to see some more zucchini, and some bell peppers that have made it to the reddish-ripe stage; our growing season is often not long enough or hot enough for ...

Mid-Summer Extra-veg-anza!

You may have noticed the CSA shares have been quite bountiful the last few weeks. Quite Bountiful. In addition to all those lovely vegetables, there have been blueberries and corn piled high in the refrigerator. I am wicked grateful for all the abundance in my life. I am also responsible for being, well, responsible with ...

CSA Share #7: From Grasshopper to Ant

There’s a colorful variety in the share this week. Radishes have gotten their second wind, and while lettuce is absent for now, there is cabbage for slaw. The first eggplants are in, and in place of all the yellow summer squashes there is more zucchini and magda squash. Rounding out the cast of characters are ...