Autumn is a great time to make lasagna – the colors of the lasagna are reminiscent of the colors of the autumn leaves, lasagna warms body and soul, and an oven warms a home. Ground beef is optional for this dish, but is included in … Continue readingLASAGNA
Flowering Oregano tops from the garden are great with chicken. Not much food has grown in our garden this year, but we’ve had some success with oregano despite or because of some oak seedlings (which during a time of little rain, shaded the oregano at … Continue readingorange onion chicken
The rhubarb and the strawberries in the images and recipe that follow, came from the grocery store, where they often appear on shelves soon after the snow melts. Its past the beginning of rhubarb season now also – though still available at farms locally that … Continue readingA rhubarb cake-crisp – fresh rhubarb baked with a cake mix.
Cocoa beans do not grow in the Northeast of the United States, but pair beautifully with eggs and butter produced locally – some local dairies producing butter made by cows eating some local forages and plants, and farms with free-range chickens (chickens choosing nutrients about … Continue readingMelty chocolate cupcakes
This is a recipe for using some of the leftover fillings and garnishes of cauliflower tacos. Cauliflowers can be grown in New England, and are excellent for their texture, substance, and taste. Ingredients:strips of corn tortillas, spread with a bit of oil, sprinkled with salt … Continue readingred lentil macaroni and cheese over leftover refried black-beans and cauliflower, served with guacamole
Fresh Carrots, like cherries, are also delicious just the way they are. When young, I recall sitting with a friend on swings, on a swingset feet away from the foot of my parent’s vegetable garden, with a bowl of tiny fresh carrots just pulled from … Continue readingfresh tiny carrots with fresh mint
INTO RECIPES, OUT TO COMMUNITIES; Ingredients within Communities of Flora and Fauna; Ingredients into Recipes, Recipes towards Communities. Sketching ingredients in their guilds and communities. I am hoping to accompany every recipe with a visual and written sketch. The sketch will be a look at … Continue readingInto recipes (and out in garden, forest, edge, and field)