Christmas, the winter solstice and Hanukkah all come at the darkest time of the year, when the harvest has dwindled and nights are long. This is when the aroma of baking biscuits brings comfort and cheer — even… Read More
2 1/2 lbs carrots, peeled and sliced on the diagonal 1/2 cup water 1/3 cup maple syrup 3 Tbsp. butter Salt and pepper Pinch of cayenne Grated orange peel Combine all ingredients except orange peel in a large… Read More
Kale soup is a staple of Martha’s Vineyard home cooking. It tastes even better a day or two after it’s made.
Small, fresh early-season potatoes offer a bright potato flavor with a clean, low-starch texture. Cooking them slowly allows them to keep their shape. Other potatoes can also be used, but most will begin to fall apart or release… Read More
This is the simplest and best way we know of releasing the rich, sweet flavor of fresh garlic. Bonus: Covered in olive oil, the roasted garlic cloves will keep in the refrigerator for an extended period of time.
Turnips, carrots, winter squash and potatoes are “long keepers” — fall vegetables that, when stored at cool temperatures away from light, hold their flavor and nutritional value through the darkest winter months. They’re great to have on hand for roasting, steaming,… Read More
From our book Morning Glory’s Farm Food: Stories from the Fields, Recipes from the Kitchen