This recipe calls for chicken on the bone — if you substitute boneless, skinless breasts, the chicken will be dry. Instead of split breasts or the less-bony Statler breasts, a quartered whole bird is also fine. The thigh… Read More
This recipe for two can be doubled and tripled easily, to serve just you or hordes.
This dish is designed to highlight the fresh flavor and crisp texture of seasonal green beans from the farm.
This simple dressing celebrates the herb garden. It keeps up to three weeks when sealed and stored under refrigeration. The recipe makes one pint.
By guest blogger Rachel Caine, MS, Dietetic Intern, Mount Auburn Hospital Lavender is a versatile herb that grows in small shrub-like formations. It is very well known for its scent and has been used in aromatherapy for hundreds of… Read More
Chef’s note: Asparagus will be at its most flavorful in this dish if blanched, roasted or grilled first. 1 pie crust, uncooked (recipe»») 8 eggs 1/2 cup sour cream 1 cup milk 1 tsp. smooth Dijon mustard 1… Read More
This potage calls for a home-made stock, so save those vegetable trimmings!
Have you started your garden yet? Whether it’s a single pot, a collection of containers or a patch of soil, we have a wide assortment of healthy, well-grown plants ready to be transplanted. Come by and take a… Read More
Martha’s Vineyard cookbook author and magazine editor Susie Middleton kindly gave us this recipe. She says “This is one of my very favorite preparations for fresh, local, big meaty spears of asparagus. There’s a depth of flavor here… Read More