Monthly Archives: May 2010

How We Began… Part 2, The Store

Theresa now, continuing our brief history of food and eating. Last episode, we talked about The Cookbook, American Whole Foods Cuisine.  During our initial forays into the recipes, it became obvious that there were certain ingredients that were not to … Continue reading

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Quick Egg Salad

Down and dirty egg salad. I just had it for a snack.Recipe: 4 hard boiled eggs 2 tablespoons of relish (ours that we made last year- cucumbers, carrots, onion, spices, brine) 1 tsp of mayonnaise salt, pepper homemade pickle for … Continue reading

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Growing Local

We try and buy a lot of local items, but another way you can help bolster the closeness of your food is to grow it yourself.  You don’t need a lot of space- we are presently gardening on our tiny … Continue reading

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Tuesdays Are Fish Days

Second week of our CSF pickup: Cod! We made a scrummy dinner from these cod fillets and some vegetables we had leftover from Red Fire Farm: Deviled Cod over Green Salad ( inspired from a recipe in “The Taste of … Continue reading

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Recent Food Happenings

Here is an update on the past week of food happenings: Last week we put together a lovely meal from our local gatherings: pork cutlets, breaded in wheat bran (I assure you, it is delicious!) served with rhubarb chutney, steamed … Continue reading

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How this Started, Part 1… A Cookbook

Theresa here, with my very first post. Our journey to the point of discussing doing a local food challenge has been years in the making. Lest you think we started cold turkey, like these brave and intrepid individuals at the … Continue reading

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Homemade Crackers!

First time homemade crackers- easy and great success! Recipe: (Inspired from Peter Reinhart’s “Whole Grain Breads: New Techniques, Extraordinary Flavor“) 1 2/3 cups whole wheat white flour 3/4 tsp. sea salt 1/2 cup whole fat milk 2 tablespoons agave syrup … Continue reading

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