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Tomato Pesto Frittata

A little flashback of a recipe Penelope made for us years ago that somehow never got published.  This grey, snowy, icy Spring when many are dreaming of summer seemed like just the moment.  A touch of summer flavors while we are waiting for Spring and Summer. Whipped this up the other day for farmer lunch […]

Avga me Domates: Eggs on a Bed of Tomatoes

In Greek: αυγά με ντομάτες, pronounced ahv-GHAH meh doh-MAH-tess. This is a quick and simple dish to make, and the tastes are fabulous. The tomato is cooked in oil until its liquid has cooked off, and a sauce remains; the eggs go on top. Serve with fresh bread to soak up all the delicious sauce.  We […]

Pickled Eggs

  With our current egg surplus, eggs have again become a central part of every meal on the farm and we have all been rejoicing at the return of the hard-boiled egg snack. Perfectly sized to tide you over and packed full of good nutrition, keeping hard-boiled eggs on hand is a no-brainer. Still, removing […]

Maple Egg Custard

Thanks to our friends at Vermont Network who were here for a meeting, we tested out a new egg based dessert, this Maple Egg Custard.  Safe to say it was a hit, even called addictive by some.  Yet simple and truly a low sugar dessert.  We can’t wait to try it with some fruit inside […]

Pumpkin Soufflé

  Fancy appearance, yet really easy.  And a fun, light treat.  They are pitched as dessert, but they are so light they could be anytime.  Or you could go purely savory with a carrot soufflé. (And use the entire egg!)   1.5 cups pumpkin purée (or squash purée) 1/4 cup maple syrup 1 tsp each of […]

Pumpkin souffle

Root Vegetable Bread Pudding

What a great different way to enjoy the abundance of eggs along with the solid staples of our root veggies and have something baking in the oven during these cold days!  Thanks Donna for another great recipe idea. 4 C root vegetables (I used beets and carrots) 1 1/2 C Onions – chopped 1 clove […]

Black Currant Meringue Pie

Donna made this treat last year and we were all wowed.  Now you can do this with frozen black currants as well, but while they are fresh why not pie, and perhaps some Black Currant ice cream and fool and muffins and pancakes and just in your yogurt. Or for a lighter touch, Black Currant […]

Spinach Roulade

This was Donna’s gorgeous creation last year when spinach was plentiful.  She adapted it from a BBC Good Food recipe. We had to bring it back out again as we had some requests from last week’s farm supper.   And yes, spinach is plentiful, making way for sweet potatoes to be planted.  We enjoyed it […]

Deviled Eggs with Bacon or Ham Mayonnaise

Deviled eggs, so good and really has become one of our obsessions, using the ham or bacon fat.  There are a lot of eggs so enjoy! #1 – Hard Boil the eggs Our favorite tip for successful peeling, comes from Mark Bittman.  With a cake tester or some other small, pointy item like a turkey skewer, […]

Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

Browsing for recipe inspiration, was reminded of this totally delightful farmer lunch a few years ago.  And what a nice time for a cozy, hash and it would be lovely served with some hot sauce or Roasted Red Pepper sauce.  Made a few changes to take advantage of what is now on offer at the […]