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Chicken Stew with Ricotta-Herb Dumplings

Recipe by Diane Fish as published in the Kitsap Sun Farm to Fork blog Place a large (or two small) stewing hen in a pot with 1 onion, 3 stalks celery, 3 large carrots, two bay leaves, sage, thyme, parsley and 1 Tbsp peppercorns.  Cover with water. Simmer 2-3 hours on low. This can also be […]

Cooking Sweet Potato Leaves

Yes indeed, as those of you who have seen us recently at the farmstand or market know, you can indeed eat Sweet Potato leaves!  And per the notes in this week’s Stories from the Farm, they are also super nutritious.  Here are some tips for cooking them! Prepare sweet potato leaves by boiling, steaming or stir­ frying to preserve nutrients. While cooking vegetables leads to slight nutrient losses, heat also […]

Yellow Tomato Soup

  from our dear friend Liz This was an amazingly simple and delicious soup she made for us a few summers ago and we loved it!  Made from the Golden Rave tomatoes…I suppose it would also be delicious with another variety of tomatoes.  Perfect for these cool days in the midst of tomato season.  Enjoy! […]

French Roasted Onion Soup

These grey, wet, cold May days have us turning back to some cold weather soups.  There are lots of onions that want to get sliced up and caramelized….perhaps into soup? And don’t those French know how to do it right! And I bet some fresh scallions on top would be lovely though distinctly not traditional! […]

Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

                Several years ago Passover and Easter also overlapped while our dear farm friends (and fantastic cooks) the Bailey-Cohens were visiting.  We hit lots of holiday highlights including Liz chiefing this great soup — whether you are celebrating Passover or just seeking some delicious comfort food, this will […]

Roasted Chicken or Turkey & Squash Soup

Adapted from:  SeriousEats.com  This continues to be one of our most favorite and most requested soups. We discovered it several years ago and it was the tastiest soup we had made in ages. Bonus is that it is really simple and can easily follow a yummy roasted chicken or roasted turkey meal (yes, perfect for […]

Mexican Jalisco Style Goat Stew

Also called Goat Birria in some recipes. We adapted this recipe from one in Saveur magazine.  Their recipe may have a stronger pepper flavor, which I think might be excellent.  I was a bit short on time and the right peppers to make the pepper sauce element so adapted based on what was in our […]

Southwest Winter Squash Soup

This recipe, courtesy of Laurie McIntosh, was one of the dishes at the Seasonal Sides Cooking Class last year.  It sure is soup season.  Delicious! For 8 servings 2 medium winter squash (~4lbs) 3 tbsp olive oil Salt & Pepper 2 white corn tortillas, torn into large piecers 4 carrots, chopped 1 red onion, chopped 1 […]

Donna’s Goat Stew

This recipe is from Donna Farley what she crafted together into a lovely goat stew from farm goods.  We fortunately got to taste it and it was really delicious!   Green Mountain Girls Farm Goat Stew 2lb Goat Stew Meat (or cut up goat meat from another cut) Salt & pepper 4T fat (I used […]

March (kidding) Madness

Welcome to March and all of its madness. This year for some it may be the madness that can come at the not-quite-end of a long, cold, snowy winter.  For others it is all about basketball.  For us, and others like Fat Toad Farm, it is all about kidding or lambing madness. For colleagues…sugaring! Ours […]