From the monthly archives:

November 2009

Last winter we bought a half of a pig from our neighbors Gwen and Fred, of apple and garlic fame. We’ve been steadily working our way through all 100 pounds of it, and it’s been a real joy to bring to the table each time. I can’t speak highly enough about the virtues of buying […]

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A Special Guest

by Talley and Beryl

in Misc

We’ve been storing some apples and pears on our back porch, and a few days ago we discovered some mysterious bite marks on a couple of the apples. Beryl was convinced the marks were made by a bird, and I suggested it must have been a raccoon. Last night, we were both proven wrong when […]

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My dad was in town visiting from CT this weekend and we celebrated halloween with a decadent feast. Cauliflower steaks on a cauliflower puree, brussels sprouts with pearl onions and pancetta, and this fantastic duck recipe from Jerry Traunfeld’s Herbfarm Cookbook: crispy sauteed breast meat and roasted leg meat, rubbed with a delicious orange-kissed aromatic […]

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Here is an easy soup that we make a lot.  We got it out of a book called The Wine Lover’s Cookbook that we picked up at a used bookstore a couple years ago.  It’s actually wound up being a really good book, we’ve used it a lot.  This soup has a fairly long list […]

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