Boston Baked Beans

Growing up boston baked beans were a staple snack in my house.  This summer as I was trying to figure out how to get my kids to eat more beans(All the healthiest, longest lived populations eat lots of beans and they have many health benefits...) I was reminded of this...

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Maple Ginger Granola

Maple Ginger Granola Mix together: 6 cups rolled oats 1 cup chopped almonds 3/4 cup shredded coconut 1 cup sunflower seeds 1 cup millet 1 cup sesame seeds 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp salt Heat and mix: 1/2 cup Ginger syrup 1/2 cup maple syrup 1 stick butter (or 1/2 cup...

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Pumpkin Spice Spelt Muffins

Hey Folks, Membership is filling up fast...now is the time to reserve your share! It is also an exciting year for the CSA with two new offerings. The ancient wheat known as Einkorn will be available in both berries and flour(Certified Organic) for the 2016 share! We...

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Triple Chocolate Cookies

My Little buddy(Gabriel) has been on a mission to eat sweet things as a matter passion. So when I'm not drizzling a little honey and maple syrup on healthy nourishing foods I am sometimes inspired by his sweet tooth to make cookies or something to keep him from...

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Chocolate Raspberry Galettes

We headed out into the fields in Hardwick at the farm of Stan and Abby White Along with there two sons Simon and Evan and Harvested over 6 tons of beautiful Redeemer wheat! Of course it wasn't without challenge as the rain threatened and a drive chain was lost in the...

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Basic French Bread

I was over at Mountain View farm this past Saturday sampling and teaching folks about the incredible combo of fresh local grains combined with simple, yet sophisticated baking techniques and the response was resounding! Everyone loved the bread and could hardly...

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Authentic Mexican Beans, with Mahi Mahi

Fresh Heirloom Dry Beans are simple, delicious and super versatile. Cooked with a Beautiful  piece of Kelp the beans become smooth and creamy without loosing their shape and go through a chemical change that make them more nutritious and easier to digest.  The kelp...

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Brown Sugar Whole Wheat Shortbread — Yum!

Super Easy!   Brown Sugar Whole Wheat Shortbread I cup whole fine flour 1/2 cup unsalted butter (1 stick) 1/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/4 tsp salt Mix all ingredients in Cuisinart or mixer until just fully blended and crumbly, but not yet dough. Place crumbly mixture...

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Popcorn Nachos

Yes, you read that right. Nachos are one of our occasional naughty pleasure around here - made with organic tortilla chips, local organic cheese, local organic ground beef, and some veggies on top - it's not so bad for a ten-minute dinner. On nights when we get home...

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Blueberry Corn Multi-Grain Muffins

As much as I love blueberries I often find blueberry muffins a little disappointing. They seem to be universally made with the whitest, most processed flour available. As a result, they lack the flavor and substance that I crave in the morning. In this recipe cornmeal...

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Popcorn with drizzled dark chocolate

Popcorn is good for you. Avoid the ubiquitous bad toppings and you have a nutritious, delicious, whole grain snack that is high in fiber and low in fat and calories. Why not snack guilt free and indulge in delicious toppings like herbs, spices, garlic powder,...

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Black Bean Patties

I usually make these in the summer in traditional "burger form," served on rolls with all the fixings. Recently the craving hit and I thought why wait? My winter version included a side of guacamole salsa and a mixed green salad. I also served them sans bun, making...

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Apple Cider Wheatberry Salad

This recipe was inspired by a CSA I belonged to while living in Vermont. Dwight Miller Orchards presses cider and makes their own apple cider vinegar. This time of the year they include both items in their weekly share pick-up. It's become a favorite dish that I make...

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Farro and Black Bean stuffed Carnival Squash

What to do with an abundance of Carnival Squash? One little vine in our community garden plot produced enough of the colorful little squash to easily fill my bike's pannier. The timing is perfect since Fall is bringing cooler days and turning my food cravings to...

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Boston Baked Beans

Growing up boston baked beans were a staple snack in my house.  This summer as I was trying to figure out how to get my kids to eat more beans(All the healthiest, longest lived populations eat lots of beans and they have many health benefits...) I was reminded of this...
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Whole Wheat Miche Made Easy with “Cool Control”

This loaf is so simple, and delicious...fresh ground flour, water, salt, and yeast. The crumb is airy, supple and moist, and the crust is crackling chewy and caramelized. This technique is the first part in a series designed to show you everything you need to know...
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The Simple and Ancient Process Behind Tortillas, Gorditas, and Sopes . Masa dough revealed!

We're going to take whole corn kernels and transform them into masa (aka hominy) through the process of nixtamalization. This is such a simple and ancient preparation and adds incredible depth and dimension to cooking at home. There are just 4 ingredients. Corn, water...
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