Category: food

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Raspberry season

Yesterday I went and picked raspberries at the Wright-Locke Farm in Winchester. It was cloudy and bit cool, but I still managed to find a lot of super berries. Of course you can just...

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Lemony Baked Scrod

Baked Scrod is a traditional New England dish. Where the word scrod comes from is up for debate. But most people in New England understand it to mean cod or other similar white fish...

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Rigatoni Milano

I don’t remember where I got this recipe from. I copied it down from somewhere, and it’s been in my 3-ring binder now for years, so it seemed like time to get it online....

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Sous Vide Dabs

I’ve been waiting to try the Anova immersion heater circulator that I got for Christmas with fish from our CSF. This week we got a bunch of dabs, a flat fish in the flounder...

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Eggplants roasting on a ???

Mike came home the other day saying we should figure out this dish he’d had at work called “Banyon Barta.” After a bit of googling, I found this recipe for Baingan Bharta, and it’s...

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Turkey

Our neighborhood turkeys are making themselves a bit scarce today. Probably because they know about this: As you may remember, we have quite a few wild turkeys in our neighborhood. Some years more than...

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Pasta with sausage, tomatoes and cream

This is one of our all time favorite pasta recipes. Usually I make it with bow-ties (farfalle), but this time I used another shape. The June 1990 copy of Bon Appétit that the original...

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Tomatillos

Every year we grow several different varieties of tomato. I like to get heirloom tomatoes as they tend to have more flavor that you usually get from tomatoes from the store. This year in...

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Rhubarb Harvest

Over the weekend I decided that it was finally time to harvest some of the rhubarb from my garden. I started the first plants a couple of years ago, but until this year they...

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Strawberry Lemon Curd Trifle

Wilsons had a good deal on strawberries and Meyer lemons this weekend. I decided that they would make a good combination in a Trifle. Isn’t that a pretty dish for Easter? Here’s what you ...