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After brewing an Imperial IPA over the weekend my son saved the spent grain, and passed some of it along to me. I used 2 cups of it in 2 loaves of bread, and stored the rest in my freezer. … Continue reading →

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Fiddleheads Tempura with Aoli

Spring came earlier than usual this year. Fiddleheads usually appear in May, but this year they are plentiful in April?even as far north as Elmore, Vermont. The scroll-like Ostrich Fern fiddleheads are easily identified by the brown skin that clings … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-04-29 10:41:13
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Cheddar Popovers

A basket of warm popovers with dinner is a real treat, but who wouldn?t be happy to see them at any meal. Sharp cheddar cheese caramelizes in the crust to give these popovers a special flavor and rich color. Serve … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-04-18 09:01:12
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Orange Almond Cake with Orange-Ginger Glaze

Gluten free! Who needs flour when you can make such a moist, well-flavored cake without it. This cake comes from Jewish cuisine of the Mediterranean regions where oranges and almonds are important crops. Navel oranges are a good choice because … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-04-09 11:01:56
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Grilled Pork Tenderloin Pebre

Although the calendar indicates that spring arrived a week ago it was snowing while I grilled the pork. Fortunately, this kind of meal makes me think of warm summer evenings. Tender slices of juicy pork served with crisp vegetables, toothsome … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-03-30 10:11:40
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Shrimp Spring Rolls

Light, crisp, and packed with flavor, spring rolls are a perfect appetizer or light meal. Toothsome rice noodles provide an unexpected texture and are almost like the bristles of a paint brush that cling to the dipping sauce. The transparent … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-03-12 10:11:28
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Candied Orange Slices

These are as beautiful as they are easy to make. Candied orange slices add a special, unexpected accent to any dessert. Use them to garnish cakes, tarts, sherbet, ice cream, or include them on a platter of cookies and chocolates. … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-03-07 11:21:44
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Brewer?s Bread

After brewing an Imperial IPA over the weekend my son saved the spent grain, and passed some of it along to me. I used 2 cups of it in 2 loaves of bread, and stored the rest in my freezer. … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-02-27 09:21:29
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The Vermont Home Cookbook

I am excited to announce the publication of The Vermont Home Cookbook. This  project could only have been possible with the support of my family. Please visit the link to learn more about this book. I look forward to your … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-02-20 08:51:42
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Scallion Pancakes

These pancakes are a classic appetizer formed of crispy layers holding thinly sliced scallions. The process of rolling out the dough, painting it with sesame oil, and then rolling it up like a jelly roll, making a spiral, and rolling … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-02-13 09:51:21
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Braised Shoulder of Pork with Porcini, Barley Risotto & Cider Reduction, Served with Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Carrots

Sounds expensive, but this is a very economical means to an extravagant end result. A shoulder of pork is one of the least expensive cuts of meat; it is also one of the most flavorful. The cider reduction drizzled on … Continue reading →

Posted on How To Food on 2012-02-13 09:40:14

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