Persimmon upsidedown cake is a delicious way to use up a bumper crop of persimmons. Storebought persimmons or wild foraged persimmons work well in this simple almond flour and honey cake.
Pumpkin is just one of those flavors that goes well with cream, whipped cream, cream cheese, and all things creamy. Instead of worrying about topping your homemade pumpkin pie with whipped cream, try making pumpkin cheesecake. This easy pumpkin cheesecake recipe doesn’t need any topping to steal the show at your holiday table.
Pumpkin almond butter muffins are a rich fall treat that’s surprisingly healthy. Sweetened with maple (or honey), these beautiful orange muffins are full of flavor. Add a few dark chocolate chips for a sweeter treat, or keep them simple for breakfast.
Springtime is egg time on our homestead. The ladies are laying daily, and we can hardly keep up. At the start of April we’ve just finished making maple syrup, so why not combine two Vermont spring treats? Though I’ve made maple custard many times, I’ve fallen in love with these maple pots de creme.
Elderberry pie is a delicious and surprisingly easy elderberry recipe, perfect for either fresh or dried elderberries. It doesn’t take much, just a few cups of elderberries and you’re well on your way to a delicious old fashioned elderberry pie.
Kjötsúpa is a simple Icelandic lamb soup made from braising cuts of lamb or mutton and stored root vegetables. The meat is braised bone-in and creates its own stock while the coarse root vegetables give the soup a hearty texture and a subtle sweetness.
Haskap berries are tart fruits that thrive in cold northern climates. Similar to blueberries, they’re perfect for homemade haskap ice cream!
Homebrewing is a really spectacular way to make a unique homemade beer, while saving money at the same time. Once the brew is finished, all that malted barley has one more gift to give ~ Spent Grain Bread.
Making Sun tea is easy, and takes advantage of the summer sun and brew up a jar of flavorful tea! Learn how to make sun tea, and take part in this essential summer ritual, plus get the recipe and suggested flavor combos here!
This Citrus, Beet and Miner’s Lettuce Salad Recipe will nourish you during the transitions between seasons, and a wonderful way to highlight the foraged wild green. Sometimes known as winter purslane or claytonia, this rich succulent green makes the perfect base for a fresh salad.