Yearly Archives: 2012
Scroll down for a second Indian Pudding recipe…This pudding is good enough for breakfast or a special dessert!
Indian Pudding #2
True to its name, this dish was a gift to New England settlers from Native Americans, a variation on their cornmeal mush. It was probably the most popular pudding in 18th-century America.
As Henry Bradshaw Fearon indicated, [...]
If you think good old whoopie pies just can't be improved upon, just wait until you try these: pumpkin cookies filled with fluffy cream cheese frosting. They're guaranteed to be a popular new addition to your standard Thanksgiving dessert offerings.
2 cups light brown sugar
1 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 (15-ounce) can [...]
Friday, June 11, 2010
Day 337: A Hot Dogger Cooks Organic
By Sue Gedutis Lindsay who is a Plymothean, a Musician etc.and local food eater, sometimes.
This excerpt is from her blog about daily practice and the musical life: www.sueandstevelindsay.blogspot.com
Let me begin by stating that yesterday's lunch was a hot dog and Kraft mac & cheese in Sponge [...]
Anatomy of a Farmers Market
Edible Boston, Summer 2010
Part 2: To Market, to Market
By Sara Corbon Porth
Read what it is like to prepare for arriving at the farmers market…from the farmers point of view. Amazing fortitude is required!
Check out these photos taken at member farm Plato's Harvest as they prepare for market season and then for [...]
Strawberry Galette with Homemade Vanilla Whipped Cream
Monday, May 17, 2010 by Pam
From Taste Spotting
I had one pie crust to use up so I decided to bake a strawberry galette with my daughter. It was a fun afternoon cooking with my little sous chef. I think she really liked placing the strawberry slices onto the pie [...]
The Passion to Farm
Author: Anne Morgan
Lilipoh Issue: Summer 2009; Farming & Gardening – Issue 56, Vol. 14
One woman’s story of why she works so hard
I married into agriculture. Still processing his near-death experience in Vietnam, Dewane could only say, “I need to farm organically.” I was young, in love, and uncertain of my personal [...]
Celebrate Earth Day
At Plimoth Plantation
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Wherever we roam, the Earth is our home! Come celebrate Earth Day at Plimoth Plantation with a great composting workshop and hands on gardening. Also, a living history of heirloom and Native plants! Discover age-old tips on conservation, recycling and being more earth friendly too. Try [...]