Winter recipes

When I think “local food,” I think of green pastures of vegetables and animals ranging freely in the sunshine, farmer’s markets with fresh produce and farm-to-table meals. Some very appealing images. However, looking out my window now, I see that it’s January and the weather continues to alternate between freezing rain/slush/gross and powdery snow with […]

February 6, 2012 in recipes by

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Kilpatrick Farm Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

Freshly picked zucchini blossoms are a special summer treat. These beautiful, golden blossoms grow from the zucchini plant and announce the beginning of a new vegetable. They are delicate, yet sturdy and have a subtle earthy taste. You can find blossoms at your local farmers market or grow your own zucchini in large pots. The […]

June 24, 2011 in recipes by

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Hand Melon Farm Margaritas

Made from the best cantaloupes I’ve ever had from the Hand Melon Farm, these margaritas have a great balance of spiciness and sweetness. The spicy margarita is a great summer drink that allows you to take full advantage of summer’s sweet fruit. My first introduction to the spicy Margarita was at Jose Malone’s in Troy, New […]

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