Category: Food & Eating

Recipe from Emma Frisch: Skillet Bacony Brussels Sprouts with Pecans & Cranberries

From Emma Frisch: “A crowd-pleasing autumnal dish for indoors or out! It’s simple enough to make on a whim, and special enough to serve for Thanksgiving or the winter holidays. For a veggie option, bypass the bacon and begin with three tablespoons unsalted butter or olive oil as your cooking fat.” For the full Skillet […]

Dilly Beans
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Preserving Summer Harvests: Tomatoes and Dilly Beans

Summer gardens can sometimes produce an overwhelming harvest, and vegetables can go bad before you realize it. The GreenStar Blog has recently posted ideas on how to preserve some of those vegetables. Check out their articles on preserving tomatoes and home made dilly beans.

Sweet Cherries
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Sweet Cherries in Season Now, Sour Soon

Sweet cherries are in season now with sour cherries right around the corner, according to the harvest calendar on the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets website. The harvest and availability periods for sweet cherries are around the middle of June to the middle of July. Sour cherries tend to be during the […]

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Local Farm Offers Recipe Box Solutions

Press release from Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce: When local organic farmer Anton Burkett started a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm nearly 20 years ago, little did he know that the concept would grow to inspire not only a recipe box solution sourced from the Finger Lakes region, but also make a difference in the […]

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Local Cooking Show: Dads Can Cook Too

Nathan Reimer is not just the tech support guru for Hot Potato Press, he’s also a local dad and creator of the live stream cooking show “Dads Can Cook Too.” Last week’s show demonstrated how to cook gluten-free White Bean and Hominy Chicken Chili. How does it work? Nathan says: “Every Sunday I’ll post a recipe […]

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Recipe: Latkes without recipes

From Early Morning Farm: “One of the easiest recipes to make with leftover veggies is fritters or latkes. If you’re looking for some ideas beyond the traditional potato version, look no further! We’ve grated up most of the veggies on our farm and panfried them into crispy pancakes. Even if the title says fritters these […]

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Recipe: Easy Squash Soup

Early Morning Farm offers this Best Easy Squash Soup “recipe,” which essentially boils down to these simple steps: Grab a mix of of any winter squashes and add some aromatics and herbs such as onion, rosemary, parsley, celery, shallot, ginger, leek, thyme, sage, garlic, etc (whatever you have available). Preheat the oven to 425°F. Split […]