Cucumber Kimchi

Cucumber kimchi makes a great snack, side, or light meal 0

Cucumber Kimchi

In the heat of summer, we’re swimming in cucumbers. Some cukes end up in tzatziki sauce with homemade yogurt, some end up as dill or bread and butter pickles, and the lucky ones get...

Sweet potato puree. 0

Sweet Potato Puree

Sweet potatoes are always a delicious treat, but do you ever run out of ideas of what to do with this bright orange tuberous root? How about this nutritious treat from Nourishing Traditions, which pairs wholesome...

Lemon pepper dressing in a mason jar. 0

Lemon Pepper Dressing

A punchy salad dressing blending the tang of lemon, bite of pepper, and savoriness of garlic for a full-bodied flavor. Makes about 3/4 cup. This is a perfect complement to a fennel salad. Lemon Pepper...

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Carrots Vichy

The carrot harvest has been as bountiful as ever, which leads to the question: What do we do with all of these carrots?! Lots of carrot stick snacks dipped in spinach artichoke dip, yummy soups,...

The sweet and spicy kimchi takes advantage of seasonal fruits. 0

Fruit Kimchi

An addictive combination of sweet and spicy makes fruit kimchi a favorite dish on Pine Street. In Wild Fermentation, Sandor Katz describes how the sweet fruit melds with the sharp kimchi flavors, making for a surprising and...

Homemade Pizza Dough 0

Homemade Pizza Dough

One night a week we make pizza at the Little House on Pine. The flexibility of toppings gives us a chance to use whatever ingredients remain from other meals. We typically make the dough over lunch and let it...

Ginger carrots. 0

Ginger Carrots

I first tried ginger carrots made by Amish dairy farmer who introduced me to kefir. Once I successfully started making my own kefir with his excellent milk, I carefully siphoned whey that separated from...