Tagged: local ingredients

A buffalo chicken wrap, ready to explode with flavor. 0

Buffalo Chicken Wraps

Ok, here we go. I’m super excited about this one. It was wicked cold today, which means more time plotting in the warm kitchen. Buffalo chicken and melty cheese, um yes please! Wrapped in a...

Summer harvest casserole, fresh from the oven 0

Summer Harvest Casserole

A favorite go-to here on Pine. A great way to incorporate some of those veggies that have been sitting on your counter and it is so divine. Summer Harvest Casserole Print Recipe Adapted from Long...

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Pomegranate Chia Pudding

A few years after I planted my first pomegranate tree, it started to flower in a trumpeting red frenzy. My honeybees took note, and BAM—huge red orbs draped down like oversized ornaments. I fell...

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...

Fennel salad offers a fresh liquorice-like flavor and a satisfying crunch. 0

Fennel Salad

Fennel salad is seasonal favorite at the Little House on Pine—a light and quick meal with the savory crispness of autumn. A simple recipe from Nourishing Traditions that calls upon the complimentary charms of...

Carrots vichy 0

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,...

Locally baked ciabatta topped with spinach artichoke dip. 0

Spinach Artichoke Dip

Always a crowd pleaser and a quick go-to when you need to contribute something to a potluck. I first tried this recipe as a last minute attempt to make something for a party and it...

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...

Quick and easy queso dip with kefir cheese. 0

Quick Queso Dip

Zesty with a touch of honey, this quick and easy queso dip can be whipped up in a dash and offers a picante bouquet that accents but doesn’t dominate the experience. Perfect with homemade...

Coconut oil popcorn. 0

Coconut Popcorn

Growing up in a household that watched lots of movies, I have an everlasting affinity for richly flavored theatre popcorn. I delight in the perfect ratio of crunch, buttery goodness, and salty accents. Since I try to avoid...