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Between special meals and homemade gifts, we’re busy in the kitchen this holiday season. Click on photos below to read more about the recipe behind the image. Happy Holidays! Read More! Check out the following past posts to learn how … Continue reading
Up here in Vermont, our temperatures have begun rising above freezing during the day and falling below 32 degrees at night. That means it’s sugaring season! Though specialized technology and expensive equipment have been developed to help large sugar-makers boost their production of luxurious … Continue reading
When it comes to drinks, I think I’ve found a match made in heaven: I call it Elderberry Kombucha Tonic. I’ve been enjoying sips of Elderberry Syrup all winter long, especially when I feel a twinge in my throat or … Continue reading
Last year I had a lot of fun experimenting with maple sap in the kitchen. We made sap tea, sap beer, sap poached sweet potatoes, sap soda, and maple baked beans… mmm! I had borrowed buckets and spiles from neighbors … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when many people are wondering: is that achy throat, dripping nose or sneeze a sign of sickness to come? Whenever I feel like I might be getting sick, I turn to Chicken Soup and Elderberry … Continue reading