Monthly Archives: March 2012

Roasted Beets, Carrots and Buttercrunch Lettuce

  I tried something new in my garden this winter.  I was given a piece  of white garden fabric this past fall which I put over one of my raised beds.  I stapled both long sides to bamboo poles the … Continue reading

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Soba Noodles and Cucumber Salad

Every year at The Hill School we have a cultural study.  This year we studied Japan.  Part of this three-day event  is a school wide feast. I develop recipes which are kid friendly but still in keeping of the country we are … Continue reading

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Sweet Potatoes with Clementine

Glamor Magazine was our guide to living when we were young and single.  Couldn’t wait for the next issue – turned first to the “Glamor Do’s and Don’ts then to Gourmet on The Run.  They gave this recipe (or similar) … Continue reading

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Cucumber Sandwiches with the Colsons

Our family had a summer home in central Vermont.  The property was an old Sugar Maple farm complete with a sugaring off house (shack) where they boiled down the sap to make the maple syrup and a tiny hunting cabin.  My … Continue reading

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Vanilla Custard and Strawberries

Stove top vanilla custard is one of those forgotten classics – serve it warm or cold with berries, so simple, so perfect.  This is also a great base for a coconut cream pie – just fold in sweetened coconut into the … Continue reading

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