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Pan Haggerty – Northumberland’s Scalloped Potatoes

This English potato dish is Northumberland’s take on the delicious combination of potatoes, onions and cheese. The trick is to use something other than your generic potato. A variety like… Continue

Frittata with herbs

Fall Fritatta Recipe

Fritattas are a great dish for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. You can make them ahead of time and then heat them up in the oven. Feel free to play… Continue


4 Foods to Celebrate Your Independence from Big Ag

This fourth of July, while you’re planning your picnic, barbecue or other outdoor adventure don’t forget to include some of these ingredients in your freedom-loving menu. These delicious ingredients have… Continue

Frittata with herbs

Colorful Frittata with a Potato Gratin Crust

Frittatas are a great way to use up produce that may not be as fresh as it once was. Potatoes and eggs help to bind everything together, but ingredients like… Continue

Potato Salad with Cornichons and Capers Recipe

Trade your traditional white potato salad for this gourmet upgrade. Lose the mayonnaise for Dijon mustard and olive oil and add some capers and cornichons along with spring onions for… Continue

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3 Great St. Patrick’s Day Sides

This post written by guest blogger—Bethany Mitchell As far back as I can remember St Patrick’s Day has always been about wearing green. In grade school, this meant that if… Continue

Thanksgiving Classic Recipes: Root Vegetable Puree

Mashers are a holiday staple. Especially when there is some turkey gravy to cover them in. This holiday, spice up your country mashers by adding parsnips and cauliflower to give… Continue

A Versatile Dish for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner: Spring Fritatta Recipe

Similar to an omelet or quiche, a frittata is an egg-based dish without a crust that is not flipped. Traditional Italian frittatas were made with any number of veggies, cheeses… Continue

Farm Foodie: Keeping the Resolution Alive with Fries

This post written by our resident Farm Foodie – Debra Dubief I really love January, probably as much as I love the holidays, but not in the same way. It’s… Continue

The Color of the Season – Eating Well

As we rapidly approach the new year, many of us are thinking about resolutions of eating well and living healthier. Gym memberships are purchased, crash diets are often pondered, and… Continue