Garden bounty becomes a yummy chowder! The addition of crispy pieces of bacon is awesome! You can make this chowder using a variety of vegetables. Substitute your favorite veggies for the corn or do a mixture. This chowder would be great with Broccoli, Cauliflower, Zucchini and other veggies!
Bacon Beef Meatballs are awesome as an appetizer or to serve at a cocktail party! Also great for game day (Superbowl) or to bring to tailgate party. Serve them up hot with dipping sauces.
Foraging for Ramps nets you some intense garlicky goodness for your cooking pleasure. My husband and son found a great area (but it's a secret!) to collect these lovelies in our area.
This is a wonderful and yummy way to use the Almond Meal you get from making your own Almond Milk.
If you love almond milk but want it without any additives found in the commercial versions (regular and organic) out there, make your own. It's easy plus you have almond meal left to use in cooking!
Tafl? What is Tafl? If you enjoy strategy board games, the Tafl family of games are something you will enjoy. And you don't have to spend a lot to get one. You can always make them!
Sparkly, glittery and special ornaments for your own tree or to share with family and friends. This would be a fun way to spend some quality time with them. An ornament making party!
Create some family memories! These are great Christmas projects to make for yourselves, family & friends. They also make wonderful Baby's & Newlywed's 1st Christmas gifts. Ours are 20 years old.
Liver? Biscuits? Treats? Here is a combination that your dogs will love! Takes a little bit of time but SO worth the effort. And they are a healthy treat for the canine members of your family!
Wow! Mid October and the end of the growing season in southern Vermont. Our tomato plants, the Yellow Pear variety, were loaded with un-ripened fruit. Why waste them in the compost pile?
This is a great side dish using the bounty from your garden. Of course, if you don't garden, get your fresh veggies from farmer markets, farm stands or the fresh produce aisle of your supermarket.
Alternative spot(s) to grow those rambling winter squashes and other things.
Raised bed gardens are a wonderful way to get a lot of produce for your family. Especially as most of New England has a short growing season.