Sweet Potato Casserole with Toasted Pecan Topping and Basic Cornbread
Charlotters share their favorite recipes.
There is no fruit as versatile as a tomato fresh from the vine. Canning the surplus further expands its versatility to hearty winter dishes, sauces, soups and juice.
Joyce Amsden, Extension Master Gardener Intern University of Vermont
With the winter solstice nearly a week away and the ever-present buzz of the holiday season lingering in the…
For the past 20 years, my sister Mary, her husband and three sons (as they came along) were hosted for Thanksgiving by our aunt Kay and Uncle Jim or Mary’s in-laws, alternating every other year. This year was their year to head to Mary’s in-laws. On a whim, she invited them to come spend Thanksgiving with her family in their new home.
When the April breeze becomes rich and earthy, I start thinking about one of my favorite hobbies: foraging for fiddleheads. There is something primitively satisfying and uniquely meditative about collecting these little wild gems.