Fennel is one of those vegetables that seem a bit odd if you aren’t used to it, but think of it as round celery that has a hint of licorice flavor to it and you’ll be fine.
by guest blogger Maya Rodale.
This recipe is based on my mother’s classic apple cider—I just added a little kick.
Over the next few weeks, I’m going to share my favorite party appetizers—the stuff that gets eaten to the bottom of the bowl, plate, or dish.
Guest blogger Eugenia Bone discusses her love of mushrooms, home-canned tuna, and the importance of clean water.
Carving pumpkins is fun. At our house, I make pretty ones and my husband specializes in scary ones. (In the past, he has been known to use ketchup as an accessory.)
For some reason lately, I haven’t been able to get the idea and taste of this cake out of my head. More of a traditional “coffee cake” than a dessert cake, it’s the taste of my childhood.
By guest blogger Tim Mountz of Happy Cat Farm.
Webster’s Dictionary says that foraging is the act of wandering in search of food. That definition makes me laugh, since I feel like I am always wandering somewhere in search of food. My favorite food to forage is Hen of the Woods.