Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
A strange experiment creating waffle flavored gin that turned out to be delicious.
This delicious pioneer candy from Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House in the Big Woods" is a snap to make - just follow this step-by-step pictorial guide from a neo-pioneer Wisconsin kitchen.
A step-by-step pictorial guide to making maple butter - a luxurious seasonal spread and a truly fine way to enjoy maple syrup.
The trio of Swiss chard, potatoes and bacon is a great mixture of foods available long after the peak growing season.
Sugar maples yield delicious syrup in late February and early March - a magical (if time-consuming) process.
We love late winter when we get to tap maple trees and drink sweet, delicious maple sap - an excellent natural alternative to soda. This is a step-by-step pictorial guide to tapping.
Learn how to boil down maple sap into delicious maple syrup at home.
Pure, clear maple sap fresh from the tree.
Join me for our annual sugaring off event at my uncle's maple sugar farm. A story of family food culture.
Why not combine a great ice cream recipe with candied bacon, especially when the bacon is cured with bourbon and maple? Definitely a keeper!
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