Both rustic and refined, Pâté de Campagne, or country pâté, could be called the cornerstone of charcuterie. Every chef worth their salt has his or hers own take on this French classic. We compare two cooking methods: bain-marie and sous vide.
These pickled red onions are fantastic on hamburgers, hot dogs, mixed in with veggie wraps or falafels, mixed in with salad.... they're really easy to use up! Save the brine when the onions are gone and use it for salad dressing.
We make lunches daily, so snacks run out fast around here. Fruit leather is wonderful, but hard to keep in stock as the seasonal fruits keep changing. Rhubarb makes a great stop-gap, especially because it’s free for the picking from the backyard.
Hedgerow Jelly is made from an infusion of wildflowers including Queen Anne's Lace, Yarrow, Rose Petals, Red Clover, and other native edible flowers from my yard and nearby meadows. Forage and make a delicious summer jelly to brighten your winter.