EGGPLANT WITH MISO AND SESAME

EGGPLANT WITH MISO AND SESAME

1 medium Japanese Eggplant 2 tablespoons each of Red and White Miso Paste 2 tablespoons of Honey 2 to 3 tablespoons of toasted Sesame Seeds Cut the eggplant into 1/2 inch thick rounds. Grill over very hot coals, turning once until it is quite soft and brown and nicely...
BUMPER CROP ROASTED TOMATO SAUCE

BUMPER CROP ROASTED TOMATO SAUCE

Everyone loves tomato sauce. I love making it from scratch with garden fresh tomatoes. In agriculture, a bumper crop is a crop that has yielded an unusually productive harvest. Excess produce can also be a source of problems, such as when there is insufficient storage...
STRAWBERRY COCKTAIL SAUCE 

STRAWBERRY COCKTAIL SAUCE 

Want to have people ask you what is in that special sauce? We are all used to regular cocktail sauce for our seafood. However, try this discerning dip for New England’s local seafood. Steam or poach shrimp from Maine, Lobster from Connecticut, and Oysters from...
MULBERRY MUFFINS

MULBERRY MUFFINS

Americans in general don’t know too much about the sultry mulberry. They often think it is inedible. If you have the serendipity to have a tree in your neighborhood, wait until they are ripe and bring your least favorite blanket and shake and harvest a textured,...
RHUBARB AND RED GOOSEBERRY CRUMBLE

RHUBARB AND RED GOOSEBERRY CRUMBLE

Gooseberries are big in Europe. The American gooseberry range in color from light green/yellow to pink to red – wine at peak ripeness and are quite thorny bushes. The berries can be furry with little spikes at its base with a fruity floral scent. They have a...