We love pumpkin.
Stephen Barber – Director of Culinary Operations and Executive Chef of – Heritage Foods
We make pumpkin and winter squash fritters. A little fried food as a treat every once in a while is fine.
We have a number of potatoes and other root crops that are still quite accessible. And more and more winter farmers markets are growing quite a bit.
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In Madison, there are quite a few people doing microgreens, Swiss chard, and other things year-round. With freezing things, most of the nutrient value is still there. We have enough zucchini bread in the freezer to last me for months. It is very central. We see the business as the engine that allows us to reinvest into the air and the water and the environment, allowing us to put in, say, more cover crops, rather than spraying [pesticides and herbicides].
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On many occasions, after guests pull out of the farmstead driveway, we think about new things to try. She loves Brussels sprouts, hates squash, and would choose salty and sour flavors over sweet just about any day. Visit Website Tricia Cornell.
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About this Item Brand New. Bookseller Inventory Ask Seller a Question. About this title Synopsis: Join Lisa Kivirist and John Ivanko, proprietors of the award-winning Inn Serendipity, as they launch a return to our roots of independence, self-sufficiency, and frugality, blended with the spice of modern living.
Shipping Terms: Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2. Join Lisa Kivirist and John Ivanko, proprietors of the award-winning Inn Serendipity, as they launch a return to our roots of independence, self-sufficiency, and frugality, blended with the spice of modern living.
Farmstead Chef whips up a quirky, homespun tale of how we can eat well, nourish our bodies, and restore the planet. Rediscover the benefits of homegrown food and homemade cooking, preserving the harvest, and stocking the pantry, all while building community.
From breakfasts to mouth-watering desserts, Farmstead Chef showcases the creative and budget-friendly side to eating lower on the food chain more often while taking responsibility for the food we put into our bodies--by growing it, sharing it, and savoring it. Farmstead Chef also shares practical cooking tips and lively short essays inspired by John and Lisa's organic, self-reliant homestead and bed and breakfast.
This fully illustrated cookbook will show you how to reconnect with nature through food, especially when shared with friends. Lisa is also a distinguished Kellogg Food and Society Policy Fellow, and John is co-author and principal photographer for six multicultural children's books. Together with his wife, Lisa, John is a national speaker, marketing consultant and co-author of the award-winning ECOpreneuring as well as Rural Renaissance.
He is also the co-author and photographer for six award-winning multicultural children's books for the Global Fund for Children.