It’s been so hot and so sticky this summer that salad is on the menu pretty much every night. In an effort to get away from the multi-ingredient ranch and caesar dressing, already bottled and ready-to-go in the fridge, I’ve been throwing together one of my favorite vinaigrettes. Sometimes a simple dressing is all a salad needs. Continue reading “Simple Maple Vinaigrette”
Granola shouldn’t have more than a few ingredients – and those ingredients should be simple. This recipe is easy (like, really easy) and very versatile. This batch just contains oats and almonds, but you could add any nut or dried fruit. Just be sure to keep similar amounts of dry ingredients and you’re good to go! Continue reading “Maple Cinnamon Granola”
I grew up eating canned cranberry sauce. You know the kind – the one that makes that suction sound as it slides out. The kind you cut in perfect little rounds – the perfectly consistent jelly deliciousness. As much as I still may crave that canned stuff (or at least the nostalgia of it), it’s not nearly as tasty and versatile as homemade cranberry sauce.
We sell at two local farmers markets during the summer and fall. Last year we decided to offer maple lemonade as a refreshing drink for those hot market days. It took us a few tries to perfect the recipe, but it is a total hit… and totally delicious!
We keep it simple. Only three ingredients. Freshly squeezed lemons, water, and the sweet stuff!