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Christmas Cookies with Samantha

Well, she’s a little young yet. But she really likes what parts she can do! After a dreadful afternoon of crying, crying, crying, she settled down enough to quite enjoy a little rolling and cutting. We tried gingerbread. It was […]

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Snowstorm Breakfast

Another storm! We woke up to a few inches, and expected even more to pile up throughout the day. A fortifying breakfast was in order! Benton’s bacon, Charlie’s eggs and Fairway’s brioche. Delishy! Related posts: Sunday Morning Breakfast at the […]

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Parker House Rolls

I never thought I could make bread! Not that this is real bread… it’s just rolls. But still! I made rolls! Ingredients. I was inspired by this stunning photo in Bon Appetit, my new Bible, and thought I’d try them […]

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Killer Pizza, All From the Garden

My hunna makes a killer pizza. Tonight is no exception. Basil and tomatoes from the garden, fresh mozzarella, too. Fabulous. Related posts: The Season’s First Caprese Salad! Iron Pizza Chef: Pizza Night in America Update on the Garden: Zinnias, Hyacinth […]

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How to Peel Tomatoes

It’s the time of year for putting up tomatoes. Or just cooking with them instead of simply slicing and serving. And sometimes, for that, peeled is better. In this post, I’ll show you how to peel tomatoes. I’m not saying […]

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Labor Day Sunday Supper: Lobster Rolls

To close out summer properly, we decided to do lobster rolls. Yes. Of course we also had corn and tomatoes. And Greg made a peach galette, which we served with what was left of Shannon’s delishy ginger ice cream from […]

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A Study in Tomatoes

A few shots of the gorgeous heirlooms coming from the market and our garden this time of year: Related posts: Summer Supper: Burgers and Tomatoes Putting Up Tomatoes Eating Cherry Tomatoes Like Candy The First Local Strawberries

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Sunday Night Supper

Are you tired of BLTs and Caprese salad yet? Good. Neither are we. Here’s a look at more delishy summer food. Fun weekend!   Related posts: Sunday Night Supper Sunday Night Supper Sunday Night Pasta Supper Sunday Night Supper at […]

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Seafood Supper at The Deuce

Our final night in Amagnsett. It was too rainy to spend magic hour at the beach, so we had a little dance party USA with the girls while making dinner. More of those photos to come from Sarah and Laurie, […]

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Putting Up Cabbage for Sauerkraut

Greg is putting up some summer cabbage. We’ll see you in about six weeks for some ‘kruat! Related posts: Greg’s Birthday Present: The Makings for Sauerkraut Cabbage and Kale Soup with Farro Recipe: Braised Savoy Cabbage Putting the Garden to […]

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The Season’s First Caprese Salad!

Little baby tomatoes, fresh basil from the fields and fresh mozzarella from Dante’s. Let the summer menus begin! Related posts: Recipe: Watermelon-Peach-Tomato Salad with Chili and Lime Another Great Sammy: Tomato, Basil, Prosciutto and Mozzarella on Toast Greg’s Composed Salad […]

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Our Own Sour Cherry Pie!

Though we’ve been growing sour cherries for a bunch of years, we’ve never had a big enough yield to make an entire pie of all our own cherries. Well folks, this is the year. Not only do we have enough […]

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Father’s Day Supper at the Farm

Despite predictions of thunderstorms, the weather held out and we had an al fresco supper on the patio (second Sunday in a row!) for Father’s Day. On the menu: flank steak, beet and goat cheese salad with pickled onions and […]

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On the Porch for Pesto

A serendipitous supper on Friday night! Kris and Tom brought over salad from their garden, zucchini blossoms from the farmers market, cheese and salami, and eggs from their friend’s chickens. We put that together with our garlic scape pesto, Wave […]

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The First Local Strawberries

From Tailaferro Farms, purchased at the Nyack Farmers Market. Yay!   Related posts: Breakfast with Local Strawberries and Fresh Goat Cheese from Rainbeau Ridge Farm All Local Supper: Scallops, Greens and Polenta Stump Lane Strawberries Loaded for Bear at the […]

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Quick Supper: Frittata

Leftovers in the fridge? This is the way to go. Saute some onions, chop up the leftovers — we had sausage and asparagus from the garden — add them to the onions and pour 8 or so beaten eggs over […]

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All Local Supper: Scallops, Greens and Polenta

From the Palisades Farmers Market: Scallops from Pura Vida Fisheries on Long Island and Greens from Blooming Hill. We paired with polenta from Wild Hive and had ourselves a lovely local supper.   Related posts: Sunday Night Supper: Scallops Saturday […]

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Sam’s New Kitchen Helper

A gift from Grammy so Samantha can help bake. Thanks Grammy! Related posts: Sam’s Stone Barns Onesie Lunch at ABC Kitchen The Gates are Up, and Samantha Is Not Happy Dinner at Love Lane Kitchen

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Homemade Ramen

Hunna made up the recipe and didn’t write it down, but that’s OK because he’s still perfecting it. Let’s just say it was almost as good as it looks.   Related posts: Cocktails and Homemade Soup How to Make Homemade […]

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Saturday Night Supper

Seared skirt steak, chimichurri, roasted cauliflower and sauteed spinach. Happy Saturday. Related posts: Cooking for One: Saturday Night Supper Saturday Night Supper: Pork Stew and Recession Sidecars Saturday Night Supper by the Tree: Aviations, Pasta and Roasted Chestnut Cookies Cooking […]