Tag: entrees


Chicken Shawarma Recipe

A chicken shawarma recipe has been haunting me. It looks so damn good on the New York Times cooking site. Go ahead, take a look. It’s here: Chicken shawarma recipe. After I clicked on it once, I saved it to my […]


Baked Lemon Sole

A trip to the fishmonger for salmon, and I came back with two pounds of lemon sole. That’s what happens when you go to the farmers market at 11 a.m.! I don’t remember ever cooking lemon sole, but i had […]


Vegetarian Bibimbap

A stir fry, essentially. Sondra and Lexi made a terrific version for a vegetarian bibimbap supper at the ranch. Bonus points: if you don’t use an egg, it’s also vegan. Crispy Tofu Bibimbap with Mustard Greens and Zucchini From Food […]

Parsnip steak

Parsnip Steaks

After our stuffed acorn squash didn’t make the cut for Christmas dinner, we decided to go a different route. I remembered a piece a while back in Bon Appetit on Dan Barbers’ various vegetable steaks, especially the Cauliflower Steaks. When […]


Recipe: Korean Fried Chicken

Light, crunchy batter. Spicy, firey sauce. What’s not to love about Korean Fried Chicken? This is the second or third time we’ve made this recipe, which originally came from the New York Times. Since then, we have found that you don’t […]


Recipe: Beef Bourguignon

For Christmas Eve dinner this year, we wanted something that was do-ahead. Something that would hold if the baby needed to eat, or even if we just didn’t feel like getting to the table right away. Beef Bourguignon seemed just […]


Recipe: Turkey Burgers

Turkey Burgers used to be a staple back on Burd Street. But I don’t think we’ve made them at the farm in years. Years! I don’t know why. They’re healthy, delicious and easy to make. A winner all the way […]


Roman Pork and Apple Stew

I came across this recipe in “An Apple Harvest: Recipes and Orchard Lore” by Frank Browning and Sharon Silva (10 Speed Press). It turns out to be fabulous — and unlike most anything you’ve ever tasted. Try it. You’ll see. […]