Category: Recipies

Roasted Radicchio di Treviso

Roasted Radicchio di Treviso

This recipe can be found on the website, www.thewellseasonedcook.blogspot.com. Not only is the recipe super easy, if you like cheese, it looks delicious, too. The recipe serves 2. Buono gusto! (more…)

Asian Pickled Cabbage

Asian Pickled Cabbage

This recipe for Asian Pickled Cabbage from a great food website, www.thekitchn.com. It’s super easy and refreshing as a side dish on a hot day. The recipe serves 2-4 but can easily be doubled. With 4th of July around the corner, it could be a nice addition to your family BBQ. (more…)

Grilled Butter Lettuce

Grilled Butter Lettuce

This recipe taken from a June/July 2010 issue of Fine Cooking. This could be your ticket to an easier July 4th BBQ salad — let your significant other do the work! The recipe serves 8. (more…)

Spiced Squash Cookies

Spiced Squash Cookies

From an old, Edible Vermont (2009) magazine, Winter issue, these spiced cookies are cake-like in texture and so welcoming on a cold, wintry day with a hot cup of tea (or cocoa). The recipe yields about 5 dozen. (more…)

Pasta Sauce with Cabbage and Sausage

Pasta Sauce with Cabbage and Sausage

A few years ago, my share partner and I took a cooking class at Classic Thyme, focused on pasta sauces. This one is an unusual sauce, hailing from northern Italy, close to the Austrian border. It is very easy and so delicious, plus, if you make a lot, you can freeze extras for later use. The recipe as presented serves 6. (more…)

White Root Bisque

White Root Bisque

This is a delicious seasonal soup, served at Michael’s on the Hill restaurant in Waterbury, Vermont, close to Stowe. The recipe serves 6 but can easily be doubled and it freezes well. (more…)

Red Wine Chicken Stew with Root Vegetables

Red Wine Chicken Stew with Root Vegetables

From the Winter 2009 issue of Edible Green Mountains, this recipe serves 6. While not for a speedy, weeknight meal, it is delicious and well-worth the effort. You can omit the chestnuts or purchase great ones from Sonoma in a glass jar this time of year (just open and quarter). Do try it for that cozy Fall or Wintry supper!

P.S. The wines evaporate so no worries serving to the entire family. (more…)