Time honored recipes from those featured on CUpS, and from our own family treasures.
The toasty corn flavor in these waffles lends them to dinner, as well as breakfast. Try serving them with grilled sausages. This recipe was originally published by Nicole Rees in the Oregonian. Hominy Waffles 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon baking soda 2 cups buttermilk, at room [...]
The possibilities are limitless. Kale, spinach or mustard greens would also be great.
Related Post: Organic Dairyman- Part 2: The Farmer Jon Bansen believes that since he converted his farm over to being organic and sustainable, he’s becomes a much better farmer, and built a better business. In this story, there may be important lessons for both farmers and the American Public. Ingredients 12 eggs hard boiled, then [...]
This longstanding family recipe for making Danish Soup calls for the following fresh ingredients…
Related Post: Organic Dairyman- Part 1: A Family Tradition There is an unique rhythm to life in being a dairy farmer. Jon Bansen, a third generation farmer, owes his way of life to his grandfather who began the family tradition. Ingredients: 2-cups elbow macaroni, cooked al denté in boiling, salted water 2 tablespoons olive oil [...]
TwoJunes, Lisa Bell and Nicole Rees, share their latest recipe: We freeze all our poultry carcasses and bones, be it chicken, duck or turkey. Then, when the carrots and celery are looking a little droopy, we pull everything out and make a huge batch of stock. Very little gets wasted that way. We usually make [...]
A great way to use up some of those leftover dried mushrooms you’ve been saving.