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Halloween is in the air, and on our farm it's time to make the most of this holiday-straight from the kitchen. Sweet Halloween treats for kids, makes the whole day memorable.
My friend Robert Sickler has given his passion to the people with his new venture, Finn's Manor. Located in Denver, Colorado, Finn's Manor may well be the best new bar in America. But not for the reasons that anyone
It's currently freezing rain outside, but our farmhouse is warm and cozy. The woodstove is crackling and a the scent of homemade soup is in the air. It must be fall in Maine.
Enjoy these deliciously spooky treats for Halloween this year. Your guest and ghosts will love the scary cheese plate, the caramel pumpkin spice rice krispie treats, and even the ghastly candy bark!
These terrifyingly cute monster treats are perfect for any Halloween bash. Most of these recipes recipe no decorating experience and can be prepared the day before your event. Also, if you are looking to get the kids involved, these quick and easy desserts are a great place to start.
Pasta is an inexpensive and hearty dish. It makes a wonderful meal for these cooler days. If you learn to make some of the dozens of sauces that any good Italian knows how to make, you can serve a different pasta dish every week this winter, and never repeat yourself.
I can't say enough good things about this amazing pumpkin mug cake from Kirbie's Cravings.
Halloween is the perfect time to play with your food! For your next Halloween celebration, why not serve both main dishes and desserts that are spooky and fun for your little ghosts and goblins. No worries, even though they might be scary, these foods are tasty as well.
Sriracha used to be an unassuming bottle of hot sauce that stood alongside its fellow Asian condiments at the supermarket. Now, the southeast Asian chili sauce sticks out like a firecracker, demanding to been seen and tasted.
Lasagna comes in all shapes, sizes and flavors. Like most fall foods, this lasagna is inspired by the rich spices associated with the season.
Two words; Halloween and Chocolate. It's the most chocolaty time of the year, and a fan favorite on our farm. Halloween kicks off the candy season, and anticipation is high.
Fall is the best beet harvest of the season. Spring beets are tasty, but the cold weather sweetens them like nothing else can. It's also the best time to try out new ways to enjoy these powerhouse vegetables. We grow our largest crop timed so that they are sure to get a hard frost.
If you are looking for a fun dessert to kick off your Halloween festivities, look no further.
Fresh apple pie is a cornerstone of the fall season. However, not all of us have the luxury of having the day to prepare homemade pie crust and visit the apple orchard to pick the season's best. These hand held five spice apple pies are a great alternative to traditional apple pie.
Vegetables continue to be the “it” ingredient in both restaurants and home kitchens. Even dedicated meat eaters are pushing aside their carnivorous ways to explore the depth of flavor that vegetables offer. Gone are the days of colorless cauliflower and boring broccoli!
We love a tasty food mash-up and when Buffalo wings hook up with mac and cheese, well, that's a good thing, indeed! But not everyone can indulge in a hearty bowl of cheesy macaroni.
Today is National Frappe Day, and we couldn't be happier. What is a frappe, you ask? It's a icy, slushy, semi frozen sweet coffee drink, with a thick layer of foam and plenty of delicious taste.
Pecan chocolate butterscotch pumpkin bread is packed full of flavor that one slice simply won't be enough. Pumpkin bread is an iconic symbol of fall and whether you prefer it plain, with dates, nuts or chocolate chips - it's all go...