With a vegetable scraper, clean carrots. If stem is attached, remove stem and leaf. (You can leave an inch of stem if desired.) In a medium saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add a pinch of salt and then carrots…
Photos by Peggy Turbett When Bethany Carlson was in the eighth grade she became a beekeeper. By that fall, the high school freshman had successfully harvested 55 gallons of sweet honey, thus igniting a passion for the now 20-year-old Williams…
The days of rugged granolas have given way to those with a bit more flair. Making your own is also a good reason to reach for flavor neutral oils that don’t compete with the salty, sweet or spicy nature of your favorite recipe.
The character of Ohio honey will reflect the local season and weather conditions.
Recipe from The Locavore’s Kitchen, Swallow Press, 2011
The flavor of the honey comes through in these delightful little rounds that are wonderful for dips or to accompany a luncheon salad.
This recipe looks really beautiful using different colored carrots; maroon, yellow, orange…they do bleed into one another during cooking so the colors stay pretty vibrant.
Let cheese stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before serving.
Low in fat but tops in flavor, this lightly sweet dressing is a snap to make and is best with fresh, sturdy greens like romaine as well as fruit salads that feature apples, pears or grapes.
This salad makes a great light lunch or a nice addition to a hearty dinner.