Rabbit and Horticultural Bean Stew

Barb is an Athens, OH blogger, and as a lover of all things local, and many things Athens, was immediately drawn to her writing, her recipes, and the simple recipes that result in spectacular dishes. This recipe, in particular, I made after a trip to the huge farmers market in Athens on one fine Saturday. […]

Quark Spatzle

I came across this recipe while searching for a way to use quark from Blue Jacket Dairy. Even though I love spatzle as a base for a delicious stew (sauerbraten, I’m looking at you!), this preparation is a vegetarian meal unto itself. I love what the browning process does to them. I could eat this […]

Farm Fresh and Local Produce 7/2/2011

It’s finally starting to feel like winter around here – we finally got a little snow. No more than just a dusting, but just enough to remind us winter hasn’t finished rearing its ugly head just yet. What better time to look at pictures from last summer’s farmers markets, and to start counting down the […]

Farm Fresh and Local Produce 10/9/2010

Don’t know how I missed posting this one, but here’s another long lost post of the farmers market in October, 2010. This was right before I got sick, so unfortunately it was pretty much the last market I saw until mid-summer, 2011. Looking at this makes me inspired to make some cold weather dishes that […]

Farm Fresh and Local Produce 6/4/2011

When the farmers markets started up for the season, I unfortunately was still in the hospital being weaned off a ventilator and hopelessly weak (I couldn’t even sit up without toppling over). Going to the farmers market is the one thing that grounds me, no matter how frenetic the rest of my life is at […]

A Little Bit of Germany in Columbus

The Christmas memories of my childhood are often punctuated by thoughts of the baked goods they used to make for the holidays. My grandfather’s stollen had a prominent place In those memories, and so did German style cookies. Holidays were big in their household, going over there on Christmas Eve every year was something I […]