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    Penne and delicious asparagus, highlighted with cherry (or grape) tomatoes. Plunk em' in, and just devour!

    Recipe #364104

    A classic! This dressing is the accompaniment to Recipe #321516. I used this pretty often as a normal, everyday dressing. Can be stored in the fridge for 3 days. Remember, egg is always optional. Have fun!

    Recipe #360477

    The coming of Spring is a pleasurable thing to behold. The clouds have parted, the wind has warmed up, and there are robins on the farm. We have a a special contest here on Longmeadow Farm. Whoever sees the first robin of the year, and tells any of us on a Saturday Lunch gets a dollar bill. This special contest has been going on since I was knee-high-to-a-grass-hopper. Now I know you can't get rich off of a dollar, but you can however, at least share in the soup. To give the cold Winter months a bid-a-dew, we celebrate with the simple, but tasty chicken soup. I found this originally in "Vitality" magazine, a special insert that my Dad gets in the mail. I started using it, because it just was so darn simple and so darn tasty I think this should certainly celebrate the end of a long winter, and a "Hello!" to that nifty red-robin-redbreast.

    Recipe #359449

    Adapted from 1996 "Good & Easy" cookbook with my own special twists. Almost healthy, and sure to pick you up at the end of the day.

    Recipe #349025

    As of late, I have really wanted to make treats from all my animals, it just seems like a better alternative, sometimes. I found this online, and have adjusted some of the ingredients to better suit my mastiff, Dexter. He shares this with his best friend, RIngo (the Boston terrier) and Pooch Pup, his neighbor doggie friend. Crunchy and they smell great too! Hope you and your pup enjoy a couple a day too.

    Recipe #343992

    This appetizer can have a nice little kick (or not if you prefer).

    Recipe #335616

    As "Daisy Mae", (one of our mother cow's) ran beside me on the other side of the fence, softly reminding that I needed to get her fresh grain, I looked at her very sweet face, the twinkle in her eye, and was doubly reminded I also need to get home, and swiftly too. I needed to get some type of great tasting chow on the table to feed the family as they were about to start streaming in through the back door at any moment. A wonderful, simple treat of a dish to enjoy sitting down next to your dog or cat, and just letting this dish take you away from the worry and stress of the world.

    Recipe #335434

    "Found em!" I shouted to anyone that might be hovering near the country road mile we live on. A light rain shower just started, and there I was standing in the garden hunting down the last tomato that might be hiding. I found a couple of tomatoes nestled down beneath the sweet potato vines, large pepper plants leaves, and the numerous weeds that had continued to sprout even in the cool Fall weather. Mud was already caked to my old garden crocs, and my hands were also full of mud. Dexter the Mastiff sat quietly beside me, and was trying to stare down a brown caterpillar that was making it's way slowly across the earth. I turned, quickened my step down the dirt road with the dog beside me, carrying a half of dozen various sized tomatoes tettering in my arms and trying not to drop any along the road to home. I really wanted some tomato soup, and I just knew it would warm me up and Dex too. This recipe uses canned tomatoes, or you can use fresh ones too, like I did. I just peeled the tomatoes, put em' in the pot and went right along with the recipe from there. This recipe was loosely adapted from Cooks Illustrated.

    Recipe #333005

    I use this when I have to many apples hanging on the trees, and have enough applesauce to keep us happy and full until 2011. Very easy, every delicious, and oh so easy. Just enjoy the delicate taste of the fresh apple, cinnamon, sugar, and maple syrup. Top with your favorite ice cream, I use butter pecan, well...just cause I love that ice cream! Enjoy!

    Recipe #322176

    The use of fresh meats (or deli meats), various cheeses, and a classic dressing happily perched on a bed of screaming icy, cold, salad greens begs you to chow down, even in the hot, humid weather. Add or subtract to the ingredients, (a must to make it your own) but most of all, make sure you purchase the freshest ingredients available. Serve on very well chilled salad greens, (often I throw a couple of ice cubes on top of the cold lettuces) prior to serving this. Punt off the cubes, wring out excess water, add toppings and drizzle dressing on. Serve immediately. I have divided the dressing recipe to a seperate recipe, which; is found here. Recipe #360477. Sometimes, I just use a simple dressing of 1 part red wine vinegar, to 2 parts extra light olive oil. I have also included the dressing at the bottom of this page too. Both are wonderful additions to a healthful salad. Adapted from a Chef at New York's Ritz-Carlton Hotel and purported inventor of the dish.

    Recipe #321516

    Peas came in late this year. Not enough to freeze like I always do so instead I tried this simple, tasty treat because I love lettuce, peas, and with a bit of butter. The new scallions that I pulled up from the earth, the fresh lettuce, snipped, and the peas just make such a treat to devour and enjoy the accomplishment of these garden treats.

    Recipe #311599

    The garden promises to bring so many wonderful tastes to the farm table. Every summer we behold the wonderful bright early tomatoes and fresh basil. Simply fixed with a little dressing and good wholesome whole wheat pasta is highlighted with olives and mozzarella.

    Recipe #304330

    A very dear friend sent me a wonderful cookbook for the Holidays apply named, "Farmer's Market Cookbook" .This book has wonderful recipes within it's covers and since it is seasonal cookbook; it brings all the farm fresh vegetables to good use. I have poured myself into this book and want to share this adaption of one of the many recipes I have had the pleasure to prepare. This recipe bodes Springtime, as it brings this easy delicious version of this soup right to the table and quickly too. Could be a quick lunchtime respite or on a cool weekend evening when you are to tired to put another pot on the stove. All ingredients are probably right in your cupboard, except; you probably wouldn't have an avocado sitting in your cupboard or cabinet even. But maybe sitting over there on your window sill there is one waiting to be used. Relax! Take a break, take a breather, let life pass you by and enjoy the moment. Easy as peazy and easily halved.

    Recipe #303853

    Bubba has chickens and he sells his eggs to the local neighbors. There are times when a couple of his hens lay a good amount of "green-tinted" eggs that some don't care for. I guess they don't like brown eggs either, but it is wonderful for us on Longmeadow Farm.Starting early Spring, and through the summer, we make a lot of egg salad. We have eggs everywhere! This is the simple, but lovely egg salad I serve on Saturday Lunch at the Farm. The toast brings a heavenly smell all around the kitchen and the fresh basil or chives bring such color to this simple salad. On the farm we pretty much prefer the no extra use of mayonnaise, but add a bit of salt to taste and some bean sprouts and a couple of UTZ potato chips and we are set to go. This all gets washed down with a simple ice tea that has some fresh peppermint just picked from the garden and life is good once again *NOTE* the title changed as my new name adopted by littlemafia's dear daughter wanted to have some of: "Auntie Andi Egg Salad" - so the whole name stuck.

    Recipe #303423

    I love cucumbers! And I love avocados! And I love salad dressings. A perfect cool combination that requires very little work. Great for dipping pita, cucumbers, spread on flatbread instead of mayo for something different. I love the use of green onions here.

    Recipe #300983

    "There it is!" said Bryan. Oh the excitement of seeing Spring come to the hills of this farm. Bore bees were busy digging holes inside of the greenhouse and buzzing around while Bryan was venturing into the Spring garden to scope out the new plants. We had been patiently waiting for the last several weeks to see these little peas show themselves and now the wait was over. For Bryan; who is a vegan, these snow peas represent a total package. At their easiest, a wash in the vegetable sink in pop directly in mouth. However; quite often after the day has set and night is upon us I quickly make up the dill dip and we just scoop up the dip and use the snow peas for a pleasurable crunch. We have been working on healthy versions and this is it! As always with my recipes, make them your very own, give them your own special memory, and look closely you will see that pea pod looking up at you too.

    Recipe #298978

    Trying to add different dishes and salads to the "Saturday Lunch at the Farm" crowd brought the dawn of new tastes and new ways of devouring lunch. This salad goes particularly well when "Tommy the Beefsteak Tomato" or "Penelope the Plum tomato" when in the summer you can actually smell the tomatoes maturing and growing big right before you eyes. The use of fresh mint really highlights this simple salad along with the use of fresh scallions, and cucumbers. Even during the cold winter, to bring this bright salad to the table can bring smiles and salad bowls handed down to add just a little more. This is a rustic salad that jumps up and grabs you to behold it. Hey, who said the "Farm" can't be healthful too. Don't hesitate to change the ingredients or using fresh green or red peppers instead of the chilies. Go ahead....it's ok! Enjoy mostly......and have fun *Note* my friend Maito tried this and her suggestions were so good I incorporated the into this recipe. I think it was perfect, thank you Maito!

    Recipe #291451

    On Christmas Day so very long ago, I watched quietly from the living room window for Santa to disappear in his sleigh as the morning dawned clear and brisk. I knew he had come, and even though my parents always laughed off the idea, I *KNEW* he existed. I could peek and see there are a large, brand new spanking "Easy Bake Oven" and I almost passed out from the excitement I could hardly conceal. I ran in my room, and promptly jumped up and down on my bed until the springs creaked with enough noise to wake all the sleeping cats in the house. "He had come! and.....Santa had brought a perfectly sized oven for just me." To be truthful, I shouldn't of even peeked, but I did. The first wonderful treat I made with my oven was the tiniest little cake. My mother and I had worked together to get the ingredients right, and I learned how to put this delightful frosting together, which; to this day I still prepare with the fresh oranges that come at Christmastime. I don't have the "Easy Bake Oven" but I do have the memories.

    Recipe #291219

    The anticipation was extreme, and I could hardly contain myself with excitement. On a Wednesday night mid February 1965, I was asked to come and help my mother; who at the time was the head of the church kitchen, manning the large plates of food rolled out to the monthly meeting of the "All Saints Men's Club". I was 9 years old, and to accompany my mother and be a helper at this important dinner was beyond part of my wildest dreams. These beautifully stuffed, double thick pork chops were so tender and juicy, coupled with the basic, but delicious aroma and spices of the stuffing; most of the "men" would ask to have two. My mother had planned for 50 men, so there were no coming back for seconds, but this recipe stayed at the pinnacle of the "Men's Club" menu for most of my adolescence, preparing this dish year after year. This is not a fancy dish; but it does fill up all empty spots in your stomach and is really perfect made for a few or a crowd. Very easy to put together and can be easily halved or doubled twice. When preparing this for my family now, we just split a chop and enjoy with a vegetable. Go ahead, stuff em' and eat them....and you don't even have to attend the "Men's Club".

    Recipe #291217

    When Friday morning rolls around we on the farm rejoice -- and although for us this isn't the end of the week, (our Saturdays are really busy) there is a certain celebratory aura that overtakes us. This egg sandwich was the brain child of Giada De Laurentiis but adapted for fast paced life here on the farm. I often make my own sauce from the summer tomatoes, but please use any sauce you have on hand. So with a full stomach Dennis heads out the door to face the day, when he gets home later on the day, we have a Saturday to go through. Awwww.....life is good.

    Recipe #284613

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