This is one of our favorite recipes, going back years. This time we made it with as many local ingredients as we could get.
Admittedly, it can be a bit of a bear. Luckily, it yields a LOT and it freezes well, which makes for both left-overs during the week and frozen dinners for the future. It’s not nearly so bad if you sequence the steps correctly, but when we get it wrong . . . → Read More: How to Make Turkey Meatball Stew
Local pinto beans from Cayuga Pure Organics
On Saturday night we threw a party for some friends and needed to find a solid anchor for the menu, something that would stand up to the punch (and help our friends stand up to the punch). With the lousy weather we wanted something warm and inviting that is filling and can be prepared well in advance. Enter cassoulet!
Cassoulet is a slow-cooked meat and bean stew. . . . → Read More: How to Make Cassoulet in a Slow Cooker