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The Thanksgiving Menu

Created by  Jan Buhrman and Meave McAuliffe Here we have created a Thanksgiving menu with all the recipes. We offer gluten free alternative and no white sugar. We substitute the sweetness with dates and honey and love! This is the menu for the Thanksgiving Cooking Class. One 12-16-pound turkey ~ cooks about 1.5 hours:...

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Black Bass made simple and easy

I am always asked for easy recipes and really, this is the way I cook most dinners. This week on Martha’s Vineyard the fish of choice is Black Sea Bass. I whipped this up from the basic staples I have on hand in the pantry. (Hint: always have ginger, tamari, onions and chili on...

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Keftes Garaz, Syrian Meatballs with Cherries and Tamarind

Keftes Garaz, Syrian Meatballs with Cherries and Tamarind

A gift from my dear friend Joan Nathan. I just love her to pieces and many of my classic dishes either have been inspired by her recipes or they were gathered in her presence! This is one of my favorite recipes from her new book, King Solomon’s Table. I cooked a load of recipes...

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Caponata Siciliana di Melanzane alla Giudia

Caponata Siciliana di Melanzane alla Giudia

I gathered with my dear friend Joan Nathan this week. We are each cooking a recipe from her new book, King Solomon’s Table.  I just love her caponata. It is a bit different than mine in that it has carrots and celery in it. I recently adapted my recipe to hers. So here I...

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Sunchoke Hash

Sunchoke Hash

Print Sunchoke Hash   This is WONDERFUL with poached farm eggs on top! Ingredients 3 pound sunchokes cut into 1/1/2 inch pieces 3 tbsp olive oil 1 pound kale chopped into small pieces 2 tablespoons minced garlic 2 whole leeks cut in half length wise and thinly sliced 1# shiitake mushrooms sliced thinly Instructions...

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Fermentable Fiber Salad

Fermentable Fiber Salad

Print Fermentable Fiber Salad Serves: 4 servings   AKA Romain Leaves with Sunchokes, Carrots, Beets, Sweet Potatoes, Leeks and Goat Cheese, Palle Cider Vinegar and Mustard Vinaigrette Ingredients SALAD 2 heads romaine lettuce 1 whole leek, sliced down the middle and sliced paper thin 4 tablespoons butter or olive oil 8 Jerusalem artichokes, thinly sliced...

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Kitchari

We have a new spice mix at the local West Farmer’s Market. It is a Kitchari (pronounced kich-ah-ree) Spice mix, which is an Indian Curry. Kitchari is a traditional Ayurvedic healing meal.  It is prepared with a cooked mixture of the spice mix, ghee (clarified butter),  yellow mung dal and basmati rice. You will...

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Support your Local Egg Farmer

Support your Local Egg Farmer

Here on Martha’s Vineyard, Kitchen Porch Catering is cooking up a bunch of egg recipes! We have a bunch of farmers who have tons of eggs this time of year. We are testing recipes with eggs and eating eggs for breakfast and lunch and omelettes for dinner!   Check out your local egg farmer...

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Persian Lamb Broth Soup

Persian Lamb Broth Soup

Serves 8 Find a wonderful lamb farmer; my favorites are Allen Farm or Mermaid Farm of Chilmark, MA and Jameson Farm in Pennsylvania. 10 lbs. of lamb bones is a good amount to make a bone broth. I like knuckles cut into small pieces because you will get more collagen and they are easier...

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Potassium and Heart Health

Potassium and Heart Health

John Bagnulo and are heading to Costa Rica this week. Our focus will be living the good life. You know all the things that make life good- well, make us feel good! Things like: walks in the woods (jungle), going barefoot, eating super fresh foods, swimming in the ocean, taking in the ocean breezes,...

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My Favorite Holiday Recipes

My Favorite Holiday Recipes

My favorite holiday recipes. I wish for you jolly times around the table with  your favorite recipes, good friends and those you love this holiday season. I share with you some of my favorite holiday recipes. Wassail I have created my own version of apple cider and eggnog. I had something like this in...

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Apple Squash Soup

Apple Squash Soup

Apple Squash Soup This is a perfect recipe. It freezes well and is just perfect as the days grow shorter and the fields slow in their growing season! The flavors sweeten and develop over the following days with this soup.  I often use chicken stock when I am at home, but in my kitchen,...

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