Tag Archive

Activism Autumn butter carrots celery cilantro cinnamon coconut oil community inspirations cumin eco-environment eggs extra virgin olive oil farms Food Industry Food Rights food story garlic ginger Healthy Lifestyles honey kitchenporch lemon lemon juice Local Living marthasvineyard olive oil onion onions organic parsley Passover red onion salad salt sea salt soup stock sugar Thanksgiving thyme tomatoes turmeric vegan vegetarian

Winter Salad

By Jan Buhrman

This recipe makes enough for 10, but if you use smaller vegetables and a smaller apple, it will make a smaller amount. It can easily keep for leftovers but add the apple separately as it will turn brown. 1 butternut squash 1 cauliflower 1 apple 12 green olives 1 small red onion 1 lemon...

Roasted Vineyard Vegetables Nested On Berber Grains

By Jan Buhrman

Corn Bisque is a wonderful side dish to with this grain and vegetable meal. At The  Kitchen Porch, we often serve a duo plate for the Vegetarians of these two dishes. ½ cup of olive oil or butter 1 cup of basmati rice 2 cup of mixed  ancient grains such as amaranth, millet, red rice...

Two Homemade Mayos

By Jan Buhrman

You can use either of these versions in any recipe requiring mayonnaise.  We used Version #2 made with avocados in our Yucca Salad on our 2015 Costa Rica Retreat.  Delicious – and so healthy! Homemade Mayo Version #1 “Raw” Eggless Mayo 1 cup water 2 cups macadamia nuts, soaked overnight and drained 5 teaspoons...

Cabbage, Carrot, Radicchio Salad with Pomegranate & Curried Nuts

By Jan Buhrman

This is a perfect winter dish!  This recipe was a part of our Curried Winter Night menu. Please check out the entire menu and the story behind its creation – it includes a handy shopping list! Serves 5-6 3 medium carrots, shaved or shredded 1 medium fennel, trimmed and shredded 3mm thick 5 tbsp...

Stuffed Cabbage

By Jan Buhrman

This is one of Julia Child’s recipes. When I was in graduate school, I lived right across the street from Julia on Irving Street in Cambridge. She invited me a few times to her home and I would see her daily on the street walking with her husband Paul. I used to pore over...

Pear, Pomegranate and Pecan Salad

By Jan Buhrman

Serves 8 1 pomegranate 4 pears 3 ribs celery 1 grapefruit 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil or nut oil 1 lemon 6 cups mixed baby salad greens 1 cup pecan or almonds sliced and toasted sea salt and freshly ground black pepper To remove the pomegranate kernels, cut the fruit in half and place...

Porchetta Recipe

By Jan Buhrman

Porchetta is one of the favorites at Kitchen Porch. Crispy, crackling pork skin; fatty, melt-in-your mouth pork belly; are rolled together with layers of lard and herbs. I first discovered it in Italy in 2008 and became obsessed with learning how to make this amazing feast. When made according to tradition, porchetta is a...

Carrot, Fennel and Beet Salad

By Jan Buhrman

3 carrots grated 4 baby fennel sliced very thin 1 summer onion sliced very thin 2 beets pea shoots olive oil sea salt pepper Preheat an oven to 350 and place the beets on a roasting pan. Cover lightly with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.  Roast in oven for 45 minutes....

Lamb, Eggplant and Spinach Curry

By Jan Buhrman

Adapted from “From Curries to Kebabs”, by Madhur Jaffrey All spice blends are available through Kitchen Porch!  More eggplant can be added to this dish which will stretch out the quantity and eliminate the need for adding water towards end of cooking.   This recipe yields a mild-medium spicy Indian dish.  For a spicier version,...

Curried Sweet Potatoes, Mustard Greens & Garbanzo Beans

By Jan Buhrman

I have had several requests for vegetarian dishes for Thanksgiving.  Seriously, skip the turkey and go straight for the side dishes!  Who could go hungry?  I did get a request for vegetarian gravy.  I needed to think about this possibility: deglazing a pan of roasted vegetables with a rich vegetable stock, and of course...

Stuffed Acorn Squash with Quinoa and Vegetables

By Jan Buhrman

Squash can be sexy! “Squash is a great member of the curcubitae family and all, especially the seeds, contain high levels of citrulline. This helps our body utilize arginine more effectively for improved blood flow and better circulation. It is often called the poor wo/man’s Viagra. When I recommend it for those I work...

Ginger Vegetable Soup

By Jan Buhrman

2 quarts stock 2 cups cauliflower 2 cups chopped broccoli 2 cups chopped green cabbage 2 cups sliced celery 2 cups chopped sweet onion 2 cups chopped sweet pepper 6 tablespoons olive oil 4 tablespoon minced garlic (4 to 5 large garlic cloves) 3 tablespoon peeled and minced fresh ginger root (1 walnut-sized piece)...

Kitchen Porch Catering | Martha's Vineyard | 508-645-5000