Amanda Smallwood, a second-grade teacher, created a successful granola business as an extension to her successful blog Maple & Thyme, to feed her desire to create along with her love of the culinary arts.
This week we are giving away two tickets to a Cranberry Harvest Tour. You have to be available to go this Saturday 10/28 at 10 am! Tour leaves from Carver. More tour details here. Winner will be choosen on Thursday 10/26. Click below to enter.
Roasted Apple and Squash Soup with Spiced Squash Seeds - Edible Marin & Wine Country
The Red Kuri is my favorite squash variety. Sadly, it's often passed by in favor of the easier-to-peel Butternut or the sensationally sweet Delicata. The Red Kuri has a flavor that is nutty and sweet, reminiscent of roasted chestnuts.
Kingston micro-homesteader Laurie Sybertz adapts this recipe to suit her guests and larder. She might skip the bacon and use a lump of butter or dollop of oil for vegetarians, eliminate the milk and double-down on the corn broth for vegans, add a chopped hot red pepper or two at the sauté stage for spice [...]