Fruit

Figgy Pudding

This is especially nice rewarmed as a coffee cake to serve for breakfast. Warm figgy bundt cake made with puréed roasted figs that I froze back in July, studded with pistachios, glazed with honey and melted butter, and topped with a diced brown turkey fig […]

Pantry Raid

All summer long I felt like I was hardly getting any canning done, but now, looking at my shelves, my heart is as full as my pantry. #canning #putuporshutup #growyourown #preservation #pantry A post shared by Heather Arndt Anderson (@heatherarndtanderson) on Oct 3, 2017 at […]

Guinea Hen with Blackberry Mole

Mole is one of those things. It takes time and a million ingredients (or twenty, in this case), but it’s not actually that hard to make. You just have to commit to it. Ingredient list after the jump. Smoked Grimaud Farms guinea fowl in homegrown […]

Peanut Butter and Blackberry Jam Rice Krispie Treats

Peanut butter-jam Rice Krispie treats with homemade/homegrown blackberry jam. #makestuff #treats #peanutbutterjellytime 🥜🍓 🥜 🍓 🥜 🍓 🥜#peanutbutter #jam #berries #glutenfree #foodgawker #foodstagram #instafood #instayum #huffposttaste #sweets #forkyeah A post shared by Heather Arndt Anderson (@heatherarndtanderson) on Aug 17, 2017 at 10:08am PDT

Staycation

I was craving a teriyaki Trader Vic's-style thing so I grilled up a Nicky Farms wild boar patty, yakionigiri (grilled rice balls), fresh pineapple and bell peppers. The wild boar is really nice — it's leaner and more flavorful than farm pork. It goes well […]

Greengage

Greengages are an old plum that came to England from France, where they were called Reine Claude. In Germany, where they are much relished, they’re called Reneklode. “[W]hen quality alone is considered,” wrote nineteenth-century horticulturist Charles Mason Hovey, “the Green Gage must carry off the […]

Tea Loaf of the Week

Tea loaf of the week! Lemon-poppyseed buttermilk cake with lemon peel that I candied for holiday baking. I’ll serve it with rhubarb-carrot marmalade at my writers’ group this evening. #ambaking #whenlifegivesyoulemons #cake A post shared by Heather Arndt Anderson (@heatherarndtanderson) on May 25, 2017 at […]

Chocolate Chip-Marmalade Bread

Baked a loaf of my favorite chocolate chip-marmalade bread for this rainy spring day. Chocolate and oranges forever. #ambaking #brownisbeautiful #selfcare #rainydaydreamaway . . . . . . #teacake #quickbread #marmalade #chocolatechips #notglutenfree #therapy #foodnetwork #foodandwine #huffposttaste #bareaders #f52grams #food52 #instafood #instagood #thekitchn A post […]

Pass the Macrame

No one’s been eating the case of oatmeal that I bought from @bobsredmill and there’s a backlog of yogurt in the fridge, so I did the logical thing that any child of the 1970s would do: I made granola. This is thick oats toasted for […]

Toddy Marmalade

I haven’t tried this recipe, but boiling the rinds in a few changes of water reduced the pectin along with the bitterness, which is why Mr. Bradley recommends adding the high-pectin pulp of Golden Pippins (apples) back in. By the time this recipe was published […]