Posts tagged spring
Morels, Stracciatella & Toast

After a long winter's nap, these meaty morsels are a treat worth hunting for (literally). If pulling on L.L. Bean boots and trekking over to the nearest woodland area or old apple orchard to forage seems ambitious, be ready to shell out some serious cash for the filet mignon of the mushroom world. The morel earns its reputation as a polite, tasteful, and wholly worthy of its price dinner guest that will absolutely be invited back.

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Baby Arugula, Parmesan & Cranberry Salad

Simple yet elegant, spicy and sweet, harvested young arugula with petite tender leaves is more mild tasting than its full grown peppery self.  Baby arugula is delicate without being boring. . This is most satisfying when greens are picked locally and seasonally, backyard best, and farm (or garden) to fork is taken to heart.

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