Ripe Strawberry at 1840 Farm

The flavor of a ripe strawberry. is always welcome at our farmhouse table.  During strawberry season, we enjoy our strawberries eaten freshly picked from the berry patch, added to a few of our favorite baking recipes, and preserve many more as jam to last us through the long New EnglandRead More →

Strawberry Jam at 1840 Farm

 Strawberry Jam with Natural Pectin yields approximately 4 half pints Most strawberry jam recipes call for adding pectin in order to properly gel the jam. Strawberries have very little pectin, so a source of pectin must be added. I prefer to use the natural pectin in an apple rather thanRead More →

Strawberry Puff Pancake at 1840 Farm

I have many fond memories of this dish from my childhood.  My mother made this recipe for countless holiday morning breakfasts.  It was always topped with fresh strawberries, sour cream, and a sprinkling of brown sugar.  It was always called Strawberry Puff Pancake. The name made sense given that theRead More →

Chcolate Cupcake with Strawberry Buttercream at 1840 Farm

There’s something about the flavor combination of chocolate and strawberry that seems perfect for Valentine’s Day, or any day for that matter,   We do our best to eat seasonally here at 1840 Farm.  Eating seasonally during February in New England dictates that fresh strawberries are not on our dessert plates.Read More →