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During the long New England winter, we need comfort on our dinner plates even more than usual.  When snow is piling up outside and the temperatures are bitterly cold, we turn to our favorite rustic recipes to warm us up from the inside out.  If that recipe involves braising somethingRead More →

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Each holiday season, we turn to our favorite family recipes.  It simply wouldn’t feel like the holidays without them.  From the sweet chocolate crinkle cookies that remind me of my childhood to the savory tomato and onion jams that we will enjoy with our appetizers on Christmas Eve and NewRead More →

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  Just in time for Mother’s Day, I have gathered together a collection of our favorite recipes to make for breakfast and brunch.  These recipes have been made time and time again in our Farmhouse Kitchen here at 1840 Farm. Now you can make them for your friends and family. Read More →

Curried Cauliflower at 1840 Farm

I’m having a bit of a love affair with curries right now.  I just can’t seem to get enough of the earthy, spicy flavor of curry this winter.  Luckily, my family loves curry as much as I do, so curries seem to be finding their way on to our dinnerRead More →

Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Hash in a Cast Iron Skillet at 1840 Farm

In my opinion, Thanksgiving leftovers don’t get the respect they deserve.  A feast on Thursday can produce enough leftovers for an entire weekend of delicious meals and sandwiches.  Any leftover turkey can be transformed into something completely new and delicious with very little effort. I originally started making a CastRead More →

Fall at 1840 Farm

For me, Thanksgiving is a holiday marked by time spent with family gathered around the table and the delicious tastes of our favorite holiday dishes. I have fond childhood memories of Thanksgiving meals prepared by my paternal grandmother and a team of aunts and uncles. The food was delicious andRead More →

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The last week has marked the start of heirloom tomato season which is news worth celebrating!  We’ve also been busy baking and cooking in the farmhouse kitchen.  Here’s a glimpse at what’s been going on here at 1840 Farm during the last week.Read More →

Strawberry and Rhubarb at 1840 Farm

We have been enjoying this cake all spring as our rhubarb is harvested fresh from the garden.  You’ll find the recipe for the crumble below so that you can bake it for your friends and family. The other two recipes in my article are equally delicious.  I was inspired toRead More →

Caramelized Onion Jam at 1840 Farm

When life hands you lemons you can choose to make lemonade.  But what do you do when life cruelly hands you a corked bottle of wine?  Well, I mean what do you do after lamenting the fact that the nectar of the gods has been replaced by a liquid withRead More →

Magic Shell Ice Cream Topping at 1840 Farm

There’s something magic about pouring Magic Shell on top of a scoop of ice cream.  It comes out of the bottle as a shiny liquid, hits the cold surface of the ice cream and transforms into a matte, solid topping right before your eyes.    I loved it when I wasRead More →

Rhubarb Raspberry Upside Down Cake at 1840 Farm

Last night, when I announced to my family that I was in our farmhouse kitchen preparing a cake, they were thrilled.  When asked what type of cake I was making, I replied that I was using the rhubarb that we had harvested from the garden earlier in the day. AtRead More →