Crêpes with Mike

  Mike will be in our demo kitchen on Thursday, May 6 at 5pm on Facebook Live making crêpes, which are very thin French pancakes that can be either savory or sweet. Crêpes use some of the most basic ingredients you probably already have in your pantry and the...

Simple Ramen with Chris Toy

Chris Toy returns to our kitchen Thursday, April 22 at 5pm on Facebook Live to show us how to make a slurp-worthy dish from his latest cookbook, Ramen Made Simple which is a step-by-step guide to this noodle dish. We can’t wait to host him in our demo kitchen...

Traditional Maine Brown Bread

For more than twenty-five years, Borealis Breads has been a vibrant and lasting part of Maine’s dynamic food scene. Relying on locally sourced ingredients and grains grown and processed right here in Maine, Borealis owner Jim Amaral was a pioneer in the local food...

Honey Chamomile Bee Cakelets

We’re all abuzz with this week’s spring cooking demonstration. Laura Wilkinson will be baking Honey Chamomile Bee Cakelettes from Nordicware. It’s the perfect tea-time snack! Honey Chamomile Bee Cakelets Recipe from Nordicware Ingredients 3/4 cup...

Hot Chocolate Bombs

This is a cooking demo where we truly play with our food. Kaite Thayer of Thayer Treats was back in our demo kitchen to teach us how to create the internet sensation that is Hot Chocolate Bombs. Hot Chocolate Bombs are chocolate rounds filled with hot cocoa mix,...

Super Simple Fondue Party (& Raclette, too!)

Oh, fondue…. It evokes après ski parties in 1970’s decorated homes, complete with lava lamps and avocado or harvest yellow kitchen appliances. But wait! Fondue is hip again! And its creamy, cheesy deliciousness is a fantastic appetizer, or it can be the centerpiece of...

Croissants

  Croissants Adapted from Making Dough by Russell van Kraayenburg. Available for purchase at Now You’re Cooking.  Buttery. Flakey. Tastes like a mini trip to France. It’s an intimidating bake to attempt, but Louisa is up to the task! INGREDIENTS 1½ C...

Blood Orange Marmalade

“It’s like spreading a dollop of sunshine on the morning toast” — Jonathan Edgerton (Louisa’s older brother!) taught us how to make and can an orange marmalade to brighten up the palate and the winter season. Jonathan and his wife Stacy run The Gentleman Farmer...

Beignets

It’s Fat Tuesday and even though it’s snowing, sleeting, raining, and just generally yuck outside we’re not letting that stop us from laissez les bons temps rouler! Beignets From Chris Toy 1 Egg 3 C Self-rising flour 1 tsp Yeast 1/4 C Granulated...

Double Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

From American Profile This recipe served two purposes for us, first of all, to eat chocolate (a daily goal!) and secondly, to try our new vanilla from the Dolan Flavoring Company. We just started carrying the Mount Williams Vanilla as well as the Autumn Lane Pure...

Pomegranate Chicken

From Silk Road Recipes If you like pomegranate (and who doesn’t?) this is a fantastic one-pan recipe – simple to make, delicious to eat. The hardest-to-come-by ingredient is pomegranate molasses, but most natural food stores should have some, if your regular...

Hamantaschen

  Hamantaschen are a traditional cookie made for the Jewish holiday of Purim, which happens in late winter. This is a fun, celebratory holiday where people dress up and eat yummy cookies! (Watch the video to learn more about the history.) The dough is really...

Chocolate Stout Cake with Bath Brewing

Chocolate Stout Cake Featuring Bath Brewing Company Maritime Stout Join Louisa and Bath Brewing Company via Facebook Live on Thursday, February 25 at 5pm as we team up to create a delicious Chocolate Stout Cake using Bath Brewing Company’s Maritime Stout. We...

Chocolate Lava Cakes for your Sweet

  Chocolate Lava Cakes For Your Sweet Adapted from Sally’s Baking Addiction Ooey, gooey, melty Chocolate Lava Cakes eaten after a decadent homemade meal. That’s our idea of the perfect Valentine’s Day. And they’re so easy to make, too! ...

Chicken and Dumplings

  Chicken & Dumplings (With Vegetarian/Vegan Options!) First – don’t disregard this if you’re vegan or vegetarian – it’s super easy to adjust!  This creamy flavorful stew is so quick to throw together, and topped off with delicious drop dumplings,...

Silver Dollar Pancakes

A family breakfast favorite for this week’s cooking demo — Silver Dollar Pancakes! Mike will be using the Zwilling Silver Dollar Pancake Pan (reg. $29.99 on sale for $9.99 until 1/31/21) for this demo, but you can use a griddle or a frying pan, too. 1 C...

Blueberry Lemon Cornmeal Muffins with Avery

Blueberry Lemon Cornmeal Muffins Adapted from Once Upon A Chef by Jenn Segal Makes 12 muffins Ingredients: 3/4 c milk 1 T lemon juice 1 1/2 c flour 1/2 c cornmeal 3/4 c granulated sugar 2 T baking powder 1 t salt 2 eggs zest from 1 lemon 1 1/2 t vanilla 1 c fresh...

Shakshuka with Olive Rosemary Muffins

  Originally from North Africa, and now most widely thought of as Middle Eastern, Shakshuka is a lovely, healthy egg dish, great for a weekend breakfast, brunch, or even a weeknight dinner! It’s surprisingly quick and easy to throw together and should be a...

Aunt Dorothy’s Snowball Cookies

From The Eberle Family A favorite at Christmas time, pecan filled snowball cookies are scrumptious all year round! 2 C AP flour 2 C Finely chopped pecans 1/4 C Granulated sugar 1 C Unsalted butter, softened 1 teasp Vanilla Powdered sugar for rolling Heat oven to...