School Snack Recipes with Avery

  Homemade Cheese-Its Adapted from Good Food Stories by Casey Barger Ingredients 1 8-ounce block extra sharp cheddar cheese, coarsely shredded 4 tablespoons (2 ounces) cubed unsalted butter, at room temperature 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 cup (120 grams; 4 1/4...

Pressure Cooker Boiled Dinner

  This week’s virtual cooking demo falls on St. Patrick’s Day so we’re embracing the holiday and making a good ol’ fashioned Boiled Dinner. Mike already has his pot o’ gold and it’s a pressure cooker! He’ll be using the...

March 2022 Wine Recommendations

As the saying for March goes…in like a lion, out like a lamb We have some wines recommendations here that will take the chill off of an icier March evening and also some wines that are light, crisp, and perfect for drinking on those first warm days of spring...

Cheesecake in the Zavor Multi-Cooker

Cheesecake in the Zavor Multi-Cooker with Mike Fear There are so many things you can make in a multicooker. For many people, the first thing that comes to mind are savory entrées and there are so many to choose from; risotto under the pressure cooker setting to...

Fried Oyster Po’ Boys

Fried Oyster Po’ Boys Maine is a great place to find fresh, delicious oysters. Many people like them raw, on the halfshell with hot sauce or a tangy mignonette. However, oysters can also be broiled, grilled or fried – think of Oysters Rockefeller and Oysters...

Portuguese Kale Soup & Corn Bread

Portuguese Kale Soup from The Victory Garden Cookbook by Marian Morash The Victory Garden was a PBS program that ran from 1975 to 2015. It was a go-to for many young housewives in the 70’s and 80’s who were looking for help with gardening and cooking their bounty. ...

Soba Noodles with Peanut Sauce

This is a dish that can be served with warm noodles, but is also great as a cold lunch the next day. Stephanie included her favorite vegetables here, but you can use any crunchy veggies you have in your fridge for this recipe! Ingredients Soba Noodles 1 Diakon Radish...

Tortilla de Patatas (Spanish Potato Omelet)

Tortilla de Patatas (Spanish Potato Omelet) A quintessential Spanish dish, the Tortilla Espanola or Tortilla de Patatas can be eaten at any meal – breakfast, lunch or dinner. When I was a student in Barcelona, we would have sandwiches with Pan con Tomate (fresh...

Bombay Mahal & Rupee Beer Channa Masala

Bombay Mahal & Rupee Beer Channa Masala Ingredient List (Serves Two) We were so excited to learn that brothers Van & Sumit, sons of the owners of Bombay Mahal in Brunswick have developed a beer to eat with their family’s delicious food! Lack of...

Cream Horns

Cream Horns (this recipe is from our customer Donna Matthews) Whoa, talk about decadent! These homemade cream horns are to die for – and really easy to make. The only problem is, they don’t refrigerate well, so you’re just going to have to eat the whole lot… Or...

Swedish Cream with Mae’s Cafe & Bakery

This is a recipe that dates back to the days of Kristina’s Bakery and is both light and deliciously decadent at the same time. It is also known as Swedish krem and has a hint of almond. The raspberry coulis makes it the perfect festive ending to your valentine...

Croque Madame Bites

Adapted From This Recipe by Williams Sonoma Many people know about Croque Monsieurs, which is a delicious French cheese sandwich made with gruyere, parmesan, ham and a simple béchamel sauce, toasted in the oven. Croque Madames are the same recipe, but with a fried or...

Minestrone Soup & Whole Wheat Rolls

Winter is (obviously!) a great time of year for hearty, warming soups. This Italian classic can be made with fresh vegetables from your garden in the summer, or with fresh or frozen vegetables any time of year. Add potatoes or elbow pasta, and if you want protein...

Crème Brûlée Recipe

  An easy, presentation-worthy dessert to be served to ring in the new year! Crème Brûlée By Stephanie Danahy 3 cups heavy cream 1 vanilla bean, split the long way and scrape out seeds.  Keep both pod and seeds!! 6 egg yolks pinch of salt 3/4 cup granulated sugar...

Building a Gingerbread House

    One of our favorite holiday activities! Constructing a gingerbread house even the most famous of architects would envy. Louisa will be demonstrating a simple gingerbread recipe that makes a great base for you to build the structure of your dreams during...

Holiday Egg Nog

Holiday Egg Nog Deck the halls! And while you’re decking, make yourself some sweet and festive homemade Egg Nog – without all those pesky preservatives you get in store-bought. It’s a really easy recipe, which you should make ahead and chill – then drink...

Easy Sugar Cookies

The Bath Elementary PTA has put together FREE cookie-making and decorating kits with Now You’re Cooking cookies cutters for this event. Stop in and pick up yours anytime after Monday, December 6! Available while supplies last. And don’t miss the live...

Really Delicious Chocolate Cake

  Really Delicious Chocolate Cherry Cake Super moist, and pretty light – very chocolatey! Preheat oven to 350F Butter and flour 2 x 9” round cake pans.   Cake Ingredients 2 C All Purpose Flour 2 C Sugar ¾ C Cocoa Powder (I like extra dark) 2 teasp...

Beef Stew with Stout

Adapted from the section, ‘Big Pots’ in Sam Sifton’s, See You on Sunday cookbook (pg. 119).  Feeds a crowd and also freezes well!   4 Tbsp Butter, unsalted 2 Red Onions, diced 4 Garlic cloves, minced 2 Carrots, peeled and chopped 2 Celery Stalks, trimmed and...