When it comes time to get our Thanksgiving turkey, one of our favorite local sources is Whiffletree Farm. This Thanksgiving, we wanted to feature an #8isEnoughQuestions interview with a key person in the Farm to Family Food Chain – a farmer, like so many others, who work hard everyday so that we can enjoy our Thanksgiving turkey.
We are excited to launch a new #8isEnoughQuestions interview feature with key people in the Farm to Family Food Chain such as farmers, chefs, retailers, and more. Renowned restaurateur and TV star Chef Marc Murphy is as our first interview in this series.
What is Farm to Family Food? Eat better, together. The idea is straightforward, make what you eat, know where it came from, and involve the whole family. Farm to Family Food doesn’t have to be exclusive, “artisinal”, or perfect. Here are five tips for bringing Farm to Family home this Thanksgiving and all year long!
There are few things both parents and children can enjoy more than CHOCOLATE! These are our Top 10 Chocolate Destinations from more than 20,000 miles of roadtrips around the U.S. and Canada over the last few years.
We love potatoes. Baked, mashed, fried, roasted, scalloped, boiled, you name it. This recipe is one of our favorite ways to prepare potatoes. We combine the freshness of green onions and Herbes de Provence with the comfort of cheese and the heartiness of potatoes to create a delicious side dish for any meal.
Our favorite way to prepare delicata squash is to enhance the natural sweetness of delicata squash with brown sugar and apple, balance with spiciness from chili and chipotle, and roast until the squash is soft and starts to caramelize.
We love bread and this recipe for Sally Lunn bread is our favorite! This simple recipe makes four incredible, either Traditional or Twisted Cinnamon, Sally Lunn loaves per batch.