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Harvest Kitchen

Simply in Season

This is a go-to cookbook for inspiration after returning home from the farmer’s market with a big bag full of seasonal fresh vegetables. By Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen Hockmanwert, this book also explores how the food we buy and eat affects our local and global neighbors.

Menu to include Spring Celebration Soup; Sausage-Asparagus Skillet; Spring Spinach Salad with Strawberry Dressing; Company (Carrots) Muffins; Roasted Rhubarb with Yogurt Cream


French Market Cookbook

Clotilde Dusoulier is a unique and original cook. Well-known for her beloved blog, this cookbook features seasonal foods with a French twist and highlights the role of vegetables to achieve bright flavors.

Menu to include Carrot and Almond Soup; Asparagus Buckwheat Tart; Very Green Salad; Radish Top Pasta; Lemon Corn Cookies with Poached Rhubarb and Orange Sauce


Seafood Secrets

Take advantage of Connecticut’s seafood bounty and gather a multitude of recipes from the Mystic Seaport association’s cookbook. Our class will emphasize a variety of ways to prepare seafood quickly and easily.

Menu to include Scallop and Corn Chowder; Spiced Dilly Crackers; Baked Fish Cider Mill Style; Canary Rice; Waldorf Coleslaw; Mud Cake


Prep-Ahead Meals from Scratch

Based on a concept of home batch cooking, Alea Milham’s cookbook shows us how to use simple prep-ahead techniques to streamline weeknight family meal preparation. Also emphasized are affordability, nutrition, and avoidance of food waste.

Menu to include Asian Chicken and Rice Soup; Pork and Veggie Frittata; Garlic-Ginger Green beans; Lettuce Wraps with Fried Rice; Poached Fruit


A Trip to the Beach Cookbook

Written by Bob and Melinda Blanchard, who run an acclaimed restaurant on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, the cookbook features island-inspired recipes for family and friends get-togethers. Many recipes are also drawn from their Vermont heritage and all the dishes are easy and appealing.

Menu to include Mussels; Black Bean Salad with Couscous, Peppers and Peas; Curried Rice with Vegetables; Gingerbread with Warm Cinnamon Banana Sauce


Smitten Kitchen Every Day

Deb Perelman is a famous food blogger and in this second cookbook has developed recipes that are fun to cook for real people with busy lives, but who want real food. The book is as fun to read as it is gorgeous to look at with photos of all the recipes.

Menu to include Leek, Feta, Greens Spiral Pie; Mujadara-Stuffed Cabbage; Fennel, Pear, Celery & Hazelnut Salad; Apple Bake with Double Ginger Crumble


Maple Syrup Cookbook

Taste how New England’s unique sugar accentuates our own regional foods with recipes written by Ken Haedrich. We will discover the intriguing note of a complex sweetness paired with savory dishes – from salads to mains.

Menu to include Sweet Potato and Bacon Bisque; Chicken with Red Wine-Blueberry Glaze; Maple Roasted Root Veggies; Sweet Corn and Butternut Squash Succotash; Buttermilk-Maple Spice Cake


Adventures in Comfort Food

Come and try some one-of-a-kind recipes packed with unique flavors. Recipes for this class come from a cookbook written by Kerry Altiero, chef & author, who runs Café Miranda in Rockport, Maine, and is recognized for his wild and delicious spins on favorite comfort foods. 

Menu to include Lentil Soup; Meatballs; Roasted Kale; Squash Risotto; Blueberry-Apple Crisp with Maple Cream Sauce



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Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912