Apples at Juniper Hills Farm

Main Courses

Pork Shoulder
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  This is the perfect winter supper for company, Tuesday nights and leftovers! The prep is quick and easy, the cook is long and slow but for the most part, hands off. Adapted by Food52 from the blog- Dinner: A Love Story by Jenny and Andy…http://www.dinneralovestory.com In addition to being a great dish to make […]

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Pasta
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  I love a good Bolognese–sometimes called "Ragu". It doesn't really need to cook for hours and hours to be rich and flavorful. The prep is about 20 minutes, cooking time is 30 minutes once you have everything in the pan. I call this "Rustic" because I coarsely chop everything instead of mincing finely. If […]

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Racks of Ribs
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  This is a great master recipe for baby back ribs. Sauce and Spice Rub recipes are included. Add any sauce you like, but do try this Root Beer version, or sub in Dr. Pepper or Coke! I love this "Cowgirl" Spice Rub but use what you like.

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11 Jan
Shrimp Cakes
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  I'm not much of a crab person, but I love these little shrimp cakes. I usually mix up the "crumb" part with some panko, pretzels, crackers or any bits of cereal I have left over to make up the bind and the crust. I have made these with GF crackers quite successfully too. They […]

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15 Oct
Pot Pies
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Not a holiday goes by that my sister doesn’t say, “you are making pot pies, aren’t you?” I’ve posted about Pot Pies before, but as we enter Thanksgiving and Holiday time warp, it bears repeating. This is comfort food at its finest. I find it relaxing to make pastry crust from scratch–don’t hate me–but don’t […]

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Squashes
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  This is another fall favorite of mine. I love the combination of butternut squash, golden caramelized onions, melty cheese, musky sage and flaky pastry. This recipe lends itself to multiple change ups. Most any hearty vegetable can sub in for the squash; use your favorite cheese and change up the herbs as you like. […]

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Vegetable Saute
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  Delicious as a main course dish or as a side for your favorite vegetarian. Add extra stock for added brothy-ness!

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beef
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When you want something fancy, delicious and impressive.  Try this for company.  It’s fun to light food on fire, for real!   Steak au Poivre with Cognac Sauce  4 tenderloin steaks, 6 to 8 ounces each and no more than 1 1/2 inches thick Kosher salt 2 tablespoons whole peppercorns 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 1 […]

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14 Oct
Chicken with Onions
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This is a slight adaptation of a Ina Garten recipe. Easy but feels somewhat fancy. Chicken is crispy, sauce is decadent!

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White Lasagna
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White Lasagna with Custom Toppings serves 12-16 10-12 lasagna noodles olive oil 1 stick butter (8 tablespoons) 1 small onion, finely chopped 2 rosemary sprigs 2 thyme sprigs 3 garlic cloves, crushed salt 1 cup all-purpose flour 4 cups milk white pepper 1-15 ounce container ricotta cheese 2 cups Fontina cheese, shredded (8 ounces, or […]

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Roasted Chicken
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Chicken Wings with Salsa Verde Italiano 5 pounds chicken wings, cut in half at the joint 2 tablespoons kosher salt 3 Tablespoons Mediterranean Spice Mix 1/2 cup Salsa Verde Italiano Kosher salt Place chicken wings in a large container and cover with water.  Add salt and stir.  Refrigerate for at least 2 hours and up […]

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T bones
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Salsa Verde Steaks 
Serves about 6 3 large garlic cloves, minced into a paste Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 T-bone steaks (each about 1 1/2 pounds, and 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 inches thick) Salsa Verde Italiano Rub garlic, salt and pepper all over the steaks, massaging in well. Allow steaks to […]

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