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Bruce uses his homemade apple butter as a thickening agent in this crunchy, sweet-sour dish, which...
Unpeeled red radishes are cooked and then puréed to create a surprisingly mellow soup with a...
This recipe makes ample filling for a 10-inch pie, with extra to spare. if you prefer a less lemony...
Lightly cooked slices of rhubarb are spooned atop spinach leaves and veiled with a warm sweet-and-...
Chinese five-spice powder lends a seductive flavor to this rhubarb and orange relish. Serve warm or...
A great summer dessert–hot or cold. Wonderful crust for rhubarb. Birch Hill Inn, Manchester, ...
This refreshing punch is cheering and unexpected, and gets such a pretty pink hue from the...
A light corn bread to serve with soups and stews, or as the under “biscuit” for creamed entr&...
A classic Italian combination of spring peas and rice, Risi e Bisi is a blend of simple, fresh...
Risotto is a slow-cooked dish made with starchy, short-grain rice. It’s a perfect example of what...
Sonya's sister, Rita Speranza, is a chef at Wild Oats Natural Marketplace in West Hartford,...
A moist and juicy pork roast complemented by a thick, dark-red, sweet-yet-tangy sauce. Let the meat...
If you prefer to cook your stuffing separately, butter a casserole pan and fill it with stuffing....
You can brine a 14-pound turkey overnight in the refrigerator in a large lobster pot. Or, if you’...
This recipe, by Lauren Rooney, won honorable mention in The 2009 Old Farmer’s Almanac Recipe ...
Enjoy this free sample recipe from Cooking Fresh from The Old Farmer's Almanac!
Chunks of rutabaga and apple are simmered together in a spicy broth. Serve as an accompaniment to...
Sweetened with honey, this light, delicate purée is a perfect partner for roast turkey.
Maple syrup lends a distinctive flavor to this rich creamy soup. Serve hot as a prelude to a winter...
The cook, Ruth, no longer processes her jars in a hot-water bath, but instead runs them through the...
Make a batch of this whenever you have the remains of a whole salmon to play with. Then throw a...
Anthony “Minit” Militello’s mother brought this recipe to the United States with her when she...
Serve for lunch with rye bread and a dark beer – ideal after a morning of cross-country skiing,...
This flavorful, hearty bread makes a fine accompaniment to soups and salads. It’s great for picnics...
Tender breasts of chicken in a creamy sauce spiked with applejack brandy. –Woodstock Inn,...
Yellow wax beans are sautéed until crisp-tender and tossed with butter-toasted pecans.
Don’t skimp on the garlic for it’s important to the balance of flavors and is not at all...
Be careful that you don’t overcook the scallops or allow the vegetables to lose color as the visual...
Tender pork scallops with an herb coating, browned in butter and olive oil. An example of the...
A simple, succulent, special-occasion dish.
“When we had a German restaurant we wanted something different in the pork line so we experimented...
So good it’s gotta be sinful! –The Scottish Lion, North Conway, New Hampshire
Because of the cost of shrimp and fresh lobster meat, Dorothy suggests using canned lobster meat...
A nice change of pace for a buffet dinner or a special luncheon. Cut up cooked chicken may be...
Another addictive cookie that few of us need but all of us love. This dough handles beautifully and...
Make this delicious trifle as is, or substitute chocolate pudding for the vanilla custard,...
A lovely, light pie reminiscent, in one tasters opinion, of Bailey’s Irish Cream. Any extra filling...
Vermont’s Shelburne Farms is an education center for people interested in agriculture and...
This won first prize in The 2009 Old Farmer’s Almanac Recipe Contest! That year, contestants had to...
Festive, exotic, and aromatic. The delicate sauce is flavorful but does overpower the shrimp. This...
From the Admiral Peary House, Fryeburg, ME.
Many of Sarah’s foreign recipes were as complicated as something out of Mastering the Art of French...
Adapted from Chef Matt Jennings, Farmstead, Providence, RI.; farmsteadinc.com
Fresh vegetables cooked tender-crisp, topped with sauteed filet of sole, and garnished with herbs...
This literally means “soup of rice”; however, in this soup the liquid is totally absorbed by the...
This dish also takes well to the addition of fresh crabmeat, lobster, or shrimp.
“These are light and fluffy pancakes. Our guests love them smothered in local Barre pure maple...
Creamy Light candy that makes a tasty gift.
Here’s a meatless burger that even meat eaters will love. Find more of the recipes you love in The...
Here’s a meatless burger that even meat eaters will love. This recipe is courtesy of The Old Farmer...
For many families, it wouldn't be Thanksgiving without a green-bean casserole flavored with cream...

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