Articles with Tag matching “Bona Fide Farm”
Soup doesn't have to be fancy, or take all day -- just follow Tom's 6 Soup Rules.Read More »
How to make your own sausage with just a sharp knife, in step-by-step photos. (Then use it to season everything in sight, starting with polenta.)Read More »
Tom gives us the tools to never make (or eat) a lackluster potato again.Read More »
Tom goes gluten-free on a favorite old shortbread, with no regrets.Read More »
Tom's New Year's Resolution? Only add, don't take away.Read More »
This is the seventeenth installment of Sunday Dinners, a biweekly column from our own Tom Hirschfeld featuring his gorgeous photography, stunning Indiana farm, and mouthwatering family meals.
Today: Tom argues for soup's spot on the table and cooks up a Sunday dinner of Creamy Sorrel Soup, Sunday Roast Chicken, and Black Seeded Simpson with American Farmhouse Vinaigrette.
Today: Tom muses on the raw materials of the kitchen and why he cooks over a plate of Ham-Cured Goose Legs with Butter-Poached Peas and Carrots.
Just the other day, my dad was leaning against the fence watching the chickens do what chickens do while I knelt nearby, weeding some rogue arugula out from around the grapes. All the while, we engaged in a round of small talk.
Soon enough, the conversation turned to the chickens.Read More »