Beet kvass emerges jubilantly from its container.
Potluck at Frinklepod Farm in Arundel, ME
Hex Ferments caught a photo of the man wearing our tee on Instagram! That’s some serious fermento cred if you ask me!
Fermenting through the late night with Hex Ferments. Photo courtesy of Meaghan Carpenter
Fermenting with youth in Wilmington, North Carolina
Red Cabbage Bacon Maple Pie made by Tara for our potluck in Nashville, TN. Nicole Mattingly of Double N Urban Farm cuts the first slice - can you guess the letters tattooed on her left hand?
Bacon Cabbage Maple Pie Pie Dough (http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2008/11/pie-crust-102-all-butter-really-flaky-pie-dough/) 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour 1 teaspoon table salt 2 sticks unsalted butter, very cold(ingredients for two layer pie)This was actually my first time making pie dough, so I followed the recipe closely. She includes sugar. I excluded it because I’m not much into the processed stuff. Besides - it’s savory pie!Bacon Cabbage Maple Filling1 head red cabbage2 lbs bacon bits (the bacon cut offs - you can usually find them at a local butcher for cheap)2/3 c apple cider vinegar1/3 cup maple syrup1) Chop up the red cabbage - just the way you like it. 2) Cut the bacon bits into cubes and cook until firm and lovely, transfer them to paper and let the grease drain from your bits.3) Sautee chopped cabbage in the bacon grease (yumz). Get it nice ‘n’ sauteed until it needs more juices to cook without burning. I add the apple cider vinegar a 1/3 c at a time, as the cabbage absorbs it. Cover after adding the last bit of vinegar and cook for 10-15 minutes. 4) Pre-heat oven to 350.4) While cabbage is cooking, roll out your pie dough. You should have 2 circles about 12” diameter. Line your pie dish with one. 5) After 10-15 minutes, throw the bacon in with your cabbage and give the ingredients a good mix. 5 minutes. 6) Add maple syrup, turn up heat, and mix the ingredients thoroughly and quickly - 1 to 2 minutes. 7) Transfer your concoction to the pie dough. 8) Take pie dough layer 2 and seal your pie, put in the oven and cook for one hour or until the dough is cooked through.
Miso sauce recipe
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